Sherry Senior: Finding a space for art

Sherry Senior: Finding a space for art

For almost two decades, Sherry Senior had a career as a decorative painter but recently, she decided to branch out. Senior was looking for new studio space when the building that once housed Jane McKnight’s Shelburne law office became available. She jumped at the opportunity and opened Roadhouse Studios in October. Its name comes from… Read More »

Redhawk Recap

Redhawk Recap

BOYS BASKETBALL The Champlain Valley Union High School boys basketball team went down to the wire with visiting South Burlington on Monday night, with the Redhawks emerging with a 58-54 win. Graham Walker had 14 points to lead the way for the Redhawks (4-2), who led by two with under 30 seconds to play and… Read More »

What if I just … ouch!

What if I just … ouch!

Benjamin Carney, 5, of Shelburne, just had to see what would happen if he tried to taste the snow on the railing. Sister Caroline, 3, watches his experiment last week. Don’t worry. Mom says he’s fine. And he probably won’t do that again. The weekend forecast calls for some even colder temperatures than we’ve seen… Read More »

The Schoolhouse continues its Kwanzaa tradition

The Schoolhouse continues its Kwanzaa tradition

By Liz Shayne In a decades-long tradition, elementary and middle school students, teachers, families and alumni of The Schoolhouse in South Burlington kicked off the December holiday season with the school’s annual Kwanzaa ceremony. The celebration marked the end of three weeks of study of African-American culture and individual traditions and values. Kwanzaa is a… Read More »

January 4 Calendar

January 4 Calendar

COMMUNITY BURLINGTON Champlain Valley Prostate Cancer Support Group Jan. 9 from 6 to 8 p.m. Dr. Mark Plante, Chief of Urology at the University of Vermont Medical Center will be the speaker. The group is designed for cancer patients, their spouses, caregivers, as well as survivors who were successfully treated for the disease. At Hope… Read More »

Travis Hart: Small-town practitioner helps athletes and others reach their peak

Travis Hart: Small-town practitioner helps athletes and others reach their peak

Travis Hart jokes that he and his wife Sarah Harkins are “a traditional chiropractic couple,” ticking off the names of other husband-wife duos who work together in practices across Vermont. Hart and Harkins started Vermont Chiropractic and Sports Medicine in Hinesburg in November 2009. A year and a half ago, they opened an additional smaller… Read More »

Winter manure spreading ban is on

Winter manure spreading ban is on

The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets reminds all state farm operations that the annual winter manure-spreading ban is underway. No manure or other agricultural wastes including compost and spoiled feed may be spread on farm fields in Vermont through April 1. Farmers must either have a storage structure capable of holding all manure,… Read More »