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Rudolphe “Skip” Vallee, CEO and owner of R.L. Vallee, is optimistic that the project will be able to meet town sensibilities. “We believe that we've designed the project—and are going...
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  Publication date: Sept. 20 Columns/features deadline: Sept. 11 Letters due: Sept. 15 Ads deadline: Sept. 15 Publication date: Oct. 4 Columns/features deadline: Sept. 25 Letters due: Sept. 29 Ads...
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A crowd of prospective farmers, concerned neighbors and town officials gathered at Mt. Philo Hops on East Thompson’s Point Road to try to resolve fermenting tensions over their farming operations...
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Camaraderie and laughter filled the sidelines. Myers said it’s a big family of draft-horse lovers. Rose-Ann Lombard of Charlotte has been a show superintendent for the draft-horse events at the fair...
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In this 60th year of production of The Charlotte News we will feature editorials from editors past. This edition features Melissa O’Brien who served in 2008. ...
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Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Congratulations: to Ceal Moran whose “Genealogy Day Get-Together” was featured in the August 27 Burlington Free Press under “the history space.” Ceal began genealogy get-togethers...
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Where there were three, now there are none. The silos at Baptist Corners in East Charlotte have been removed....
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Editor’s note: In an effort to support local farmers the Charlotte Grange has volunteered to feature a new farm story each month in The Charlotte News. Here is part four...
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Anyone driving on Greenbush Road past Barber Cemetery (West Burial Ground) on Sunday morning, Aug. 27, probably noticed some activity. A sign announced that the Vermont Old Cemetery Association was...
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The Shelburne Charlotte Garden Club will meet at 11 a.m. at the Shelburne Vineyard at 6308 Shelburne Road in Shelburne on Tuesday, Sept. 12. All are welcome to join in...
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The Charlotte Town Link Trail has been in the news frequently over the past several months. Although this trail has been in the works for about 20 years, now that...
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Monuments and memorials are a big part of representing history in America. A great number of these honor soldiers who served in various wars. Charlotte remembers the soldiers who served...
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The fifth annual Diamond Island Regatta, on Saturday, Aug.19, matched last year’s record turnout, drawing 30 competitors for a day of sailboat racing on Lake Champlain. Again this year, the...
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