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Charlotte-founded Petit Peony designs for Trump grandchildren

Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief When Kate Bowen founded her company Petit Peony in Charlotte a few years ago she never dreamed she would be asked to join Ivanka...

Making hay the Vermont way with Milk Money

The invitation to invest in Vermont Hay marks Milk Money’s fifth campaign, giving Vermonters yet another opportunity to discover and support local businesses. Charlotte’s Milk Money is an equity crowdfunding...

Math and money make sweet partners for local business-savvy tween

Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief Buzzing bees behind a bedroom wall would have most children running scared, but not Phebe Hardy, 12, of Charlotte. Her daunting situation turned lucrative...

Crowdfunder Milk Money announces new campaign

Staff report Milk Money, which allows Vermonters the opportunity to discover and invest in local businesses, announced Green Mountain Organic Creamery’s crowdfunding campaign Nov. 7. This marks the fourth Vermont...

Did you remember your milk money?

Staff report  Charlotte crowdfunding portal Milk Money has announced three equity campaigns this year. Milk Money launched last year with the mission to bolster the local economy. Milk Money encourages...

Spoken like a wheel bike guy

Tucked behind a stand of sumac on Orchard Road in a field of fresh corn, Zspokes, a bike shop built into the front of the Macik family house, quietly opened...

Property Transactions

The latest property transactions in Charlotte, Vermont. ...

Old Dock, new crew

The Old Dock restaurant in Essex, NY, is under new ownership. Copey Houghton, Whallons Bay summer resident, and owner of Burlington’s Daily Planet restaurant, has purchased the popular waterfront eatery...

Property Transfers

April 18. Kurt and Patricia Fischer to Harold and Jill Abilock, 0.57 acre, land only, 2501 Ferry Road, $35,000....

From big city to small town: Evan Webster Ink

“Everything you do gets you to where you are, so I can’t complain. I’d do it all again,” muses Evan Webster, owner of Evan Webster Ink, a creative screen-printing company...

A rare interview with Drumpf Tower developer

With Drumpf Towers in Charlotte under discussion at a special Planning and Zoning Commission meeting today, we at The Charlotte News took some time to investigate the plans. In a...

Property Transfers

Jan. 25—John J. Winton, trustee, to Michael P. and Rebecca M. Abbott, 1 acre with dwelling, 719 Hills Point Road, $718,500. ...

Put your money where your heart is

Vermont’s small businesses are poised for big wins thanks to a new partnership between the Charlotte-based company Milk Money and VSECU, a Vermont credit union. ...

Property Transfers

Dec. 21. Donald Jacques to Gregory Jacques, 1.55 acres with dwelling, 3541 Lake Road, $125,000....

Every time a bell rings…

Local business owners are stocked and ready to help out with last minute gifts, stocking stuffers, or festive fare for tables and plates. ...

Property Transfers

Nov. 16. Peter and Leigh Phillips to John D. Moran and Adrienne C. Baker, 10.27 acres with dwelling, 316 Popple Dungeon Road, $790,000....

Old Lantern to shine on

Lisa Gaujac is relieved by the ZBA’s decision. She hopes that the town will eventually vote on “what we are” so she and her husband do not have to contend...

Never forever

The Awesome Shop VT, Charlotte’s newest business, is the “world’s first temporary tattoo parlor,” according to artists and proprietors Sean and Jana Avram....

Landmark tree delivered to NYC

A small piece of Charlotte has been transplanted to the Big Apple. Horsford Gardens and Nursery was recently contacted to supply a tree that would be planted outside One World...

Property Transactions

Sept. 14. Otto Engelberth to Peter Schubart, 5.06 acres with dwelling, 152 East Thompson’s Point Road, $175,000. Sept. 21. David and Elizabeth Van Buskirk to Eric and Colleen Boyce,...