Dr. Huntington “Skip” Sheldon of Shelburne died unexpectedly after a brief illness at his home on Friday, Dec. 29. He was born in New York City on Jan. 14, 1930. Skip and his family moved to Amagansett, N.Y. when he was 6 years old; the property there has remained a keystone throughout his life and… Read More »
On Jan. 2, Howard Neil Verman of Charlotte died after a long struggle with brain cancer. The Verman family is grateful to the loving community of friends and family who supported them during his illness and for the care by Dr. Alissa Thomas and the McClure Miller VNA Respite House. Howard was born Jan. 13,… Read More »
Sure it’s been cold but Eli Lasher, 8, from Hinesburg got in a few good sledding runs at Rocky Ridge Golf Club last week.
BOYS HOCKEY Lower Canada College 9, Champlain Valley Union 1: The coaching debut of new CVU coach J.P. Benoit did not begin as hoped with the Redhawks falling to Lower Canada College to open the season on Friday. Charlie Averill had the lone goal for the Redhawks, while Jake Schaefer and James Bernicke each added… Read More »
Hinesburg firefighters responded along with crews from four other communities Tuesday to a house fire on Bacon Drive in Shelburne. High winds complicated the effort to contain the blaze in the village neighborhood. In addition to Shelburne Fire, departments from Burlington, South Burlington and Charlotte contained the fire. Shelburne fire officials said a combination of… Read More »
Glen Paul Welch, 54, of Hinesburg, passed away at his home on Nov. 17. Glen was born in Burlington on June 25, 1963 to Edgar Allen Welch and Bette Ann (Lyman) Welch. He attended Iowa Tech in Sioux City, Iowa. He was skilled in computer science and technological applications. During the 1980s, Glen was the… Read More »
Volunteers clear one of many large trees blocking Hinesburg’s public trails as a result of last week’s strong windstorm.
Anyone who works with children knows something that many others don’t: kids are thoughtful. They love to talk about their ideas, and those ideas are frequently really good. Stan Williams, an instructional coach and humanities teacher at Champlain Valley Union High School, recently received a $15,000 grant to support the school’s Think Tank, a program… Read More »
Greta Pedersen Krag passed on peacefully in her home in Shelburne on Aug. 31 at age almost-93, surrounded by family. Although born in Lynn, Mass., she spent decades creating and managing one of the first retirement care facilities in California with her husband, Cletus Krag, M.D. When he passed on 18 years ago, Greta moved… Read More »
Connor Oliver Lewis, son of Marc and Tina Lewis of Shelburne, will be laid to rest Friday at 2 p.m. at the Shelburne Village Cemetery. Friends are welcome to attend the ceremony. Connor passed away June 2 after a battle with brain cancer. Shelburne Poet Laureate Rick Bessette wrote a poem in memory of Connor (2002-2017). On Angels Wing by Rick… Read More »