VermontObits.org offers free obituary posting service

VermontObits.org offers free obituary posting service

Hinesburg attorney Roger Kohn established a new website, www.VermontObits.org, to post and share Vermont obituaries after a conversation with his wife. “During our discussion I realized that that there was no one place to find out who died in Vermont. I thought a website that would help family, friends, and neighbors locate their loved ones… Read More »

Breakfast campaign

Breakfast campaign

Vermont State Senator David Zuckerman of Hinesburg discusses an issue with an attendee of the Get out the Vote event on Sunday, Oct. 26 at Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg. The event, one of four held across the state, was planned as an effort to mobilize voter turnout for the Nov. 4 election.… Read More »

Old Lantern hosts March of Dimes benefit Nov. 2

The 14th Annual Champlain Valley Signature Chefs Auction to benefit the March of Dimes will feature culinary creations from many of the Burlington area’s most celebrated chefs. This gourmet gala will be held on Sunday, Nov. 2 at the Old Lantern in Charlotte, beginning at 5pm with a beer and wine tasting and silent auction,… Read More »

Charlotter opens psychotherapy practice in Shelburne

Charlotter opens psychotherapy practice in Shelburne

Last month Joanne Wolfe, MA, MEd. opened a new psychotherapy practice in Shelburne. After 12 years at Fletcher Allen Health Care University Pediatrics, Wolfe, a Charlotte resident, is excited to have a practice of her own. “I chose Shelburne for its location, charm, community services, and nice people,” she informed. As a clinical psychologist, Wolfe… Read More »

Shelburne Vineyard hosts Wine and Food Fest

Take care of your taste buds and your neighbors’ stomachs in one fell swoop at Shelburne Vineyard’s Annual Wine and Food Fest on Saturday, Nov. 8. The event, which runs from 11am-5pm, will showcase some of Vermont’s best specialty food and wine producers. While admission and tastings are free during the festival, the Vineyard asks… Read More »

Burlington Civic Symphony performs fall concert

The Burlington Civic Symphony will be performing a fall program at the Elley-Long Music Center in Colchester on Saturday, Nov. 8 at 7:30pm. Directed by Daniel Bruce, the orchestra will feature Schumann’s Symphony No. 3, The Rhenish; and Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition (orchestrated by Maurice Ravel), and excerpts from Mussorgsky’s original version of the… Read More »

Covering the Field: Introducing Sam Harvey

Champlain Valley Union (CVU) head field hockey coach Kate McDonald described Sami Harvey, her senior tri-captain, in these glowing terms. “Sami is an intense field hockey player. She has been a starter since her sophomore year, after joining the varsity team midway through her freshman season. She is a hard worker who approaches the game… Read More »

Redhawks suffer playoff loss to Middlebury

Redhawks suffer playoff loss to Middlebury

By Michael Regan The Champlain Valley Union (CVU) Redhawks lost to Middlebury last Friday night in the opening round of the Division 1 football playoffs, 54-6.  The game started out promisingly enough for CVU when, on the game’s opening drive, QB Andrew Bortnick  ran 44 yards around left end deep into Middlebury territory and RB… Read More »

Boys X-C takes silver at State Championship

Boys X-C takes silver at State Championship

The CVU boys’ cross country team placed second at the state championships in Thetford last Saturday. From L-R: Tyler Wong, Elliot Eastman, Tyler Marshall, Harken Spillane, Calvin McClellan, Burke Spillane, and Baxter Bishop. Photo by Andy McClellan