Shelburne Police Chief Aaron Noble has promoted two longtime officers to the rank of sergeant as part of a reorganization within the department. Sgts. Bruce Beuerlein and Josh Flore are now responsible for overseeing patrol shifts. The promotions were effective earlier this month. Noble, who became chief earlier this year, said the promotions will allow for greater… Read More »
The Vermont Department of Corrections announced that it on Wednesday was to release into the Burlington area a sex offender who has served a prison term for stalking a minor girl in 2014. Ryan Donald Aldrich, 46, will be living at a Burlington motel, according to Department of Corrections personnel. The stalking offense was not… Read More »
A Charlotte man led Shelburne Police on a chase recently after police attempted to stop him for speeding on Bostwick Road near Beach Road. Police said that on June 19 at approximately 4:15 p.m., an officer attempted to stop a silver Volkswagen Jetta traveling at 79 miles per hour on that stretch of road where… Read More »
Shelburne Little League teams recently finished the All-Star season and gathered for team photos (and ice pops).
Summer Concert Series These family-friendly Wednesday concerts at Shelburne Farms are free. Bring a lawn chair and blanket. Pack a picnic dinner or enjoy food from the concession stand. Donations are appreciated. Kids can visit with the animals and everyone can dance on the lawn. Bad weather means the show moves into the Shelburne Town… Read More »
Field Days at the Town Gym today: Test eggs on a spoon. Enter a watermelon eating contest. Race an inflatable jet ski – and other games on today at 1 p.m. Annual Teddy Bear Picnic: The bears are back Saturday at Shelburne’s Historic Town Hall at 10:30 a.m. Plan on teddy bear cookie-decorating and ceramic… Read More »
by Rosalyn Graham Four local high school students recently were awarded scholarships from the Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary Club, a tradition of the club supporting local youth for many years. This year’s winners were: Peter Trombley of Shelburne, a Champlain Valley Union High School student who will be attending McGill University in the fall; Hana… Read More »
Dave Baird’s smile is a familiar sight in the upstairs hallway at Charlotte Central School; it’s not always an easy feat to keep smiling when one is in the company of 10- and 11-year-olds all day, but he keeps it steady. His congenial manner and teaching style is appealing to students and is now being… Read More »
Fireworks capped off a week of Hinesburg celebrations for Independence Day and the Hinesburg Fire Department’s 75th anniversary.
Hinesburg Community Police Chief Frank Koss has been selected by his peers to be president of the Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police for the coming year. Koss replaces Colchester Police Chief Jennifer Morrison, the first woman to lead the statewide association. There are plenty of important issues facing the association, which represents the interests… Read More »