Rotary Club is rallying students to help ‘Get Out The Vote’

Voters in the towns of Shelburne, Charlotte, and Hinesburg should be prepared to be assailed with messages urging them to remember to vote, as a result of a Get out The Vote Poster Contest being organized by Charlotte-Shelburne Rotary Club. The Rotary was inspired to create the contest because of the low voter turnout in […]

Lamprey treatments not yet scheduled

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced this week that lampricide treatment of the LaPlatte River will not begin before Nov. 2. Treatment is weather-dependent, and plans are in place to apply the lampricide sometime this fall.

Donate your used shoes and support dogs that need homes

Donate your used shoes and support dogs that need homes

Donate your new or gently used shoes now through Nov. 5 at Burlington Bedrooms on Shelburne Road in Shelburne and support adoptable dogs at Golden Huggs Rescue in Waitsfield. All gently used shoes are accepted. To view adoptable dogs, go to The organization’s mission is to find loving homes for displaced, abandoned, or stray […]

Voter information for Charlotte and Hinesburg

Voter registration ends Nov. 2 at 5pm The last day to register to vote for the General Election is Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 5pm.  The General Election is Nov. 8. The Town encourages anyone who registered through the Motor Vehicle Voter System to check with the town clerk’s office before the deadline to make sure […]

News from Hinesburg Parks & Rec

Register with the Hinesburg Recreation Department (HRD).  NEW online registration For questions, contact HRD at or 482-2281 x 230 After-School Horseback Riding Enjoy horseback riding lessons with Kim Johansen at Livery Stables. Lessons are for beginning to early intermediate riders. Kim and staff will instruct children on basic horse care, tacking, feeding, watering. […]

Meg Berlin – A vote for Dave Zuckerman

A vote for Dave Zuckerman I support Sen.  Dave Zuckerman for Lt. Governor for his work and position on many issues, including his thoughtful approach on an issue that concerns us all: taxes. I’ve known him for more than 15 years and watched him as a young legislator when he was just starting out and […]

Kathy Beyer – Sue Minter for Governor

Sue Minter for Governor I have known Sue Minter for over 16 years and I had the good fortune to work with her in state government. Sue is fair, committed and hardworking. She cares for all Vermonters. Sue takes a balanced approach to all matters in her life. I hope that you will join me […]

Charlotte and hinesburg Town Meetings

Charlotte Meetings Nov. 3: Planning commission 7pm Nov. 8: Trails committee 7pm Nov. 9: Energy commission Nov. 14: Charlotte Land Trust 8am Nov. 14: Selectboard meeting 7pm Nov. 17: Planning commission 7pm Nov. 22: Conservation commission Nov. 28: Selectboard meeting 7pm Hinesburg Meetings Affordable Housing Committee: 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm. Agency Request […]

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