Waiting for spring

Waiting for spring

Snow has piled up from back-to-back storms in the past week. It’s not Adirondack-chair season yet. Temps are expected to warm into the 20s over the weekend.

Greg Ranallo: From the classroom to the trees

Greg Ranallo: From the classroom to the trees

By PHYL NEWBECK Greg Ranallo has had a love of trees since he was a boy, but after getting a master’s degree in education, he began teaching high school social studies in his native Minnesota. During summers and school breaks, he ran a tree business which he named Teacher’s Tree Service after his chosen profession.… Read More »

Book Fair supports school library

Book Fair supports school library

These Shelburne Community School fourth graders in the school library Story Portal are looking forward to the Scholastic Book Fair next week. The fair runs Monday, Feb. 4, through Friday, Feb. 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; until 8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday so kids can visit with their families. The fair will be… Read More »

News from Pierson Library

News from Pierson Library

Construction update The exterior Historic Town Hall drainage system and back-filling are complete. The cupola and portico are ready for winter, with final painting to occur in the spring. The portico brickwork will most likely be held until spring as well. Inside Town Hall, work is ongoing, including electrical, plumbing, fire protection and mechanical. New… Read More »

CVU basketball: Hoops on fire

CVU basketball: Hoops on fire

By LAUREN READ GIRLS BASKETBALL CVU 61, South Burlington 20: Champlain Valley Union girls basketball has had a big week with two big wins as they kept their streak going. On Monday night, they scored 23 points in the third quarter to pull away for a win over South Burlington. Catherine Gilwee led the way… Read More »

Spinning wheels

Spinning wheels

A tractor-trailer loses its momentum on the hill by Shelburne Museum on Monday. Multiple big rigs lost traction as frigid temperatures kept roads covered with packed snow.