Op-Ed — Town manager announces pick for Shelburne’s next police chief

I am pleased to announce that Aaron Noble has accepted the job of police chief for the town of Shelburne. Aaron’s new professional adventure starts today, Feb. 1. Chief Noble has worked for Shelburne’s Police Department for more than 25 years. In 1995, he was promoted to corporal. In July, he assumed the role of… Read More »

Joan Lenes: Thank you

After serving as a school board member for the last 26 years, I have chosen to not seek re-election. It has been an honor, privilege and pleasure and I have learned more than I could have imagined from my involvement. The role of a school board member is to develop policy and hire a skilled… Read More »

Colleen Haag Public Service Award nominations

The Colleen Haag Public Service Award will be awarded to a Shelburne resident at town meeting on March 5 to recognize outstanding dedication and service to the community. Town Manager Joe Colangelo is collecting nominations through Feb. 9. To nominate someone, write a short letter listing the individual and your reason for nominating. Email the… Read More »

Gap year programs, yes or no?

By Sarah Soule As area seniors put the finishing touches on their college applications and prepare for graduation in June, some students are contemplating the idea of a gap year prior to pursuing higher education. Many students feel ready to head straight to college upon completing their high school studies while others opt to take… Read More »

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