Gov. Scott’s primary win proves support in Vt. for gun-safety measures

By CLAI LASHER-SOMMERS Gov. Scott’s victory in the recent Republican primary shows that the vast majority of Vermonters – including those in the Republican party – are supportive of his courageous actions to pass gun safety measures. The governor’s win sends a clear message and politicians and political pundits nationwide should pay attention: Republicans can… Read More »

Rotary serves up Shelburne Day fun

Rotary serves up Shelburne Day fun

The Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary took part in Shelburne Day festivities on Aug. 18. Right, Al Gilbert of Charlotte cooks up some hot dogs and hamburgers. Above left, Shelburne Cadet Firefighter Lauryn Ouimet pulls the ripcord releasing 1,075 golf balls from a WWII Army duffle bag suspended 50 feet above the Shelburne Little League field.… Read More »

Obituary – Dr. Helene W. Lang

Obituary – Dr. Helene W. Lang

Helene Lang passed away peacefully on Aug. 21 at Wake Robin in Shelburne.  Courageous and brave, she faced cancer for the fourth time and fulfilled her wish to have one last summer in Vermont surrounded by and actively engaged with family and friends. Born May 3, 1931 in Lancaster, Massachusetts, she attended Lancaster public schools… Read More »

Corrections

• Charlotte’s working group focused on affordable housing was organized by volunteers at the April 23 Selectboard meeting. • Art therapist Lisa Myers has supported efforts to license art therapists in Vermont, however no licensure requirement exists yet. A story in The Citizen last week implied otherwise.

Milestones — James and Carol Bouyea

Milestones — James and Carol Bouyea

James and Carol Bouyea of Shelburne are pleased to announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Christine Bouyea, to Sanjiv Gajiwala, son of Hema Gajiwala and the late Pankaj Gajiwala of Downers Grove, Ill. on June 23, 2018. The ceremony and subsequent celebration were held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Jill Thompson,… Read More »

Citizens demand Vermont Gas pipeline investigation

By ELIZABETH GRIBKOFF VTDIGGER.ORG Opponents of a Vermont Gas pipeline want the Public Utility Commission to move forward on an independent investigation of the pipeline construction. The commission, at the behest of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources and concerned citizens, ordered an expert review of the methods and practices used to construct the controversial… Read More »

Police, fire crews rescue dog stuck in rocks

STAFF REPORT Police and rescue crews were called into action last week when a dog wandered off into the woods near Cheesefactory Lane in Shelburne and  became stuck between two rocks. Shelburne Police arrived first on the scene late last Thursday morning and found that the dog – a hound named Baby Girl – had… Read More »

Calendar

Calendar

COMMUNITY BURLINGTON Intervale Center Summervale Aug. 23, 30: 5:30-8 p.m. Weekly food and music festival. Each week has different Slow Food Vermont tastings, live music, guest community organizations, food vendors, kids’ activities. This week’s tasting is with Natural Sugars; music by Julia Caesar; City Market demo on making pesto; reps from Burlington Electric Department and… Read More »

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