Town wants feedback on Bay Road pilot project

Town wants feedback on Bay Road pilot project

The Two-Way Traffic Pilot Project just passed the six-month mark. A report on the project is to be presented before the Selectboard shortly, and the Town of Shelburne is seeking residents’ opinions. The current project is the second to address the underpass. Both this and the previous incarnation were created with assistance from the Chittenden… Read More »

Afghanistan visitors meet with Town Manager

Afghanistan visitors meet with Town Manager

Recently, Shelburne’s Town Offices were the setting for an international visit. A group of visitors from Afghanistan met with Town Manager Joe Colangelo on May 15 as part of a professional exchange program. This was not the first time that such a group had come to visit. The program, which is offered by the U.S.… Read More »

Donald Condon featured speaker for Memorial Day

Donald Condon featured speaker for Memorial Day

Shelburne’s Donald Condon is the featured speaker for Shelburne’s Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 29 at 11am at the Veterans Memorial. In addition, the Boy Scouts will be participating in the ceremony by passing out the programs, presenting the colors, and leading the salute to the flag. The Shelburne Community School Wind Ensemble will… Read More »

Redhawks recap

Redhawks recap

Girls Lacrosse The Champlain Valley girls lacrosse team fell twice over the weekend, losing to South Burlington on Friday night, then to Rice on Saturday afternoon. On Friday, the Redhawks (5-6) dropped a close 13-9 matchup with South Burlington. Lydia Maitland had four goals to lead CVU, while Jenna Baginski, Gabby Booth, Kelsie Saia, Mia… Read More »

Call local Helpline for answers to gardening questions

Call local Helpline for answers to gardening questions

By Beret Halverson Help is only a free phone call away for home gardeners planning a garden, concerned about pest control, or searching for suitable cultivars for their plant hardiness zone. The University of Vermont Extension Master Gardener Helpline is open for calls from Vermont and northern New Hampshire gardeners four days a week. Questions… Read More »

Dog Park’s fate remains uncertain

Dog Park’s fate remains uncertain

Shelburne Dog Park has been in the spotlight recently due to environmental issues. The spot, which is popular with many area residents and their canines, has been a point of concern in recent weeks as the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation has suggested that the park is located on a Class II wetland and may… Read More »

CVU students produce play, showing at Flynn this weekend

CVU students produce play, showing at Flynn this weekend

Julia Kitonis is ambitious, thoughtful, and has a keen understanding of the importance of art as a catalyst for connection. Through the Nexus program at Champlain Valley Union high school, where she is a senior, she and her friend and fellow student Caroline Pastore have produced a play that is performed in two languages simultaneously—English… Read More »

Crop Cash benefits extended to 3SquaresVT beneficiaries in Shelburne, Charlotte and Hinesburg

Crop Cash benefits extended to 3SquaresVT beneficiaries in Shelburne, Charlotte and Hinesburg

3SquaresVT helps Vermonters stretch their food budgets and put three square meals a day on their tables. There are currently over 81,000 Vermonters who receive 3SquaresVT benefits, and some of them live in Shelburne, Charlotte, and Hinesburg. Effective May 1, Vermonters can use their 3SquaresVT benefits at the Shelburne Farmers Market, and they will be… Read More »

H2HT brings desks to students

H2HT brings desks to students

By Linda Gilbert For 13 years, Hands to Honduras-Tela (H2HT) has provided significant service to the Tela community. We appreciate the wonderful people and the interesting culture, and we know and accept that nothing is really easy in Honduras. Through our many successful humanitarian activities, we have developed good relationships because we come with a… Read More »

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