Shelburne Pediatrics welcomes new doctor

Shelburne Pediatrics welcomes new doctor

Dr. Jeanne Kellner of Shelburne Pediatrics has added Dr. Leah Flore to her longtime practice in Shelburne. A graduate of the University of Vermont with a degree in nursing, Flore worked on her Master’s Degree through the University of Phoenix and completed both her Master’s Degree and nurse practitioner education at the University of Vermont. She is board… Read More »

Ritchie E. Berger featured in Benchmark Litigation 2015 as a Litigation Star

Shelburne resident Ritchie E. Berger of Dinse, Knapp & McAndrew has been featured in Benchmark Litigation 2015 as a litigation Star for his outstanding work in litigation. The results of Benchmark Litigation stem from the culmination of a six-month research period where researchers conduct extensive interviews with litigators and their clients to identify the leading… Read More »

Psychotherapy practice opens in Shelburne

Psychotherapy practice opens in Shelburne

Last month Joanne Wolfe, MA, MEd. opened a new psychotherapy practice in Shelburne. After 12 years at Fletcher Allen Health Care University Pediatrics, Wolfe, a Charlotte resident, is excited to have a practice of her own. “I chose Shelburne for its location, charm, community services, and nice people,” she informed. As a clinical psychologist, Wolfe… Read More »

Do local businesses cash in from green transportation?

Do local businesses cash in from green transportation?

Learn how economic development, consumer spending, and travel behavior are impacted by new walking and biking infrastructure at a presentation by Dr. Kelly Clifton on Nov. 4 from 4- 5:30pm in the Sugar Maple Ballroom at the Davis Center in Burlington. Clifton will present recent research conducted in Portland, Ore. that connects policies and decisions… Read More »

VermontObits.org offers free obituary posting service

VermontObits.org offers free obituary posting service

Hinesburg attorney Roger Kohn established a new website, www.VermontObits.org, to post and share Vermont obituaries after a conversation with his wife. “During our discussion I realized that that there was no one place to find out who died in Vermont. I thought a website that would help family, friends, and neighbors locate their loved ones… Read More »

The apple cake cook-off winner is…

The apple cake cook-off winner is…

Chef Courtney Contos of Chef Contos Kitchen & Store (CCKS) recently held her last cook-off event of 2014 on Saturday, Oct. 11 in Shelburne. This round’s theme: apple cake. Alise Certa took first place with her French apple cake with vanilla butter sauce, and was awarded a $120 toward a cooking class for her efforts;… Read More »

American Stonecraft partners with Shelburne Farms

Anyone who has tried to plant a flowerbed in New England knows about the region’s infamously rocky soil. It is also true that most anyone who drives down a New England road will see quintessential stone walls winding landscape. Some people, however, are not aware of how closely at these two New England characteristics are… Read More »

Avoid these scary investment moves

Avoid these scary investment moves

by Bill Root Whether you have young children or not, you’re probably well aware that Halloween is almost here. However, despite the plethora of skeletons and ghosts you might see floating around this week, you probably don’t have much to fear (except, possibly, running out of candy). But in real life, some things genuinely are… Read More »

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