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.

Farewell, Lt. Fortin

Farewell, Lt. Fortin

The staff at the Shelburne town offices took time last week for a farewell lunch to toast Shelburne Police Lt. Allen Fortin who wrapped up his nearly 30-year career with the department last week. Sgt. Josh Flore presented Fortin with a gift from the department: a shadow box containing the emblems the law enforcement agencies… Read More »

Shelburne Cadet Ouimet Vermont’s Youth Firefighter of the Year

Shelburne Cadet Ouimet Vermont’s Youth Firefighter of the Year

Shelburne Volunteer Fire Department member Lauryn Ouimet was honored last weekend with the annual Captain Charles Taylor Youth Firefighter of the Year award from the Vermont State Firefighter’s Association at its yearly banquet. The award recognizes a firefighter under the age of 18 who shows outstanding commitment to the fire service and the community. The Shelburne… Read More »

Thieves steal, ditch vehicles in Shelburne and Middlebury

Shelburne Police are working with Middlebury Police to find out who went on a car-stealing spree in late May and now they’re asking for help from the public for more clues. According to Shelburne Police, three vehicles from Shelburne and Middlebury were found in various places other than where their owners left them over a… Read More »

Hinesburg Police Log

June 3 5:02 p.m. Officers responded to Green Street for a welfare check regarding a family fight. After investigation, police arrested Daniel Garvatt, 40 years old of Georgia, Vt., and charged him with domestic assault. He was lodged at the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility in South Burlington. June 4 5:57 a.m. An officer checked on… Read More »