Shelburne’s newly formed equity and diversity committee wants to hire a consultant, but the town’s selectboard first wants to know what it’ll get for its money.

Nov. 12 at 3:04 p.m., although there was extensive damage to two vehicles that crashed at New England Kenworth and both had to be towed, the occupants of neither appeared to be injured and were not transported.

Some Shelburne residents are concerned about an exodus of officers from the Shelburne Police Department and its ability to safely cover shifts for a department that is supposed to run 24/7 wit…

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As he takes over as Shelburne’s poet laureate, Rob Broder recognizes that his poetic feet have some pretty big shoes to fill.

Meagan Downey of Shelburne isn’t counting eggs because her startup business is still in the process of hatching, but she’s got to feel confident her proposed company will fly.

Landowners in the Hollow Brook area near Lazy Brook Mobile Home Park in Starksboro are partnering with the Lewis Creek Association to improve water quality and reduce flooding risks.

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The body of John Grundler, 48, of Shelburne, was found in a wooded area off North Shore Road in Charlotte last night, Nov. 11, by Vermont State Police search and rescue and New England K9.

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Williston schools have had many more students test positive for COVID than other schools in the Champlain Valley School District and no one seems to know why.

As the holidays approach and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns about a potential spike in flu cases this year, it’s important that those who are eligible, healthy and feeling well make an appointment to donate blood or platelets, implored the American Red Cross this week.

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