Association continues economic talks

The Shelburne Business Professionals Association hosts its next meeting Wednesday, Nov. 14, 6-8 p.m. at Wild Hart Distillery. The group will continue its discussions about economic development, called “Envisioning Shelburne’s Tomorrows.” At last month’s meeting, association President Tod Whitaker and Shelburne Interim Town Manager Lee Krohn led the discussion of how to foster a more… Read More »

Shouldice: ‘Don’t hallucinate, Shelburne’

By ROSALYN GRAHAM “Important work” was how guest speaker Bill Shouldice described the purpose of the gathering at Shelburne Museum last week. The president of Vermont Teddy Bear, and chairman of the Vermont Futures Project, Shouldice said: “We’re here to think about what you want Shelburne to be and how to achieve it.” He drew… Read More »

Eating Well gobbles up Cooking Light

STAFF REPORT Two popular national magazines, both focused on healthy cooking and eating, are combining into one magazine. Shelburne-based Eating Well magazine is folding in Cooking Light magazine, combining the circulation of both publications for a total of 1.775 million subscribers. Both publications are owned by Meredith Corp. based in Des Moines, Iowa. Meredith announced… Read More »

Shelburne Field House gets new owners

Shelburne Field House gets new owners

STAFF REPORT The Shelburne Field House on Athletic Drive has new owners who plan to revive the facility’s longtime role as a community health club and recreation facility. Natale Partners, a family partnership in Shelburne, recently purchased the field house including the indoor fields, sports bar, CrossFit Shelburne franchise, and the health club which has… Read More »

Business group envisions Shelburne’s future and invites community input

Business group envisions Shelburne’s future and invites community input

By ROSALYN GRAHAM Shelburne community members, business owners, new entrepreneurs and optimists are invited to Shelburne Museum on Sept. 26 where the conversation about Shelburne’s future will continue with a presentation from the head of Vermont Teddy Bear. Bill Shouldice, president and chief executive of Vermont Teddy Bear since 2013, will kick off the discussion… Read More »

It’s legal: Smoke shop opens in Shelburne

It’s legal: Smoke shop opens in Shelburne

By MADELINE HUGHES There’s a new storefront at the corner of Shelburne and Hullcrest roads. The front window is decked with a neon “open” sign and a hand-drawn poster. Inside, Bob Marley tunes play in the background and art hangs on the walls. South Burlington artist and entrepreneur Jordan Holstein sits behind a counter in… Read More »

Electric co-op to get $1.7 million from FEMA for utility repairs

The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Friday that the Vermont Electric Cooperative will receive $1,743,876 for the repair of 54 transformers and 2,887 miles of transmission and distribution electric conductor line poles damaged in a storm and flooding at the end of October 2017.  The grant represents the federal share of the total project cost… Read More »

Shelburne’s Regina Yopak joins Greensea software company

Richmond-based software company Greensea recently appointed Regina Yopak of Shelburne to be applications engineer, Service Manager. Greensea, best known for creating OPENSEA, a software program used by the marine industry, hired Yopak in part because of her extensive experience at sea, having spent several tours as lead navigator and mapping specialist on board E/V Nautilus… Read More »

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