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Archaeology on our shores

Submitted by the Shelburne Historical Society The Shelburne Historical Society will offer a presentation on the Shelburne Steamboat Graveyard at 11 a.m. at Shelburne Town Hall on Feb. 11. This...
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Charlotte-founded Petit Peony designs for Trump grandchildren

Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief When Kate Bowen founded her company Petit Peony in Charlotte a few years ago she never dreamed she would be asked to join Ivanka...
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Senate Education Committee rejects Gov. Phil Scott’s public school budget proposal

Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief Last week, the Senate Education Committee rejected Gov. Phil Scott’s Jan. 25 proposal to the Legislature to force school boards to impose a spending...
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January 2017 was among the warmest on record in Vermont

Matt Sutkoski | Contributor The mean temperature in Burlington, Vermont, for January was 29.7 degrees. That ties the mark for the third hottest January on record. Data go back to...
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Charlotte school board addresses behavior

Rowan Beck | Contributor The Charlotte Central School (CCS) school board held a special meeting on behavior in the library conference room on Feb. 3. CCS Principal Barbara Anne Komons-Montroll...
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Charlotte Garden Club presents Gardens of the Hudson Valley

Staff report The Charlotte Garden Club will sponsor a slide talk by garden designer Charlotte Albers at 10 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in Shelburne on Feb. 14. The...
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Climbing spikes harm when pruning trees

Submitted by the Tree Care Industry Association Is your tree care provider using spikes to climb while pruning your trees? Ouch! Climbing spikes are sharpened steel spikes attached to the...
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Since the temps have shifted, what is our hardiness zone?

Dr. Leonard Perry, horticulture professor emeritus, University of Vermont Whether a plant is hardy in the cold north isn’t as simple as just looking at a hardiness map. There are several...
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LETTERS: Feb. 8

  • The Charlotte News Archives
We are all neighbors The intent of this letter is to pour healing balm over the hate and divisiveness of recent weeks. Perhaps an overview of what unifies us would...
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Town Meeting this year under the new Town Charter

John Hammer | Contributing editor Last year, by a vote of 1,148 to 349, Charlotters passed Town Meeting Article 9, which established a municipal charter that alters the way the...
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Thompson’s Point assessments drop

John Hammer | Contributing Editor The Charlotte Selectboard met three times in late January to fine-tune the town budget and official warning for Town Meeting. Selectman Krasnow made a strong...
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