Raffle, dinner and prizes will help Rotary help others

For the 38th year, Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary will hold a Car Raffle as one of its most important fundraisers of the year, raising money for the many projects and people Rotary supports. The raffle drawing will be Friday, June 15, at Shelburne Farms Coach Barn and the lucky ticket-holder will win a Honda Fit… Read More »

June 9 is Free Fishing Day

Vermont’s annual, statewide Summer Free Fishing Day is Saturday, June 9, and it will be highlighted by a free family fishing festival in Grand Isle as well as opening day of the state’s regular bass fishing season. “Vermont’s Free Fishing Day gives resident and nonresident anglers the opportunity to go fishing without a license for the… Read More »

Hinesburg Police Log

May 20 1:42 a.m. An officer responded to a one-vehicle crash on Mechanicsville Road. The driver had fallen asleep and there were no injuries. 4:24 p.m. An officer checked on a report of a loose dog on Vermont Route 116 in the village but could not find the dog. 6:05 p.m. An officer did a… Read More »

June 7 Calendar

June 7 Calendar

COMMUNITY BURLINGTON ReSOURCE Burlington Re-opening Celebration June 9: ReSource has consolidated its Burlington operation to 339 Pine Street after recently opening a new location on Harvest Lane in Williston. On June 9, ReSource celebrates its reopening in Burlington with all of its operations there now under one roof. Stop by to see the changes, check… Read More »

Baseball cut short by St. J

No. 8 St. Johnsbury scored eight runs in the top of Saturday’s sixth inning to blow open the Division I quarterfinal game against top-seed Champlain Valley Union and pull off an 11-2 upset win. The Redhawks (16-2) held a 1-0 lead heading into the sixth inning but surrendered eight runs, then gave up three more… Read More »

Skipping skip day

Skipping skip day

Champlain Valley Union High School seniors swapped senior skip day for a senior service day Tuesday. About 50 students raked and trimmed trees on Mount Philo. Other groups spent the morning clearing trails, helping out at community schools and volunteering at local nonprofits. Students were excused from school after their morning of service. This version… Read More »

Hinesburg Rec News

Hinesburg Recreation spring and summer programming details and registration information is available online at hinesburgrec.com. Here are some program offerings: • Recreational Track and Field For children ages 6-14 to learn and master the basics of running, sprinting, jumping, throwing, using starting blocks, and participating in relays. The Parisi Speed School staff with participants and… Read More »


• Joy Grossman is Hinesburg’s assistant town administrator. Her title was incorrect in The Citizen May 24. • The company Clark Excavating, which is working for the town of Hinesburg on a demolition project, is based in Hinesburg. Its location was incorrect in The Citizen on May 24.

Calling all paddlers: Help tackle European frogbit

Calling all paddlers: Help tackle European frogbit

By Krista Hoffsis Do you enjoy spending time on Lake Champlain? Do you care about water quality and habitat? Join Lewis Creek Association and volunteers as we manage European frogbit and other aquatic invasive plants in Shelburne and Charlotte this June. Frogbit outings in the lower LaPlatte and Town Farm Bay provide great wildlife sightings… Read More »