Local news

developing
  • +11
  • Updated
  • ()

A multi-unit home in Morrisville burst into flames just before 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19. All 10 tenants and their pets made it out without injury, according to police at the scene.

  • Updated
  • ()

Allegations of cheating have stripped a Waterbury man of his victory in the Flying Tiger Mini Milk Bowl at Thunder Road International SpeedBowl Oct. 11.

More from Local News

  • +2
  • Updated
  • ()

For nearly two decades, James Ehlers, executive director of Lake Champlain International, has worked as a clean water activist, pushing for an economy where sound public policy in everything from agriculture to development is reflected in swimmable, drinkable and fishable waters.

  • Updated
  • ()

Vermont is proposing a 20-year effort to adopt new standards that will remake many of the state’s roadways.

  • Updated
  • ()

A Johnson man accused of sexually assaulting a young relative for much of the past seven years faces life in prison.

Since 2005, Wheels for Warmth has raised more than $350,000 for emergency fuel assistance for Vermonters, sold nearly 15,000 safe donated tires, and recycled more than 25,000 unsafe tires.

  • By Cyrus Ready-Campbell | VTDigger.org
  • Updated

Projected changes in Vermont’s climate over the next 50 years look grim for the maple industry but rosy for dairy, according to experts who recently delivered a community presentation in Craftsbury.

  • By Erin Mansfield | VTDigger.org
  • Updated

Vermont is one of more than a dozen states suing President Donald Trump over his decision to cut off federal health insurance subsidies designed to help low-income sick people.

More Headlines

  • +2
  • Updated

The skeleton of the new addition at Hyde Park Elementary School now rises up behind and next…

  • Updated

This summer, students at Morristown Elementary School were given special postcards addressed…

  • Updated

Bishop Marshall School's eighth-grade students helped serve lunch at the second annual Cereb…

  • +2
  • Updated

A Lamoille Union High School sophomore, MegAnne Gilmore from Jeffersonville, finished first …

  • +3
  • Updated

Girls soccer

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

Charlotte/Hinesburg News

The Citizen harmonizes neighboring hometown happenings into one convenient publication, distributing subscription-free to every Charlotte and Hinesburg home as well as area businesses. The Citizen delivers the latest news directly from municipal meetings; Police, Fire and Rescue, and Parks and Recreation Departments; as well as Charlotte and Carpenter-Carse Libraries.

Shelburne News

The Shelburne News delivers the latest news directly from municipal meetings; Police, Fire and Rescue, and Parks and Recreation Departments; as well as the Pierson Library. Each issue spotlights one of the thousands of notable neighbors in the column “People of Shelburne” and features a local high school athlete in “Covering the Field.”