Former school aide opens alternative medical practice

Mary McGillivray has opened a new business in Shelburne, MMBiofield Tuning, at 33 Harbor Road. Biofield tuning is an alternative therapy using tuning forks to treat patients   for “healing you can hear through the music of vibration,” McGillivray said in a news release. A former speech language pathology assistant at Champlain Valley Union High School… Read More »

New vet joins animal hospital

New vet joins animal hospital

Dr. Andrew Koenitzer recently joined the staff at Ark Veterinary Hospital on Shelburne Road in Shelburne. A native of Wisconsin, he comes to Shelburne via an undergraduate degree in wildlife management from the University of Minnesota and veterinary school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Over subsequent years he worked in raptor and marine wildlife rehabilitation,… Read More »

The Other Paper joins group: Stowe Reporter buys third Chittenden County paper

The Other Paper in South Burlington is joining the Stowe Reporter newspaper family. The purchase took effect today. That brings to six the number of micro-local weekly newspapers in the Stowe Reporter group. The others are the Shelburne News; The Citizen, which covers Charlotte and Hinesburg; the Waterbury Record; and the News & Citizen of… Read More »

Green Pasture Meats closes Shelburne store

After five years in business, Green Pasture Meats is closing its retail locations in Shelburne village and in New Haven. The Shelburne store closed Friday July 20, and the New Haven store – near the company’s processing plant – is set to close July 31. Owner Mark Smith, a Shelburne resident, opened the first Green Pasture… Read More »

Shelburne resident advises nonprofits

Shelburne resident advises nonprofits

Chicago-based Ter Molen Watkins & Brandt, a national fundraising consulting firm, has expanded in the Northeast, naming Shelburne resident Meagan Downey vice president. Downey will serve nonprofits across the U.S. providing strategic philanthropic counsel and resources for sustainability. She brings two decades of nonprofit management and consulting experience and serves as Gov. Phil Scott’s appointee… Read More »

Audiology practice opens Shelburne office

Audiology practice opens Shelburne office

Keith P. Walsh, doctor of audiology, recently moved his Vermont Adirondack Audiology office from Colchester to Shelburne. A Shelburne resident, Walsh began his private practice 31 years ago in the Adirondack region of New York. Adirondack Audiology has offices in Plattsburgh, Potsdam and Saranac Lake, N.Y. Walsh is one of five doctors in the practice… Read More »

Yoga studio takes root in new Williston space

CORRECTION: This item is updated from the print edition to note that this is a second location for Yoga Roots.  Yoga Roots yoga studio has opened a second studio in Kismet Place in Williston’s Blair Park, where it will continue its donation yoga classes. An early effort already has raised $500, split between the Williston… Read More »

Talent Skatepark & Shop to close Aug. 5

Talent Skatepark & Shop to close Aug. 5

After more than 16 years in business, Talent Skatepark & Shop in South Burlington will close its doors on Aug. 5. Founders David and Hannah Deene Wood cite multiple reasons for the closure, including a growing decline in skateboarding as a sport, increased competition from online retailers, and young peoples’ technology habits. “We tried to… Read More »

Public invited to tour Kingdom Community Wind project

For the sixth summer, Green Mountain Power is offering free tours of the 21-turbine Kingdom Community Wind project in Lowell, Vt. The popular tours are open to Vermonters and tourists alike, and in previous years have drawn more than 1,200 people to the site each month. Richard Pion, chair of the Lowell Selectboard, said the… Read More »