Birth Shelburne residents Michele and Jay Guyette had a baby boy, Matthew Edward Correa Guyette, on Dec. 12, 2014 in The University of Vermont Medical Center.
At approximately 11am at Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg, a note was found indicating a bomb would go off at the school on Tuesday, Jan. 20. The Hinesburg Community Police was notified and responded to the school. The Vermont State Police and the Hinesburg Fire Chief were also notified. A discussion was held… Read More »
By Rep. Kate Webb There is a different tone in the Statehouse this year. I hear a coming-together, a merging of positions, even if at times it might sound a bit back-handed. In response to the Governor’s budget address, the House Majority Leader stated, “He spoke a good game. It sounded a lot like our… Read More »
By Heather McKim Jan. 13 was the setting for the annual joint meeting between the Shelburne Selectboard and Shelburne Community School (SCS) Board. This provided an opportunity for the municipal and school budgets to be publicly presented. During his report, Town Manager Joe Colangelo said that the new website for Shelburne is close to being… Read More »
Chef Contos Kitchen & Store (CCKS) will host a SCS Community Day this Saturday, Jan.24 at 65 Falls Road in Shelburne village as a fundraiser for the school. Once a month the SCS PTO has partnered with a local business and encourages community members to support that business with purchases. In return, the business will… Read More »
Shelburne teen creates The Veterans Legacy Library Grad Challenge Project records veterans’ reflections
An audio library of recorded interviews with Shelburne men and women who served in the Armed Forces will be created and made available through the Pierson Library in the spring of 2015. This permanent body of reflection to be titled The Veterans Legacy Library will be directed by Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School senior… Read More »
Lenes, Webb discuss 2015 legislative issues in Shelburne Republican Committee hosts reps at Dutch Mill Jan. 26
The Shelburne Republican Committee has invited representatives Joan Lenes and Kate Webb to a breakfast at the Dutch Mill Restaurant on Monday, Jan. 26 to discuss key issues of the 2015 legislative session. The meeting is open to the public and will begin at 7:30am. George Schiavone will moderate.
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 »
Today! We will be showing the PG rated movie “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” at 3:15pm for our younger patrons. This film tells the story of father and son time travelers who race to fix a rift in time. Popcorn will be served. Fiber Arts Friday: Our new monthly informal fiber arts group will hold its… Read More »
The Town of Shelburne encourages every pet owner to get their dog and cat, six months of age or older, registered by April 1. To register your pet either send in the latest rabies certificate (Town of Shelburne, PO Box 88) or bring it to the Town Offices Monday through Friday 8:30am-5pm. For dogs and cats… Read More »