Ravlin named “2015 Woman of Influence in the Food Industry”

Ravlin named “2015 Woman of Influence in the Food Industry”

The Griffin Report named Shelburne resident Nicole Junas Ravlin, Co-Founder and Partner, People Making Good™ PR as a 2015 “Women of Influence in the Food Industry” in the publication’s 10th annual edition of the list. This prestigious tribute honors women nominated by their peers for their highly visible contributions to the food industry, their professionalism, and the… Read More »

Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center recognized with Hobson Award

Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center recognized with Hobson Award

Ann Beha Architects was awarded The Hobson for the firm’s work on Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education at the annual Boston Society of Architects (BSA) Design Awards Gala on Thursday, Jan. 29. The Hobson is an Honor Award, the highest level of distinction, named for Henry Hobson Richardson, the famous Massachusetts architect… Read More »

SCS Board holds community forum on 11.2 million bond, Feb. 10 Opportunity for public to learn about potential renovations

The Shelburne Community School (SCS) Board will host a community forum on Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 7pm for all interested citizens to learn about and discuss the specifics of the $11.2 million bond (Article VI) on the March 3 ballot. The evening will begin with a presentation by members of the facilities committee that proposed… Read More »

Fall in love with Valentine’s Day again; Shelburne businesses assure the perfect gift is close at hand

Fall in love with Valentine’s Day again; Shelburne businesses assure the perfect gift is close at hand

By Sheri Duff If Feb. 14 and the associated romantic gestures send you into a tailspin, fear not. Shopping for Valentine’s Day gifts has never been easier thanks to several Shelburne business owners who have created special offers perfect for your loved one. Handmade treasures No strangers to romance, Matthew and Bri Taylor of Matthew… Read More »

Vermont’s 50-Plus & Baby Boomer EXPO celebrates 20th year, Jan. 31, 9am-4pm, Sheraton-Hotel & Conference Center

Vermont’s 50-Plus & Baby Boomer EXPO celebrates 20th year, Jan. 31, 9am-4pm, Sheraton-Hotel & Conference Center

By Sheri Duff It could be said that Vermont Maturity Magazine publishers Marianne and Paul Apfelbaum were ahead of their time. Two decades ago, the then 20-something-year-olds not only established a magazine for those 50 and older; they also created Vermont’s 50-Plus EXPO. “[Paul and I] got the idea 21 years ago after attending a… Read More »

Fire damages Heartworks Preschool in Shelburne

Fire damages Heartworks Preschool in Shelburne

A fire was extinguished at Heartworks Preschool at the Shelburne Commons building on U.S. 7 in Shelburne Wednesday night, Jan. 21. On Thursday Shelburne police reported that the fire began near an electrical panel around 7:30pm. Fire departments from Burlington, South Burlington, and Charlotte assisted Shelburne Fire, Police, and Rescue at the scene. No injuries… Read More »

New photography exhibit opens at Shelburne Museum

New photography exhibit opens at Shelburne Museum

By Sadie Williams In his nearly two decade tenure on the photographic staff of National Geographic, Nathan Benn captured images that define American society as we may never see it again. One of his first assignments for the prestigious publication was to photograph Vermont. A number of prints from that endeavor, as well as selections… Read More »

Celebrate winter at Shelburne Farms this weekend

Celebrate winter at Shelburne Farms this weekend

Join in the winter festivities at WinterFest at Shelburne Farms. Whether the weather cooperates with lots of snow or organizers have to get creative with snow-free fun, WinterFest is a great way to celebrate the season. WinterFest offers fun activities and entertainment for every age, from sleigh rides to cheese sampling and great entertainment. A… Read More »

U-Hall owners plan to ask DRB to reopen application hearing

After the Development Review Board (DRB) closed the hearing and held a lengthy discussion on Andy Collette’s retroactive approval of a U-Haul rental business in conjunction with the furniture store and self-storage unit businesses during its Jan. 7 meeting, the board planned to deny the application as reported in the Shelburne News in its Thursday,… Read More »

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