Henry Sengle, a Hinesburg native, returned to his home state and found a way to combine his passion for the outdoors and love for sewing to start Thuja, a sustainable hoodie company.
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.
Chris Conant has been a member of the Lake Iroquois Association (LIA) since 2016, but his history with the lake goes back much further.
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.
On Nov. 15, the Burg Buck program ends, so spend your Burg Bucks before that day. About $8,000 in Burg Bucks are ready for town spending.
Zuckerman loses to incumbent Phil Scott and voters return democrat Bill Lippert to the state house.
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.
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.
The Chapter 26-1 Commander of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association is Hinesburger Floyd (Omen) Wood who, at age 72…