Are you raising a teenager? Do you have the skills and tools that you need to stay on course, especially during the inescapable and often unpredictable challenges that parenting brings?
Come enjoy some hot soup and warm bread on Thursday, February
Bob Hyams of Habitat Restoration Solutions manually removes yellow iris flowers to prevent seed formation. Photo contributed
Yellow iris (Iris pseudacorus), with its striking yellow flowers, provides a colorful addition to the Vermont landscape—and a threat to
YWP’s Annual Day of Writing for just seven minutes is now in its ninth year. Vermont Writes Day is an annual tradition started by Young Writers Project to honor writing and to recognize its importance in school, work and life.
In a filing last week with the Vermont Public Utility Commission, Green Mountain Power is seeking to lower bills for customers by $6 million. The benefit comes from federal tax law changes that reduce GMP’s corporate tax rate from 35
Left to right: Vt. Governor Phil Scott, Mentor of the Year Jim Hyde, Comcast representatives Daniel Glanville. Photo contributed
Charlotter Jim Hyde was recently was voted Comcast Vermont Mentor of the year for 2018. A retired college
Jack. Photo by Bradley Carleton
Like the dog in John Irving’s Hotel New Hampshire named “Sorrow” who follows his protagonists, I have learned, having had to put several dogs to sleep, “Sorrow” follows us for a long
Thank you to the following for your recent support: Charlotte Organic COOP and Anne Castle, Charlotte Congregational Church, Karol Jane Josselyn, Charles and Liz DesLauriers, Susan and Robbie Hall, Sharon Richards and Doug Weaver, Lori Racha and Damon Silverman for
Cabin fever have you in its grip? Welcome to the five-minute workout. Do it for 10 minutes and you can count it toward the 150 minutes per week of moderate exercise recommended by the American College of Sports Medicine.
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Senior Center Menu
Monday Munch (served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.)
Monday, Feb. 12
Beef; cabbage soup
Monday, Feb. 19
Split pea & barley soup
Beets & orange salad
Hot cross buns
Wednesday Lunch (all diners eat at
Spencer Pumpelly, left and Dillon Machavern, right celebrate their victory. Photo by Michael L. Levitt, LAT Images
Dillon Machavern starts the year on a winning note
Charlotte racecar driver Dillon Machavern began where he left off last season,
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Yellow iris (Iris pseudacorus), with its striking yellow flowers, provides a colorful addition to the Vermont landscape—and a threat to our priority natural communities. In recent years, it has gained...
Thank you to the following for your recent support: Charlotte Organic COOP and Anne Castle, Charlotte Congregational Church, Karol Jane Josselyn, Charles and Liz DesLauriers, Susan and Robbie Hall, Sharon...
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