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Deaths Catharine (McHenry) Rogers – Shelburne Catharine (McHenry) Rogers died peacefully on Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015, in the caring community of Wake Robin. She was born at home on Jan. 4, 1912, in South Bend, Ind., to Elizabeth Baker McHenry and William K. McHenry. Catharine, “Cay,” went to South Bend schools before attending Tudor Hall… Read More »

U-Hall owners plan to ask DRB to reopen application hearing

After the Development Review Board (DRB) closed the hearing and held a lengthy discussion on Andy Collette’s retroactive approval of a U-Haul rental business in conjunction with the furniture store and self-storage unit businesses during its Jan. 7 meeting, the board planned to deny the application as reported in the Shelburne News in its Thursday,… Read More »

Café Shelburne for sale again

Café Shelburne for sale again

by Amanda Holman Café Shelburne, a Shelburne institution of over 40 years has shut its doors. After opening under new owners just one year ago, the restaurant is once again for sale. On Jan. 2, the restaurant’s website and Facebook page announced that Café Shelburne would be closed for renovations and restructuring. The Facebook page… Read More »

Shelburne Eagle Scouts receive ranks in Court of Honor

Shelburne Eagle Scouts receive ranks in Court of Honor

Troop 602 held a Court of Honor for two members who have attained the rank of Eagle Scout on Monday, January 5. The honored Scouts, David Kerr and Alex Twombly, are both college students. Kerr attends the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Mass. and Twombly attends Champlain College in Burlington. They both completed their… Read More »

DRB nixes U-Haul rental business

At the Jan. 7 of the Development Review Board (DRB), Andy Collette spoke regarding his application for retroactive approval of a U-Haul rental business at 2800 Shelburne Road in conjunction with his furniture store and self-storage unit businesses. Residents of Wild Rose Circle turned out in force to object to the application, primarily on the… Read More »

Waldorf plans food drive in honor of MLK

Lake Champlain Waldorf High School students will go door-to-door in Shelburne neighborhoods and nearby communities to solicit donations for the sixth annual Martin Luther King food drive to benefit local food shelves on Monday, Jan. 19. The students and staff will collect non-perishable food items and unused toiletries with help from faculty and parent drivers.… Read More »