CVU football suffers defeat in season opener

CVU football suffers defeat  in season opener

By Michael Regan Champlain Valley Union (CVU) suffered a tough defeat, 46-19, to Colchester in the first game of the season last Saturday Aug. 30 at the high school in Hinesburg.  Overall, it was a rough day for the Redhawks, but there were standout performances on both sides of the ball. Quarterback Andrew Bortnick led… Read More »

Shelburne Museum offers American painting symposium

Shelburne Museum offers American painting symposium

Vermont’s world-renowned Shelburne Museum will highlight its acclaimed collection of American paintings with a special, full-day symposium on Saturday, Sept. 20 including tours of the museum’s installation of American paintings (Painting A Nation: American Art at Shelburne Museum), discussions, and lectures. Noted scholars participating in the day’s discussions and gallery tours include Carol Troyen, the… Read More »

Vermont Stage Company’s 21st season announced, collaboration with Shelburne native Greg Pierce continues

Vermont Stage Company’s 21st season announced, collaboration with Shelburne native Greg Pierce continues

Vermont Stage Company will celebrate its 21st season as Burlington’s premier professional theatre company with an inspired selection of notable new plays. “Last season we took a look back as we celebrated our 20th Anniversary. Now we charge into our next 20 years by delivering the best in cutting-edge contemporary American playwriting. This season includes… Read More »

Shelburne 9/10 All Stars reign in pool play

The Shelburne 9/10 All-Star team is off to a great start to the season. The team dominated opponents (Charlotte 19-1, North Burlington 11-1, South Burlington 1-0, and Burlington American 12-8) to go 4-0 in pool play and advance to the Vermont District 1 Double Elimination Tournament hosted by non-other than Shelburne Little League. The All… Read More »

By Chea Waters Evans In January 2013, Shelburne police discovered a stallion and two mares in a local barn; they were obviously neglected. Willie, Dolly, and Lolly were covered in lice, nearly blind, and barely able to walk. Thanks to the efforts of Spring Hill Horse Rescue in Clarendon, Vt., the three horses are recovering… Read More »

Boating infrastructure grants available

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is now accepting applications to fund projects that will help improve boating facilities in Vermont. Grants are given out for marina improvement projects that directly benefit transient boaters, or boaters that stay at one slip for 10 days or less. Funding for the grants comes from the U.S. Fish &… Read More »

The Flynn Garden Tour is July 13

This year’s Flynn Garden tour, organized by Friends of the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, will be held on Sunday, July 13 from 10am-3pm and will feature six properties in Williston that offer a little bit of everything, gardens great and small, suburban and country, meadow and woodland. Now in its 18th year, organizers… Read More »

VNCC hosts golf tournament for worthy cause

Looking for a great day of golf on the most beautiful golf course in Vermont? Then join Partners In Adventure (PIA) for a day of sunshine and fun for a special cause. Vermont National Country Club will host the Seventh Annual Golf Classic on Monday, July 21. There will be a box lunch with substantial… Read More »