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A 107-unit housing project on just over 6.5 acres on Shelburne Road north of the village took its initial step in the permitting marathon.

Seventy-four pairs of girls’ pajamas were recently shipped to The Chemawa Indian School in Salem, Ore., by the Green Mountain Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution.

Looking out from the bay of the Shelburne Fire Station after multiple fire calls during the storm on Sept. 8.

Sept. 3 at 5:36 a.m., although they checked other neighborhoods nearby, police couldn’t find a suspicious man reported to be in the area of Acorn Lane.

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.

Grace Potter with Benny Yurco jam on stage at Shelburne Museum Sept. 11 as part of its summe…

In 1940, Alice Duer Miller wrote a beautiful epic poem called “The White Cliffs.” An American who had married a British man just prior to World War I, she soon lost her husband serving a country that wasn’t hers.

Imagine, for a moment, you are a developer living in Phoenix, Ariz. Let’s say you want to build a complex with 100 rental apartment units to a…

As President Joe Biden pulled back our military presence in Afghanistan, we bore witness to the daily bravery and terror present in the lives of our service members and their allies abroad.

Lots to unpack in Deb Bucknam’s Orwellian commentary, “When it comes to racism, Democrats lead the charge,” Aug. 19, 2021.