Kwiniaska Golf Course to be sold and partially developed

Kwiniaska Golf Course to be sold and partially developed

Kwiniaska Golf Course celebrated turning 50 last year, and after half-a-century in business, the 18-hole golf course will go through some major changes. The facility will be shrinking to a smaller course and the town of Shelburne will be gaining more housing stock. Snyder Homes has agreed to purchase the land on the West side […]

Sally Fox Conference Center dedicated at Waterbury State Office Complex

Sally Fox represented Chittenden County both as a fierce and dedicated member of the Vermont legislature and a passionate lobbyist in Montpelier for more than thirty years. She was beloved and admired by all who witnessed her relentless drive to help and protect those who struggled to make their voices heard. In January 2014, she […]

Wulfson proclaims story begins Tuesday

Wulfson proclaims story begins Tuesday

Vermont Rail System President David Wulfson declared his story about the new railway transfer station slated for Shelburne Village will begin on Tuesday. Responding to a Jan. 27 Shelburne News interview request, Wulfson wrote in an email just after the start of the Super Bowl on Sunday, “Our story begins on Tuesday. Hopefully you guys […]

Lack of trust still stands for Vermont Rail’s Shelburne development

Lack of trust still stands for Vermont Rail’s Shelburne development

In a four-page letter to the town of Shelburne, received prior to his requested executive session with the town, Vermont Rail System President David Wulfson explained his relationship with his family-owned rail company and with Shelburne where he resides. “Sadly, many statements have been made that are not true,” Wulfson wrote in the letter. “Even […]

High-voltage transmission cables to be buried in Lake Champlain

High-voltage transmission cables to be buried in Lake Champlain

By Cameron Kovach, Vermont correspondent Last month, Vermont regulators approved a major power transmission project that could save Vermont electric ratepayers more than $245 million by 2029. The project, known as the New England Clean Power Link, will transmit hydroelectric power sourced in Canada to a converter station in Ludlow, where it will then be […]

Shelburne’s Railroad Lane is back open

“This morning Railroad Lane was reopened and parking can resume there as before,” Shelburne Town Manager Joe Colangelo said. “David and I will work in good faith toward an agreeable lease.” Colangelo, the Selectboard, Vermont Rail System President David Wulfson and other rail representatives attended a closed meeting to hash out their differences on Feb. […]

Vermonters do their part for the refugee crisis in Greece

Vermonters do their part for the refugee crisis in Greece

An orange raft, an angry sea, a huddled group of frightened refugees. A toddler crying, a lifejacket full of straw, wet shoes. A 12-day-old baby, scores of pregnant women, men separated from their wives and children, a heart patient whose medicine has been thrown overboard by smugglers. Megan McIntosh Frenzen witnessed these stories and so […]

Komen Snowshoe for the Cure at Stratton Mountain

Komen Vermont-New Hampshire is proud to announce that their 14th annual snowshoe fundraising event, Snowshoe for the Cure, will take place Sunday, Feb. 28 at Stratton Mountain. Thirteen years of snowshoeing at Stratton, the event’s host-mountain since its inception and this year’s presenting sponsor, has raised more than $750,000 for Komen VT-NH. Seventy-five percent of […]

Vermont Rail System files complaint against Shelburne

Vermont Rail System files complaint against Shelburne

In his seven years on Shelburne’s Selectboard, Chair Gary von Stange has never seen anyone do anything like this to impact public safety, he said referring to Vermont Rail System’s closure of Railroad Lane in response to a notice of zoning violation from the town. Von Stange made this comment to a packed room at […]