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UPDATE May 20, 2017: Edward Woodruff was cited to appear in Chittenden Superior Court Criminal Division, by Trooper James Fox of the Williston Barracks, for a Fourth Offense DUI as...
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Publication date: May 31  Columns/features deadline: May 22 Letters due: May 26 Ads deadline: May 26 Publication date: June 14  Columns/features deadline: June 5 Letters due: June 9 Ads deadline:...
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Chittenden South Supervisory Union Chief Operation Officer Bob Mason said 23 students were involved in a single school bus accident on Route 116, north of Hinesburg, at about 3:30 in...
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Keith Morrill | Staff Writer The seven properties of Lane’s Lane stand apart from the nearly 200 camps hemming the shoreline of Thompson’s Point. Though they’re readily accessible above ground,...
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Lynn Monty | Editor in chief It was a conflagration like no other for the Metropoulos-Moulton family last weekend. Even though this blaze was planned, it was still breathtaking, Catherine...
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Dan Cole | Contributor Memorial Day began as Decoration Day in the months and years following the Civil War. There were few hearths and hearthstones spared from suffering and sacrifice,...
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Mariana Du Brul, Charlotte On April 27, the Vermont House of Representatives heard testimony on a short form bill, introduced by Winooski Rep. Diana Gonzalez, that seeks to establish a...
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Ruah Swennerfelt, Charlotte What a day it was in Washington, D.C., for the People’s Climate March on Saturday, April 29! An estimated 200,000 people showed up in the capital, and...
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Rep. Mike Yantachka As I write this late Friday afternoon on May 12, I should be home in Charlotte. Instead, I am in a holding pattern in Montpelier. A number...
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Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Sympathy: is extended to family and friends of Phyllis Aube who passed away May 4 at the age of 75. Her surviving family includes her...
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Linda Hamilton | Contributor At the May 4 statewide Arbor Day conference, with the theme “Make Vermont a Shade Better,” the Vermont Urban and Community Forestry Program inaugurated a new...
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Linda Hamilton | Contributor For more than 25 years, Charlie Proutt of Horsford Nursery has donated and, with the help of the students, has planted trees at Charlotte Central School...
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Susan Ohanian | Contributor A display at the Charlotte Public Library invites parents and others who care about young children’s literacy development to take a look at the new assault...
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NEWS FROM THE CHARLOTTE LIBRARY: May 17, 2017 May 18 is National Museum Day, and the Charlotte Library has local museum passes available for checkout. If you’re thinking of an...
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