Crash slows Spear St. traffic

No one was seriously injured in a two-car accident that slowed traffic to a crawl on Spear Street during the Monday late-day commute, Shelburne police said. The accident happened at about 4:45 p.m. near the Fisher Brothers Farm on Spear Street. Shelburne Police, Fire and Rescue crews responded to the scene where one car had… Read More »

Shelburne Police, Fire & Rescue

21 traffic violations 15 miscellaneous complaints 3 burglar alarm 4 medical calls 10 medical calls to retirement communities 4 directed patrols 1 accidental 911 call April 28 12:27 a.m. Police assisted Hinesburg Police with a suspicious vehicle on Ballards Corner Road. 7:45 a.m. Police checked out a report of a suspicious car parked in a… Read More »

Redhawk girls claim individual titles at state track final meet

Redhawk girls claim individual titles at state track final meet

Two Champlain Valley Union runners earned first-place finishes at the Division I high school track and field championships on Saturday at Burlington High School. Caroline Hill earned an individual title in the 200-meter run for the Redhawks, finishing in 26.79 seconds. Hill also came in second place in the 100-meter dash. Ella Whitman also came… Read More »

Baseball cut short by St. Johnsbury

No. 8 St. Johnsbury scored eight runs in the top of Saturday’s sixth inning to blow open the Division I quarterfinal game against top-seed Champlain Valley Union and pull off an 11-2 upset win. The Redhawks (16-2) held a 1-0 lead heading into the sixth inning but surrendered eight runs, then gave up three more… Read More »

Bristol teen sets sights on Vermont’s top office

Bristol teen sets sights on Vermont’s top office

By Caleigh Cross Ethan Sonneborn turned 14 on May 24. Last year, at age 13, the Bristol teenager announced his candidacy for governor of Vermont in the 2018 race. Now he’s competing with James Ehlers and Christine Hallquist for the Democratic nomination in the primary election Aug. 14, and he hopes to go on and… Read More »

CVU Football work crew scores donation

CVU Football work crew scores donation

Champlain Valley Union High School football players recently helped pack up a large customer order of mini meat sticks at the Vermont Smoke & Cure meat production facility located down the road from CVU in Hinesburg. For their efforts, company Chief Executive Tara Murphy presented the players with a $500 check to their program. Murphy,… Read More »