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COMMUNITY BURLINGTON The Intervale Center Summervale July 18: Thursdays through Aug. 29: 5:30-8 p.m. 16th annual. Free admission. Local food and music festival, children’s activities. Cash only event. No pets or alcohol. Limited parking. inter-vale.org/summervale 180 Intervale Rd. Greek Food Festival July 28: noon-5 p.m. Rain or shine. Full Greek menu and Greek pastries. Music… Read More »

What I did this summer – put on a show!

What I did this summer – put on a show!

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer Shea Dunlop of Hinesburg and Tommy Bergeron of Essex will have an impressive answer if someone asks them the timeworn question: What did you do on your summer vacation? They started a theater company and are starring in its first play – a musical called “35MM: A Musical Exhibition.” Dunlop and… Read More »

The freedom to fly

The freedom to fly

A red-tailed hawk is brought to freedom July 2 by Drew Farmer and her father Will Farmer of Hinesburg. While mowing her lawn, Denise Farmer spied wings “sticking out of a tree.” Finding the bird was alive, she tried to reach professional wildlife help with no luck. So, the family, including daughters Riley and Rowan,… Read More »

Teen suicide prevention row-a-thon raises $18,000

Teen suicide prevention row-a-thon raises $18,000

Community from around Vermont and New England gathered at the Lake Champlain Maritime Muse-um on Saturday, June 29, to raise money and awareness for teen suicide prevention. This first “Hope for TomorROW” row-a-thon was a collaboration between Project HOePpnEr and the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum in honor of Paul Hoeppner, a Hinesburg resident and Champlain… Read More »

Hinesburg’s July Fourth means community

Hinesburg’s July Fourth means community

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer By 9 a.m. on the Fourth of July in Hinesburg, people had started staking out their favorite spots for viewing a parade that didn’t start for another two hours. Recreation Department Coordinator Jennifer McCuin, who oversees the parade, said that some people have been coming with their lawn chairs and blankets… Read More »

The road taken: Police chief Anthony Cambridge

The road taken: Police chief Anthony Cambridge

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer The idea of becoming a police officer occurred to Anthony Cambridge one day in 2005. This week, 14 years later, he will be sworn in as Hinesburg’s new chief of police on Independence Day. Cambridge’s journey to his new role has come with some fated twists and turns, which he recently… Read More »

It’s showtime for Erin Evarts: Lyric Theatre Company has a new home and an enthusiastic new leader

It’s showtime for Erin Evarts: Lyric Theatre Company has a new home and an enthusiastic new leader

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer For 45 years, Lyric Theatre Company has relied upon the kindness and efforts of volunteers. Having recently completed a $1.4 million capital campaign and purchased a permanent home, Lyric Theatre now is ready to fly – figuratively, and sometimes literally. New executive director Erin Evarts said last year that more than… Read More »

Rise n’ Shine plan unveiled for public

Rise n’ Shine plan unveiled for public

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer Flood warnings may have canceled a Charlotte Planning Commission site visit to the corner of Route 7 and Church Hill Road last week, but a public event by Rise ‘n Shine Farms heralding plans for the property went on. A steady flow of visitors stopped in at the former gas station… Read More »

Town Link Trail: A work-in-progress

Town Link Trail: A work-in-progress

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer As it currently exits, the so-called Town Link Trail doesn’t have much “town” and very little “link.” It does have some beautiful “trail” that inspires dreams about what could be if the vision for the trail were to become reality. The Town Link Trail has become a frequent subject at recent… Read More »

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