Frederic on the lake. Photo by Bradley Carleton
Thanksgiving means a lot of things to a lot of people. For most of us it’s about family and expressing gratitude for our blessings. For some those blessings are
Katherine Paterson is named new National Ambassador for Young People's Literature at the Politics & Prose Bookstore on January 5, 2010 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Leigh Vogel/Getty Images)
The Flying Pig Bookstore will welcome legendary author
Self-help, pick-your-own vegetable farms are close to the village of Eysins. Photo by Nancy Wood
Families at the playground. Walking paths. Houses and apartments clustered together. Farming all around.
These are some of the elements that impressed me
Adelaide Toensing is a Division I recruit in the highest ranked equestrian program at University of Georgia. Photo submitted by Karla Toensing.
Georgia equestrian head coach Megan Boenig announced 14 riders have signed a National Letter of
Oh, the holidays. A time of family, traditions and togetherness. Or if you’re like me, a time of deep cleaning and junk-hiding to give my home the illusion of Pinterest perfection for the relatives. And
Many people are aware that balance exercises can help reduce the risk of falling, but what might be more surprising is that these exercises can also help increase your core strength and reduce strain on your low back. “Balance training”
LEGO creations attThe Charlotte Library. Courtesy photo
What do you do when there’s a power outage in town? Come to the library! We welcomed over 120 people to the Charlotte Library on Monday, Oct. 30, following the
Charlotte Central School hosted “Be the Change” during the 2016-17 school year. COTS will present the Youth Hero Award for this effort at an assembly on Nov. 17.
A total of $185 was raised throughout the 2016-17
On Nov. 2, 2017, Kidde announced a recall of almost 38 million fire extinguishers sold in the United States. They may not work during a fire emergency if they become clogged and require a lot of force to use. Also,
The Town of Charlotte, VT
The Selectboard is looking for interested citizens to fill the following vacancies:
• Planning Commission: 1 vacancy with a term ending in April 2019
• West Charlotte Village Wastewater Advisory Committee: 1 vacancy with
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