Hinesburg residents will vote Nov. 3 whether to approve an $11.7 million bond to build a new wastewater treatment facility.
Hinesburg residents will soon decide on whether or not to move forward with a plan to operate a town ambulance service.
Hinesburg selectboard member Jeff Tobrocke resigned Monday after sending a sharply-worded email to town administrator Renae Marshall, challenging her intentions during racial equity discussions in the town.
Students returned to Champlain Valley Union High School this week under a hybrid learning model where cohorts of students…
Hinesburg—Bill Lippert won the Democratic primary Tuesday for the Vermont House District 4-2,
topping first time candidate Christina Deeley 723 to 451.
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.
On July 15, the Hinesburg Select Board gathered over Zoom to discuss the importance of wearing masks in public. Their objectives: to protect people’s health and to support local businesses.
Restaurants in Hinesburg are trying to feed their customers, while still adapting to the COVID-19 restrictions.
Hinesburg’s Kevin Willard listed his house last fall with no offers. This spring it was a different story.
It all started June 9 with a simple post on Front Porch Forum. Spear asked families for their food scraps to feed her two pigs and sure enough, Creekside Community resident Ute Talley answered the call.