All posts by: Mara Brooks, Editor

After serving less than three months as a member of the ZBA, Ronda Moore has resigned....
Although summer feels like it’s winding down and the Dog Days of Summer are soon behind us, we know there are still plenty of reasons to enjoy the outdoors....
A celebration of the lives of Marty and Terry will take place on Saturday August 14th at 10am at the Breeding Barn at Shelburne Farms....
Energy Committee Chair Rebecca Foster said she is perplexed by the Selectboard’s “disproportionate” concerns over a series of small purchases made by the committee, given the EC’s modest budget and...
Every two weeks, The Charlotte News arrives in your mailbox, no matter what. It’s been that way for 63 years. Last week we were in your mailbox again—this time with...
The Charlotte Energy Committee focused on renewable energy at its table at the Grange on the Green concert on July 15, with a s’mores solar oven made by college-bound committee...
Deputy Tree Warden Alexa Lewis checks an emerald ash borer trap on Prindle Road in East Charlotte last Thursday....
Tim Wall has found a balance in his life with one foot in the slow lane of his Three Chimney Farm and the other in the fast-paced investment world with...
Cyrus Prindle was born in Charlotte on May 6, 1838, son of George and Louisa (Harris) Prindle. His father died on Cyrus’s fifth birthday May 6, 1843, aged 34 years....
Vermont men and women both won their matches in Hanover, New Hampshire, against the “Granite Staters” in the annual Twin-State Soccer Cup....
A thank you to Carrie Spear and Sarah Reis and Obituaries for Jane Becker and Norman Bohn....
Every few years I revisit the inventory of walking trails in Charlotte. Our town is blessed with these resources and the vast network of volunteers who support them....
Throughout May and June, the fields behind Town Hall in Shelburne, at Charlotte Berry Farm and on Harbor Road buzzed with activity every day of the week....
War? Is it really the best way to settle political disagreements between groups of people—showing others that they are wrong about how best to govern themselves by killing them? ...
We are excited to be offering our Monday Munches at the Charlotte Senior Center again....
Our OPEN flag is out. Do stop by to say hello, 9-4, M-F—we’re right across from the post office....
Vermont State Police were notified Tuesday of stolen property removed from Mount Philo State Park in Charlotte. A wooden informational kiosk constructed by volunteers was cut at the base of...
The Planning Commission meeting on the 15th was supposed to cover a proposed sketch plan, but once again got sidetracked with talks of the proposed Charlotte Family Health Center. As the...
Yellow iris (Iris pseudacorus), with its striking yellow flowers, is a beautiful plant, but also a threat to our priority natural communities and native plants.  In recent years, it has...
In the months preceding the arrival of Covid, the Charlotte Energy Committee and Sustainable Charlotte (formerly Transition Charlotte) joined forces with the WindowDressers organization of Maine to make and install...