P. Brian Mechanic, Natures Eye Studio
to P. Brian Machanic, a photographer, author and lecturer from Charlotte, who has been touring the state giving a presentation titled “The Art in Birding.” His most recent appearances have included
Lt. Governor David Zukerman making his pitch for reelection to, among others, Jackson and Lydia Clemmons. Photo by Vince Crockenberg
State Auditor of Accounts Doug Hoffer, explaining the auditor's role in state government
Ken and his father-in-law, John Tierney. Photo by Melissa O’Brien
When pulling out of the News offices recently I noticed two gentleman walking along Greenbush Road wearing unusual-looking packs on their backs and picking up trash. Always
Jordan Paquette and Carol Blanshine of CVFRS, help build a structure that will be burned during the live burn demo at this year’s public safety day. This burn demo will demonstrate the different effects a home
Cranes are long lived and generally mate for life, returning to the same nesting area every year. Photo by Elizabeth Bassett
In recent years sandhill cranes have been observed in Vermont. So, what’s the big deal?
Jordan Paquette and his son Javin Paquette. Photo by Jessica Lucia
On Friday, Sept. 14, Charlotte Central School 5th through 8th grade students participated in fire safety training with the Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue. Firefighters Jordan
Members of Charlotte Congregational Church, UCC at Burlington Pride Parade.
On Saturday, Sept. 8, the annual Pride Vermont Parade and Festival was held in downtown Burlington. The skies were clear, the air was crisp, and the sun
The Town of Charlotte, VT
The Thompson Point’s Wastewater ordinance is going to go under the microscope again at the end of the month after board members decided during the Sept. 10 meeting that additional work was needed
About 70 people turned out to enjoy live music, great food, neighborhood camaraderie and the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new underpass under Route 7 on the Charlotte Town Link Trail. Charlotters of all ages arrived by foot and by bike
My woodlot in Bolton was logged in the 1980s. Through a practice known as “diameter-limit cutting,” all trees above a certain diameter (probably 11 inches or 14 inches) were cut. My land is a good
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Representative Mike Yantachka and the Charlotte Democratic Committee hosted a gathering at the Charlotte Town Beach on Sunday, September 16, to hear Democratic candidates for statewide office in November make...
On Friday, Sept. 14, Charlotte Central School 5th through 8th grade students participated in fire safety training with the Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue. Firefighters Jordan Paquette and Fritz Tegatz...
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