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When Stuart Morrow, of Shelburne, was a child, the historic clock atop Shelburne’s Town Hall still worked. But nothing gold can stay, it seems. In time, the clock stopped, and its bell fell silent.

For the past few years, there has been a cloud of uncertainty hanging over the Shelburne Village Dog Park as members of the dog park committee and town officials negotiated with the Vermont Department of Conservation for its survival.

After a public hearing earlier this month, the Shelburne selectboard lowered the speed limit on a stretch of Mount Philo Road from 35-30 miles per hour.

Election News

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A hard fought, close election for the American presidency — conducted during a global pandemic — has left those who oversee elections with questions they do not usually confront.

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All eyes were on South Burlington on Monday, Oct. 19. Well... all the eyes of the Champlain Valley Union High School field hockey team were fo…

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As someone who loves forests, one of the hardest and strangest parts of my job is to figure out how to cut trees in a way that supports the healthy growth and development of these complex ecosystems.

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First of all, thank you for keeping the citizens of Shelburne informed about current issues, policies, and events in our town.

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I’m reaching out on behalf of United Way of Northwest Vermont to ask for your input on community health and wellbeing.