After three decades in Hinesburg, Papa Nick’s remains an integral part of the town, and has adapted to and helped support the community through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Author: Erin Gallagher
Burg Bucks program incentivizes local spending in Hinesburg
The Burg Bucks program, which wrapped up on Nov. 15, kept Hinesburg residents spending locally and generated over $20,000 in total revenue for local businesses.
As Hinesburg virtual teaching equity improves, Charlotte parents bring similar concerns
Charlotte parents have raised concerns that their children are getting an inequitable amount of live instruction time compared to other schools in the district, echoing concerns Hinesburg parents previously raised to school officials.
CVU faculty, students oppose keeping school resource officer
Several members of the Champlain Valley School District community, mainly high school faculty, opposed keeping a relatively new school resource officer position during a school board meeting Tuesday Nov. 17.
Hinesburg votes yes on wastewater treatment facility bond
On Tuesday, Nov 3, the town of Hinesburg voted to take out a $11,700,000 bond to build a new wastewater treatment facility.
Hinesburg votes in favor of running its own ambulance service
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, the town of Hinesburg voted in favor of operating its own ambulance service in the wake of St. Michael’s college discontinuing its free service, effective July 2021.
School board, district leaders grapple with concerns Hinesburg kids get unequal time with teachers
Concerns that Hinesburg students, especially middle-schoolers, are getting less live instruction time than other district students dominated discussion at the Champlain Valley School..
Vote 2020: Amid shifting cost estimates, Hinesburg votes on ambulance service
Hinesburg residents will soon decide on whether or not to move forward with a plan to operate a town ambulance service.
Hinesburg poll workers prepare for November election
As the election in November nears, Hinesburg poll workers — veterans and relative newcomers alike — reflect on their years working at the polls, and discuss what the upcoming election will look like.
CVU returns to play pandemic-safe football — without tackle
Champlain Valley Union High School’s football team recently started practicing for this year’s season — though the game they’ll be playing this year is quite different than in years past.