ZQuiet: A good night’s sleep thanks to a Shelburne couple

It all started because Dan Webster snored. Exiled to the living room couch so his wife Katrina could catch up on her sleep after the birth of their second child, Dan had surgery on his airway in the hope of regaining his place in the bedroom. The elective procedure was not covered by insurance, and […]

CrossFit studio opens in Shelburne

CrossFit Shelburne is now open at the Shelburne Field House. Managed by CrossFit trainer Nick Mead, the studio offers classes multiple times per day, with a free introduction class every Saturday at 9am. For more information, check out www.crossfitshelburne.com or call 985-4410.

The Business Exchange

by Dave Buckland Hello Shelburne! I’m very excited to get started with this new column dedicated to all things business. Just like my firm, Buckland Consulting, this monthly column will be focused on all aspects of helping businesses be the best they can be. Whether you are a C-suite executive or just starting your career, […]

Burlington Marble and Granite moves to Shelburne

Moving a business 5.2 miles down Route 7 shouldn’t be a big deal, but things are a little different when your product is as heavy as the inventory at Burlington Marble and Granite. Owner Mike Richburg estimates that close to a million pounds of stone made the trek from the South End of Burlington to […]

Kerin E. Stackpole named Best Lawyers® 2017 “Lawyer of the Year”

Paul Frank + Collins P.C. is pleased to announce that attorney Kerin E. Stackpole of Shelburne was recently named the Best Lawyers® 2017 “Lawyer of the Year” for Employment Law – Management in Burlington. Attorney Stackpole has been listed in Best Lawyers in America since 2011. Only one lawyer in each practice area and designated […]

Did you buy low after the Brexit vote?

Most investors are familiar with the maxim “buy low and sell high.” The unfortunate reality is that it’s a difficult principle to follow. Buying low often means investing in a company when its shares are priced below full value. There are many reasons a company’s shares may trade below full value. The company may be […]

Tom Parris promoted to company president

Tom Parris is used to thinking about big-picture issues like climate change and water stress. Parris noted that in his years as vice president of ISciences, L.L.C., he worked with customers and led sustainability efforts. Now, the Shelburne resident has been promoted to president of the company, a position that will doubtless provide plenty of […]

Brad’s Computer Services finds new home on Falls Road

Brad’s Computer Services finds new home on Falls Road

After years at its old location at the Shelburne Shopping Park, Brad’s Computer Services decided to move to the building that most recently housed New Leaf Deli at 935 Falls Road in Shelburne this past May. “It was important for us to stay in Shelburne, “said General Manager Zach Sanders. “We have a very loyal […]

SchoolHack Solutions adds Dr. Kevin Hytten to its executive team

SchoolHack Solutions adds Dr. Kevin Hytten to its executive team

SchoolHack Solutions, a Vermont-based company that builds software to provide personalized learning for all students is pleased to announce the addition of Kevin Hytten, Ed.D, of Shelburne, as chief operations officer to its Bristol, VT office. “Kevin brings a wide range of qualifications to his role as COO which will assist us in steering our […]