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Halloween in Steamboat Springs By Jorden Blucher Click to read October's Poem of the Month...
Maxine (Mickey) Davis is exhibiting fused glass work at the Charlotte Library throughout the month of October. The opening is at 6 p.m. on Oct. 18 at the library, and...
There was lots of puppy love at the library on Wednesday, May 17. Kim and John Frigault of Long Trail Canine Rescue (you may also know them as the state...
Rep. Mike Yantachka Our new president’s use of executive orders to try to fulfill some of his campaign promises, particularly regarding immigration, quickly ran into trouble. Executive orders are a...
Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Basketball rankings bounce around Top state ranking was an easy choice for the past four years when the CVU women never lost a basketball game....
Emily Greenberg | Contributor Local sailors, kayakers, swimmers and even concerned boaters from as far as South Hero Island gathered at the Vergennes Congregational Church on Wednesday, Nov. 2, to...
Krista Hoffsis | LCA Program Coordinator This year’s annual Lewis Creek Association party proved to be a successful and informative event! Over 50 people were in attendance, representing community members...
Jenny Cole | Contributor Shrubs planted by a group of volunteers near Holmes Brook on a cold April day in 2011 are doing well, but a little bit of managing...
Tai Dinnan | Contributor Vermont Tree Goods (VTG) of Bristol will be disassembling this historically significant tree on Nov. 1, milling it in its unique sawmill, kiln drying it and...
Katherine Lampton | Contributor The valley running along Guinea Road, with its excellent agricultural soils and sweeping views, is a fitting symbol in many ways of Charlotte’s best rural features....
Hamilton Lawrence S. Hamilton died calmly at the VNA Respite House on Oct. 6, after a very brief illness. He was 91. He is survived by his wife of 36...
The Charlotte News is proud to present the work of amateur photographers of all ages in its 11th Annual Peter Coleman Photo Contest, held in honor of the renowned Charlotte...
Did you know that monarch butterflies are the only butterfly known to make a two-way migration? They are like birds in this respect. Their life cycle starts in Mexico and...
The Charlotte News, in advance of our month-long summer hiatus, has put together this supplement to offer a glance at the hard-working folks who make our community what it is....
This spring, the Vermont River Conservancy planted 170 trees and shrubs at the Albert’s Way neighborhood on the LaPlatte River and Mud Hollow Brook in Charlotte. ...
I make bold to take this opportunity to pen a short piece because a recent trip to mythic Patagonia was the dream of a lifetime—one in which I crossed off...
Although New Jersey has the license plate, Vermont can now claim the title of Gardening State. Analysis by LawnStarter of Google trends from January 2011 to December 2015 found that...
Gardeners and landscapers are already taking advantage of the mild weather to prepare their land for the upcoming planting season. But spring is also a great time to take control...
With Drumpf Towers in Charlotte under discussion at a special Planning and Zoning Commission meeting today, we at The Charlotte News took some time to investigate the plans. In a...