Shelburne’s Julia Luckett to host gallery opening in Burlington

Shelburne’s Julia Luckett to host gallery opening in Burlington

An abiding interest in imagery, human connection and storytelling often lures photographers to their craft. The medium encourages an exploration of subjects and issues and allows for creativity, Julia Luckett, 25, of Shelburne said. She will join Rick Peyser, Janice Nadworny and Charlene Farmer-Lewey to host a gallery opening from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at Uncommon… Read More »

Survivor premiere features CVU’s Julia Sokolowski

Survivor premiere features CVU’s Julia Sokolowski

The 32nd season of Survivor premiered Feb. 17 on CBS with Shelburne native Julia Sokolowski competing on the Beauty Tribe. The Emmy Award-winning series theme this time around is Brains, Brawn and Beauty. Champlain Valley Union High School graduate Sokolowski, 19, is the youngest female player in the show’s history. She turned 19 during the… Read More »

Wulfson’s Charlotte bullying taken to Shelburne

Wulfson’s Charlotte bullying taken to Shelburne

Vermont Rail System President David Wulfson’s bullying tactics used on the Clemmons farm in Charlotte have now been used in Shelburne after the town manager questioned his authority. Much like when Lydia Clemmons spoke out about the tanker storage in her backyard last summer, cement barriers blocked her family farm crossing and whistles blew louder… Read More »

Shelburne’s Suzanne Gruendling runs a double marathon

Shelburne’s Suzanne Gruendling runs a double marathon

Suzanne Gruendling, 44, of Shelburne completed back-to-back marathons this month as part of the Mississippi Blues, Mobile First Light Back2Back Challenge. She ran the Blues Marathon in Jackson, Mississippi on Jan. 9, where she placed 23rd in the female 40-44 age group. Then she headed south to Mobile, Alabama for the First Light Marathon on… Read More »

GMP to the rescue!

GMP to the rescue!

More than 50 Green Mountain Power line workers, supervisors, safety personnel and mechanics headed to Long Island last weekend to help restore power when a massive snowstorm hit the mid-Atlantic region. New York City Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency Saturday and issued a travel ban for the city starting at 2:30pm that… Read More »

FDNY 9/11 responder presented with a rescue pup

FDNY 9/11 responder presented with a rescue pup

VT Dog Rescue held their semi-monthly puppy rescue pick-up event at the Hinesburg Police Department on Jan. 3. One of the puppy adopters was retired Captain Michael Donovan of the New York City Fire Department. He was a 9/11 responder and was on scene when the towers collapsed, Hinesburg Police Chief Frank Koss said. “It… Read More »

Don’t slip, trip or fall!

Don’t slip, trip or fall!

That nor’easter that threatened to hit last weekend missed its mark and left the Champlain Valley with mild temperatures and little snow. Roads were slick at times. The sun did shine on Livery Horse Farm in Hinesburg long enough for horse and rider to get some much-needed time outside. Owner Kim Johansen said she and… Read More »

Town of Hinesburg supports a community solar array

Town of Hinesburg supports a community solar array

SunCommon of Waterbury Center will build a one-acre solar array on Hinesburg resident Marilyn Brown’s property at 534 Fletcher Farm Road. The Hinesburg Planning Commission reviewed the project on Nov. 25 and voted 6-0 in support of the array that will serve about 30 Vermont households. “We feel the size and scale of the proposed… Read More »

Upcoming weather isn’t all wind, thunder and rainbows

Upcoming weather isn’t all wind, thunder and rainbows

After Sunday’s sensational display of unseasonably high temperatures, destructive winds, thunder, lightning and rainbows, the week that followed was rather benign. The downed trees and power outages from that storm system were quickly removed and repaired. Crews were at the ready before the winds even struck. James Mack at the Shelburne Police Department said there… Read More »

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