NutriMost Vermont opens in Shelburne

NutriMost Vermont opens in Shelburne

It’s a simple fact: Americans are preoccupied with weight. But it hasn’t always been this way. Before the 1800s, heft was a sign of health and vitality, but now thin is in. While people often turn to crash diets, pills, mail order food, and more drastic measures to attain what they consider a beautiful body,… Read More »

Community honors its Veterans May 25

Community honors its Veterans May 25

Shelburne’s annual Memorial Day observance will be held on Monday, May 25 at 11am on the Parade Green, the village green on Church Street, and will feature keynote speaker Major General Steven A. Cray, Adjutant General of the State of Vermont. General Cray is responsible for the training and equipage of nearly 4,000 members of… Read More »

Cyrus Schenck wins LaunchVT with Renoun Ski Company

Cyrus Schenck wins LaunchVT with Renoun Ski Company

by Sadie Williams Renoun Ski Company, founded by Shelburne’s Cyrus Schenck, took home $30,000 in cash and $45,000 in-kind services from this year’s LaunchVT competition held on Thursday, May 7 at Main Street Landing in Burlington. Schenck has developed a new kind of ski that utilizes non-Newtonian fluid for a responsive on-snow experience. When interviewed… Read More »

CY Mentoring participants present mural to Town Manager

CY Mentoring participants present mural to Town Manager

Shelburne Town Manager Joe Colangelo enlisted the help of six Connecting Youth (CY) Mentoring participants from SCS to create a mural for his office that represents Shelburne in a colorful way. After nearly eight weeks of work, the middle school painters unveiled their original artwork at Tuesday’s Selectboard meeting. SCS CY Mentoring Coordinator Alice Brown… Read More »

Wind Ridge Publishing prints in VT

Wind Ridge Publishing finally did it. As a publisher of two local newspapers, Wind Ridge understands that the impact its production has on the environment needs to be handled with care, and considering local options should also be a priority in any line of work. In an effort to align with that message, Wind Ridge… Read More »

Shelburne’s Champlain Classic turns 25

Shelburne’s Champlain Classic turns 25

For the second consecutive year, Todd Lavinge of Winooski won Sunday’s 5K Champlain Classic. This year’s finish in 17 minutes and 4 seconds was 25 seconds faster than his first place overall finish of last year. Lavinge was followed by Milton resident Eric Brigham, and Don Kjelleren was the first Shelburne resident to cross the… Read More »

Shelburne’s Little League Opening Day this Saturday

Shelburne’s Little League Opening Day this Saturday

Come celebrate “America’s Pastime” at one of Shelburne’s great town events, Little League Opening Day, on Saturday, May 2 beginning with the parade of teams through the village at 8:30am. The festivities continue with Opening Day ceremonies, a huge bake sale, exhibition games, and a home run derby contest to determine Shelburne’s top slugger at… Read More »

Two killed in Hinesburg bicycle/car crash Community mourns tragic loss

by Sadie Williams By now, most everyone has heard about the tragic accident between two Hinesburg residents, one travelling by bike, one by car, on Sunday, April 26. The driver has been identified as 17-year-old Joseph Marshall of Hinesburg, a senior at Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School. The biker was 47-year-old Hinesburg resident Richard… Read More »

Keep Shelburne clean, green, and beautiful on May 2: Sign up for your stretch of road online with Alice Lissarrague

Keep Shelburne clean, green, and beautiful on May 2: Sign up for your stretch of road online with Alice Lissarrague

Vermont’s Green Up Day, first launched in 1970 by Governor Deane Davis, is a special day when thousands of volunteers statewide go out into their communities to clean up litter from roadsides and public places. Always the first Saturday in May, Green Up Day will be celebrated Saturday, May 2 in Shelburne. Shelburne resident Alice… Read More »

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