Pollinate This! Adams exhibits at Birds of Vermont Museum

Pollinate This! Adams exhibits at Birds of Vermont Museum

Thirty-four artists and photographers are exhibiting their work in the Pollinate This! exhibit at the Birds of Vermont Museum in Huntington. According to organizers, the art show asks the question, “How can art explore, examine and express pollination, metaphorically and otherwise?” Miriam Adams of Hinesburg is one of the artists exhibiting at the Pollinate This!… Read More »

State orders unlicensed entities to cease-and-desist insurance calls

The Vermont Department of Financial Regulation issued a cease-and-desist order July 31 against four entities and one individual alleged to be violating state law by deceptively marketing and soliciting unlicensed health insurance to Vermonters. The order requires the following respondents to immediately stop soliciting or offering the unlicensed health insurance in Vermont: Vermont Alliance for… Read More »

Calendar

Calendar

COMMUNITY BURLINGTON The Intervale Center Summervale Aug. 15, 22, 29: 5:30-8 p.m. 16th annual. Free admission. Local food and music festival, children’s activities. Cash only event. No pets or alcohol. Limited parking. intervale.org/summervale 180 Intervale Road. American Heart Association CycleNation Aug 15: 4:30-8:30 p.m. 5 p.m. welcome. 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Cycling. 7:30 to 8:30… Read More »

Charlotte Rec officials seek tips on Aug. 5 vandalism

The Charlotte Recreation Department is seeking information about another act of vandalism at the Charlotte Town Beach. Bill Fraser-Harris, chair of the Recreation Commission, said someone cut down the posts and the chains at the gate to the upper parking lot. The damage was discovered on Aug. 5. “I can’t imagine why somebody would do… Read More »

Annual rabies bait drop begins

Annual rabies bait drop begins

The 23rd annual Rabies Bait Drop, a cooperative effort between the State of Vermont and U.S. De-partment of Agriculture Wildlife Services to stop the spread of rabies, began Aug. 11. The bait drop is part of a nationally coordinated effort to halt the fatal disease. “Timing and duration of the air drop is dependent on… Read More »

Hinesburg Police Log

Aug. 3 10:50 a.m. An officer conducted a VIN check on Commerce Street. 12:30 p.m. An officer responded to a citizen dispute on Route 116. 8 p.m. Erratic operation was reported on Pond Road. Aug. 4 5:45 p.m. An officer responded to Route 116 for a vehicle lockout. 5:50 p.m. Suspicious activity was reported on… Read More »

What’s in the water: Charlotte boater, entrepreneur takes lead on testing for cyanobacteria

What’s in the water: Charlotte boater, entrepreneur takes lead on testing for cyanobacteria

JULIA BAILEY-WELLS Community News Service Mike Dunbar has been boating on Lake Champlain since 1997, and lately, he’s decided to take steps on his own to be sure that the water is safe. The Charlotte resident and entrepreneur is in the process of becoming the first U.S. distributor of the BlueGreen Test, a home cyanobacteria… Read More »

Seeing spots: The sandpipers that like lakes

Seeing spots: The sandpipers that like lakes

LAURIE D. MORRISSEY If there’s one place you’d expect to see a sandpiper, it’s on the sand. However, there is one member of this family of shorebirds that prefers streamside to surfside. Almost any time you go for a paddle, you are likely to see small brown birds skimming low across the water with stiff,… Read More »

Mace leaving VSBA for law firm

Nicole Mace will be stepping down as the Executive Director of the Vermont School Boards Association in November 2019 to join a law firm in Burlington where her practice will focus on general education and special education law. Mace joined the Vermont School Boards Association in 2011 as the director of legal and policy services… Read More »

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