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Of Vermont’s 17 bumblebee species, four have gone extinct, according to a recent study conducted by the University of Vermont and Vermont Center for Ecostudies researchers.
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High school winter sports playoffs are winding down and Champlain Valley Union girls basketball is the lone CVU team still working towards a state title.
CVU winter teams head into playoff season, Gymnasts vault into playoffs with first CVU D-I season title
The CVU gymnastics team reclaimed their state title, defeating rival Essex on Feb. 15 at the Vermont high school state championships.
Champlain Valley Union High School student athletes this fall delivered excitement for their fans until the final whistles and buzzers, taking home seven Division I state championship titles.
About two weeks ago, eight members of the Hinesburg Fire Department were inadvertently exposed to an individual with the COVID-19 virus during a call for assistance, according to Hinesburg Fire Chief Al Barber.
Hinesburg town offices closed to the public on March 16 and since then all essential services have continued to operate including the police and fire departments, water and wastewater management, and the highway department, with adjustments to staffing and daily routines to follow social distancing guidelines put forth by Gov. Phil Scott.
In this unprecedented time of social distancing and an order for Vermonters to stay home to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, many businesses have closed.
Hinesburg’s Town Meeting Day election stretched to the end of last week when local elections officials conducted a recount in a Select Board race where challenger Jeff Tobrocke narrowly defeated incumbent Tom Ayer, 888 to 883, in the initial count on election day.
The Champlain Valley School District reported that voters on Town Meeting Day approved all of the school articles on the ballot in the member communities of Charlotte, Hinesburg, Shelburne, St. George and Williston.
When Hinesburg voters go to the polls on Town Meeting Day, March 3, they will have the job of deciding who will hold three of the town’s five Select Board seats.
Hinesburg voters will convene at 7 p.m. Monday, March 2, in the Champlain Valley Union High School auditorium to vote on the proposed 2021 budget and a plan to create a town-wide ambulance service.
On the evening of Friday, November 22, Hinesburg Director of Planning and Zoning Alex Weinhagen received an email from Tyler Sterling, the Manager of Real Estate Development for Hannaford Supermarkets.
Hinesburg’s trash and recycling drop-off center is expected to return by the end of this year after the Chittenden Solid Waste District recently chose a contractor to rebuild the facility near the town garage.
Hinesburg residents will gather on Monday, March 2, starting at 7 p.m. in the Champlain Valley Union High School auditorium for town meeting where they will consider nearly $4.3 million in town spending items for the coming fiscal year.
For Vermonters fortunate enough to have been in warm homes last Thursday, the evening most likely passed by uneventfully, save for some slight annoyance at the cold rain thrashing against their windows.
Thursday, Nov. 14 American Red Cross Blood Drive. 12:30 to 6 p.m. All blood types needed. At the United Church of Hinesburg, Vermont Rt. 116. Information at redcrossblood.org. Annual Family Night Benefit Dinner for Hinesburg Nursery School. 4 to 9 p.m. Reservations...
The Hinesburg Hair Studio is a fairly new business located a few doors down from the Paisley Hippo, staffed by three professional hair dressers, Laura, Laurena and Chelsea – appointments help but walk-ins are...
Thanksgiving weekend gives the nation good pause for the right reason and us a chance to catch our breath with family and friends, or have that last day deer hunting, unless you like to shop on Black Friday or have a favorite craft fair in mind.
In your column on page 25 of the Aug. 29 issue of the Hinesburg Record, your scholarly record speaks for itself, along with your historical knowledge and personal history in Vermont.
An earlier article discussed how trail builders maintain Hinesburg’s existing trails to avoid damage from water and erosion while making it more pleasant to walk, run or ride. But our trail network is growing and that means designing and building trails from scratch.
Did you know that one of the reasons Hinesburg’s current water quality is only in fair condition is historic activities, such as the straightening of channels, creating berms next to streams, and building or filling in next to streams?