Green Up Day Coordinator Phil Pouech talks about what Green Up day looks like in Hinesburg, and how it will be run this year.
CNS reporter Devany DiPaolo snapped a few photos around Hinesburg last week.
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.
More voters voted in 2020 than in any previous Hinesburg Election, with three-quarters of the town’s registered voters casting a ballot. About 3,146 voted, according to unofficial results from Town Clerk Missy Ross. And about 71.6% of those (2,238) voted by mail.
The Burg Buck give out on Sunday was a big success according to outgoing town administrator Renae Marshall.
The town of Hinesburg is to receive a $10,000 grant to promote spending at town businesses with the “Hinesburg Buck,” a currency which can be used to make purchases in participating downtown locations.
Geprags Park has closed off a portion of the park from dogs in order to protect habitat of ground-nesting birds.
A book on early Black settlers in Hinesburg has been given a second life with a reprint by the Vermont Historical Society.
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.
Youth Golf Programs with Coach Ryan, Fair Food Night, Back to School Children’s Clothing and Book Swap, and more.