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The New England Clean Power Link is a 1,000-megawatt electric transmission line slated to carry electricity produced from hydroelectric dams in Canada and wind turbines in New York to southern...
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The Charlotte News Publication Dates: January 10 Publication Columns/features deadline: January 2 Letters due: January 7 Ads deadline: January 4 January 24 Publication Columns/features deadline: January 14 Letters due: January...
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Let’s set aside for the moment the politicized hot-button talk about healthcare costs in the United States and look at the problem of controlling health care costs as perhaps your...
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Ricin danger at Wake Robin is under control - The resident at Wake Robin, who manufactured the toxic drug ricin and tested it on at least three neighboring residents to...
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Getting those college applications to rise to the top of the pile. Students and parents are always asking: what’s the secret ingredient, that special sauce, that will allow a college...
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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 to sharing memories of Summerton...
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Last year the girls started working on a 12 patch program called “A Year in the Life of Juliette Gordon Low.” Juliette was the founder of the Girl Scouts when...
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From oceans, lakes (“great” and “pretty good”) to rivers, ponds, creeks, icecaps, glaciers and, yes, the human body itself, water is a central element in our planet’s structure and function....
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My husband, John, and I paused on Park Avenue in front of Mr. Saitys’ store with its enticing American Indian and Tibetan jewelry. I pressed the buzzer and Mr. Saity...
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Vermonters are giving the gift of education and earning tax credits too. Investments in Vermont’s 529 college savings plan now top $350 million, the Vermont Student Assistance Corp. announced...
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Vermont health officials say we may be in for a rough flu season and are advising people to get their flu shots to protect both themselves as well as...
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On Nov. 30, Commissioner of Taxes Kaj Samsom released his annual education tax rate letter, which forecasts an increase of 9.4 cents per $100 of assessed valuation for both homestead...
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In a harmonious and productive first public meeting on the Town Plan on Monday, December 11, the Charlotte Selectboard and the town’s assembled citizens reached consensus that the plan would...
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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...
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