Emerald ash borer discovered in Bristol: Invasive species confirmed in six Vermont counties

CAROLINE SLACK Community News Service The emerald ash borer’s continued infestation of Vermont has spread to Addison County with a new discovery of the pest confirmed this month in Bristol, according to state forestry officials. The most recent newsletter on Insect and disease observations published by the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation describes… Read More »

Obituary – Jennifer L. Williams

Obituary – Jennifer L. Williams

Jennifer L. Williams 1965-2019 There will be a burial service for Jennifer L. Williams (JJ) on Monday, July 8, at 10 a.m., at Resurrection Park Cemetery 200 Hinesburg Road, South Burlington. Jennifer passed away Jan. 8, 2019. She was born Dec. 3, 1965, in Burlington and was a resident of Grand Isle. She grew up… Read More »

Hinesburg Community School graduates the class of 2019

Hinesburg Community School graduates the class of 2019

LUKE ZARZECKI Community News Service Just before her graduation last week, Hinesburg Community School eighth-grader Graycen Elkins wondered where the time had gone. “In the moment, it feels like it goes slow,” she said before the June 13 ceremony,  “but I can’t remember what happened to the time.” Parents, grandparents, friends and community members likely… Read More »

Obituary – Sallie Thompson Soule

Obituary – Sallie Thompson Soule

Sallie Thompson Soule 1928-2019 Loving wife, mother, and mentor to many, Sallie Soule, 91, long of Shelburne, Vt., and lately of Fort Myers, Fla., died on June 11, 2019 in Fort Myers after a life well lived. Sallie was born in Detroit on May 13, 1928, and was raised in Grosse Pointe, Mich.. She was… Read More »

Charlotte Central School graduates: Travel the world

Charlotte Central School graduates: Travel the world

LIAM CREASER Community News Service Charlotte Central School’s 34 eighth graders sat excitedly in the corner of their gymnasium for the final time on June 13 as they prepared to move on with a ceremony before family, teachers and friends. The lights were dimmed at the start of the school’s graduation ceremony for a slideshow… Read More »

Renewable Energy board elects Lesure

Renewable Energy board elects Lesure

Renewable Energy Vermont has elected Paul Lesure of Hinesburg to its board of directors. According to Renewable Energy Vermont, Lesure’s passion for the environment led him to pursue a degree in environmental conservation from the University of New Hampshire. He entered the solar market as sales account manager for northern New England with AllEarth Renewables.… Read More »

Fourth of July festivities, auction

Fourth of July festivities, auction

JEAN KIEDAISCH Responsible Growth Hinesburg, Inc. once again invites the public to begin the Independence Day holiday celebration with strawberry shortcake on July 3 from  5-8 p.m. in front of town hall. While enjoying everyone’s favorite dessert, consider bidding on a 4 x 4-inch painting by a local artist. There will also be choice perennials and… Read More »

Hinesburg Police Log

June 2 6:10 a.m. An officer responded to CVU for a burglary alarm. It was determined to be accidental. June 3 11:11 a.m. Officers responded to a business in the Village to assist Hinesburg First Response with a medical alarm. 5:22 p.m. An officer responded to a residence on Bear Lane for a vehicle lockout.… Read More »

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