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As funding from the American Rescue Plan Act makes its way from the federal government to Vermont and then on to individual municipalities, town officials are putting together wish lists.

April 23 at 3:33 p.m., a woman driving a Jeep Grand Cherokee hit another vehicle at Shelburne Road and Bay Road and drove off. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Shelburne Police Department.

On Friday, April 16, the Champlain Valley School Board voted to hire Rene Sanchez as its next superintendent.

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.

Young players from Shelburne, Charlotte and Hinesburg — members of the Shelburne Little League — celebrate their season’s kick off on Saturday, May 1.

Twelve students from Champlain Valley Union High School and four from Mount Mansfield Union High School made up this year’s combined hockey team, according to Scott Bushweller, CVU/MMU’s head coach.

The next Charlotte Senior Center Wednesday lecture is “Live Free or Die in China” with Tao S…

New sessions added! Boost your child’s comfort and skills in the water and give them the abi…

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.

Thank you, Shelburne News, for writing about the importance of historical societies and the efforts of local communities to encourage younger citizens to be interested in their town’s history.

Crossing the street shouldn’t mean risking your life. But for anyone biking, walking, or rolling in Burlington or South Burlington, the intersection at Exit 14 and Williston Road is treacherous, having seen nine crashes in just ten years.