By LAUREN READ The EDGE Swim Team made it five Champlain Valley Swim League championships in a row, with a sweep of the girls and boys competitions on Friday and Saturday at the Sandhill Pool in Essex. The EDGE girls topped second-place Burlington Tennis Club by over 600 points, while the boys passed by the… Read More »
By EILEEN O’GRADY A 60-pound neutered brown shepherd mix named Lonny ran away from his foster home in Burlington on July 18 and his foster parents are asking people in the Shelburne, Charlotte and Hinesburg area to be on the lookout for their dog. Signs with his photo have popped up in recent days to… Read More »
By AMBER NYE and ELSIE SERAUS The Champlain Valley Youth Track and Field team set two state records at the Vermont Parks and Recreation Association State track meet held in St. Johnsbury, along with wins in several divisions. Recreation departments across Vermont sent teams to compete at the meet, held July 21 with athletes in… Read More »
By LAUREN READ The Colchester Cannons walked off with a 4-3 win over S.D. Ireland on Tuesday in the Vermont Legion baseball state tournament at Castleton University, ending Ireland’s postseason run. Champlain Valley Union High School players dominate the S.D. Ireland Legion Baseball summer league team’s roster. On Tuesday, Colchester’s Chase Carey hit an RBI… Read More »
The Bake for Good program at the Charlotte Senior Center whipped up baked items, including rolls, for the Charlotte Food Shelf last week. The program includes bakers of all ages for a multi-generational community project. At left, Aileen Chutter and her granddaughter Claire, prepare rolls to bake.
It’s all working out for Lydia Clemmons. She made a cold call to an architect, won a sizable grant, and has an historic barn that needs both of those things as she strives for it to reach its full potential. The result is a connection to an accomplished architect who is helping the Clemmons family… Read More »
There was standing room only as about 100 patrons filled the Trapp Family Lodge’s Mozart Room last week to listen to young musicians spending their summer as music fellows in Vermont. Later that night, four other Mozart musicians gathered to play at Manhattan Pizza & Pub in downtown Burlington. “We were spread a little thin… Read More »
This garden, featured in the July 15 Flynn Garden Tour, is lovingly maintained by a Charlotte family. The fundraising tour included nine Charlotte gardens.
Concert-goers to Shelburne Museum are in for a treat this Saturday when the Vermont Symphony Orchestra takes the stage behind indie rock band Guster. Unlike much of the symphony’s summer schedule, the program is rock ’n’ roll. For the four-man band Guster, this gig promises the biggest and grandest sound of the monthlong tour that… Read More »
Shelburne Little League teams recently finished the All-Star season. Players and coaches gathered for photos (and ice pops.) (Top Left) The 11-12 team. Front Row: Jason Douglas, Lucas Barton, Travis Stroh, Ty Burritt, Robbie Fragola. Second Row: Co-Manager Jason Galipeau, Elise Berger, Colin Ravlin, Colby Galipeau, Lewis Kerest, Coach Kolo Kerest, Cole Cudney, Jack St.… Read More »