Chittenden County is seeing a shakeup in its legislative representation, with six of the county’s southernmost House seats open to newcomers as five incumbents step out of the political scene.
The Shelburne Finance Committee is discussing the possibility of implementing a local option tax in town, which would tack on a small percentage to various sales taxes to raise revenue.
We checked in with Shelburne Selectboard candidates to see what their thoughts are regarding local topics. Here are their responses/opinions, edited for length.
As the grass gets greener, many of us get out the lawnmower. Whether you enjoy it or dread i…
The Friends of the Horticulture Farm host a free Bloom Time Festival — a walk through lilacs…
Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity’s Community Resource Center has been tempora…
As I walked into the rebuilt 1790s barn, I paced it off and found it was 30 feet by 40 feet,…
One cold spring morning, a turkey vulture soared across the sky and landed high in a tree be…
Chittenden County State’s Attorney Sarah F. George has announced her bid to seek re-election.
Lack of affordable housing in our community is an issue of equity and it’s up to us to do something about it.
In the middle of a climate change crisis, the Vermont Department of Public Service wants to make it more expensive for people to install solar power by recommending cuts to Vermont’s highly successful net-metering program.
The first of May, in addition to celebrating spring, international workers, and Soviet-style missile parades, is also National Principals Day.
The growing reawakening of enthusiasm for nuclear-powered electricity has been a remarkable development over the past 10 years.
Green Up Day, a 52-year-old tradition that spans generations of volunteers, continues to impact our landscape and quality of life.
Considering the excellent job acting Shelburne police chief Michael Thomas has done amid the sorry handling of the Noble fiasco and his length of service to the town, why are we looking abroad for a new chief?
I love words. They’re so practical. And free. We collect them throughout our lives, like artifacts of our experience, almost unaware of their power and potential.
I would like to address the settlement with former police chief Aaron Noble. I am writing this as clearly and carefully as I can to give the fullest picture of the events, noting the causes, and what I think we need to do to prevent similar events in the future.