Police charge Shelburne man with DUI

After a traffic stop on Shelburne Road early last Thursday morning, Shelburne Police cited Xavier Dimaggio, 40, of Shelburne, for Driving Under the Influence. Police said they stopped Dimaggio near the intersection with Green Mountain Drive in South Burlington at 1:20 a.m. after he failed to stop at a red light. Police also said Dimaggio’s… Read More »

Shelburne Halloween Parade and activities Oct. 28

The annual Shelburne Halloween Parade, presented by the Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary, begins at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28. Floats will line up at Shelburne Shopping Park at 12:45 p.m. The fun continues until 4:30 p.m. with trick-or-treating, carnival games, and a costume contest sponsored by Pierson Library in the Town Center Gym. Bring a canned-food donation for… Read More »

Shelburne Farms workers fall ill after ingesting marijuana-laced candy

Two employees of Shelburne Farms were treated at a Burlington hospital after they unsuspectedly ate marijuana-laced chocolates left behind by guests, according to Shelburne Police. Police and rescue responded to the Inn at Shelburne Farms about 10:22 a.m. last Wednesday after a report that an employee had become ill and was lying in the parking lot, Officer… Read More »

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State Notes

Senate rejects Gov. Scott’s labor board nominee The Vermont Senate has rejected the controversial nomination of a retired utility executive to the state Labor Relations Board. Senators on Saturday refused to confirm Gov. Phil Scott’s nomination of Karen O’Neill, whom the governor had named to serve as a “neutral” member on the six-member labor relations… Read More »

They’re back!

They’re back!

A pair of osprey have returned to Shelburne and were spotted atop a nesting platform on a pole along Bostwick Road last weekend. Osprey along with peregrine falcons and loons have recovered enough to be removed from the engendered list in Vermont. Look for more migratory birds appearing as spring takes hold.

Town officials consider equipment contracts for space atop water tank

Town officials consider equipment contracts for space atop water tank

The Shelburne Selectboard and Water Commission entered into executive session Tuesday night to discuss contracts for placing cellular antennas on the south water tank in Shelburne. For decades, the town has contracted with cellular service providers to use the top of the tank to install antennas. The proposal officials are now considering is whether to… Read More »

Sign of spring

Sign of spring

Photo by Stephen Mease Photography Anya Wolfe, 14 months, visits the Shelburne Farms lamb barn last weekend and made some new friends. Anya’s moms Lynn Wolfe and Mary Claire Walsh work at the farm’s Market Garden.

It’s officially Chief Noble now

It’s officially Chief Noble now

Aaron Noble was sworn in as Shelburne Police Chief last Thursday at a ceremony at Shelburne Museum attended by about 100 community members including Boy Scouts, town officials, police, fire and rescue department members, family and friends. Above, Town Clerk Diana Vachon administers the oath of office to Noble while his wife, Gennifer Noble, looks… Read More »

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