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Lynn Monty | Editor in chief Pancake breakfasts with real maple syrup at the River’s Edge Campground on Otter Creek and daily tours to Lake Champlain have the North American...
Many of the top sailors and fastest boats on Lake Champlain will be taking part August 19 in the 2017 Diamond Island Regatta, hosted by the Royal Savage Yacht Club...
Heather Morse has a few helpful tips about buying a home. ...
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 three of the...
Jessica Sanford of Adam’s Berry Farm said she’s enjoyed having people at the farm for yoga and berry picking. “Working with Yoga Roots to offer yoga on the farm connects...
The cruises are a favorite element of the Charlotte Senior Center’s summer program, and Captain Martin revels in the chance to sail up and down the lake regaling his cruisers...
Charlotte’s first families were remarkably homogeneous culturally and almost exclusively Protestant in their outlook, from our 1762 charter through the 1820s. Political repression by the English and famines in Ireland...
My husband first discovered the farm when he came for a job interview with the University of Vermont. He found the farm one day while walking from Shelburne to explore...
Hike the trails of Charlotte, Vermont...
Kay wanted us to get a taste of her part of Texas and laid out an ambitious schedule of activities, four days that would include hiking the Violet Crown wildlife...
This year's performance lineup includes New York's Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, Pinky Special and Rob Torres; Canadians John Park, Mike Wood, The Kif-Kif Sisters, and The Matt Velvet & Charlie Show;...
The ever-diverse Charlotte Senior Center sets out on Lake Champlain celebrating and learning on the shoreline and at the center ...
Charlotte Central School alumni celebrate decades passed   Sarah Soule | Contributor A group of Charlotte Central School graduates hosted a summer picnic to get together and reconnect. The 1970s...
Megan Manley | Trails of Resilience founder We hiked Mt. Philo on June 11 in memory of Chris Desjardin of Colchester. About 35 of his friends and family attended. We...
Trina Bianchi | Contributor 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....
Meg Berlin | Contributor A few years back there was a distinct rustle of interest among many of my women friends. The excited talk going around was about a new...
  Lynn Monty | Editor in chief Strawberry season is in full swing and Adam’s Berry Farm is finally buzzing. Its first harvest is underway about two weeks later than...
  Heather Morse | Contributor As summer approaches many home buyers find themselves searching for that perfect home or cabin on the lake. From cool dips on hot days to...
Beth Phillips | Contributor Editor’s note: This column features a different guest writer each month who writes about comical musings, quirky happenings and other essential elements of getting through this...
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,...