Hinesburg selectboard hears update on Vermont Gas protesters

Hinesburg selectboard hears update on Vermont Gas protesters

The Hinesburg Selectboard heard an update Nov. 7 on protests regarding a Vermont Gas pipeline project across the street from Geprags Park. One week following the update, a group of Hinesburg residents filed a lawsuit with the Vermont Supreme Court to halt permanently the Vermont Gas Pipeline from passing through Geprags Park.  Earlier this fall,… Read More »

Open house at Twice as Nice features snacks, discounts, and a check

Open house at Twice as Nice features snacks, discounts, and a check

Twice is Nice is rounding the six-month mark providing a selection of gently used women’s clothing, accessories, and jewelry to shoppers in downtown Hinesburg. The nonprofit shop is part of the Hinesburg Community Resource Center. Started in 1987, the HCRC is a 501C3 organization that provides such services as loans of medical equipment like wheelchairs,… Read More »

Zuckerman sits down for post-election Q and A

Zuckerman sits down for post-election Q and A

Fresh from his narrow victory over Republican challenger Randy Brock, Lieutenant Governor-Elect David Zuckerman answered questions on the election. He discusses his plans once he assumes office in Jan. and how the campaign affected both him and his family. GC: Congratulations on your victory, Lieutenant Governor-Elect Zuckerman. What is at the top of your agenda?… Read More »

Annual holiday bazaar on Saturday

The United Church of Hinesburg will be holding its annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Nov.19 from 9am to 1pm. This tradition is over 60 years old, and it gets better every year. Come and shop in our Grandmother’s attic, the jewelry corner, and the arts and crafts center. Our homemade baked goods area includes a delicious array… Read More »

Hinesburg Selectboard votes to continue paid administrative leave to officer

Following an executive, or private session, the Hinesburg Selectboard voted unanimously Nov. 7 to extend paid, administrative leave to a Hinesburg police officer facing a federal lawsuit. Officer Cameron Coltharp was placed on paid, administrative leave this summer after Community Police Chief Frank Koss became concerned about media coverage of an alleged excessive force complaint.… Read More »

Protest near Geprags Park over gas pipeline prompts arrests

Protest near Geprags Park over gas pipeline prompts arrests

A protest at a Vermont Gas pipeline project across the street from Hinesburg’s Geprags Park led to six arrests by police last Thursday. The people arrested were charged with unlawful restraint, criminal trespass, and disorderly conduct. They were taken to the Hinesburg Community Police station, where they were cited and released, Community Police Chief Frank… Read More »

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