Fire departments quell brush fire on Bostwick Road

Fire departments quell brush fire on Bostwick Road

Fire departments from Shelburne, Charlotte, and Hinesburg, as well as Shelburne police responded on the evening of May 12 to a brush fire on the train tracks off Bostwick Road in Shelburne. Fire trucks, UTVs, and pickup trucks were dispatched to put out flames that the Shelburne Fire Department said were most likely caused by […]

Munroe Brook flow restoration plan taking shape

“Without question, it’s going to be a challenge. We have to come up with a plan to do these improvements over the next 16 years,” Town Manager Joe Colangelo said. The work facing Shelburne over that 16-year time frame will be to address the impaired Munroe Brook. A three-year study on the matter was just […]

Shelburne Farmers Market adding 3Squares VT program

Shelburne Farmers Market adding 3Squares VT program

3Squares VT is a program that helps Vermonters stretch their food budgets to put three square meals a day on their tables. This year at Shelburne Farmers Market, families who qualify for 3Squares will be able to use their EBT debit card to receive tokens to spend at the market for fruits and vegetables, meat, […]

Eight new homes proposed on Irish Hill Road, DRB update

Property owner Betsy Rich and Dave Marshall of Civil Engineering Associates appeared before the Development Review Board on May 4 for a pre-application conference on a subdivision proposal. Their plan is to subdivide the Rich property on the south side of Irish Hill Road and west side of Dorset Street into nine lots, which would […]

Rick’s Field of Dreams–Shelburne: My Community

Rick’s Field of Dreams–Shelburne: My Community

A couple of years ago Walt Houlton, a longtime friend, invited me to go up in his fully restored 1941 navy trainer bi-plane. He had to assist me in getting into the front seat cockpit because of a knee issue. Walt strapped me in and put a headset on me so we could talk during […]

Water Matters event coming up in Hinesburg

Water Matters, Part 2: Getting to Clean Water without Going Broke is the next installment in a series of conversations about water and citizens’ responsibility toward maintaining and caring for the local watershed. After focusing on poor water quality conditions under current regulations on March 31, this May 24 event will focus on the new […]

The Shelburne Players announces fall audition dates

The Shelburne Players recently wrapped up its successful spring show, The Foreigner, and is now planning for its next production, the Neil Simon comedy Rumors, which is slated to open in late September. Auditions for the cast of 10 actors in Rumors are August 1 and 2 and will be directed by Jamie Polli. Rehearsals […]

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