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After being shut down for over a year, the upgraded Ethan Allen Express is poised to come back in 2022 with its services expanding to Burlington.

Maureen Usifer is now a member of the South Burlington-based, employee-owned PC Construction board of directors, making her the first female to take a seat at that table.

Shelburne’s first responders had a busy Mother’s Day, according to firefighter and town manager Lee Krohn — three calls came in, including a water rescue on Shelburne Pond.

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Champlain Valley Union High School senior Mackenzie Marcus is looking forward to prom because she can finally visit with the friends she has rarely seen since last spring.

Things are starting to look — dare we say — normal as spring sports continue on.

Missisquoi hit back-to-back-to-back home runs in the fifth inning to pull away for a run-shortened win over Champlain Valley on Saturday, May 1.

On May 29 and 30, the 34th Vermont Scholastic Chess Championships will take place at the Cap…

On Saturday, May 22, join the Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg Rotary for its Spin into Spring …

The Shelburne News article about the Shelburne Shipyard designation as an historic site deserves clarification on a couple of points. There are several types of historic district designations and the terminology can be very confusing.

In the midst of being somewhat numbed to writing about and during the “coronaverse” — while acknowledging all the wellsprings of revelation, realization and reckoning it has provided — it has become so clear that we don’t pay poets enough.

The photograph of two women on the dais sent a powerful message to all who were watching: women’s place is on the dais.

We are writing in reference to an April 14th article, “District hires new diversity director.” The reporter could have announced the hire of the highly qualified Dr. Liliana Rodriguez and all that she brings to this long-awaited position. 

We, represent cumulatively more than 9,500 employers with more than 200,000 employees implore you to conform with the federal treatment of forgiven Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans in the tax year 2021, just as you did in tax year 2020.