Bay Road underpass pilot project begins

Bay Road underpass pilot project begins

The Town of Shelburne and the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) are currently conducting a pilot program at the Bay Road underpass. The stop signs positioned at either end of the underpass are designed to create a single-lane alternating flow of traffic which is addressing the safety concerns for motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists who… Read More »

CVU recognized for excellence in global education

CVU recognized for excellence in global education

Champlain Valley Union High School was recently recognized nationally for excellence in global education by EF High School Exchange Year, a high school exchange program. The award was presented to CVU Principal Adam Bunting and Board Chair Polly Malik at a recent school board meeting. The EF High School Exchange Year Global Education Excellence Award… Read More »

52 Kids and Endeavour Middle School form partnership

52 Kids and Endeavour Middle School form partnership

Last October, Frank Woitera from Uganda met with the students at the Endeavour Middle School in Shelburne. John Koernor of Charlotte, and a director of the 52 Kids Foundation, joined Frank as he spoke to the middle school children. Also attending was Camille Bartsch, a current high school senior and resident of Shelburne, and a… Read More »

Buccaneers youth football addresses concussion issue head on

Buccaneers youth football addresses concussion issue head on

Spring sports aren’t even over yet, but it’s already time to sign up for fall Buccaneers football, the program for youth players in Charlotte, Hinesburg, Shelburne, St. George, and Williston. Some parents worry about their children playing football because of recent discoveries about the long-term mental and physical consequences of concussions; because of this attention,… Read More »

Shelburne vs Vermont Railway hearing ends

Shelburne vs Vermont Railway hearing ends

The US District Court trial pitting the town of Shelburne against Vermont Railway ended on Friday, May 20. Judge William K. Sessions gave lawyers for both parties ten days to submit any further legal memoranda they want considered in the case. After he receives all that information he will make his decision on whether or… Read More »

A lover of the soil and growing things: Shelburne’s best known gardener

A lover of the soil and growing things: Shelburne’s best known gardener

Long before supermarkets and farmers markets, many families in Shelburne not only planted flowers, they also had vegetable gardens and berry bushes. By August, vegetables and fruits came fresh from the garden to the table—warm sun-ripened tomatoes, corn, green beans, cucumbers, yellow and green squash. Homemade raspberry, blackberry and blueberry pies were part of the… Read More »

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