Election Day to decide the fate of Shelburne’s library

Vermont’s mild autumn might trick some this week into forgetting that November is on the doorstep. That means Election Day is nearly here with an important decision for Shelburne voters. Absent lawn signs and nonstop political ads of Octobers in even-numbered years, this Election Day is a one-question affair with a decision that could have… Read More »

Price’s family to continue investigation

Price’s family to continue investigation

The investigation into the shooting death of a 24-year-old St. George woman is officially closed, but her family members say they will pick up where police detectives left off. They plan an inquiry of their own to seek answers to questions they believe are unresolved. Pamela Price, 24, died July 4 at her home in St. George… Read More »

On the Ti: New citizens begin voyage as Americans

On the Ti: New citizens begin voyage as Americans

Hailing from 15 nations, they boarded the Ticonderoga Monday under blazing late-summer sunshine for a solemn but festive ceremony with about 100 friends, family and onlookers. They left an hour later as newly minted United States citizens. U.S. District Judge William K. Sessions III presided over the 20th naturalization ceremony held aboard Shelburne Museum’s iconic… Read More »

Veteran Vermont journalist Michael Donoghue wins national award

Veteran Vermont journalist, journalism educator, and free-press advocate Michael Donoghue has been chosen as one of three recipients of a national honor from the Journalism Education Association. Donoghue will be recognized as a “Friend of Scholastic Journalism” at an awards ceremony Nov. 18 at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Dallas. Having covered virtually every… Read More »

Fire destroys historic barn at Shelburne Farms

Fire destroys historic barn at Shelburne Farms

By Holly Brough and Boston Neary The thunderstorm that rolled through Shelburne on Sunday morning may have woken many from a sound sleep, but it had a far more devastating impact at Shelburne Farms. At about 5:30am, on Sept. 11, 2016, lightning from the storm struck the Old Dairy Barn on the Southern Acres portion… Read More »