As the summer comes to an end, schools across the country begin to announce their plans for beginning the school year amidst a global pandemic.
The Hinesburg Town Selectboard voted 4:1 Wednesday night to accept a federal grant to hire an additional police officer, bringing the town’s full-time equivalent police force to six.
Bobbie Summers has been a client of Animal Hospital of Hinesburg since the late 1990s, back when they had a much smaller clinic. He said he has been seeing them ever since, and faithfully.
Restaurants in Hinesburg are trying to feed their customers, while still adapting to the COVID-19 restrictions.
After forty years in Hinesburg, local mechanic David Johansson is leaving town and his self-owned small engine business behind.
Youth Golf Programs with Coach Ryan, Fair Food Night, Back to School Children’s Clothing and Book Swap, and more.
Like many other aspects of daily life, the music scene in Hinesburg has been disrupted by COVID-19. But some musicians are working hard to keep the music alive.
In place of Hinesburg’s long-standing Fourth of July parade, a home float option will be this year’s main attraction due to COVID-19.