Coin dealer denies felony lewd conduct charge

Coin dealer denies felony lewd conduct charge

By MIKE DONOGHUE A well-known Chittenden County coin and jewelry businessman, who faces criminal charges of failing to keep proper anti-theft records for precious metals received at his store, now faces an unrelated felony count of sexual abuse of an elderly woman. Stephen J. Edwards, 70, has pleaded not guilty in Vermont Superior Court to… Read More »

Milestones — James and Carol Bouyea

Milestones — James and Carol Bouyea

James and Carol Bouyea of Shelburne are pleased to announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Christine Bouyea, to Sanjiv Gajiwala, son of Hema Gajiwala and the late Pankaj Gajiwala of Downers Grove, Ill. on June 23, 2018. The ceremony and subsequent celebration were held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Jill Thompson,… Read More »

Police, fire crews rescue dog stuck in rocks

STAFF REPORT Police and rescue crews were called into action last week when a dog wandered off into the woods near Cheesefactory Lane in Shelburne and  became stuck between two rocks. Shelburne Police arrived first on the scene late last Thursday morning and found that the dog – a hound named Baby Girl – had… Read More »

After a wait, swimmers cross the lake

After a wait, swimmers cross the lake

The fourth annual Lake Champlain Open Water Swim was postponed from Saturday to Sunday last weekend due to windy conditions. On Sunday, 49 swimmers took to the water in Essex, N.Y. for the 3.76-mile race to Charlotte. Dozens of kayakers followed along. The race benefits the nonprofit Lake Champlain Committee. Organizer Christophe Lissarrague didn’t have… Read More »

All’s well that ends well

All’s well that ends well

Fire departments from Shelburne, Charlotte, Hinesburg and South Burlington responded to a call for smoke from a blown transformer at Shelburne Museum’s Webb Gallery on Friday. A museum maintenance worker caught the smoke coming from the boiler room, and the departments responded quickly. There was no damage to the gallery, according to a museum spokeswoman.

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