Family Formal at CVU is a fun way to help Make-a-Wish

Champlain Valley Union High School’s business ethics class is hosting its 10th annual Family Formal, a friendly and fun dance that brings families together, on Sunday Jan. 14. With a DJ, a photo booth, and dinner included, this is a good way families with young children can enjoy a night out together and raise money… Read More »

Hinesburg Safety Log

Dec.10: 11 a.m.  Police received a call from someone saying they slid off of Silver Street during the storm the previous night. 7:36 p.m. Police received a call from a man reporting a vehicle was following his daughter’s car.  The person following was contacted and stated that she was following the car while on 911… Read More »

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 »


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 »

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