SCHIP’s treasures granted to local non-profits

Shelburne Charlotte Hinesburg Interfaith Projects (SCHIP) recently announced its latest awards in the amount of $23,600 in community grants. To date over $490,000 has been distributed to nonprofits organizations serving residents in the towns of Shelburne, Charlotte, and Hinesburg since 2004. The funds are generated by the sale of gently used clothing, art, jewelry, home… Read More »

Charlotte’s Ed Stone announces candidacy

Ed Stone will run in the November 2014 election as a Republican for the seat of Vermont State House of Representatives District 0-4. “My commitment to Charlotte/Hinesburg and my experience on the Charlotte Selectboard make me uniquely qualified for this position,” candidate Stone said. “Charlotte and Hinesburg deserve an effective and independent leader in the… Read More »

Hinesburg’s DRB debates projects

By Gail Callahan During last week’s Development Review Board (DRB) meeting in Hinesburg, the panel discussed a handful of applications and the potential impact on the town’s infrastructure and school system. Six members of the Board started the evening with a site visit to the Enos subdivision. The property, at the south end of Enos… Read More »

Grad Challenge consultant encourages participation

By Emily Anderson, CVU Grad Challenge Community Consultant I was delighted when Sarah Jacobs, a Hinesburg resident and a senior at Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School, asked me to be a community consultant for her Grad Challenge project. Her specific interest was to see how the arts can help people with disabilities to express… Read More »

Rising seniors

By Sarah Soule In the world of college admission, students in the Class of 2015 are known as “rising seniors” which means that since their junior year has now reached its conclusion they are “hot prospects” in the world of recruiting. Colleges nationwide are eager to attract rising seniors over the summer to visit their… Read More »

International students at CVU

International students at CVU

Towards the end of every academic year, international students the school has hosted over the course of the school year visit the CVU School Board. This year, students from Austria, Denmark, Italy, Germany, and Sweden talked about the many differences between their schools and CVU, and were unanimous in their praise of the CVU experience.… Read More »

Charlotte School Board discusses teacher negotiations

By Gail Callahan During last week’s Charlotte School Board meeting commissioners discussed, in executive session, how the latest round of teacher contract negotiations were shaping up. To hear officials from Chittenden South Supervisory Union offices tell it, the Board took no action after coming out of its secret session. Former School Commissioner Edorah Frazer acted… Read More »

Vermont youths invited to free farm safety day

Youths, ages 12 to 15, who live or work on farms are invited to attend farm safety training sessions, July 15, in South Burlington. The event is free and includes lunch. The 2014 Youth Farm Safety Day will be held at the University of Vermont (UVM) Dairy Farm on Spear Street from 9am-4:30pm It is… Read More »