King of the road

King of the road

After a 65-lap test on Sunday, Hinesburg’s Bobby Therrien and his FastOne Motorsports team celebrate winning the 2017 “King of the Road” title. Therrien became the first driver in Thunder Road’s modern era to win championships in three different divisions. The new Thunder Road Late Model Champion previously won titles in the Lenny’s Shoe &… Read More »

Honduran medical team visits local partners

Honduran medical team visits local partners

Shelburne Town Manager Joe Colangelo welcomed the Honduran medical team who visited the Shelburne Farmers Market on Aug. 26. As part of a Hands to Honduras Tela medical exchange project, doctors Dioxana Catalina Lopez and Oscar Ivan Salinas Sanchez and a nurse, Karla Gricelda Duran Vargas, traveled from Tela, Honduras to spend 10 days in… Read More »

Riding so others can race

Riding so others can race

Cyclists rolling in the 12th Annual Kelly Brush Ride sponsored by VBT Bicycling and Walking Vacations on last on Saturday. The annual ride, which starts and finishes in Middlebury and winds through the Champlain Valley, drew more than 800 cyclists and 40 adaptive athletes. The event raised more than $500,000 for adaptive sports and ski racing safety.

Green Mtn. Chorus brings barbershop quartet harmonies to Richmond

Green Mtn. Chorus brings barbershop quartet harmonies to Richmond

Singers in the Green Mountain Chorus are carrying on a 70-year tradition that’s delighted audiences throughout New England with its uniquely American Barbershop Quartet style of a cappella singing. The choral group performs Sept. 24 at 3 p.m. at Richmond’s Congregational Church hosted by the Bolton-Huntington-Richmond Community Senior Center, with proceeds to benefit the non-profit… Read More »

Not just apples: Bumper peach crop a sweet surprise

Not just apples: Bumper peach crop a sweet surprise

The Shelburne Orchards web site declares in large cheerful type: “There is an obscene amount of peaches this year!” Branches on the peach trees at the orchard are so heavy with fruit that they are skimming the ground. The fuzzy fruits have been missing from the Vermont fruit scene for years, but they made a… Read More »

Carpenter Carse Library News

Carpenter Carse Library News

Outreach luncheon On Friday, Sept. 15 at noon, Librarian Sara Donegan will visit the Osborne Hall, adjacent to the United Church of Hinesburg during the weekly senior luncheon to lend library materials. Lunch is $5 and open to the public. For more information, call Debbie Wisell at 482-3058. Art at the Library: Susan Smereka’s monoprints… Read More »

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