Fall Hike with Marty Morrissey on Sept. 26 to Owl Head, Elizabethtown, New York. It was a hot day and the foliage had only started to change. Courtesy photo
Mary Recchia | Contributor
Join Liesje Smith for a new
Champion Bur Oak at Hills Point. Photo by Meg Berlin
Species and circumference in inches measured 4.5 feet above ground
Native to Charlotte
Species, Circumference and location (GPS in degrees, minutes, seconds)
American (White) Elm, 128, Donegans, 1506 Carpenter Road
Carrie Spear throws a fist full of candy at the tractor parade. Photo by Lynn Monty
The 17th Annual East Charlotte Tractor Parade will be held at Spear Street and Jackson Hill Road in East Charlotte on
We are proud to announce The Charlotte News has won “Distinguished Newspaper” in our category in The New England Newspaper & Press Association (NENPA) “Newspaper of the Year” 2017 competition.
Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief
Much appreciation to our contributing writers and photographers in our Jubilee Year as we celebrate the lead up to our 60th anniversary of serving as “The Voice of The Town.”
These dedicated volunteers make this a truly local paper created by
Tiny mushrooms on a path at Ten Stones. “They were probably one inch high, and in the morning light I think they look pretty neat!” Photo by Susan Blood
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor
Commentary: “We’d Rather Teach.”
Melissa O’Brien | Contributor
When I first returned to Charlotte after mostly being away for the past two years, I was staying in a place where I could see the ferry making its rounds, back and
Three budget presentations for fiscal year 2019 were made at the Sept. 25 Charlotte Selectboard meeting. The Recreation Capital Reserve Fund, Tree Warden and Lewis Creek Association were the subjects of those presentations.
Heather McKim | Staff Writer
Tree Warden Mark Dillenbeck
Photo by Cindi Robinson
Editor’s note: In an effort to support local farmers the Charlotte Grange has volunteered to feature a new farm story each month in The Charlotte News. Here is part five of the series.
Two fire chiefs, Shelburne Chief Jerry Ouimet and Charlotte Chief Dick St. George. Photo by Lee Krohn
Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services invites you to its Public Safety Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
The Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services presented its quarterly report to the Selectboard at the board’s Sept. 25 meeting. CVFRS presented the unaudited 2017 end of year numbers and the potential impact for the fiscal year 2019 budget.
Charlotte Girl Scout Troop 30066 started off its scouting year with a trip to WCAX-TV, where members had a very interesting and informative tour of the television station. They were able to meet many of the people, both in front
Three budget presentations for fiscal year 2019 were made at the Sept. 25 Charlotte Selectboard meeting. The Recreation Capital Reserve Fund, Tree Warden and Lewis Creek Association were the subjects...
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