On March 1, dairy farm and grocer Family Cow Farmstand closed its doors after 13 years of providing raw milk to Hinesburg. Now, another farm has stepped in to take its place.
Hinesburg resident Francesca Arnoldy is in high demand today, as an expert in providing emotional support at the beginning and end of life.
A total of 915 Hinesburg residents voted on or before Town Meeting Day 2021, according to Town Clerk Melissa Ross, who released the results around 8 p.m. on March 2.
The Hinesburg town ambulance is on the ballot again this Tuesday as voters will choose whether to approve or reject the budget.
The Black Lives Matter flag was raised over Hinesburg town hall on Feb. 1, after a resolution to display it was passed unanimously by the Select Board.
His father worked on Apollo 11 in Guam. His sister is a science educator and geologist. His great, great grandfather fought in the Civil War. And his great, great, great grandfather helped build one of the earliest Black communities in Vermont, on Lincoln Hill Road in Hinesburg.
A book on early Black settlers in Hinesburg has been given a second life with a reprint by the Vermont Historical Society.