To the annals of underdog stories, alongside David and Goliath, the 1980 USA Olympic team’s Miracle on Ice, the 1969 Mets, the 2004 Boston Red Sox and other longshot victories, inscribe “Responsible Growth Hinesburg versus Hannaford.”

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A Shelburne man who went to prison for 18 months for mail fraud, money laundering and making false statements to a U.S. probation officer, may get off federal supervision early due to good behavior.

More than 500 runners braved the pre-winter wind during the Green Mountain Athletic Association’s annual Turkey Trot 5K on Thanksgiving morning. Now in its 43rd year, the event, which serves a…

Those looking to help their neighbors in need this holiday season can easily access opportunities through the United Way of Northwest Vermont’s Volunteer Connection, a mobile-friendly tool tha…

A light coating of snow brightens the landscape in the view from atop Mount Philo Tuesday morning. The forecast calls for warming temperatures into next week.

A group of volunteers came out on Saturday, Nov.23, to break ground and start clearing, for the next section of Charlotte’s Town Link Trail. The half-mile stretch that runs along State Park Ro…

Jake Burton Carpenter — the man whose name became synonymous with the evolution of snowboarding, from maligned troublemaker fringe sport, through mainstream acceptance and success, to Olympic …

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It’s not exactly a botanical Dracula that grows on the bottom of Lake Iroquois – and too many other lakes in Vermont. In fact, Eurasian milfoil may be worse than a vampire, if that’s possible,…

Criminal investigators are continuing their probe into the fatal shooting of a man in Hinesburg four months ago – and the subsequent arrest of his stepson for possessing the handgun used to kill him.

About 55 Champlain Valley Union High School students, and a handful of adults, braved the cold and rain on Thursday, Nov. 21, for their overnight sleep out to benefit Spectrum Youth and Family…

Hannaford Supermarket has called off its nearly decade-long effort to build a new superstore in Hinesburg.

Three Hinesburg Community School students took the opportunity to turn an assignment into an opportunity to make the holidays a little more special for their food-insecure classmates.

David Edleson, rabbi at South Burlington’s Temple Sinai, planned to start the 3SquaresVT Challenge on Sunday, Nov. 17. Then he slipped up and bought a salad at Panera Bread.

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We asked a group of local students what they were most grateful to have this holiday season. Food, family and friends took top billing, but pe…

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