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Property owners on Long Point in North Ferrisburgh decided to form a “Weed Committee” to study the problem. After many months of research into causes and weed-control methods, and after...
Edd Merritt gives us the scoop on happenings around town ...
Hops are used in beer production and require trellises 18 feet tall to grow properly. Of Briggs’ new property, about 30 acres will be devoted to these trellises. Briggs and...
Congratulations: to Tyler Allen who grew up in Charlotte and now lives in the “Big Sky Country” of Montana and who was recently promoted to Managing Editor of Outlaw Publications. The...
The short-term home rentals are usually posted on Airbnb or Vacation Rentals by Owner (VRBO). Airbnb lists 39 short-term home rentals in Charlotte. VRBO has approximately 15 rentals in Charlotte....
The Charlotte Selectboard asked your Tree Warden to conduct a preliminary assessment of trees that would need to be removed to accommodate an eight-foot wide trail that starts four feet...
Community events in or around Charlotte, Vermont for July and August 2017...
Peter Demick of Charlotte I like Trails. Calm reflective strolls listening to birds in the trees. What I don’t like are bad trails shoved down our throat. Recently the Trails...
Editor’s note: Talk of potential development of the Town Link Trail section on State Park Road sparked lively discussion at the Charlotte Town Selectboard meeting on July 10. Miscommunication arose...
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Congratulations: to Sara and Brandt Nelsen of Charlotte whose daughter Vivian Page Nelsen was born May 24. to Adam Hamilton of Charlotte who earned placement...
  Morgan Magoon | News Intern When Scott Hardy of New Haven wanted to subdivide a 10-acre parcel of land on Mt. Philo Road into two five-acre lots, he applied...
Vince Crockenburg | Tree Tribe Member and Charlotte News Board President Since the publication of the Charlotte Big Trees roster in the May 31 issue of The Charlotte News, we...
Edd Merritt | Contributor An addition to last issue’s “Congratulations:” In our last issue we recognized Rhino Foods and Ted Castle for making the Forbes Magazine’s list of “Small Giants.”...
  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...