Burlington health centers launch first LGBTQ clinic

The Community Health Centers of Burlington has launched the “Be You Clinic” for LGBTQ health care, the only such facility in Chittenden County. The clinic is a project of provider Leo Kline, who spent two years of supporting Dr. Rachel Inker’s Transgender Health Clinic. The Be You Clinic is designed to meet the needs of… Read More »

Charlotte Fire and Rescue Log

Dec. 23 12:47 p.m. Charlotte Rescue assisted Hinesburg Rescue at a medical call at Kelleys Field in Hinesburg and took a patient to the hospital. Dec. 24 8:32 a.m. Charlotte Rescue assisted Hinesburg Rescue at a medical call at Kelleys Field in Hinesburg and took a patient to the hospital. 4:43 p.m. Charlotte Fire and… Read More »

Working on it: Ice nearly perfect

Working on it: Ice nearly perfect

The temperamental winter weather of late hasn’t done much good for the Charlotte public ice skating rink, but Recreation Commission Chair Bill Fraser-Harris is optimistic that upcoming chilly temperatures will set a good foundation for some solid skating over the days and weeks to come. The skating rink, located west of Charlotte Central School on… Read More »

Wake Robin resident pleads not guilty to ricin charge

Shelburne resident Betty Miller appeared in U.S. District Court last Friday for the third time since her arrest Nov. 30, pleading not guilty to the charge of possessing an unregistered select agent – the poison ricin – in her Wake Robin apartment. Miller, 70, entered the courtroom haltingly with shackled wrists, gripping the handle of… Read More »

Hinesburg Police Log

Dec.17 6:45 p.m. An officer responded to multiple calls about a disabled vehicle parked in a dangerous location on Silver Street. The officer had the vehicle towed. Dec.18 9:18 a.m. Officers assisted Hinesburg First Response with a medical call. 10 a.m. Police took a report of a hit-and-run accident while a vehicle was parked. 4:08… Read More »

Winter blood donations help keep supplies at the ready

The holidays are a time when blood donations often drop off, leaving regional supplies low. Donors can help replenish the supply at an upcoming American Red Cross blood drive. Nearby drives will be held in Shelburne, Hinesburg, South Burlington and Burlington in the next several weeks. All blood types are needed this winter. According to… Read More »

Burlington health centers launch first LGBTQ clinic

The Community Health Centers of Burlington has launched the “Be You Clinic” for LGBTQ health care, the only such facility in Chittenden County. The clinic is a project of provider Leo Kline, who spent two years of supporting Dr. Rachel Inker’s Transgender Health Clinic. The Be You Clinic is designed to meet the needs of… Read More »

Federal help is available for wind-damaged maple groves

U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency Executive Director Lawrence Parker today announced that Chittenden County may accept applications through Jan. 19 for the Emergency Conservation Program to address wind damages to farmland, notably maple orchards. The agency administers the program to assist producers with the cost of recovery activities required to restore the agricultural… Read More »