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.
This year has been anything but standard—the same goes for Trillium Farm.
Like many other aspects of daily life, the music scene in Hinesburg has been disrupted by COVID-19. But some musicians are working hard to keep the music alive.
“Take what you need. Leave what you can.” Their motto is simple, but the idea behind Hinesburg’s Little Free Pantry has big implications for the community, especially as locals fight the difficulties wrought by COVID-19.
“It was about more than the cows.” said Tom Ayer, superintendent of Cedar Knoll Country Club, as he looked out at where it all started – hole ten.
Although Vermont PreK-12 schools are closed for the remainder of the school year, students across the state have shifted to learning at home as part of the effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Being laid off or just having one’s job substantially cut back can throw many individuals and families into a financial crisis.
The Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD) is monitoring the impact of COVID-19 with state health agencies.
7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday. CVU Theatre Program presents “Monty Python’s Edukational Show.”
Hinesburg residents will gather on Monday, March 2, starting at 7 p.m. in the Champlain Valley Union High School auditorium for town meeting where they will consider nearly $4.3 million in town spending items for the coming fiscal year.
10:30 a.m. to noon. Adult coloring drop-in at Carpenter-Carse Library.
Tuesday, Jan. 21. 6:30 p.m. Open Mic. The Charlotte Grange. Any type of acoustic music, poetry or storytelling is welcome
For Vermonters fortunate enough to have been in warm homes last Thursday, the evening most likely passed by uneventfully, save for some slight annoyance at the cold rain thrashing against their windows.
Garbage. Trash. Waste. Rubbish. For many, these words trigger images of cans and baskets lined with oversized plastic bags filled to the brim with…
OCTOBER 31, 2020 Roads, lots, and fields flooded all throughout Hinesburg on November 1st after a rainy...
Thursday, Nov. 14 American Red Cross Blood Drive. 12:30 to 6 p.m. All blood types needed. At the United Church of Hinesburg, Vermont Rt. 116. Information at redcrossblood.org. Annual Family Night Benefit Dinner for Hinesburg Nursery School. 4 to 9 p.m. Reservations...
College friendships are not always as fruitful or long-lasting as the one Hinesburg residents Phebe Mott and Elisabeth Garvey share
SAM LECOMPTE | NOVEMBER 13, 2019 The Hinesburg Hair Studio is a fairly new business located a few doors down from the Paisley Hippo, staffed by three professional hair dressers, Laura, Laurena and Chelsea – appointments help but walk-ins are...
SAM LECOMPTE | COMMUNITY NEWS SERVICE | NOVEMBER 13, 2020 The Paisley Hippo is a happening lunch and brunch spot located in the village center. The varied menu includes the famous Paisley steak sandwiches and fries. Filmed and Produced by Sam Le...
SAM LECOMPTE | NOVEMBER 13, 2019 The Hinesburg Library is a public library dedicated to serving the residents of Hinesburg and beyond. The library is open six days a week and hosts many events and happenings. Filmed and produced by Sam...
Hinesburg resident Richard Watts, along with videographers Eliza Giles and Sam LeCompte, spent a few hours walking around town.
“I was born and brought up on a farm in Hinesburg,” Gussie Levern told an interviewer with the Vermont Folklife Center.
Film: “Lake Effect” 5:30 to 8 p.m.
Ferrisburgh Town Offices & Community Center
Despite Hinesburg’s small-town size, it boasts a surprising variety of restaurants with a wide range of cuisines to choose from.