Posts filed under: People and places

Many of you may remember the intriguing signs for Authentica African Art Imports located along Route 7, Ferry Road, and in front of the shop owned by Jack and Lydia...
A year ago at a breakfast Alice Outwater hosted at Shelburne Farms, Lydia Clemmons (the younger) alerted me to her family’s plans to transform their farm into an African American...
Camaraderie and laughter filled the sidelines. Myers said it’s a big family of draft-horse lovers. Rose-Ann Lombard of Charlotte has been a show superintendent for the draft-horse events at the fair...
The Shelburne Charlotte Garden Club will meet at 11 a.m. at the Shelburne Vineyard at 6308 Shelburne Road in Shelburne on Tuesday, Sept. 12. All are welcome to join in...
The Charlotte Town Link Trail has been in the news frequently over the past several months. Although this trail has been in the works for about 20 years, now that...
Last Friday afternoon Burlington mayor Miro Weinberger announced at a news conference at City Hall Park that the city and New Moran Inc, the nonprofit headed by former Charlotters Erick...
Elizabeth Bassett takes us on a tour out doors in Vermont. ...
As a sophomore at Champlain Valley Union High School Natalie Meyer made a bold move. She started a club with a mission close to her heart: a peer-led Refugee Outreach...
Earlier this summer, under the watchful eye of master stone mason Pete Demick, trained volunteers from Vermont Old Cemetery Association (VOCA) were instructed on state-of-the-art techniques to right and repair...
Also coming up is the Better L8 than Never Car Show presented by the Addison County Chamber of Commerce and the Snake Mountain Cruisers on Sept. 24. This will be...
While Open Farm Week ended officially Aug. 20, Philo Ridge Farm looks forward to continually welcoming guests to the farm through school visits, pasture walks and its farm Market....
Bradley Carleton describes his love of duck hunting and the sacred nature of the sport...
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...