CVSD School Board Update
The budget work for the Champlain Valley School District Board continued Tuesday at Shelburne Community School as school directors combed through the proposed budget.
Voters in the five towns that comprise the new school
What are the practicalities of the carbon tax bill?
It would be difficult to disagree with the words of Rep. Mike Yantachka in accepting an award for supporting passage of the “carbon tax” bill in the Legislature. No question, there is
Webby’s Art Studio @ Shelburne Museum. Every Saturday in January, starting Jan. 13, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come create! Specialized art activities for all ages, inspired by temporary and permanent exhibitions. Webby’s Art Studio activities are offered in the Pizzagalli Center
CVSD School Board Update
An article on page 14 in the Dec. 13 issue of The Charlotte News, “Commissioner of Taxes Releases FY2019 Education Yield Letter,” quoted Jeanne Jensen, the chief operating officer of the Champlain Valley
Happy New Year from the Library!
If you’re resolving to read more in the New Year, here are a few ways to get started:
Adopt an Author: We are launching our Adopt-an-Author program this month. If you have a favorite writer and
The Town of Charlotte, VT
Pursuant to 24 V.S.A. Section 4385, the Charlotte Selectboard will hold its second public hearing to receive public comments on a proposed amended Charlotte Town Plan on Monday, January 22, 2018, at
Carolyn Kulik, the new Director of the Charlotte Senior Center, has many interests. She worked in Asia for eight years and has 20 years of experience in cross-cultural training and English as a Second Language.
On Dec. 10 an energetic group of Charlotte Central School 5th graders, directed by CCS music teacher Monica Littlefield, entertained the Senior Center audience with seasonal songs. Photo contributed
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Clemmons Family Farm. Photo contributed
With the receipt of a prestigious $350,000 grant from ArtPlace America’s National Placemaking Fund, the Clemmons Family Farm makes a huge leap forward toward the family’s goal of creating a multicultural center
It’s January and that means the Girl Scouts will be going door to door selling cookies. If you are planning to buy Girl Scout Cookies, won’t you please consider purchasing them from your local Charlotte Girl Scout Troop 30066? This is our major fund raiser for the
Charlotte heads the state in median wealth
UVM economics professor, Art Woolf wrote a column recently that appeared in the Burlington Free Press on December 20 in which he analyzed the various types of households and their median incomes for 2016.
We often hear about climate change and its implications, but what does it actually mean for Lake Champlain and the communities around it?
Lake Champlain has already seen drastic increases in lake temperature. According to the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP),
The Charlotte News Publication Dates: January 24 Publication Columns/features deadline: January 14 Letters due: January 21 Ads deadline: January 18 February 7, 2018 Columns/features deadline: January 28 Letters due: February...
On Monday, Dec.11, 2017, the Social Justice Ministry of Charlotte Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) joined at least nine other faith communities in Vermont in hosting vigils called #endgunviolence....
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