“Housing is a huge factor,” one of the Shelburne restaurant’s co-managers said, explaining the challenge of finding employees.
A birthday on Earth Day: The life and legacy of Shelburne Farms’ Marshall Webb
Marshall Webb, co-founder of today’s Shelburne Farms, died Thursday in a drowning that stemmed from a heart attack. His family and friends now look forward to preserving his legacy of environmental stewardship.
Harbor Place in Shelburne will be redeveloped to create new affordable housing
The new development will be called Bay Ridge and will provide 94 units of housing, according to permit applications.
Shelburne residents question police chief settlement, demand transparency in next search
Under terms of the agreement shared with VTDigger, outgoing Chief Aaron Noble will keep his benefits through October and his salary through Oct. 15, 2023 — an arrangement that is expected to cost taxpayers about $170,000.
Local police asked to exhaust all possibilities before turning to Vermont State Police for help
Local and state police face the same problem: not enough officers to perform their basic responsibilities.
Man sentenced to life in prison for murdering his wife declines a chance at parole
Gregory Fitzgerald, 64, was originally sentenced to mandatory life in prison for killing his wife in 1993. He became eligible for parole this year under a settlement agreement in a post-conviction appeal.
Then Again: Gilded Age in Vermont led to philanthropy that would last generations
There were some — including Frederick Billings, William Seward Webb and Joseph Battell — who saw that their great fortunes had given them tremendous power to help others.
Scenes from the polls: Town Meeting Day 2022
Voters in 15 towns shared their views on cannabis, affordability and much more with student reporters for UVM's Community News Service
Chittenden County towns to decide whether to establish mask mandates
Seven communities are slated to decide this week if mask mandates are right for their communities.
Study looks to find policing trends, though information isn’t easy to collect
Only 11 of 56 local law enforcement departments across Vermont responded to requests for information from UVM’s Center for Research.
Four Shelburne primary care doctors to close shop this spring
The Vermont Medical Society says small practices have been weakened by the pandemic.
Child care system adds hubs quickly, but many families still face big problem
The state’s patchwork child care solution still leaves plenty of families in the lurch, many of whom are balking at paying for care they once received for free through their public schools.
Woolf: Suburbs are home to much higher income families
The same factors that have led to wealthier suburbs surrounding poorer cities nationally — school quality, condition of housing stock, municipal services and taxes — are also present in Vermont.
Shelburne's poet laureate seeks successor
Rick Bessette, to his knowledge the only local poet laureate in the state, will take on another two-year term if no one else seeks the post.