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Graduates throw up their caps. Photo by Nick Bishop CVU seniors graduate after four long years Three hundred and fifty-nine Champlain Valley Union high school seniors walked across the stage Friday to receive their diplomas at the Champlain Valley Exposition. Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, offered words of wisdom to the graduates. Continue Reading
At the joint ZBA and Planning Commission meeting on June 3, the boards discussed a proposal to build a new Charlotte Family Health Center....
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Neighbors Carrie Spear and Richard Tenney are attempting to reach an out-of-court agreement in their septic tank/well dispute....
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On Thursday, June 10, Charlotte Central School graduates of the class of 2021 and their families drove through the grounds of The Old Lantern Inn and Barn and were announced...
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Going down to the final match at Burlington’s Leddy Park on Saturday, with the championship still not in hand, it took floodlights and a singles victory by CVU’s Ben Sampson...
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The bright green triangular boxes hanging from a dozen ash trees in Charlotte are designed to attract any emerald ash borers (EAB) in the neighborhood and give the town a...
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Following open deliberations at its June 9 regular meeting, the ZBA approved John and Erika Bearman’s April 23 conditional use application for a stabilizing seawall on their property at 1576...
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The Zoning Board of Adjustment is still working on its new rules and procedures....
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If you yearn for more outdoor art (after visiting Lemon Fair and Cold Hollow Sculpture Parks), venture down the road to Shelburne Museum or consider a road trip to Saint-Gaudens...
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When Deborah Kehoe left Vermont to study graphic design and painting at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, teaching wasn’t one of her career goals....
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Congratulations, Sympathies and Obituaries to Charlotter's...
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June is National Dairy Month, so we are encouraged to celebrate with everything from cottage cheese to creemees....
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The Senior Center has begun a ‘soft opening.’ Priority is being given to those groups that have not been able to gather on Zoom: Bridge, Mahjong, Strength Maintenance, Tai Chi...
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