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Mt. Philo Hops Farm sparks local debate in Charlotte, Vermont...
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...
LETTER: The mouse that roared At the end of the March 7 Town Meeting, Charlotte voters adopted my proposal to call on the U.S. Congress to investigate whether sufficient grounds...
Letter submitted by Lydia Clemmons, Charlotte Greetings from Ethiopia. I headed out here on Town Meeting Day for my usual quarterly work visit. The weekend after I arrived, 65 people,...
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Re-elect Fritz Tegatz I am writing to support Fritz Tegatz’s re-election to the Selectboard. Fritz brings valuable experience to the board. As an engineer he is very knowledgeable about construction,...
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We are all neighbors The intent of this letter is to pour healing balm over the hate and divisiveness of recent weeks. Perhaps an overview of what unifies us would...
Ruah Swennerfelt | Contributor  I’d never seen so many people crowding the streets and the lawn of the Statehouse in Montpelier as I did on Saturday, Jan. 21, when an...
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Please run, Charlotte needs you As I sat here writing a short piece on this year’s positions for elected town officials, I was moved by the number of potential vacancies....
Thank you for publishing my article on the proposed event barn in the Nov. 30 issue of The Charlotte News! I am writing this letter to provide a little more...
Disappointment, to put it mildly, describes how it felt to hear the presidential election results in the early hours of Nov.9. Because it’s so stressful to try and digest the national...
A vote for Zuckerman I support Sen. Dave Zuckerman for lieutenant governor for his work and position on many issues, including his thoughtful approach on an issue that concerns us...
For the past few years, Little League baseball across the country has been losing players. Most people blame it on other sports, but I have a different theory. Little League...
I have known David since he began farming at the Intervale. Organic farming is not easy and he has succeeded with his farm business as well has represented Chittenden County...
Thanks to all for a great Charlotte Library Book Sale Editor: In spite of less than ideal weather we had an excellent turnout for the book sale and believe that...
David Scherr understands the causes and effects of poverty and has tangible strategies for how to combat the roots of this problem. He also understands and has the experience to...
My resignation from the Charlotte Central School Board of Directors will take effect at midnight on the date of distribution of this issue of The Charlotte News: June 16, 2016....
Summer break Editor: Summer is nearly upon us, and our family calendar is peppered with micro adventures....
Here is my proof that the jacket is a fraud as written and verified by Dave Berry, WWII historian, in his e-mail to me below which he asked that I...
Mother's Day, John Rigapoulos' jacket, and a response from Janet Morrison ...
Readers weight in on Mary Mead, the political process, volunteering and the connection between bumblebees and natural snow. ...