September 20, 2019

Mexicali says adios – temporarily?

Observer photo by Jason Starr Owner Stewart Corey removes a sign from behind the bar at Mexicali Grill and Cantina in Maple Tree Place on Wednesday. The 22-year-old Williston restaurant was evicted from the property last week.

Observer photo by Jason Starr
Owner Stewart Corey removes a sign from behind the bar at Mexicali Grill and Cantina in Maple Tree Place on Wednesday. The 22-year-old Williston restaurant was evicted from the property last week.

22-year institution defaults, is evicted

By Jason Starr

Observer staff

Mexicali Grill and Cantina, a Mexican restaurant that opened in Williston in 1995, was evicted last week from Maple Tree Place. Its last day of operation was Tuesday. [Read more…]

Vegantrepreneur drives food truck vibe to Williston

Observer photos by Jason Starr Trevor Sullivan will open a second location of his Pingala vegan cafe inside a replica food truck at the Kismet building on Route 2A.

Observer photos by Jason Starr
Trevor Sullivan will open a second location of his Pingala vegan cafe inside a replica food truck at the Kismet building on Route 2A.

Observer photos by Jason Starr Trevor Sullivan will open a second location of his Pingala vegan cafe inside a replica food truck at the Kismet building on Route 2A.

Observer photos by Jason Starr
Trevor Sullivan will open a second location of his Pingala vegan cafe inside a replica food truck at the Kismet building on Route 2A.

Unique café to open inside Kismet building


By Jason Starr

Observer staff

When the Kismet building opens on Route 2A in June, the first thing visitors will notice upon entering is a full-sized truck replica built into a wall and flowing with meat-free meals, smoothies and coffee. [Read more…]

CVU Tennis

Easter Egg Hunt

CVU Softball

CVU Baseball

Floating Garden

What to do with cremated ashes?

By Jim Miller

Dear Savvy Senior,

When my father passed away a few months ago, we had him cremated, but are now wondering what to do with his ashes. My sister and I would like to do something celebratory for his life, but aren’t sure what to do. Any suggestions?

No Instructions Left [Read more…]

Tasteful

By Jan Kenney

Delightful dessert that’s different [Read more…]

Hub Happenings

HUB Pauline LawPauline Law

Williston attorney awarded for pro bono work

Pauline Law, a Williston resident and corporate lawyer at Gravel & Shea in Burlington, was recently honored with the Vermont Bar Association’s Pro Bono Award. Law was recognized for her work over several years representing indigent refugees in need of guardianship in the Vermont Probate Court.

According to Judge Nancy Waples, who nominated her, Law brings “deep sympathy for individuals attempting to navigate the legal system despite their limited English proficiency.”

HUB - meghan yandowYandow joins PT360 in Williston [Read more…]