Between homes at Harbor Place

Between homes at Harbor Place

By Heather McKim Harbor Place was designed to provide a short-term shelter to those in need, with the hope being a better model than having the homeless scattered in motels. Since its opening 18 months ago, the temporary shelter has been the subject of ongoing concern. A June meeting between town officials, Champlain Housing Trust,… Read More »

Community grieves loss of Kenneth Najarian

Community grieves loss of Kenneth Najarian

By Matt Keller In a community already reeling from the death of bicycling enthusiast Richard Tom on April 26th of this year, the death of respected UVM Medical Center Radiologist Kenneth Najarian, of Charlotte, struck another tragic blow last week. The mood was somber in town Thursday afternoon as people went about their daily routines… Read More »

Hidden educational treasures in Shelburne Bay

Hidden educational treasures in Shelburne Bay

Photos and story by Lynn Monty Bubbles surfaced as two sleek black forms emerged from Lake Champlain. Wetsuit-clad Grace Tsai raised her arms with a victorious splash, clipboard in hand. She and fellow diver Carrigan Miller hit the shores of Shelburne Bay with exactly the information they went down into its murky depths to find.… Read More »

Community School graduates 73

Community School graduates 73

Eighth graders at the Shelburne Community School set a course for their future at a graduation ceremony held Thursday, June 11, 2015 in the school gym. To begin the evening, Co-Principal Allan Miller welcomed the audience, after which the 73 soon-to-be graduates entered the gym as the SCS Wind Ensemble performed the processional. Master of… Read More »

Hats off to CVU class of 2015

Hats off to CVU class of 2015

by Rachel Dunphy Spectators were still shuffling about and settling down on the Patrick Gymnasium bleachers when CVU’s 51st graduating class burst in, with the pomp of the “Triumphal March” to bring them along. CVU principal Jeff Evans approached the podium to ask the seniors to rise for the National Anthem after they settled into… Read More »

Chicago Cubs draft Shelburne’s Rayne Supple

Chicago Cubs draft Shelburne’s Rayne Supple

When it Raynes it pours. After pitching the Redhawks to the championship game 3-0 over South Burlington last Wednesday night Champlain Valley Union senior and Shelburne resident Rayne Supple was alerted that he was drafted by the Major League Baseball’s Chicago Cubs in the 38th round; the 1,133 pick to be exact. “I received the… Read More »

A return to the top for CVU girls tennis team

A return to the top for CVU girls tennis team

By Mal Boright According to Champlain Valley Union High’s number one singles player, junior Kathy Joseph, the weather conditions (sunny, around 75 degrees) were excellent Thursday at Shelburne’s Davis Park. The top-seeded Redhawks’ were also excellent as they scored a 5-2 triumph over second seed and defending champion South Burlington High to grab their third… Read More »

Shelburne and community supports police officer in need

Shelburne and community supports police officer in need

It may be difficult to imagine Shelburne Police Officer Mike Thomas at a loss for words, but it’s true. Last Wednesday night, at a fundraiser at the fire station in front of an adoring community, Thomas was rendered speechless. “I was completely overwhelmed and at a total loss of words,” Thomas shared on the Shelburne… Read More »

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