The people in this photo all grew up together on Route 7 and were childhood neighbors! Harrison Corse, Brenda Corse, Carol Varney, Julie Corse, Eric Folsom, and Dorothy Varney Hill
Charlotte Central School alumni celebrate decades passed
Thirty-three teenagers made up the original staff of The Charlotte News, including best friends Jane Butler, Connie Waller and Nancy Wood.
Nancy E. Wood | Contributor
With this issue of The Charlotte News, the yearlong countdown begins for
Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief
Welcome to the first edition of our 60th year in production. I have been editor for just under a year and am still steadying my legs. There’s a tremendous amount
Photo by Lynn Monty
Peter Demick of Charlotte
I like Trails. Calm reflective strolls listening to birds in the trees. What I don't like are bad trails shoved down our throat. Recently the Trails Committee received ten minutes
Photo by Makayla Bonilla
Editor's note: Talk of potential development of the Town Link Trail section on State Park Road sparked lively discussion at the Charlotte Town Selectboard meeting on July 10. Miscommunication arose prior to the
A crawfish escaping the endless water by coming up the lawn. Photo by Peter Demick
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor
to Sara and Brandt Nelsen of Charlotte whose daughter Vivian Page Nelsen was born May 24.
to Adam Hamilton
Morgan Magoon | News Intern
When Scott Hardy of New Haven wanted to subdivide a 10-acre parcel of land on Mt. Philo Road into two five-acre lots, he applied for the proper permits, and the Planning Commission approved it in 2015.
Heather McKim | Staff writer
Town purchasing practices—more specifically, the way purchasing paperwork is handled—were a matter of concern at the June 26 Selectboard meeting. The Selectboard voted to amend the policy to shift toward greater oversight. Committees and departments are
Champion bur oak. Photo by Meg Berlin
Vince Crockenburg | Tree Tribe Member and Charlotte News Board President
Since the publication of the Charlotte Big Trees roster in the May 31 issue of The Charlotte News, we have
Margaret Woodruff | Library Director
July 12, 2017:
Children’s programs: Building a better future
Summer is on and we’re here with fun programs and activities to entertain all ages at home as well as books of the audio and text variety for entertainment
Heather McKim | Staff writer Town purchasing practices—more specifically, the way purchasing paperwork is handled—were a matter of concern at the June 26 Selectboard meeting. The Selectboard voted to amend...
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