Barstow Road paving to begin Sept. 27

The Town of Shelburne wants residents to know that, weather permitting, repaving of Barstow Road will be done on Friday, Sept. 27 and Monday, Sept. 30, and that paving on Harbor Road will be done Saturday, Sept. 28 (to avoid school traffic on weekdays) from the Route 7 intersection down to Turtle Lane. Town officials… Read More »

Stepson pleads not guilty to gun charge: Judge orders Kory Lee George held, new search warrant issued in Auclair homicide

Stepson pleads not guilty to gun charge: Judge orders Kory Lee George held, new search warrant issued in Auclair homicide

MIKE DONOGHUE Correspondent The stepson of a man intentionally gunned down in a remote section of Hinesburg nine weeks ago will remain behind bars while awaiting trial in federal court for illegal possession of firearms charges – including the gun used in the homicide. Kory Lee George, 31, of Monkton, a five-time convicted felon, pleaded… Read More »

UPDATE: Prosecutor — Hinesburg killing “carefully planned and executed”: Kory Lee George arraigned on federal gun charges, possession of murder weapon

MIKE DONOGHUE Correspondent Investigators have their first break in the fatal shooting of David Auclair, 45, of Williston eight weeks ago in Hinesburg with the arrest of his stepson on federal gun charges. Kory Lee George, 31, of Monkton, a five-time convicted felon, was charged Wednesday with illegal possession of a stolen 9-mm Beretta by a… Read More »

Fiddlehead Brewing expansion approved

Fiddlehead Brewing expansion approved

LISA SCAGLIOTTI Correspondent After developers of Shelburne Green business park made impassioned pleas at a public hearing last week, the development review board issued a decision Monday that paves the way for Fiddlehead Brewing Co. to expand its operation in Shelburne. The board ruled on the request that started in late 2017 when Shelburne Green… Read More »

Jewelry stolen during burglary

LEE KAHRS Shelburne News Shelburne Country Store owners Stephen and Deb Mayfield opened the door to their business the morning of July 26 and immediately saw something amiss. “We opened the store and we saw the jewelry case open and glass on the floor,” Stephen said. For the first time in the 20 years the… Read More »

Vermont Mozart Festival director responds: Dabroski claims he worked without pay for months, therefore ‘no pay, no play’

Vermont Mozart Festival director responds: Dabroski claims he worked without pay for months, therefore ‘no pay, no play’

LISA SCAGLIOTTI Correspondent The former director of the Vermont Mozart Festival issued a statement Monday addressing his departure from the festival and the cancellation of all of its scheduled summer performances. In a two-page written statement indicating that he was writing from Havana, Cuba, Michael Dabroski said that he has “received no financial compensation for… Read More »

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