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  Keith Morrill | Staff writer A Vermont company’s plan to build solar panels in Charlotte was dealt a serious setback after a recent proposed decision recommended that the Vermont...
  Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Congratulations: to Madison Tieso of Charlotte who earned placement on the Castleton University Dean’s List for the 2017 spring semester. Madison met the requirements...
Keith Morrill | Staff Writer The recent legal battles and evictions of leaseholders on Malletts Bay in Colchester have some Charlotte citizens asking if similar events could unfold in their...
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Congratulations: to Ted Castle, owner of Rhino Foods which was awarded placement by Forbes Magazine on its list of “Forbes Small Giants,” 25 companies that...
Chris Falk | Contributor A dozen volunteers, members of Vermont Old Cemetery Association (VOCA), attended a graveyard restoration project on Saturday, May 20, at the West Burying Ground on Greenbush...
Diana McCargo | Philo Ridge Farm Spring in Vermont means many things, including muddy boots, late snowfalls, budding apple blossoms and the first plantings for farmers and gardeners around the...
Kerrie Pughe | Contributor Thank you Saturday, May 13, was the 25th annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Across the country over 70 million pounds of food have...
Keith Morrill | Staff Writer The seven properties of Lane’s Lane stand apart from the nearly 200 camps hemming the shoreline of Thompson’s Point. Though they’re readily accessible above ground,...
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Sympathy: is extended to family and friends of Phyllis Aube who passed away May 4 at the age of 75. Her surviving family includes her...
Linda Hamilton | Contributor For more than 25 years, Charlie Proutt of Horsford Nursery has donated and, with the help of the students, has planted trees at Charlotte Central School...
Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief Gray skies persisted but rain held off long enough on Earth Day to allow for a major effort in giving back to Mother Nature....
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Charlotter Kathryn Blume, spoke for “350 Vermont” in Montpelier on April 29 in concert with the Climate March in Washington. According to an article in...
Kerrie Pughe | Contributor Saturday, May 13, is the annual U.S. Postal Service Carriers Food Drive. The mail carriers will be collecting in Shelburne and Charlotte to benefit the community...
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Congratulations: to Tom and Lori Delia, Charlotters, who for 24 years have owned and operated Trattoria Delia Restaurant as well as its neighboring wine bar...
It’s time to grab those green bags and pitch in! Every year, for 47 years, neighbors join forces to create a litter-free community. In fact, Vermont was the first state...
Mary Mead | Town Clerk/Treasurer With the passing of the Town Charter in 2016, Charlotte now votes the town budget and “budget related articles” by Australian ballot, but that is...
Editor’s note: It was Susan Ohanian’s advisory motion to impeach Donald Trump that prompted the Selectboard’s letter to Rep. Peter Welch last month. The basis for the motion was Article...
Keith Morrill | Staff writer Charlotte citizens put their new charter to the test this week with their first town budget vote by Australian ballot. The April 11 vote decided...
Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief It’s the one-man show and old-school maple sugaring operation run by native Charlotter Pat Leclaire since 2012 that had folks stopping in for a...
Laurie Thompson | Co-Chair Trails Committee Thank you all for the healthy debate through Front Porch Forum, at our Trails public meetings in November and February, and with friends and...