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A day at Green Thumbs Camp

Submitted by Hannah Stein, Charlotte Central School fourth grader It can be hard pondering summer camp selection, with heaps of snow outside your windowpanes. So take a journey to summer...
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Young writers write!

Young Writers Project is an independent nonprofit that engages students to write, helps them improve and connects them with authentic audiences. Here are submissions by Charlotte students. I Am Alone,...
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Charlotte Central School kindergarten registration deadline

If your child will be five years old by Sept. 1, please call Naomi Strada at CCS at 425-6600 to register for kindergarten for the 2017/2018 school year. Registration will...
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Everything you ever wanted to know about heat pumps and more

Bill Kallock of Integral Analytics was interviewed by Catherine Hughes—both are members of the Charlotte Energy Committee. The interview has been lightly edited for length and clarity. Catherine Hughes: How...
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Solar mowers to hit Charlotte this spring

Charlotters Nate Carr of Church Hill Landscapes and Steven Wisbaum of Eco-Equipment Supply have recently become part of the high-performance electric lawnmower revolution. “My new business was created to serve...
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Town seeks mowing and brush hogging bids

The Town of Charlotte is seeking bids for mowing and maintaining certain town parcels and trails, and brush hogging certain town parcels. A description of the parcels and bid requirements...
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CVU Girls Basketball win championship

Edd Merritt | Contributing Editor Seeds are for birds when it comes to high school basketball With CVU men’s basketball team ranked #1 and the women ranked #2 in the...
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Cush the pup helps Passion for Paws

Macushla, or Cush, the golden retriever shop dog at A Little Something in Shelburne, celebrated his 10th birthday with a fundraiser to benefit Passion 4 Paws, a dog rescue group...
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Milk & Honey Quilters’ Guild offers raffle quilt

Submitted by former Charlotter Lisa Patton Once again the Milk & Honey Quilters’ Guild is preparing for a quilt show, and the first item on the agenda was to make...
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What exactly is high-level health and well-being and where can I buy some?

Submitted by Nancy Somers Radiant health, also known as high-level health and well-being, is not for sale. It’s free! Check the owner’s manual you received when you were born. What,...
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SACRED HUNTER: No loss is without gain

Bradley Carleton | Contributor It’s the time of year that many of us examine our balance sheets and seeks to claim losses to offset our gains that we’ve seen in...
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Health Matters: Straighten up, your spine will thank you

Katie Spencer, D.P.T. | Contributor At some point in our lives, a majority of us are likely to experience neck and back pain, including chronic muscle strains, persistent spinal malalignment,...
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