Hinesburg Police Log

July 8 12:23 a.m. An officer was called out for multiple people observed behind a residence south of the village on 116. The area was checked and no one was found. 8:09 a.m. An officer responded to Shelburne Falls Road to assist Hinesburg First Response with a medical call. 3:03 p.m. A resident from Lyman… Read More »

Sex offender released into Burlington

Sex offender released into Burlington

The Vermont Department of Corrections announced that it on Wednesday was to release into the Burlington area a sex offender who has served a prison term for stalking a minor girl in 2014. Ryan Donald Aldrich, 46, will living at a Burlington motel, according to Department of Corrections personnel. The stalking offense was not his… Read More »

Charlotte Library News

Upcoming at the library Summer story time Reading fun at Adam’s Berry Farm Tuesdays, July 24 & 31 at 9:30 a.m. Meet us t the farm for a summer of berries, great stories, gardening and busy activities. All ages are welcome. Rock out at Preschool Story Time Fridays, June 29-July 27 at 10:30 a.m.: drop… Read More »

S.D. Ireland hits a winning streak as All-Stars finish

S.D. Ireland hits a winning streak as All-Stars finish

A 5-1 week for S.D. Ireland has the Legion baseball team closing in on a .500 record. S.D. Ireland (13-16) captured five wins in a row last week before falling to the O.E.C. Kings 10-0 on Monday night. S.D. Ireland kick-started the win streak on Wednesday, topping Franklin County 4-3. Liam Reiner allowed three hits… Read More »

Calendar

Calendar

COMMUNITY BURLINGTON Burlington City Arts Festival of Fools Aug. 3-5: 11th annual Festival of Fools street performance festival in downtown Burlington. Entertainment on four stages on Church Street Marketplace, in City Hall Park, Red Square and Vermont Comedy Club. More than 100 performances featuring acrobats, circus arts, quirky comedy, diverse music and more. All ages.… Read More »

Farm to Ballet returns to Shelburne Farms Saturday

Farm to Ballet returns to Shelburne Farms Saturday

Farm to Ballet, the uniquely Vermont production that brings together dancers, musicians, farmers and food returns to Shelburne Farms for a fourth summer July 14. The performance at 6:30 p.m. on the lawn adjacent the Breeding Barn will be one of eight by the dance company held at farms across the state this summer. Produced… Read More »

Police divers find body of lost kayaker

By Lisa Scagliotti and Madeline Hughes Vermont State Police divers using sonar discovered the body Wednesday of a New Jersey man who was missing since July 2 when his kayak capsized on Lake Champlain. The Vermont chief medical examiner’s office completed an autopsy today and identified the remains as those of Eric Plett of Weehawken,… Read More »

UVM hospital says strike won’t disrupt most patient services

UVM hospital says strike won’t disrupt most patient services

By Mike Faher VTDigger.org University of Vermont Medical Center leaders say they have a “comprehensive plan” that will keep most hospital services unaffected if unionized nurses go on a 48-hour strike starting today. The hospital has made some concessions for a work stoppage: Administrators say they’ve postponed 68 elective surgeries that had been scheduled for today and… Read More »

Author reads from new poetry collection

Vermont author Eileen Rockefeller will read from her 2017 collection of poems, titled “Space Between,” Friday at Shelburne Farms. The poems follow her 2013 memoir, “Being a Rockefeller, Becoming Myself.” The new pieces offer insight into private relationships with people, nature, and spirit. Rockefeller, the youngest daughter of David and Peggy Rockefeller, is a great-granddaughter… Read More »