Contrasts harvested at Clemmons Family Farm

Contrasts harvested at Clemmons Family Farm

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer This past Saturday, June 1, was a typically atypical day at the Clemmons Family Farm. Which is the way it’s been most days since Jackson and Lydia Clemmons bought the 148-acre farm on Greenbush Road in 1962. Tours of the farm and events for the summer season started Saturday and the… Read More »

Kim Nolan: Bringing mindfulness to the forefront

Kim Nolan: Bringing mindfulness to the forefront

PHYL NEWBECK Three years ago, Shelburne’s Kim Nolan was hired to run the Human Resources Department at City Market. With a PhD in Leadership and Change from Antioch University, Nolan knew she wanted to make some alterations but the most important one was her own title. In conjunction with the store’s restructuring process, her role… Read More »

Cambridge to replace Koss as Hinesburg Police Chief 

Cambridge to replace Koss as Hinesburg Police Chief 

By MIKE DONOGHUE Officer Anthony Cambridge, a six-year veteran of the Hinesburg Community Police, will become the department’s next chief. Hinesburg Town Administrator Renae Marshall said Friday evening Cambridge was the final pick from seven original candidates. Cambridge told The Citizen he is honored by the selection and enjoyed going through what he called “a… Read More »

Remembering the fallen

Remembering the fallen

At Hinesburg’s Memorial Day Community Ecumenical Prayer Service on the village green, from left on stage, Rev. Jared Hamilton of United Church of Hinesburg and Chris Meyer representing St. Jude Catholic Church listen as Marie Eddy reads the Scripture Micah 4:1.

The landscape architecture legacy of Dan Kiley

The landscape architecture legacy of Dan Kiley

The Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History in Middlebury, in partnership with the Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Cultural Landscape Foundation of Washington, D.C., and the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation will host a retrospective exhibit to honor and recognize influential and internationally-acclaimed Vermont landscape architect Daniel Urban Kiley (1912-2004)… Read More »

Regular season ends with wins and losses for CVU Redhawks

Regular season ends with wins and losses for CVU Redhawks

LAUREN READ Sports Correspondent Champlain Valley girls tennis player Sophie Dauerman captured the high school individual state championship on Saturday. Dauerman defeated Hartford’s Phelan O’Keefe – 7-6 (4), 6-3 – in the final to capture her first individual state title. Dauerman beat Woodstock’s Momo Biele, last year’s individual runner-up, in a third-set tiebreaker in the… Read More »

Aphasia Choir: The healing power of song

Aphasia Choir: The healing power of song

MELISSA CRONIN Correspondent “It’s like magic.” That’s how South Burlington resident Kate Hill describes what it’s like to sing. Hill suffered a stroke 20 years ago, resulting in expressive aphasia, a condition in which there is an impairment in language, including difficulty producing or comprehending spoken or written words. Aphasia is usually due to an… Read More »

Cohousing communities: Where the heart is

Cohousing communities: Where the heart is

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer When Julia Cavanagh moved to Champlain Valley Cohousing, one of two cohousing communities in Charlotte, she was amazed at how quickly her 5-year-old daughter learned to ride a bike. Her daughter saw the children riding bikes and she was ready to go with them. There were a lot of children with… Read More »