By LAUREN READ It was North vs. South on Saturday at Castleton University and Champlain Valley Union’s Bennett Cheer helped lead the North to a 57-35 win in the Vermont senior all-star football game. St. Johnsbury quarterback Jake Cady paced the North team, going 26 of 36 for 442 yards and four touchdowns and he… Read More »
By ROSALYN GRAHAM The Shelburne Business and Professional Association had a unique start to its meeting last week, held at Wild Hart Distillery in the Artisan Village of Shelburne Green. Owner and host Craig Stevens encouraged the local business crowd to enjoy tiny tasting portions of several gins produced using the gleaming copper and steel… Read More »
By ANNE WALLACE ALLEN VTDIGGER.org A committee that studied ways of streamlining Vermont’s online business registration process — which could cost upwards of $10 million — will pass its recommendations on to the Legislature on Dec. 15. While the secretary of state’s office has an online portal in place now for business owners to use,… Read More »
Daniel Knight and Brendan Hawko from Boy Scout Troop 603 set up their Christmas tree sale on the Shelburne Parade Saturday.
The Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary on Nov. 14 honored its members who are veterans along with local veterans who helped create the Veterans Monument in Shelburne. Rotarian Colleen Haag chronicled the research and outreach that brought the monument project to reality and Rotarian Sam Feitelberg, a leader of the monument project, introduced the veterans and… Read More »
By CHEA WATERS EVANS The popular longtime head of Vermont Public Radio recently took a step outside, from the studios of VPR to the barns of Shelburne Farms. Robin Turnau, who worked for the public radio station for 25 years, is now the Chief Advancement Officer for the Shelburne nonprofit. A familiar name and voice… Read More »
The plows were brought out last Friday as snow fell in Shelburne Village and across the region. It was the first snow day for school children.
By ROSALYN GRAHAM What could we do to encourage more people to come to live in Vermont, and more business and industry to come here? If that sounds like something you’ve heard very recently, you might be surprised to know that Vermonters were asking the very same question in the mid-1800s. It was a time… Read More »
By PHYL NEWBECK As a small child growing up in the city of Rome, N.Y., Ginny Iverson’s first word was “horse.” Though she and her vocabulary grew, her equine focus has remained throughout her life. Now the executive director and head trainer of After the Track in Hinesburg, she retrains retired thoroughbreds to keep them… Read More »
By XANDER LANDEN and COLIN MEYN VTDigger.org The state has taken over a fourth residential elderly care facility owned by the Texas-based company, East Lake Capital Management, as legal proceedings over management at three other homes have been delayed. Last week, the state took over two homes for the elderly in South Burlington and one… Read More »