Shelburne Police Log

Calls not listed in the log below: 40 traffic violations 12 miscellaneous complaints 2 medical calls, patient refused transport 2 burglar alarms July 7 7:28 a.m. Police were dispatched to Aspen Circle for a welfare check requested by a family member; the person appeared to be fine. 8:27 a.m. An officer on bicycle patrolled hiking… Read More »

Gov. Scott’s primary win proves support in Vt. for gun-safety measures

By CLAI LASHER-SOMMERS Gov. Scott’s victory in the recent Republican primary shows that the vast majority of Vermonters – including those in the Republican party – are supportive of his courageous actions to pass gun safety measures. The governor’s win sends a clear message and politicians and political pundits nationwide should pay attention: Republicans can… Read More »

Obituary – Dr. Helene W. Lang

Obituary – Dr. Helene W. Lang

Helene Lang passed away peacefully on Aug. 21 at Wake Robin in Shelburne.  Courageous and brave, she faced cancer for the fourth time and fulfilled her wish to have one last summer in Vermont surrounded by and actively engaged with family and friends. Born May 3, 1931 in Lancaster, Massachusetts, she attended Lancaster public schools… Read More »

Milestones — James and Carol Bouyea

Milestones — James and Carol Bouyea

James and Carol Bouyea of Shelburne are pleased to announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Christine Bouyea, to Sanjiv Gajiwala, son of Hema Gajiwala and the late Pankaj Gajiwala of Downers Grove, Ill. on June 23, 2018. The ceremony and subsequent celebration were held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Jill Thompson,… Read More »

Milestones — Kenneth Wooden and Martha (Braun) Wooden

Milestones — Kenneth Wooden and Martha (Braun) Wooden

Kenneth Wooden and Martha (Braun) Wooden of Shelburne observe their 60th wedding anniversary today, Aug. 30. A family celebration was held earlier this month. Kenneth and Martha met in 1954 while Martha was a student at Philadelphia General Hospital School of Nursing and Ken was a mason apprentice. They exchanged letters while Ken proudly served… Read More »

Crosswalk facelift

Crosswalk facelift

A VTrans crew this week put a fresh coat of paint on the crosswalks on Shelburne Road in front of the Shelburne town offices.  The crossing spots were clearly re-marked for pedestrians just in time for back to school.

Four Shelburne residents among recent appointments to state boards

Gov. Phil Scott appointed 98 Vermonters to state boards and commissions from March through July and his appointments include four Shelburne residents. Milo Cress was appointed to the Artificial Intelligence Task Force. Christie Allen was appointed to the Clinical Utilization and Review Board. Amelia Briggs was appointed to the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf/Blind… Read More »

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