Posted by Cathy Ryan Posted on Tuesday, 30 Aug 2016 11:46 AM
Hinesburg Community Police Chief Frank Koss has been featured in an article in the September issue of Yankee Magazine. The Yankee Magazine article can be read here. In addition to Koss' career and the process that led him to Hinesburg, the article focuses on the events of the summer of 2015, when Hinesburg teen Joey Marshall crashed his car into cyclist Richard Tom on Route 116, killing both. In the May 21, 2015 issue of The Hinesburg Record, Koss wrote an article about the crash, stating, "If you think that the chief of police should always be limited to political correctness and sensitivity, you should stop reading now. To be blunt, if Joseph Marshall had not lost his life, he would have been charged with second degree murder." The full article from the May 21, 2015 issue of The Hinesburg Record can be read here.
Posted by Hinesburg Record Staff Posted on Tuesday, 23 Aug 2016 03:17 PM
On August 23, 2016, at 9:26 am, Hinesburg Police and Fire and First Response were dispatched to an auto versus bicycle crash on Silver St. near Coyote Ridge Rd. Upon arrival, the bicyclist was treated for moderate injuries and transported to UVM Medical Center by St. Michaels Rescue.
Posted by Hinesburg Record Staff Posted on Thursday, 18 Aug 2016 01:39 PM
We contribute to the parades at the county fairs to remind you we are here. At the Addison County Fair and Field Days the sheep tent is in the back, up the hill, far away from the entrance…so most fairgoers miss us. Sometimes the public is just caught up in the rides and food vendors. Being in the parade is a way for us to show you there are living animals at the fair, not just flashing lights and electronic carnival attractions.
Posted by Hinesburg Record Staff Posted on Thursday, 18 Aug 2016 01:34 PM
Vermont’s bear hunting season starts September 1, and hunters can improve their chances if they scout ahead of time to find fall foods such as wild apples, beechnuts, acorns, and berries -- where bears will be feeding.
“Fall foods for bears are more scarce than they were last year,” said Vermont’s bear biologist Forrest Hammond. “Bears will be feeding along power lines and in forest openings and old fields where berries and apples can be found as well as in forested beech and oak stands. They also are likely to be feeding more on standing corn this year.”
Posted by Hinesburg Record Staff Posted on Thursday, 11 Aug 2016 08:31 PM
New Opportunity for Customers Reducing Energy Use at Critical Peak Times to Save Money
Green Mountain Power residential customers have a new option for saving money on their electric bills with the Empower Rate, a pilot program, which provides incentives for reducing energy use at peak times. This program is voluntary and could benefit those customers who are interested in saving money by reducing their energy use for up to ten “critical peak energy days” throughout the year. Customers can sign up at greenmountainpower.com or by calling 888-835-4672.
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