Longtime fire chief Al Barber waves to the crowd at Hinesburg’s Independence Day parade on Sunday.

An hour and half into Hinesburg’s first-ever Juneteenth celebration Saturday, about 20 people had showed up.

Nick Baker is Hinesburg’s new interim fire chief. He replaces longtime chief Al Barber, who resigned last month after what some residents called homophobic and misogynistic memes surfaced on his public Facebook profile.

The Hinesburg Fire Department and Scout Troop 690 paid respects to town veterans with the presentation of colors and the playing of taps at the monument on the village green across Highway 116…

As the Hinesburg Selectboard perused a draft policy governing town employees’ personal use of social media, board members questioned if it applied to them.

At 9 a.m. on Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, the Hinesburg Fire Department and Scout Troop 690 will pay respect to town veterans with the presentation of colors and the playing of taps at the Ve…

After a month of controversy over a meme Al Barber posted that many deemed homophobic, the Hinesburg fire chief is retiring.

During his first full week on the job, new Hinesburg town manager Todd Odit had a meeting with Al Barber, the town’s fire chief, to discuss a controversial meme Barber shared on his Facebook page.

Hinesburg residents bundled up and took to the town’s neighborhoods and streets to participate in Vermont’s annual Green Up Day.

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