Hinesburg has held a huge small-town Fourth of July for at least 50 years.

And again, this year the Fourth will happen with Hinesburg – Independence Day won’t be going dark despite coronavirus limitations.

“Can you understand the deep amount of hurt and pain that this might have caused, but do you have any empathy at all?”

Elizabeth Deutsch of Hinesburg got cut off during the May 6 Zoom selectboard meeting, while commenting on Lake Iroquois’ milfoil problem.

Bleeding hearts, day lilies, hostas, lupines, peonies, astilbes, primroses, phlox, sedums, shasta daisies and other perennial beauties from private gardens in Hinesburg shone at the Osborne Pa…

Connor Contois, left, and John Lyman from the Hinesburg Police Department put up flags in preparation for Memorial Day. The flags will stay up through July 4.


The long simmering debate about using an herbicide to fight an invasive weed in Lake Iroquois roiled to a boil at the Hinesburg Selectboard meeting on Thursday, May 6.


The familiar sound of the starting line bell for the United Church of Hinesburg’s annual plant sale joined the list of things missed amid the coronavirus pandemic.


The coronavirus has devastated the family of Frank Twarog and he’s worried Hinesburg residents are minimizing the risks of the disease.

On Monday morning, April 13, Twarog’s mother passed away from complications from coronavirus in Boston.


Eight members of the Hinesburg Volunteer Fire Department and First Response have been placed in isolation after a patient treated as a medical assist later tested positive for COVID-19, offici…

Whether or not to create an ambulance service of its own was arguably the most noteworthy issue considered by Hinesburg at Town Meeting. But the voice vote on Monday night has by no means sett…


Logger. Storyteller. Writer. Master of backwoods similes and metaphors. Bill Torrey had around 65 people laughing as he recounted stories of his years in the Vermont woods.

After much work and tough cuts to some desirable programs, the Hinesburg Selectboard approved a proposed town budget with almost $4.2 million in expenses on Wednesday, Jan. 29. They also appro…

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