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Apple season is a highly anticipated time of year in our area. Kids are back in school, the days are cooler, and Vermont’s apple orchards are brimming with fresh, juicy...
The 17th Annual East Charlotte Tractor Parade was held on Oct. 8. Food vendors, a petting zoo and more were set up. More than 100 tractors rolled passed Spears Corner...
During a month wrought with hurricanes, wildfires and shocking announcements from the EPA, a group of Champlain Valley residents have been meeting to try to make sense of our changing...
If you are anything like me you have some things around your home that are no longer functional but you can’t bear to part with them. Perhaps you have a...
Justine Dorsey of Charlotte with Star. The Dorsey family bought this race horse from Ballyclare Farm in Virginia, where he had ended up directly off the track. Justine has been...
Some key challenges facing many rural American communities today are strengthening and diversifying the economy and attracting the next generations to live in these communities. To address these challenges, small...
The Charlotte-Shelburne-Hinesburg Rotary Club will host its very popular Halloween Parade once again on Sunday, Oct 29, at 2 p.m. in Shelburne. It is the only parade of its kind...
Thank you to everyone who participated in Seed Library activities this year. If you grew out heritage seeds from the Library this season and are planning to save them…… great!...
Audubon Vermont teacher/naturalist Gwen Causer said it’s been spectacular weather for all sorts of edible mushrooms. “The rain we had in early September is paying off now,” she said. ...
Please join us in preparing Thanksgiving baskets for approximately 30 Charlotte families. We’ll meet in the Charlotte Congregational Church vestry on Friday, Nov. 17, from 8 until about 10 a.m....
Maxine (Mickey) Davis is exhibiting fused glass work at the Charlotte Library throughout the month of October. The opening is at 6 p.m. on Oct. 18 at the library, and...
The house has been clutter free for two and half weeks! No, I did not ship the boys off to boarding school. I just happened to listen to a podcast...
The 17th Annual East Charlotte Tractor Parade will be held at Spear Street and Jackson Hill Road in East Charlotte on Oct. 8. Food vendors, a petting zoo and more...
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...
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...
The Sports Car Club of Vermont will present the Mt. Philo Hillclimb in Charlotte Oct. 13, 14 and 15. The Mt. Philo mountain road and hiking trails will be closed...
The Mahana Magic Foundation's Monster Bash will be held at The Old Lantern in Charlotte on Oct. 27 from 7 to 11 p.m. The nonprofit foundation supports children who are...
Support the commission and receive a complimentary copy of the book Fences in the Landscape Talk – Are We Listening? Linda Hamilton | Contributor Be one of the first 25...
In a regime of “alternative facts” are you engaging the application “fundamental truth”? In an era imagining the inhabitation of Mars are you attending to your habitat here on Earth?...
Late in the summer ragweed fills the air with pollen from oodles of tiny flowers. Many who think they harbor allergies to goldenrod are instead allergic to ragweed. Both bloom...