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The budget work for the Champlain Valley School District Board continued Tuesday at Shelburne Community School as school directors combed through the proposed budget....
Carolyn Kulik, the new Director of the Charlotte Senior Center, has many interests. She worked in Asia for eight years and has 20 years of experience in cross-cultural training and...
he Jan. 8 Selectboard meeting saw an array of issues discussed, including the next step in jumpstarting the search for a new Zoning Administrator. Board members reviewed a job description...
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Santa stopped by for a visit Sunday at the Charlotte Fire and Rescue station. ...
Andrew Thurber, who along with his wife, Kit Perkins, owns Strong House, the new home of The Charlotte News, hangs our sign on the wall facing Greenbush Road. ...
On the morning of December 11, Charlotte Fire and Rescue received a call that a dog had fallen through the ice on Charlotte Pond, off Guinea Road. Fire and Rescue...
The Shelburne Charlotte Garden Club will hold its annual holiday potluck brunch on Tuesday, December 12, at the Shelburne Methodist Church. At 10 a.m....
On November 28, 2017, first responders were called to Wake Robin, a retirement community located in Shelburne, VT to investigate a report of a possible Ricin exposure....
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...
Armistice Day became a national holiday in 1926. The idealistic notion of the end of war was itself shattered by subsequent conflicts. In 1947, WWII veterans sought to honor those...
Whether it’s a nasty zebra mussel gash or a sudden acute illness, same-day appointments for urgent care are always available for patients at the Charlotte Family Health Center. Dr. Andrea...
Town officials have moved one step closer to finalizing Charlotte’s new town plan. The proposed plan has been in the making more than five years, and if all goes smoothly,...
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...
At its Oct. 9 meeting, the Selectboard heard budget proposals for the next fiscal year from five town agencies. The Listers Office proposed a budget of $61,720, down $6,327 from...
Corporate President Tom Cosinuke grew up in Pennsylvania and graduated from Westtown School and Gettysburg College. Tom has been lucky to live in Vermont for the past 35 years. He...
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...
We are proud to announce The Charlotte News has won “Distinguished Newspaper” in our category in The New England Newspaper & Press Association (NENPA) “Newspaper of the Year” 2017 competition....
Much appreciation to our contributing writers and photographers in our Jubilee Year as we celebrate the lead up to our 60th anniversary of serving as “The Voice of The Town.”...
Three budget presentations for fiscal year 2019 were made at the Sept. 25 Charlotte Selectboard meeting. The Recreation Capital Reserve Fund, Tree Warden and Lewis Creek Association were the subjects...