Gov. Shumlin appoints Hinesburg resident to Superior Court

Gov. Shumlin appoints Hinesburg resident to Superior Court

Gov. Peter Shumlin will appoint Nancy Waples of Hinesburg to serve on the Vermont Superior Court, replacing Judge Geoffrey Crawford. Waples currently practices with the Burlington law firm of Hoff Curtis where she focuses on criminal defense. She previously served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division of the Vermont U.S. Attorney’s Office.… Read More »

Hinesburg church hosts Red Cross Blood Drive

St. Jude’s Parish Hall on Route 116 in Hinesburg is hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, Jan. 13 from 12:30-6pm. Blood is especially needed this time of year, so please schedule your donation today by visiting www.redcrossblood.org or calling 1-800-RED CROSS. All presenting donors in the month of January will receive a coupon… Read More »

Charlotte Selectboard closes in on Wage Classification implementation

By Robin Reid The Charlotte Selectboard convened their first regular meeting of 2015 at 7pm on Monday, Jan. 5. The panel (minus Matt Krasnow) had met previously that day from 9-10:30am to go over additional changes on the Wage Classification Policy and associated grid(s). Adjustments to the Wage Classification Implementation document were also under consideration… Read More »

Milestones

Milestones

Weddings Gribnau-Roche Mr. and Mrs. Steven Gribnau are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Lisa Gribnau, to Patrick Roche, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roche of Pembroke, N.H. on Nov. 8 at St. Catherine of Sienna in Shelburne officiated by Monsignor Michael DeForge. A celebratory reception was held after the ceremony at… Read More »

Charlotte Library

Charlotte Library

Upcoming In January: Kids Activities: Monday, Jan. 5, 3:15-4:45pm: Maker Club. If you enjoy Arduino, Scratch, squishy circuits or Little Bits, this club is for you! We meet the first Monday of the month and tackle programming projects with the assistance of an IBM engineer. This month we will be working with Arduino kits. Please… Read More »

4-H holiday cheer is contagious

4-H holiday cheer is contagious

Members of the Midnight Riders 4-H Club and the Hinesburg 4-H Club joined with friends and family to spread holiday cheer around town Saturday, Dec. 13. The day began at the Hinesburg United Church Parish Hall, where the youths met to decorate cookies and warm up their singing voices. The 4-H Clubs appreciate the Driscoll,… Read More »

Holiday Services

All Souls Interfaith Gathering Christmas Eve Service, music and carols by All Souls choir, traditional readings, and ceremonial candle lighting, 5-7pm Community Alliance Church Christmas Eve Service, including a children’s pageant and candlelight service. 5-6pm Lighthouse Baptist Church Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, 5pm. Christmas carols, candlelighting, and special music. New Years Eve Family Fun Night,… Read More »

Letters to the Editor

Bright Light’s Project gets green light An activism project for the Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School class Money, Energy and Power titled “Bright Light’s Project” is aimed at benefiting the Hinesburg community. The traffic light at the intersection of CVU Road/Shelburne Falls Road and Route 116 has been identified as a system that can… Read More »