Home   Publication Schedule   Calendar   Past Issues   Submission   About Us   Contact

Recent Articles

  • Frost Beer Works Brewery

    Posted by Posted on Thursday, 23 Oct 2014 02:25 PM

    Frost Beer Works Brewery to Open in Hinesburg

    By cathy ryan

    A microbrewery is coming to Hinesburg. Frost Beer Works, owned by Garin Frost, has taken over a portion of the 171 Commerce Street building (with Minuteman Press occupying the remainder). Frost used to own Vermont Print and Mail, which resided in this same building. Although Frost lives in Williston with his wife, son, and daughter, he believes Hinesburg makes perfect sense for the location of his brewery, saying, “I have a great fondness for Hinesburg and see it as a really great location for a brewery.” He has been working hard on getting the location ready for the delivery of the brewing equipment which is scheduled to arrive in late October or early November.

  • Once Upon a Mattress

    Posted by Posted on Thursday, 23 Oct 2014 02:19 PM

    Once Upon a Mattress




    Come See Once Upon a Mattress this Weekend at CVU

    by Candy Padula

    Champlain Valley Union High School presents Once Upon a Mattress: a musical comedy retelling of the story of the story of The Princess and The Pea. This performance stars Hinesburg residents Max Chlumecky as Prince Dauntless the Drab, and Anna Cornish as his mother, Queen Aggravain. Performances are Friday and Saturday, October 24 and 25, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday October 26 at 2:00 p.m.

  • Hinesburg Artist Series Fall Concert

    Posted by Posted on Thursday, 23 Oct 2014 02:14 PM

    Hinesburg Artist Series Fall Concert







    A New Season of Music Begins!

    by rufus patrick

    The Hinesburg Artist Series (HAS) kicks off the 2014/2015 season with its Fall Concert on Monday, November 10 at CVU High School starting at 7:30 p.m. Rufus Patrick will direct the three HAS groups, the Hinesburg Community Band, South County Chorus and In Accord, with a wide variety of music – something for everyone!

    The band will perform works by Sousa, Saucedo, Bocook, Bulla and a nice arrangement by Jerry Nowak of Way Down Yonder in New Orleans.

    The chorus will present compositions by Gawthrop, Spevacek, Davis, Brunner, Johnson and a lively arrangement of Little David, Play on Your Harp.

  • Summer Basketball Camp at CVU a Success for Many Girls

    Posted by Posted on Wednesday, 01 Oct 2014 12:02 AM

    Summer Basketball Camp at CVU a Success for Many Girls








    Eighty-five girls entering grades 4 - 9 participated in the CVU girls' basketball camp this summer. The girls were coached by current CVU basketball players and coaches, Ute Otley and Cathy Kohlasch. The camp emphasized fundamentals and competition in a fun, energized atmosphere. Many girls walked away with awards on Championship Friday.

    Morning Session (Grades 4 - 6) Awards:

    Free Throw Champion -Jade Leavitt- Hinesburg

    Most Improved Player - Leslie Bostwick

    Best Defensive Player - Vivienne Babbott - Hinesburg

    Heart and Hustle Award - Phoebe Dennison- Hinesburg

    All-Stars - Jade Leavitt, (H) Carolina Sicotte, Madison Reagan, Claudia Dornbeirer, Sophia Stevens

    Shooting Team Champions - Jade Leavitt,(H)  Vivienne Babbott,(H)  Elise Ayer,(H)  Stella Ewald, Sophia Stevens

    League Champions - Jade Leavitt,(H) Allison Bates, Quinn Connolly, Madeline Bunting, Stella Ewald, Francesca Krol-Dak, Josie Sayre

  • Vermont’s New Handheld Device Law - Put Your Cell Phone Down!

    Posted by Posted on Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 11:10 PM

    October 1 is here, time to learn what Vermont’s new handheld device law means for you. It is already illegal for any driver to text while driving or to use a portable electronic or computing device in a work zone, and for drivers under age 18 to use a handheld device anywhere. On October 1st that ban will be extended to all drivers everywhere in Vermont. Here’s what you need to know:

    Portable electronic devices include cellphones, PDAs, laptops or tablets and MP3 players, but not CB radios.

    An officer can stop any driver with a device in hand.

    Devices may be used if securely mounted in the vehicle, but not on the windshield, where it can be reached to activate or deactivate hands-free use through a speaker or Bluetooth device.

Hinesburg Community School
Learn about the Viking newsletter,
cafeteria menu, email address for staff,
department and team web pages,
calendar information, etc.

Learn about CVU activities and
programs, sports schedule, and more.

Carpenter Carse Library
Learn about library hours,
services, and online resources.

Hinesburg Town
Official Town of Hinesburg website.

Hinesburg Business
Local employment classifieds.

Connecting Youth
The official website of Connecting Youth
the Chittenden South community
based organization dedicated to creating
a safe and healthy environment
for young people.