John Mack (L) and Volunteer Vermont co-founder David Watts. Photo Meg Smith
Volunteer Vermont will hold a potluck reunion on Dec 27, from 3 to 7 p.m., in the vestry of the Charlotte Congregational Church. In addition
Troop 30066 proudly show the wreaths they learned how to decorate on Dec. 9 at Vicki’s Country Wreaths. Photo by Cindy Bradley
Last year the girls started working on a 12 patch program called “A Year in
Water, water everywhere
“The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald”
The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down
Of the big lake they call Gitche Gumee
The lake, it is said, never gives up her dead
When the skies of November turn gloomy
As Jeff turned off the pavement onto a narrow dirt road, the late afternoon sun shone into his eyes. It had been three weeks since she had collapsed on the kitchen floor, and this would be the twenty-second sunset he
Notebook work with statistics on sofa business
We asked Melissa Mendelsohn of Orchard Road Computers to write a column for the growing number of us aging Charlotters explaining what often comes across as “computer speak” in a
Rep. Mike Yantachka
Local legislators named ‘Climate Champions’
Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) has honored two dozen Vermont House legislators, including Michael Yantachka, as “Climate Champions’” for their efforts to grow the economy and create green
Have you been curious about the prices of Charlotte homes compared to the rest of Chittenden County? Which towns have been selling the highest priced homes or have the quickest sales? Here’s a quick breakdown of local sales of single family homes.
Charlotte has had 79
Another all-state year for CVU’s Lydia Maitland as she dribbles through South Burlington in the state championship game. Photo by Al Frey
Redhawks versus Whitehawks in a pre-season men’s hockey scrimmage.Photo by Al
Charlotte Vol Fire & Rescue is hosting a series of blood pressure clinics at Town Hall and the Library this month as part of their HeartSafe Community education program. Clinic dates and times are as
Santa stopped by for a visit Sunday at the Charlotte Fire and Rescue station. Children of all ages spent time with him sharing their Christmas wishes. See more photos on our website.
Photo by Monica Marshall
Traveling for the holidays? We’ve got a new batch of audiobooks for all members of the family. Or try the new LIBBY app for your phone or device. If you’ve been frustrated with Overdrive, check out LIBBY for one-click to
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