The Champlain Housing Trust is in talks about buying the Days Inn on Shelburne Road, Rep. Jessica Brumsted told the selectboard Sept. 14.
Clemmons Family Farm executive director Lydia Clemmons received the Con Hogan Award for creative, entrepreneurial community leadership from the the Vermont Community Foundation.
Even though it doesn’t have any bells and whistles, Ernie Goodrich is proud of his Chevy Cheyenne 1500 series pickup. He bought it new in 1988 and has taken good care of it since. It’s almost as well maintained as the lawns and monuments of Shelburne’s cemeteries.
Vermont State Police identified the woman whose body was found in Lake Champlain in Charlotte on Sept. 17 as Katherine Curley, 74, of Evergreen, Colo.
A former Central Vermont doctor, who has been sued by two mothers on claims he secretly used his sperm — instead of the intended donor’s — to impregnate the women more than 40 years ago, is now facing unprofessional conduct charges from the state.
Camber Freese of Shelburne has been named to the president’s list for the summer semester at Southern New Hampshire University.
The Champlain Valley School District has lost its second director of diversity in 14 months. Liliana Rodríguez resigned last week, superintendent Rene Sanchez said in the school system’s newsletter, citing COVID.
Champlain Valley quarterback Max Destito threw for 183 passing yards and four touchdowns to help lead the Redhawks to a win over Burr and Burton on Saturday afternoon.
Shelburne’s Kaiden Fisher ran a safe race to finish 11th on Friday, Sept. 17, at the King of the Road championship night to make him an official RK Miles Street Stock champion.
The world premiere of “The Suffragist Reenactment Society,” will be held Saturday, Oct. 2, 7…
Age Well’s Shelburne October meal pick-up event is Tuesday, Oct. 12, 11 a.m.-noon, St. Cathe…
Vermont holds an Out of the Darkness walk to bring awareness to suicide prevention Saturday,…
Friends of the Pierson Library in Shelburne is collecting books for its upcoming book sale.
In no way did I expect to feel like this. Driving north on Interstate 93, headed to drop off Dehlia at school followed on all sides by rain and fog and rain, my windshield wipers barely keeping up with any of it, I’m fine.
For over 20 years, most school districts in Vermont have been denied their fair share of education funds, and their constitutional right to equitable educational opportunity.
Vermont’s legislative social equity caucus encourages Vermonters to challenge a growing narrative coming from outside of our borders that is deliberately using fear and division to threaten our world-class education system.
I was taken aback to see our neighbor, Ann Hogan, misquoted on the front page of the Shelburne News where a quote from Ann is highlighted states the opposite of what she presented.
The Sept. 16, 2021, front-page story, “Plan for 107 homes sparks opposition,” misinterpreted my comment from a recent Shelburne Planning Commission meeting and calls for a correction.