Diamond Island Regatta raises over $1,000 for Maritime Museum

Diamond Island Regatta raises over $1,000 for Maritime Museum

The fourth annual Diamond Island Regatta drew a record 30 boats on Saturday, Aug. 20, a nearly perfect day for sailing on Lake Champlain with sunshine and a brisk south wind. Again this year, the benefit race, sponsored by the Royal Savage Yacht Club (RSYC) and Point Bay Marina (PBM), helped raise more than $1,000 […]

Hinesburg Friends of Families playgroups restarts in September

Hinesburg Friends of Families playgroups restarts in September

Friends of Families offers all kinds of resources and learning opportunities at playgroups throughout the year; field trips, early literacy, introductions to music and yoga, infant massage, and a child development mini workshop have been some of our free offerings in the past. The organization has some new activities planned for this year as well. […]

Route 7 reconstruction updates

East Thompson’s Point Road to the Charlotte Berry Farm Crews will continue constructing the detour for the spring 2017 work. 5866 Ethan Allen Highway to East Thompson’s Point Road Crews will continue reconstructing Route 7 where the detour was located. Existing material is being removed and replaced with new select material. Crews may start installing new […]

Letters to the Editor

Thank you from Mike Yantachka Thank you for your support in the Democratic primary election. When I first ran for State Representative six years ago, I promised to be available and responsive to you, to keep you informed and to support the values we Vermonters hold dear: a clean and safe environment, a high quality […]

News from Hinesburg Parks & Rec

Next meeting is Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 7pm in the first floor conference room at Town Hall. HRD Youth Soccer registration is OPEN. Sign up now at HRD’s NEW online registration at www.hinesburgrec.com. Soccer coach’s meeting and clinic is set for Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 6pm at Town Hall. Clinic is sponsored by GPS Soccer. […]

New network focuses on creating a culture of clean water

by Barry Lampke In 2005, author David Foster Wallace recounted the following tale at his Kenyon College commencement address: there are two young fish swimming along, and they happen to meet an older fish swimming the other way, who nods at them and says, “Morning, boys. How’s the water?” And the two young fish swim […]

Hinesburg 4-H Club at Addison County Fair and Field Days

Hinesburg 4-H Club at Addison County Fair and Field Days

By 4-H Club reporter Corinna Hobbs The Addison county fair provides many opportunities for 4-H’ers to show their passion. 4-H’ers can show their creativity and love of art in the 4-H Hall. In the 4-H Hall, any craft, drawing, needle work, sewing, photo, poster, or tabletop can be displayed. At the Addison fair, there are […]

Agenda Charlotte Selectboard

Selectboard Agendas for Aug. 25, 29 & 30 Reasonable accommodation shall be provided upon request to ensure this meeting is accessible to all individuals regardless of disability. Times are approximate: Thursday Aug. 25 – Town Hall 1pm-3pm Performance review of Town employees (executive session is likely; public may comment before or after the executive session) […]

35th Annual Vergennes Day this weekend

Vergennes Day, a celebration of city and community, celebrates its 35th year starting this Friday, Aug. 26 through Saturday, Aug. 27. Event schedule Bandstand 10-11am     Vergennes City Band 11:15-11:45am     Mark LaVoie 12-1pm     Simply Acoustic 1-1:15pm     Booked for Bikes 1:30-3pm     LC Jazz In City Green 9am     Little City 5K and 10K […]

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