Fall shopping at SCHIPs

Fall shopping at SCHIPs

Like-new jeans, hounds tooth jackets, cashmere sweaters and barely-worn shoes in all sizes line the walls of a small Shelburne boutique. SCHIP’s Treasure Retail Shop, in the bright yellow historical building, has new fall items ready for the picking. The second-hand store is organized and nicely priced, Mary Candon said. “I’m not one to shop… Read More »

The dawn of a new rivalry

Story and Photos By Eli Hark The now 4-2 CVU Redhawks upset the now 2-4 Colchester Lakers 19-14 on Friday night in Colchester. Going into this game the Redhawks could make or break their season with each game moving forward. Being a 3-2 team with three games left is a dangerous place to be, but… Read More »

Locals sue Volkswagen over emissions debacle

Locals sue Volkswagen over emissions debacle

By Keith Morrill A Charlotte resident is suing Volkswagen after the automaker admitted to manufacturing and selling cars programmed to bypass emission standards. The Burlington-based law firm Downs Rachlin Martin announced on Wednesday of last week that it had a filed a class-action lawsuit against Volkswagen companies in Germany and the United States on behalf… Read More »

Charlotte winner at Shelburne Orchards Pie Fest

Charlotte winner at Shelburne Orchards Pie Fest

Shelburne Orchards is pleased to announce the winners of the 14th Annual Pie Fest.  After careful consideration by judges Emily Conn, Cally Flickinger, and Renee Seyller, Jason Miller of Charlotte won the First Place “Apple of My Eye Pie” and received $200 cash. Julie Stevenson of South Burlington won “Best Overall Appearance,” Jaclyn Major of… Read More »

Pope Francis House built for local family

Pope Francis House built for local family

By Lynn Monty A well-worn path beneath a maple tree, perfect for climbing, told a tale of energetic children who lived inside the aged mobile home. Purple morning glories covered an old shed. Potted plants lined tattered lattice. A pitched picnic table rested in the shade. These symbols of love and hope dotted the 45-year-old… Read More »

Once a scout, always a scout

Once a scout, always a scout

Shelburne resident Antoine Williams has been selected as the 2015 Distinguished Citizen Awards recipient by the Green Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America. The keynote speaker will be States Attorney T.J. Donovan. Williams is a financial planner by profession, a Kidder Medal recipient from the University of Vermont and serves on its Alumni Board of… Read More »

CVU’s Chicago: history, mystery, and jazz

CVU’s Chicago: history, mystery, and jazz

By Madison Hakey The longest running American musical on Broadway history has come to CVU this year as the fall musical. Chicago is a seductive and mysterious production based on the original play, written by reporter Maurine Watkins, about two murders she investigated in 1924. The show follows two women by the names of Velma… Read More »