Two men arrested after confusing South Burlington police vehicle with pizza delivery car

A Shelburne man was among two people arrested when a companion mistook a marked South Burlington Police cruiser for a pizza delivery vehicle early Sunday morning. South Burlington Police said they responded to Stonehedge Condominiums off Spear Street to investigate public complaints about one of the residences. Michael Gonzalez, 29, of Underhill, came out of a condo in… Read More »

Federal judge jails woman charged in Shelburne fraud

A New York City woman, who is charged with stealing $6,500 from a Shelburne bank account, needs to remain in prison pending her trial in federal court on four counts of bank fraud and a charge of aggravated identity theft, a judge has ruled. Elizabeth Rodriguez, 57, has amassed 12 felony fraud convictions and has… Read More »

Selectboard approves lower speed limits, supports housing plan, opposes permit challenge

The Shelburne Selectboard in recent weeks has adopted lower speed limits on several village streets, reviewed a proposal for affordable housing, and set aside funds to address a legal challenge of state wastewater permits. Speed Changes On Feb. 13, the board officially adopted new speed limits for the following streets: • Falls Road between the… Read More »

In walkout, CVU students condemn gun violence

In walkout, CVU students condemn gun violence

To see more CVU student coverage click here To see the elementary student’s walkout coverage click here. About 800 students at Champlain Valley Union High School took part in a planned walkout Friday to mark one month since the Parkland, Fla. school shooting that killed 17 and to call for action from Vermont lawmakers to… Read More »

Shelburne students walk out and talk it out, too

Shelburne students walk out and talk it out, too

Much like the national movement in the background, the scheduled walkouts that took place at local schools as part of National Walkout Day were student-driven. A snow day last Wednesday meant that students in the Champlain Valley School District couldn’t easily participate in the national March 14 walkout, but Champlain Valley Union High School, Charlotte… Read More »