In Musing: Calling Pollyanna – insult or honor?

CAROLE VASTA FOLLEY I have been called a Pollyanna more than once in my life. Alright, truth is, the moniker may have been tossed my way over a thousand times by now. Each and every one of those times, it rankles me to the core. It’s like being told I’m loud, when clearly, people, I’m… Read More »

Kim Nolan: Bringing mindfulness to the forefront

Kim Nolan: Bringing mindfulness to the forefront

PHYL NEWBECK Three years ago, Shelburne’s Kim Nolan was hired to run the Human Resources Department at City Market. With a PhD in Leadership and Change from Antioch University, Nolan knew she wanted to make some alterations but the most important one was her own title. In conjunction with the store’s restructuring process, her role… Read More »

Regular season ends with wins and losses for CVU Redhawks

Regular season ends with wins and losses for CVU Redhawks

LAUREN READ Sports Correspondent Champlain Valley girls tennis player Sophie Dauerman captured the high school individual state championship on Saturday. Dauerman defeated Hartford’s Phelan O’Keefe – 7-6 (4), 6-3 – in the final to capture her first individual state title. Dauerman beat Woodstock’s Momo Biele, last year’s individual runner-up, in a third-set tiebreaker in the… Read More »

Parent named Gatorade Vermont player of year

LAUREN READ Sports Correspondent Champlain Valley Union High School’s Ian Parent was named the Gatorade Vermont high school baseball player of the year on Thursday. Parent helped lead the Redhawks to a 15-1 record and the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Division I playoffs. The senior finished with a 5-0 record on the mound,… Read More »

CVU Div. 1 playoffs come into focus

LAUREN READ Sports Correspondent The teams have made their best case and the seeds have been handed down for the Vermont Principals’ Association spring playoffs. With three No. 1 seeds and a bevy of home playoff matchups, Champlain Valley Union High School fans will have plenty to cheer for as the Division I playoffs. Here… Read More »

Another native Vermonter relocates away

The people I befriended in Shelburne/Charlotte will always be near and dear to my heart. Plus, they represent half my life. Yup, 60 years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Trahan gave birth to an outgoing child in Burlington. I’m hoping this letter to the editor will make it into the many households I didn’t personally say… Read More »

Hinesburg Police Log

May 12 2:29 a.m. An officer was called out for a business burglary alarm on Charlotte Road. No problems were found. 3:31 a.m. An officer was called out for an attempted break-in in a business on Route 116 in the Village. Pry marks were found and the lock was damaged. There was no entry to… Read More »

Suspects found in Shelburne backyard after eluding police

Two people have been arrested after leading police on a chase followed by an all-night search by multiple agencies. On May 18 at about 10 p.m., officers of the South Burlington Police Department responded to a report of a possible overdose in the parking lot of the University Mall. Upon arrival the vehicle was no… Read More »

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