4-H club members clean up towns

4-H club members clean up towns

Spring has finally arrived for the Hinesburg 4-H Club. Most new lambs have arrived and a few more are due any day. The lambs provide a great opportunity for club members to learn even more about sheep health and flock management, and, of course, to have lots of fun.  In addition to tending the flocks,… Read More »

Financial Fitness: Where is the best place to retire?

Financial Fitness: Where is the best place to retire?

It all depends on you. Thanks to the Baby Boom generation, pre-retirees, and retirees have a lot more options than did previous generations of Americans. There is a lot to consider before you decide where to live during retirement: your savings and investments, monthly income, family, friends, legacy, work options, weather, interests, health, and a… Read More »

Hinesburg residents saved $677,000 by choosing natural gas

Since expanding service into the town of Hinesburg eight years ago, 375 customers—nearly 78 percent of potential customers—are enjoying the benefits of clean, reliable and affordable natural gas. In the past year alone, Vermont Gas customers in Hinesburg have saved $677,000 by switching from more expensive fuels, such as heating oil and propane, to natural… Read More »

Richard F. Tom – Hinesburg

Richard Tom went out for his final bike ride on April 26, 2015, at the age of 47. Richard was born on March 20, 1968, in Huntsville, Ala., where he was a very active member of the community from a young age. Richard started as a Boy Scout and finished as an Eagle Scout. Richard… Read More »

Erik Alan Bateman – Hinesburg

Erik Alan Bateman, 59, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, May 14, 2015. Erik was born on Nov. 25, 1955, in Frederick, Md., to the late John B. and Jean Bateman, where he spent his early childhood with older brother, Timothy, sisters, Holly and Jill, and grandparents. The family moved frequently for his father’s diplomatic career… Read More »

Cyrus Schenck wins LaunchVT with Renoun Ski Company; CVU graduate takes home $30,000 in cash

Cyrus Schenck wins LaunchVT with Renoun Ski Company; CVU graduate takes home $30,000 in cash

Renoun Ski Company, founded by CVU graduate Cyrus Schenck, took home $30,000 in cash and $45,000 in-kind services from this year’s LaunchVT competition held on Thursday, May 7 at Main Street Landing in Burlington. Schenck has developed a new kind of ski that utilizes non-Newtonian fluid for a responsive on-snow experience. When interviewed for an… Read More »

UVM announces new Master of Medical Science Degree Program

Starting this fall, the University of Vermont will offer a new medical science master’s program for students with a limited background in science and those whose undergraduate grades do not reflect their true academic ability. UVM’s Master of Medical Science degree is a 30-credit, one-year, on-campus program, which includes a cohesive set of core courses… Read More »