Early Morning Boot Camp Work out as a group with your neighbors and friends to achieve your fitness goals. Each workout is a mix of cardio and strength training, using your own body weight as well as some small equipment. All levels of fitness are welcome. This is a fun, motivating way to get fit… Read More »
The columns on the façade of Shelburne’s Historic Town Hall were put back into their places last week as renovations continue on the structure, along with construction of the new Pierson Library in the rear of the building.
Shelburne Tree warden David Hall and his daughter, Lexi, installed Tree City USA placards on the “Welcome to Shelburne” signs recently. The signs sit at the entrances to Shelburne along Route 7 on the north and south ends of town. Shelburne was designated a “Tree City USA” in May by the Arbor Day Foundation.
By LISA SCAGLIOTTI A Shelburne man has pleaded not guilty in state court to a misdemeanor firearms charge following his arrest at a South Burlington apartment. Edgar E. Rogers, age 58, of Shelburne, was charged with firearm possession prohibition, according to court records. Police said Rogers had a prior felony conviction that prohibited him from… Read More »
37 traffic violations 18 medical calls 13 business checks 12 speed, traffic enforcement 7 miscellaneous complaints 4 burglar alarms 3 dogs loose 2 welfare checks 1 accidental 911 hang-up Dec. 1 2:28 a.m. A caller reported a suspicious person in the area of Harbor Place on Shelburne Road. Police checked the area but did not… Read More »
Gisele M. Kloeckner, Senior Relationship Manager at TD Bank in Burlington, has been named an Innovation and Impact Housing Hero by the Vermont Housing Finance Agency. In presenting the award to Kloeckner, the VHFA cited her achievement in overseeing more than $400 million of credit toward the development and rehabilitation of affordable housing, impacting more… Read More »
By MADELINE HUGHES Members of the Hinesburg Fire Department received the Vermont EMS Star of Life Award last week for their efforts in the early morning hours on Halloween that saved one of their own family members. The award is presented to emergency medical service professionals who perform “life-saving actions above and beyond the call… Read More »
Enrollment for the Governor’s Institutes of Vermont’s annual Winter Weekend program is now open through Jan. 15 for sessions to be held at Goddard College in Plainfield, Feb. 8-10 and 22-24. All Vermont high school students are eligible to attend and applicants may choose from 10 different topics to study. Applications are considered on a… Read More »
Petitions are now available for candidates interested in running for local office in the March Town Meeting Day elections. Candidates can get blank petitions online or at the town clerk’s office and fill out a form to indicate how they would like to be listed on the ballot. Candidates must have at least 30 registered… Read More »