Redhawks fall to St. Johnsbury

Redhawks fall to St. Johnsbury

By Michael Regan For football fans that enjoy offense, this was the game for you. Champlain Valley Union (CVU) lost to the high-powered passing attack of St. Johnsbury Academy last Saturday afternoon in a real barn burner. CVU amassed more than 400 yards of offense and 6 touchdowns in a losing effort, lowering their record… Read More »

CVU student shines at Regional Dairy Show

CVU student shines at Regional Dairy Show

Vermont had a strong showing at the 4-H dairy show at Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield, Mass., capturing championship awards in every breed competition in conformation as well as in fitting and showmanship. Thirty-four Vermont 4-H’ers competed at the regional show held Sept. 11-14. In the fitting and showmanship contest, several junior and senior… Read More »

Buccaneers celebrate tenth season

Buccaneers celebrate tenth season

The Chittenden South Supervisory Union (CSSU) Buccaneers, a youth football program operated for the benefit of the kids in the CSSU school district, celebrate their 10th season with a photo at Palmers Field last week. A total of 121 boys from the towns of Charlotte, Hinesburg, Shelburne, Williston, and St. George practice at Palmers Field,… Read More »

UVM lacrosse staff hosts prospect clinics

The University of Vermont men’s lacrosse coaching staff will host fall prospect clinics on Sunday, Oct. 5 and Sunday, Oct. 19 at Vermont’s athletic campus. The clinics, held from 9am-5:30, will be limited to 45 players each, and are open to all high school age players for a fee of $125. Players will work with… Read More »

Charlotte teen named to Carleton College football team

Charlotte teen named to Carleton College football team

Bennett Cazayoux of Charlotte was named to the Carleton College football team for the 2014 season. He is a graduate of Champlain Valley High School and is currently a first-year student at Carleton. Carleton is coached by Bob Pagel, who is in his second season as head coach and eleventh on the Knights’ football staff.… Read More »

Obituaries

Wendelin Ann “Wendy” Patterson – Hinesburg Wendelin Ann “Wendy” Patterson, 70, of Hinesburg, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, following a five year battle with cancer. Wendy was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., on May 1, 1944, to Robert Francis “Bob” Patterson and Mary Barbara “Babs” Morgan. She leaves her siblings, Bob, Joan, and… Read More »

Hinesburg’s Festival celebrates fall

Hinesburg’s Festival celebrates fall

What do the following activities have in common: listening to talented local musicians, watching a mesmerizing puppet show, dining on locally sourced food, viewing a gallery full of the work of local artists, filling a market bag with locally made items, and learning about Hinesburg’s history? If you haven’t guessed by now, they are just… Read More »

Politicos unite

Politicos unite

Sally Soule, former State Senator and Vermont House of Representative from Shelburne and Charlotte, Chittenden District 5-1 House Representative Kate Webb, and Charlotte Hinesburg Chittenden District 4-1 House Representative Michael Yantachka pose for a photo after the ceremonial ribbon cutting at Harrington Village on Wednesday, Sept. 10 in Shelburne.

An apple a day

An apple a day

The Charlotte Congregational Church Pie Ministry is back in business: baking and selling homemade apple pies every Wednesday and Friday from 4-6pm until Oct. 31 to benefit the numerous ministries and mission projects of the church. And the project has expanded. “An addition to the Pie Ministry started this year,” offered organizer Martha Perkins. “It’s… Read More »