It’s official

It’s official

Charlotte trails officials formally open the new Charlotte Town Link Trail underpass in a ribbon-cutting community celebration last Saturday. The underpass was part of the 2017 U.S. Route 7 reconstruction, providing a safe path for bikers, pedestrians and other trail users, under the busy highway. From left to right, are Charlotte Trails Committee members Stephany… Read More »

Fall teams in full swing on the pitch, the court and gridiron

Fall teams in full swing on the pitch, the court and gridiron

By LAUREN READ GIRLS SOCCER CVU 2, South Burlington 0: The Champlain Valley Union girls soccer team continued their hot start for the season, defeating host South Burlington 2-0 on Friday. Olivia Zubarik had both goals for the Redhawks, now 2-0. Catherine Gilwee had the assist on both tallies, while Maryn Askew made five saves… Read More »

Evening bird-watching paddle

Evening bird-watching paddle

Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department staff will lead an evening bird-watching paddle at the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area in Addison, 5-7 p.m. on Sept. 26. Participants must bring their own canoe or kayak, paddles, and life jackets. The outing will seek to observe the many species at Dead Creek during the fall bird migration… Read More »

Local artist jazzes up ArtsRiot

Local artist jazzes up ArtsRiot

The doorway to ArtsRiot in Burlington got a facelift recently with some custom artwork by Shelburne resident Erin Bundock. A 2016 Champlain Valley Union  graduate, Bundock works at ArtsRiot and goes to the University of Vermont. She will have original works on exhibit at this week’s South End Art Hop and at the VCAM and… Read More »

Little League at the big leagues

Little League at the big leagues

Little League season may be over but some Shelburne Little League players, coaches and family members managed to get in field trips in the final days of summer that were all about the big leagues. Top: The Shelburne Storm Little League baseball team on Aug. 26 visited the NESN TV studio as guests for “NESN Clubhouse,”… Read More »

Hot wheels

Hot wheels

Mark Tarnacki of Burlington inspects a mint-condition 1956 Ford tractor owned by Leo Fortin of Hinesburg during the Champlain Valley Fair, which ended Sunday.

CVU field hockey, x-c, soccer teams start strong

CVU field hockey, x-c, soccer teams start strong

By LAUREN READ FIELD HOCKEY CVU 6, Burlington 0: Champlain Valley Union field hockey started the fall season on the right note last weekend. The Redhawks defense did not allow a shot on goal to earn the shutout and Flynn Hall paced the offense in a 6-0 win over Burlington on Friday in Hinesburg. Hall had three… Read More »