VCAB reviews infant deaths, issues report to State

The following press release was sent out by Lynn Bruce of the Department for Children and Families (DCF) this morning. The VCAB report is available in its entirety on the DCF website at http://dcf.vt.gov/strengtheningDCF. For Immediate Release: November 21, 2014 For More Information: Acting AHS Secretary Harry Chen at (802) 871-3009 or 871-3008 and DCF… Read More »

Mt. Philo Inn hosts Charlotte’s first StampStampede Nov. 21, Ben Cohen presents campaign to overturn Citizens United

Ben Cohen, co-founder of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream, will discuss his grassroots campaign, StampStampede, for getting money out of politics at the historic Mt. Philo Inn on Friday, Nov. 21 from 6:30-10pm in Charlotte. Once head scooper of ice cream, Cohen is now head stamper of the StampStampede, a method to drive home the… Read More »

Charlotte’s Scribblitt adds partnership to fulfill mission one book at a time

Once Charlotte resident Andrea Bergstein realized how much her children loved to write and draw, she established Scribblitt.com, a website where kids can write, illustrate, and publish personalized hardcover books using unique writing and illustration tools. “I saw how much my daughters loved to write, story after story. There was so much paper everywhere, always.… Read More »

Hinesburg Selectboard approves state energy standards for zoning regulations

by Margery Sharp After opening the regular Hinesburg Selectboard meeting Monday, Nov. 17, chair Jon Trefry asked for comments on the public meeting concerning adoption of the state standards for residential building energy standards which the board previously indicated it would support. Hearing no comments, Trefry closed the public hearing and asked for a motion… Read More »

Library News

Library News

November is National Picture Book Month. If you haven’t delved into the picture book genre lately, we encourage you to take look. The warmth, humor, ingenuity and overall sense of fun can lift your spirits on the darkest day. Since November is also known as the darkest month of the year here in the Green… Read More »

Hinesburg’s indoor farmers’ market returns Saturday United Church of Hinesburg Bazaar on tap too

A cornucopia of goodies, crafts, and farm produce start off the holiday season for shoppers when the traditional gathering of vendors sets up shop in Hinesburg’s Town Hall Saturday, Nov. 22 from 9am-1pm. Sponsored by the Hinesburg Lions Club, the doors open wide promptly at 9am to entice early celebrants in to check out this… Read More »

Hinesburg residents reminded about water main flushing

The water mains throughout the Hinesburg water system will be flushed between 8:30am and 4:30pm on Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 24 and Nov. 25. Residents can expect discolored water, so use care with laundry and run water until it clears after 4:30pm. Discolored water does not pose a health risk. Please direct questions about the… Read More »