Hinesburg Fire Dept. trains at burning house

Hinesburg Fire Dept. trains at burning house

Several months of preparation and training culminated Sunday as the Hinesburg Fire Department burned down a house outside the village. Signs stood along the roadway, volunteers took turns directing traffic, and smoke billowed across Route 116 as firefighters practiced their skills in a real fire. Both fire and EMS trainings have been underway at the… Read More »

Big Truck Day draws a crowd

Big Truck Day draws a crowd

Saturday was the 19th annual Big Truck Day at Hinesburg Community School. Hosted by Hinesburg Nursery School, the event drew crowds of kids to the fields behind the school, where they found an array of vehicles just waiting to be climbed on and explored. Kids, many with faces painted, tugged parents from tractor to truck,… Read More »

Shelburne Farmers Market opens Saturday

Shelburne Farmers Market opens Saturday

As the Shelburne Farmers Market prepares to begin its 12th season on the Parade Ground in the heart of Shelburne, there is a lot to celebrate. It has grown through the years and it continues to add new products, new vendors, and new services, but its original goal remains true: to benefit the economy of… Read More »

18 holes open at Kwiniaska

18 holes open at Kwiniaska

Kwiniaska Golf Club is open for the season and touting new features such as Yamaha golf carts with covers, online tee time booking, and 18-hole walking green fees at $32.The nine-hole rate after 4pm is $25 for walking and $37 for riding.

Town meetings

Charlotte Meetings May 29: Town offices closed for Memorial Day May 30, 7pm: Conservation Commission Hinesburg Meetings Affordable Housing Committee: 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm Agency Request Review Committee: meets as needed. Contact Committee for next meeting. Conservation Commission: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7pm Development Review Board (DRB): 1st… Read More »

Police charge driver in March U.S. Route 7 accident

On Friday, March 31, an accident on U.S. Route 7 in Charlotte led to two people entrapped in vehicles and four sent to the hospital. In a statement released this Saturday, Vermont State Police noted that in relation to this accident, driver Edward Woodruff, 70, of Westport, N.Y., was “cited to appear in Chittenden Superior… Read More »

Water main breaks in Hinesburg

Water main breaks in Hinesburg

Water service was interrupted in Hinesburg on Tuesday for much of the day. Service was lost in the morning, and the Town announced on Facebook that a broken valve and “major water system leak” at the intersection of Mechanicsville Road and Commerce Street were to blame. The outage continued until service was restored on Tuesday… Read More »

Hinesburg Memorial Day Community Prayer Service

Hinesburg Memorial Day Community Prayer Service

Submitted by Peggy Cioffi All are invited to attend a Memorial Day Community Ecumenical Prayer Service sponsored by the churches of Hinesburg on Monday, May 29 at 9am. We will be meeting at the Veterans’ Monuments on the village green on Route 116 next to Good Times Café. The pastors of the community churches will… Read More »

End-of-session summary

End-of-session summary

By Rep. Mike Yantachka As the 2017 legislative session ended shortly before midnight on Thursday, May 18, it was with a lot of pride and a lot of disappointment. The reason for the disappointment was because we would have to go back to Montpelier on June 21 for a veto session because Governor Scott declared… Read More »

CVU ’72 plans reunion

Come one, come all! We are looking for graduates from CVU High School’s class of 1972. We are having a class reunion on Saturday, July 15, 3-8pm at Cedar Knoll Country Club. We will be serving light fare. Golf is available for anyone wanting to partake. Please RSVP to Gary Shepard at gshep18@yahoo.com, Nancy Lyman… Read More »

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