Charlotte fields supply Burlington with greens

Charlotte fields supply Burlington with greens

By Emily Greenberg VTDigger.org Rain or shine three days a week in East Charlotte, farmer Dave Quickel and his crew at Stony Loam harvest their lettuce crop for Burlington’s salad eaters. “There’s nothing I’d rather do than harvest lettuce in the morning,” explained farm manager Neil Dominieckl. “It’s like meditation.” The farm grows seven varieties… Read More »

Mass. man drowns at Point Bay Marina

A 64-year-old man was found dead in the water at Point Bay Marina on Thompson’s Point in Charlotte Saturday night, according to Vermont State Police. David Clement of Pittsfield, Mass. was returning his boat to its slip at the marina when officials say he fell into the water and drowned. State Police from the Williston… Read More »

Police investigating St. George woman’s death

Vermont State Police say they have completed their investigation into the shooting death of a St. George woman and will release their conclusions after meeting with family members. Pamela E. Price, 24, died July 4 of a gunshot wound to the head at her home on Hemlock Road in St. George. Police said they did… Read More »

Shelburne Museum has the skinny on local food

Shelburne Museum has the skinny on local food

Once a novelty in Vermont’s local food scene, the Skinny Pancake has been methodically extending its reach across Vermont, most recently planting its flag at Shelburne Museum. Formerly known as the Shelburne Museum Café, the on-site concession situated at the center of the famous folk-art museum has officially been renamed the Local Food Court. But… Read More »

Hinesburg police officer at center of excessive force lawsuit resigns

Hinesburg police officer at center of excessive force lawsuit resigns

By Gail Callahan vtdigger.org A Hinesburg Community Police Officer who was sued in federal court for excessive force has resigned from the department. Officer Cameron Coltharp voluntarily resigned April 30. No announcement was made by town officials. The resignation was brought to light after VTDigger placed a public records request for the information. Coltharp resigned… Read More »

Fourth of July parades, fireworks, more

Fourth of July parades, fireworks, more

Have you decided how to celebrate Independence Day this year? Here’s a look at holiday events close to home and in nearby communities, with lots of fun activities planned, from foot races to barbecues, live music, and fireworks. In Shelburne: Tuesday, July 4 The United Methodist Church is putting on its 55th annual Fourth of… Read More »

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