Selectboard still to discuss next steps in court case against Vt. Railway

By Mike Donoghue A discussion among the Shelburne Selectboard last week regarding possible next steps in the court case involving Vermont Railway was postponed after the chairman was taken ill, cutting short the board’s meeting time. The topic is on the agenda for the selectboard’s meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The board met all day last Wednesday with town government… Read More »

December 14 Calendar

COMMUNITY Homeward Bound Lights of Love Tree Lighting Ceremony & Open House Dec. 19 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Addison County’s Humane Society. Share your holiday cheer with shelter animals, enjoy seasonal delights, and participate in a tree lighting ceremony to honor the animals that have enhanced your life. Purchase lights in memory or… Read More »

All in a day’s work

All in a day’s work

Shelburne Fire Department along with crews from four other local departments responded to a house fire on Bacon Drive Tuesday morning. A combination of high winds and the “improper disposal of smoking material” led to 189 Bacon Drive catching fire, according to John Goodrich, deputy fire chief. One resident was home and was notified by… Read More »

Community rallies for Bread and Butter Farm

Community rallies for Bread and Butter Farm

Beloved for its burger nights and well known for its beef and vegetable CSA shares, Bread and Butter Farm on Leduc Farm Road in Shelburne is a community hub. Supportive of their neighbors in many ways, the proprietors of the farm, Corie Pierce and Chris Dorman, are now feeling that support come back to them… Read More »

Eagle Scout projects have a big impact

Eagle Scout projects have a big impact

by Mary Ann Lickteig Eagle Scout projects are dotted all over Shelburne, and thanks to Shelburne Boy Scout Troop 602, four new ones are nearing completion. • Nate Brangan rehabilitated and rebuilt a quarter mile of Clarke Trail in Shelburne Bay Park. • Nathaniel Mick designed and coordinated the construction of four benches for Bay… Read More »

Parks & Rec News

Youth Basketball Deadline is Nov. 17 Basketball season is just around the corner. Kids in grades 1-8 can sign up for this popular recreational program that emphasizes the basics of the sport, teamwork, and sportsmanship. This is a non-competitive league with one scheduled practice a week and games on Saturdays. Grades 1-2 are co-ed, and will… Read More »

Mater Christi School cross-country runners finish on top of State championship list

Student runners at Mater Christi School finished a successful fall season by winning the Vermont Middle School Cross-Country Run Championship with a 20-point lead in the boys division and claiming a fourth-place victory in the girls division. The championships were held Saturday, at Trapp Family Lodge in, Stowe, with 27 teams and more than 400… Read More »