Local architect wins Green Building Award

Local architect wins Green Building Award

The architects of Pill–Maharam, a Shelburne-based firm, received the Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) award for the Greenest Commercial Building; Deep Energy Retrofit for their offices on Falls Road. The project also received the People’s Choice Award which was voted on by those who attended the gala event at Main Street Landing. This is not […]

VermontUnited leading ‘Reckless Rail Rally’ this Sunday

VermontUnited, a grassroots group working to alert citizens that Vermont’s safety and environment are not negotiable, is holding what it has dubbed the ‘Reckless Rail Rally’ on Sunday, May 1, 2016, at 2:00pm. The march is designed to bring people together to halt the construction of a huge industrial freight and trucking complex currently being […]

Lund Center celebrates 125 years

Lund Center celebrates 125 years

The Lund Center in Burlington is celebrating its 125th birthday on Saturday, April 30 with exactly the kind of hoopla one would expect after 125 years: a whole day of non-stop fun, friends, lots of cake, and three—that’s right, three—separate parties. It’s a special celebration for a place that has lifted up countless families for […]

Spring real estate market robust

Spring real estate market robust

It’s that time of year when crocuses and real estate signs are sprouting up on lawns around Chittenden County. Traditionally, spring is the time when the real estate market blooms, and this year is showing to be even better than those in the recent past. The trouble, experts say, is that in certain price ranges, […]

Local dentist takes her tools to Africa

Local dentist takes her tools to Africa

In her daily grind, a regular dentist might not imagine herself extracting teeth and filling cavities during the day and sleeping in a safari tent, listening to elephants trumpeting at night. Dr. Susan Grimes, however, recently found herself doing just that on a volunteer service trip to practice dentistry for the Maasai people in Kenya, […]

The LaPlatte Watershed: Why it Matters

The LaPlatte Watershed: Why it Matters

Roberta Nubile Water matters. This is an obvious statement to anyone who values drinking clean water from the lake and private wells, swimming at our beaches, paddling, and fishing for river and lake trout. This was also the message of a timely presentation organized by Lewis Creek Association (LCA), Responsible Growth Hinesburg, Voices for the […]

The Paper Cranes walk their way to $500,000

The Paper Cranes walk their way to $500,000

For some, raising some money to fight cancer is enough. For others, walking 26 miles in honor of a friend is enough. For Jeanette Voss of Shelburne, however, raising money for cancer research and supporting friends by walking the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk was never enough. The tireless effort by Voss and her team, […]

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