Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary awards scholarships

Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary awards scholarships

ROSALYN GRAHAM Correspondent At a June 5 meeting, members of Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary met and applauded the four area students whose academic excellence and record of community good works earned them scholarships that will help them pursue the next stage in their education. Emma Bissonette of Hinesburg will be attending the University of Rhode… Read More »

Shelburne Police Log

96 directed patrols 51 traffic violations 44 miscellaneous complaints 26 medical calls with transport 10 medical calls no transport 9 burglar alarms 7 false fire alarms 6 agency assists 6 suspicious persons 4 minor motor vehicle crashes 3 erratic vehicle reports 3 unsecured businesses 2 juvenile problems 2 loose dogs 2 commercial vehicle inspection 2… Read More »

In Musing: Her name is Diana

CAROLE VASTA FOLLEY “In-laws.” Ever notice how terribly close the word is to “outlaw?” Merriam Webster says it was first used in 1894, the same year as “bread-mold” and “hangover.” But alas, the denigration of in-laws seems to center around mothers. Whether Henny Youngman one-liners like, “Just got back from a pleasure trip; I took… Read More »

A nationwide initiative addressing lung cancer

A nationwide initiative addressing lung cancer

A team representing the Vermont Lung Center at the University of Vermont College of Medicine celebrates at the American Lung Association’s fifth annual Lung Force Walk this June. The event raised over $50,000 and honored local heroes, survivors, advocates and families. From left, Sarah Caffrey of Shelburne, Kathleen Dwinell of Burlington, Heidi Pecott-Grimm of Charlotte,… Read More »

City kids find greener grass in Vermont for the summer

City kids find greener grass in Vermont for the summer

MARIA MERCIECA Correspondent “The bus should be pulling in any minute!” Several dozen families gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in South Burlington on Friday to welcome a bus full of New York City children, sending parents, siblings and dogs to the parking lot with their welcome signs held high. The kids are participating in the… Read More »

Waste Warriors: Taking the mystery out of trash in a crowd

Waste Warriors: Taking the mystery out of trash in a crowd

LIAM CREASER Community News Service Robin Orr promises she’s not training people to be the “trash police” to spoil anyone’s fun this summer. Instead, she’s banking on teams of friendly “Waste Warriors” at large often outdoor events to help educate the public about recycling and composting in a way that puts trash in its correct… Read More »

Thanking our legislators

The past legislative session seemed particularly challenging. I did have occasion to pay attention to it on a fairly regular basis and I must say that legislators have a tough job. It needs to be said again that they work long hours under real pressure for very little compensation. I especially want to thank Shelburne… Read More »

Obituary — Leonora Stella Peverly

Obituary — Leonora Stella Peverly

Leonora Stella Peverly 1934-2019 In celebration of the life and spirit of our beloved, Nora Peverly left this earth June 12, 2019, surrounded by the love of family and friends. Nora was a bright light in the world personally and professionally. Her love of beauty was apparent in all she created and her most enduring… Read More »

Obituary — Raymond “Ray” Lepage

Obituary — Raymond “Ray” Lepage

Raymond “Ray” Lepage 1933-2019 Raymond “Ray” Lepage, 86, a longtime resident of Shelburne, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family June 13, 2019 after a long illness at his son Robert’s home in Cambridge, Vt. He was born May 9, 1933 in St. Chrystome, Quebec, Canada, the son of Albert and Rose Lepage. Raymond was… Read More »

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