News from Carpenter-Carse Library

LEGO Club Today, 3-4 p.m. Snacks, friends and tons of LEGOs to build with. Ages 5-10. Space is limited; please register. Online Resources: The Basics Friday, 6:30-8 p.m. Did you know that you can download music, listen to audio books, take a language class, conduct research using reputable print and online resources, take various educational classes, and… Read More »

Hinesburg Recreation News

For details and to register for programs, visit hinesburgrec.com. Contact the Recreation Department at hinesburgrec@gmavt.net or 482-2281 ext. 230. Youth Basketball This program is for kids in grades K-6 and is held in the Hinesburg Community School gym. K-2 teams are co-ed and focus on skills, playing in-house, age-appropriate scrimmages at stations on Saturdays. Grades… Read More »

Hinesburg residents eager for waste district to reopen drop-off center

By JOEY WALDINGER As Chittenden County’s municipal waste agency prepares to resurrect a drop-off center in Hinesburg, officials met Tuesday night with residents to get feedback on what services townspeople most want from the drop-off. The Chittenden County Solid Waste District operates trash and recycling collection centers and other waste services county-wide. The district a… Read More »

Record-setting runners

Record-setting runners

CVU cross-country team members set new records this past Saturday, winning the New England regional high school championship meet in Manchester, N.H. Left to right: Chloe Silverman, Cate Noel, Ella Whitman, Alicia Veronneau, Jasmine Nails, Sadie Holmes and Alice Larson.

Calendar

Calendar

COMMUNITY BURLINGTON City Hall Women’s Festival of Crafts Nov. 24: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 25 until 4 p.m. 29th annual. Over 50 artisan booths. City Hall, 149 Church St. womensfestivalofcrafts.com. ESSEX JUNCTION Grace United Methodist Church Christmas Craft Fair Nov. 24: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. With luncheon. 130 Maple St. Ann, 879-7943.… Read More »

Middle schoolers finish fast at cross-country finals

Middle schoolers finish fast at cross-country finals

Local runners finished well in the Vermont Middle School Cross-Country Run Championship, wrapping up a season that spanned all kinds of weather and all kinds of terrain. Matthew Servin of Charlotte, who ran for the Mater Christi team, finished second overall in the boys race, which took place on Oct. 28 at Trapp Family Lodge… Read More »

Essex defeats CVU in D-I girls volleyball title rematch

Essex defeats CVU in D-I girls volleyball title rematch

By JOSH KAUFMANN Imposing as the undefeated No. 1 seed, Essex’s size and athleticism were what doomed Champlain Valley Union’s valiant and intense effort to win the rivals’ third straight finals meeting. The Redhawks had won the inaugural Vermont Principals Association girls volleyball tournament over Essex, and were looking to avenge the Hornets’ 2018 finals… Read More »

Three finals – three titles for Redhawks boys volleyball

Three finals – three titles for Redhawks boys volleyball

By JOSH KAUFMANN The Redhawk boys dropped their first set of the season but dominated from the service line and at the net the rest of the afternoon, remaining Vermont’s only boys volleyball state champion with their third straight title in a 3-1 victory over Lyndon Institute on Saturday at St. Michael’s College. The Vikings… Read More »

Vermont’s 16-day rifle deer season starts this Saturday

Vermont’s 16-day rifle deer season begins this Saturday, Nov. 10, and ends Sunday, Nov. 25, and wildlife officials say they expect hunters’ chances to be good. “There are more deer in Vermont than there have been in recent years, with the greatest numbers of deer found in the southwestern and northwestern regions of the state,”… Read More »