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.
The Hinesburg Drop-Off Center will open in mid-July, said CSWD Outreach and Communictions Director Michele Morris.
In place of Hinesburg’s long-standing Fourth of July parade, a home float option will be this year’s main attraction due to COVID-19.
For the first time in its 73-year history, Shelburne Museum will not open for summer due to concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic, Museum Director Thomas Denenberg announced.
Hinesburg’s Energy Committee is one step closer to developing a town solar plan after the Selectboard approved a request for proposals at its May 6 meeting.
As the COVID-19 pandemic forces many businesses to shut down temporarily or, in
some cases, for good, more out-of-work Vermonters are turning to food shelves and food banks to help nourish themselves and their families.
About two weeks ago, eight members of the Hinesburg Fire Department were inadvertently exposed to an individual with the COVID-19 virus during a call for assistance, according to Hinesburg Fire Chief Al Barber.