A state court on Nov. 17 issued an order in a lawsuit filed by Shelburne’s former zoning and planning director Dean Pierce against the town and its town manager Lee Krohn over a slew of public records requests that he claimed were improperly denied.
Col. Bud Ockert opened his Shelburne Veterans Day presentation by reading the Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist and war correspondence Ernie Pyle’s definition of a veteran.
Nov. 14 at 7:24 a.m., a man was found wrapped in a blanket sleeping on the side of Shelburne Road near Drew Lane. Officers contacted the person and they said they were fine, police said.
Nov. 18 at 4 p.m., Dustin M. Martin, 34, of Shelburne was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident, driving with a criminally suspended license and giving false information to a police officer after police said he crashed his vehicle on Interstate 89 in South Burlington and fled on foot.
Seven Champlain Valley School District educators recently completed the Snelling Center for Government’s Vermont School Leadership Project.
Gloria Mantagaris, a paraeducator at the Shelburne Community School has been named the Vermont NEA’s Education Support Professional of the Year for 2023 according to the Vermont banch of the National Education Association.
The Vermont Soccer Coaches Association announced its All-State honors.
All season long, the Champlain Valley Union High School football team has been led by its offense.
The Shelburne Players is holding auditions for its March production of “The Somewhat True Ta…
Shelburne Craft School hosts its winter festival and craft fair on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 2-…
Be sure not to miss Shelburne’s annual tree lighting and carol sing on Friday, Dec. 2, on th…
Several Shelburne residents are holding a meeting to consider joining the Village-to-Village…
Author C. Jane Taylor will host a reading of her book, “Spirit Traffic,” at the Hinesburgh P…
Snow geese at Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area in Addison on their annual migration south.
It’s December folks. The season of buying crap no one wants.
Years ago, I found a YouTube video where Stephen King espoused 10 pieces of advice to the University of Maine’s graduating class of 2005. The closing piece of this advice was simple: stay in Maine.
There is no greater personal evil than deliberately taking the life of an innocent, defenseless human being, and there is no greater tribute to selfishness than elective abortion.
At 4 a.m. the day before every election, my team and I set out on a 14-county tour, visiting all of Vermont’s 14 counties in one day. This 500-plus-mile tour has a way to put things into perspective.
Congratulations to Sen. Becca Balint and attorney general Charity Clark. The League of Women Voters of Vermont applauds you as ground-breaking women.
Yogi Berra is credited with the maxim, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.” He was giving fellow catcher Joe Garagiola directions to his house.
This week we remember that on Nov. 9-10, 1938, the Kristallnacht pogrom took place throughout Nazi Germany and its annexed countries.
On Nov. 15, Shelburne’s selectboard will hold a special hearing to consider removing the mixed residential character district from form-based code zoning.
I write this before Nov. 8, with election outcomes unknown. Regardless of the results, I wish to correct statements of misunderstanding included in a letter to the editor.
“November is usually such a disagreeable month.” So wrote Lucy Maude Montgomery.