Voters just kept coming in this morning in Hinesburg. There’s no set expectation of how residents will vote on the water bond; stay tuned for more details as they come. Information regarding election results and the water bond will be published online tomorrow and in the Citizen on Thursday.
Charlotte Town Clerk Mary Mead expected a positive turn out on Tuesday morning, and so far it looks like she’s been right. Although the polls weren’t crowded, there was a steady flow of voters around 8:30am this morning. Below, Mike Yantachka, right, greets a voter outside the town offices. Stay tuned for election results.
The Brattleboro Retreat will present the hospital’s 2014 Anna Marsh Award to Vermont State Representative Bill Lippert of Hinesburg at the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus event to be held on Saturday, Nov. 1 at the Latchis Theatre in Brattleboro. Representative Lippert has served in the Vermont Legislature since his initial appointment by Governor Howard Dean… Read More »
Polls are open 7am-7pm 05461 Residents may vote prior to Election Day at the Town Clerk’s office during normal business hours, or request that a ballot be mailed to their home. The request for a ballot can be made by mail, phone, or email. If family members live in another country or serve in the… Read More »
The Champlain Valley Union (CVU) girls’ cross country team brought home a sixth straight D-I crown, its 11th in 12 years, while the boys team finished in second place for the third straight year at the high school cross country state championships in Thetford on Saturday, Oct. 24. CVU sophomore Sophia Gorman grabbed second place… Read More »
The fifth annual Monster Bash, the signature fundraiser for the Mahana Magic Foundation, is tonight at Charlotte’s Old Lantern. All money raised goes directly to helping Mahana Magic’s mission of supporting children of cancer patients. The event has raised nearly $160,000 over the past four years and is hoping for another repeat sell out on… Read More »
Preparations for the 24th annual Hinesburg Halloween Party on Friday, Oct. 31 from 6 to 8pm at the Hinesburg Fire Station are well in hand. Longtime firefighter, Tom Boivin, who has helped organize the event since its inception, encourages the entire community to enjoy the traditional All Hallows’ Eve celebration. Organized by the Hinesburg Community… Read More »
Hinesburg trombonist Dan Silverman arranged for some of the area’s finest jazz musicians to join him onstage for a performance on Sunday, Nov. 2 at 7pm in Hinesburg Town Hall. He even persuaded his sister, Judi Silvano, to sing as a special guest in the concert. “This performance is all about the music that I… Read More »
By Phyl Newbeck Dustin Glasscoe moved to Vermont with the goal of getting involved in the local food movement. He has achieved that goal, but not quite in the way he envisioned. In 2008 he started Vermont Farm Table in his Shelburne garage. Now, six years later, he has a thriving business with six employees,… Read More »
Currently two wells supply water for the town water system’s 721 residential customers, 61 commercial businesses, Hinesburg Community School, Champlain Valley Union High School, the Fire Department, the Police Department, and other town buildings. They also provide fire protection via fire hydrants throughout the village area. Water produced by these two wells is very hard… Read More »