The Town of Charlotte, VT
Heather McKim | Staff Writer
At its Oct. 9 meeting, the Selectboard heard budget proposals for the next fiscal year from five town agencies.
The Listers Office proposed a budget of $61,720, down $6,327
Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services Corporate Board: Top row, left to right, Julian Kulski, Bryan LaBarge, Meg Gilbertson. Front row, Dick St. George, Fritz Tegatz, Tom Cosinuke, Frank Koster and Devin St. George. Courtesy photo
The 17th Annual East Charlotte Tractor Parade was held on Oct. 8. Food vendors, a petting zoo and more were set up. More than 100 tractors rolled passed Spears Corner Store this year. Photos by Peter Monty
Cathy Hunter | Contributor
If you are anything like me you have some things around your home that are no longer functional but you can’t bear to part with them. Perhaps you have a favorite sweater with a few too many
Fresh Off The Track | Photo by Mike Dorsey
Justine Dorsey of Charlotte with Star. The Dorsey family bought this race horse from Ballyclare Farm in Virginia, where he had ended up directly off the track. Justine
Float from the 2016 Rotary Club of Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg’s Halloween Parade. Courtesy photo
John Hammer | Contributor
The Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg Rotary Club will host its very popular Halloween Parade once again on Sunday, Oct 29, at
The Charlotte News, Poem of the Month
By Jorden Blucher
We four proceed into the night
minds masked by alcohol, our laughter and voices stretching before us.
Dressed not as ourselves we make our way
into the mayhem of sports fans and
It’s been a spectacular fall for all sorts of edible mushrooms like these puff mushrooms. Photo by Melissa Write of Addison
Audubon Vermont teacher/naturalist Gwen Causer said it’s been spectacular weather for all sorts of edible
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor
State golf titles elude CVU
Both men and women Redhawk golfers came close in the Division I state championships. The men played 18 holes over the par 71 Green Mountain National course,
CVU girls volleyball with coach Mike Detch. The team is currently 9 and 2 in the season. “We are having a fabulous season and enjoying the continually increasing level of play in the state of Vermont,” Coach Mike Detch
I read with interest Rep. Mike Yantachka’s commentary (9/20) criticizing the Public Utility Commission’s decision to reject an application for construction of a large-scale commercial solar array in the iconic...
Congratulations: to Charlotte resident and Middlebury physician Dr. Jeanne Andersson-Swayze who, as a member of Heart to Heart International’s Disaster Response Team, went to both Florida in September and Puerto...
Some key challenges facing many rural American communities today are strengthening and diversifying the economy and attracting the next generations to live in these communities. To address these challenges, small...
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