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Letters To The Editor The local paper…the local news. How else would one know all the details of a town? Activities, politics, achievements, real estate transactions, memorials, conservation, agriculture, education and much more: each edition brings new news of the neighborhood. Continue Reading “Corsage for Social Distancing,” acrylic on birch plywood, 4”x6.” Wylie Garcia: Exploring creativity on many levels Wylie Garcia is spending a lot more time at home in Charlotte these days.With the onset of COVID-19, she gave up her Burlington studio and is now making art from her bedroom, which gives her the opportunity to look at and revisit her creations throughout the day. Continue Reading This owl was hanging around Charlotte last week mid-day. Photo by Rich Ahrens It’s not a Harry Potter problem, you’re just home more Several Charlotte residents have mentioned to The Charlotte News that they have been noticing barred owls more than usual this year. Bird Project Leader for Vermont Fish and Wildlife Doug Morin shared some of his knowledge as to why this could be. Continue Reading The Charlotte News Digital Edition The Charlotte News seeks input on website improvements The Charlotte News is all digital this week, and we want to know what you think and to learn as much as possible from the experiment. Continue Reading Cummings Electric built the base and installed the charger at Town Hall on July 10. Photos by Dean Bloch Charlotte’s first public EV charger The Charlotte Energy Committee and the Charlotte Library, with the support of the town, successfully applied in April 2019 for a $17,000 grant from the State Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Grant Program for a charging station at the library. Continue Reading District announces school reopening details Superintendent Elaine Pinckney opened the Champlain Valley School District Board meeting on Tuesday, July 21 with the statement, “We are working from imperfect options and choosing the best of those options Continue Reading
Last week, we launched a website survey, asking you, our readers, a few questions about our website – as it is today, and what you’d like to see us offer...
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After fifteen years as superintendent, Elaine Pinckney announced this week her upcoming retirement from the Champlain Valley School District in June 2021. ...
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The Charlotte Planning and Zoning Office staff want to make sure residents know that we are open for business and reviewing and administering municipal permit applications....
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During Vermont Open Farm Week, you can meet the farmers, plants, and animals that bring your favorite high quality Vermont products to your plate....
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Superintendent Elaine Pinckney opened the Champlain Valley School District Board meeting on Tuesday, July 21 with the statement, “We are working from imperfect options and choosing the best of those...
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The Charlotte News is all digital this week, and we want to know what you think and to learn as much as possible from the experiment....
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On July 17, the board of directors of The Charlotte News announced that Claudia Marshall will replace Vince Crockenberg as the paper’s publisher and president of the board....
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The bulk of the July 13 Selectboard meeting was taken up with two issues: one a highway access permit request dispute that just won’t die and the other that has...
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Public comment was the theme at the July 16 Planning Commission meeting, where Charlotte residents had plenty to say about proposed changes for Land Use Regulations and about a sketch...
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Well, yes, you do think back over three-quarters of a century lifetime and remember how much of it revolved around a physical presence and how much, now that that physicality...
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The local paper…the local news. How else would one know all the details of a town? Activities, politics, achievements, real estate transactions, memorials, conservation, agriculture, education and much more: each...
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The Charlotte Food Shelf is an all volunteer organization supported by the Charlotte Congregational Church, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church and the Charlotte Community. A big thank you...
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