It may be months before Vermont turns green again, but the folks at Green Up Vermont are getting ready for entries to arrive in their annual student art and writing contests. Any Vermont student in grades K-12 may enter the annual contests for poster design and writing. The winning art entry is used on the… Read More »
State Rep. Bill Lippert will host a screening of the film “Resilience” Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Carpenter-Carse Library in Hinesburg. This one-hour documentary launched at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival is based on compelling research that demonstrates that childhood stress leads to a greater the risk of chronic disease, mental illness, violence and… Read More »
By Linda Gilbert What will about 50 people have in common in February? Not snow, not ice, not the traditional day job or school day. Instead, these 50 Hands to Honduras-Tela (H2HT for short) volunteers will share their adventures, skills, achievements and dedication while “doing good” in the warm and inviting community of Tela, Honduras.… Read More »
Three of the six teenagers who Shelburne police say were involved in a bungled drug deal that turned into an armed robbery, with one student shot with a pellet gun, have pleaded not guilty to charges of assault and robbery. An eight-page police affidavit outlines how one group of Champlain Valley Union High School students… Read More »
Minor traffic: 11 Motor assist: 6 Medical emergencies at retirement communities: 13 Medical emergencies at Harbor Place: 1 Medical emergencies: 9 Suspicious people:1 Suspicious vehicle: 3 Speed and traffic enforcement: 1 Welfare check: 3 False fire or burglar alarms: 2 Noise: 1 Fraud: 1 Commercial vehicle inspection: 2 Theft: 2 Child safety seat:1 Harassment report:… Read More »
Two homes on Sutton Farm Drive were burglarized in the early afternoon of Jan. 12, according to Shelburne Police. Among the items taken was a yellow and green Diamond Back bicycle, police said. Cpl. Jon Marcoux said that a man with a yellow coat was seen in the area just prior to the break-ins. He… Read More »
Shelburne town government has not established a stormwater fee. The Stormwater Advisory Committee is currently working on a proposal for the selectboard to review. A report about the proposed fee in last week’s Shelburne News described it incorrectly.
Today: Afternoon Movie Our younger patrons are invited to join us on Thursdays at 3:15 p.m. The movie today is the G-rated “Cars 3,” and on Jan. 25, it’s “Beauty and the Beast” (PG). Upcycle Fridays Join us Friday at 1:30 p.m. to paint a wooden bracelet and on Jan. 26 at 1:30 p.m. when… Read More »
Tai Chi for Health & Wellness From Jan. 29 to Mar. 14, join instructor Chris Curtis to learn a fun and relaxing, joint-safe activity shown to make an impact on your daily life. Based on Dr. Paul Lam’s Tai Chi for Arthritis program, and recommended by the Arthritis Foundation, tai chi improves flexibility, reduces stiffness… Read More »
Last summer’s hay rests under a blanket of fresh snow along Bostwick Road.