Hinesburgh Public House shares profits

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer The Racial Alliance Committee at Champlain Valley Union High School is hoping that you’ll eat at the Hinesburgh Public House on at least one Sunday during September. And during November, the children’s programs at the Carpenter-Carse Library will most likely be hoping you’ll get your Sunday chow there as well. This… Read More »

Over 200 riders and walkers turn out for CMT

Over 200 riders and walkers turn out for CMT

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer The Ride 4 CMT event at the Old Lantern in Charlotte was a wonderful success. Chris Ouellette, an organizer of the event to raise money to fund work for a cure for CMT, said that they had roughly 200 riders and walkers. Many of them have been diagnosed with CMT. CMT… Read More »

Blue-green algae and ALS – connection or coincidence?

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer In early 2014, Glynda McKinnon of Charlotte noticed that her partner David Scheuer seemed to be slurring his words, but he didn’t notice it. By late summer, even he acknowledged that something wasn’t right. In September, he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosi, or ALS. Despite leading an active, athletic lifestyle… Read More »

Gardenside Nursery pots its last plant

Gardenside Nursery pots its last plant

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer On Sunday, July 28, after more than 90 years the Gardenside Nursery on Webster Road in Shelburne closed without a whimper, without a bang, but with one heck of a sale. Plants were going for 75 percent off on the final days of the venerable gardening institution that’s been selling plants,… Read More »