Williston state police barracks gets new station commander

Williston state police barracks gets new station commander

A Vermont State Police trooper with more than 15 years’ experience has been named the new station commander for the barracks in Williston. Sgt. Robert J. Lucas also received a promotion to lieutenant, according to Col. Matthew Birmingham, director of the Vermont State Police. As station commander in Williston, Lucas is responsible for the uniformed… Read More »

New England co-op buys Shelburne Market, sister stores

New England co-op buys Shelburne Market, sister stores

By Kayla Collier In the last 13 years, Mike Comeau has built a personal empire, piece by piece, establishing five independent grocery outlets — Shelburne Market, Village Market of Waterbury, Johnson’s Sterling Market, Richmond Market & Beverage and Jericho Market. But he’s decided it’s time to quit while he’s ahead, selling off the lot for… Read More »

Holiday gift guide for the last-minute Santa

Four shopping days are left and if you’re like me, there still are names on your holiday gift list that aren’t checked off. No problem – there’s still time to match that special someone with a present and some of the best gifts are right under your nose. Now stop freaking out and go get… Read More »

Correction

The Clemmons Family Farm was founded in 1962. The year was incorrect in the Dec. 14 edition of The Citizen.

Clemmons Family Farm wins $350,000 national grant

Clemmons Family Farm wins $350,000 national grant

The Clemmons family has a vision for their farm in Charlotte, and a recent grant award from ArtPlace America is bringing them closer to achieving their goals. The Clemmons Family Farm is one of 23 organizations – out of almost 1,000 applicants – to win a $350,000 National Creative Placemaking Fund grant. The funds will… Read More »

Chabad Vermont’s Chanukah events

Chabad Vermont announces several community events to celebrate Chanukah this week. Public Menorah Lighting in Montpelier today at 5 p.m. on the State House lawn. Followed by refreshments (including latkes and donuts), stories, songs, raffle prizes inside the State House until 7 p.m. Friday night service and candle lighting at 3:50 p.m. at Chabad of… Read More »

Sen. Sanders hosts holiday dinners

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders continues his annual Senior Holiday Dinner tradition with six free dinners planned in Vermont communities. The Chittenden County dinner will be Sunday at the Hilton, 60 Battery St., Burlington, starting at noon. “I very much enjoy holding these senior meals each year. We have built this tradition that helps strengthen the… Read More »

Burlington parking promotion extended

The Burlington Business Association, Church Street Marketplace and the Department of Public Works is extending the $3-off parking promotion until Dec. 23. Two hundred visitors have taken advantage of this discount so far. This Saturday, use the Parkmobile app or web site and get $3 off on-street metered parking by using Parkmobile promo code BTVDEC9.… Read More »