Hinesburg Community School Principal’s Report

October 2016 Grades K-2 Kindergarten has been studying fall. This week we have worked on apples, tasting different types, making applesauce, and tasting other apple things. Yummy!! Kindergarten has also implemented “All Kindergarten Morning Meeting” every Friday. Each class takes a turn to lead a morning meeting for all three kindergarten teams. The components include:… Read More »

Natural Mattress opens its new store on Shelburne Road

Natural Mattress opens its new store on Shelburne Road

Those looking for a good night’s sleep can find a new place to shop on Shelburne Road. Michael Hassenberg has opened Natural Mattress, expanding on the organic resources he has been offering at his other venture, The Green Life, in downtown Burlington. Hassenberg is proud to offer mattresses that are free of chemicals. They are… Read More »

09-25 to 10-01-24 Hinesburg Public Safety Log

Hinesburg Community Police Station Open House – I would like to thank the community for participating in our open house and the Fire Department’s Fun Day. It is always a pleasure to get to meet new residents and say hello to the not so new residents. Drug Take Back – On Saturday, October 22, from… Read More »

Rotary Club plans annual Hands to Honduras trip

Rotary Club plans annual Hands to Honduras trip

This February, volunteers for Hands to Honduras – Tela (H2HT) will travel to the Central American Republic of Honduras to team with local people in projects to benefit Honduran communities. Each year, volunteers travel to Honduras to work on a variety of projects. According to the H2HT website, past projects have included constructing a center… Read More »

Charlotte selectboard approves new sign

A new “Welcome to Charlotte” sign will be installed, replacing the former one on the southern end of Spear Street. Charlotte Selectboard Chairman Lane Morrison said he believes the previous sign was stolen. Morrison’s remarks came during the Aug. 22 board meeting as fellow board members voted unanimously to approve the purchase of a replacement… Read More »

Federal Judge orders PSB to open condemnation hearings

Federal Judge orders PSB to open condemnation hearings

  U.S. District Chief Judge Christina Reiss issued a decision Monday, and ordered the Vermont Public Service Board to open today’s hearing regarding the condemnation of Geprags park land for the Vermont Gas Systems pipeline project. The PSB hearing is slated to start at 9:30 a.m. at the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources facility, 190… Read More »

Essex, NY 37th annual Market Day on August 6

Essex, NY 37th annual Market Day on August 6

Essex, NY will hold its annual Downtown Essex Day on Saturday, August 6, from 10:00am to 4:00pm, rain or shine. Essex Day was started 37 years ago as a clambake when a handful of residents wanted to spice up the last month of summer. Neighbors contributed to the celebration by making pies, cookies, and ice… Read More »

Zuckerman balances work, campaign duties

Zuckerman balances work, campaign duties

David Zuckerman admits he’s juggling a few plates these days. The 44-year-old Hinesburg resident is an organic farmer running for lieutenant governor. The Massachusetts native served in the Vermont Senate, representing Chittenden County as a Progressive. Away from the world of politics, Zuckerman owns and operates Full Moon Farm along with his wife, Rachel Nevitt.… Read More »

Milestones

Milestones

John Neville Farmer Professor John Neville Farmer died gently July 10, 2016 at Wake Robin Retirement Community, Shelburne, VT. He is survived by his wife Margaret (McQuarrie). They were married for 63 years. John was born to English parents on June 19, 1929 in Simla, India. His parents were Sydney John Farmer (S. J.) and… Read More »

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