Sportscaster and two-time NFL Super Bowl champion Tony Dungy spoke at Champlain Valley High School in Hinesburg on Sept. 22. Courtesy photo
Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief
Sportscaster and two-time NFL Super Bowl champion Tony Dungy spoke
UVM Extension’s Suzy Hodgson and Margaret Woodruff of The Charlotte Library talk about the upcoming “Climate Change and Our Community” series that will start at 7 p.m. at The Charlotte Library on Sept. 26. See the
The Nile Bright Stars enjoy final days of our warmest season. Photo by Chol Dhoor
The Nile Bright Stars Academy, a mentoring and soccer program for Chittenden County’s Sudanese refugees, headed out on a field trip to
A Mt. Philo Road sunrise over Camel's Hump. “A chilly Monday morning from my backyard. It reminds me of why I live in Vermont and especially Charlotte.” Photo Mark Cole
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor
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Jim Mead of Williston, Dwight Cargill of Essex Junction and Ted Murin of South Burlington on a birding lake watch at Charlotte Beach in Charlotte on Sept. 14. Photo by Lynn Monty
Lynn Monty | Editor in
Representative Mike Yantachka
I was disappointed to read about the Public Utility Commission's denial of a Certificate of Public Good (CPG) for the proposed solar array off Route 7 near Mount Philo. Viewed from the eastern
Gail Callahan | Correspondent
The Vermont State Police commander of the Williston barracks said Charlotte has a very low call volume in comparison to the other nearby towns.
Lt. Garry Scott said troopers assigned to the Williston Barracks also cover Eden,
Heather McKim | Staff Writer
Charlotte’s wastewater pump station at the Town Green is getting some work in the form of valve and check-valve replacement. The issue of replacing the valves was on the agenda at the Sept. 11 meeting of
Paving of the east side of U.S. 7 between the Wildwood West development and the north end of the project. Courtesy photo
Submitted by Francine Perkins, VTRANS Project Outreach Coordinator
The construction happening at U.S. 7 from the
Heather McKim | Staff Writer
The ditch on Lewis Creek Road will be getting rock-lined thanks to a $9,700 Municipal Roads Grant-in-Aid pilot project. The grant was accepted at the Charlotte Selectboard’s Sept. 11 meeting.
The project will help the town comply
Photo courtesy of Rob Mullin
Submitted by Charlotte Fire Department Assistant Chief Rob Mullin
On the afternoon of Aug. 31, 2017, a Swiftwater Rescue component of the Vermont Urban Search and Rescue Task Force 1 was deployed to
The grant is from the Public Libraries Advancing Community Engagement (PLACE), a project funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), working in partnership with the National Weather Service,...
Submitted by Francine Perkins, VTRANS Project Outreach Coordinator The construction happening at U.S. 7 from the Ferrisburgh/Charlotte town line north for three miles to the Ferry Road intersection is scheduled...
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