Town Meeting Day a well-attended, paragon of participatory democracy in Vermont, has suffered this year because of COVID-19 bans on gathering — but was the tradition headed out before the pandemic?
On March 2, Shelburne voters will decide seven articles on this strange-for-Vermont Town Meeting Day, with votes cast via Australian, or secret, ballot.
On Saturday, Feb. 13 dog owners in Shelburne and beyond were invited to stop by the community’s dog park to give their pooches some smooches — did you take any photos? Send them our way.
Two days before Valentine’s Day at 8:30 a.m., Bippin Sharma hopped out of his car, fetched two coolers full of Meals on Wheels food and nestled them in his trunk.
A recent study found that Black drivers are 4.4 times more likely to be stopped by police than white drivers in Shelburne, raising concerns among Shelburne selectboard members.
Committed to making sure that Champlain Valley School District students are not hungry, school food staff have multiplied the number of meals they are produce.
The Shelburne Fair and Impartial Policing Team, a group of community members who say they are concerned about the town’s fair and impartial policing policy, will host a virtual informational m…
A former South Burlington man, who saw his expensive Tesla car destroyed in a suspicious 2019 fire on an ice-covered Lake Champlain near Shelburne Bay, has been arrested in Seabrook, N.H., on …
The Shelburne Athletic Club’s owner Louis Natale and his management team made the most of COVID-affected business recently by collecting items for the town’s food shelf.
Christina Koliander, of Monkton, who served as managing editor of The Morgan Horse magazine and as communications specialist for the American Morgan Horse Association, previously based in Shel…