PARKS and REC NEWS

*New* Spring Fling Dance for Ages 55+: Saturday, May 30 from 6–8pm at the Shelburne Town Gym. Come join us for a fun evening dancing to your favorite tunes from the 40s through the 70s! Bring your friends and spread the word as non-residents are welcome too! Cost is $10 per person at the door, cash… Read More »

News from the Pierson Library

Tonight! The Friends of the Pierson Library will be meeting at 6:30pm. If you would like to join the friends and help with their annual book sale benefiting the library or other projects, please feel free to attend. Share your ideas, enthusiasm, and energy. Saturday: The Middle Grade Maker Space group will meet again at… Read More »

Gov. Shumlin appoints Shelburne’s Tom Little as independent counsel; Little addresses campaign finance complaint against Bill Sorrell

Gov. Shumlin appoints Shelburne’s Tom Little as independent counsel; Little addresses campaign finance complaint against Bill Sorrell

Working with Vermont’s States Attorneys, Gov. Peter Shumlin has appointed attorney Tom Little of Shelburne as independent counsel to look into the campaign finance related complaint against Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell. Little will work with and report findings to an eight-member, bipartisan group of States Attorneys that make up a Campaign Finance Review Committee.… Read More »

Wind Ridge Publishing prints in VT

Wind Ridge Publishing finally did it. As a publisher of two local newspapers, Wind Ridge understands that the impact its production has on the environment needs to be handled with care, and considering local options should also be a priority in any line of work. In an effort to align with that message, Wind Ridge… Read More »