After a one-year hiatus, the tractor parade is returning to East Charlotte.
We launched our reader survey in last week’s newspaper and have already received dozens of completed surveys in the mail and online.
On a highly-altered landscape, the idea of an old-growth forest is captivating to many. But what are old-growth forests? And why do they matter?
Police have cited a former student for allegedly displaying a BB gun during a football game Saturday afternoon at the Champlain Valley Union High School.
Childcare is a serious concern in Charlotte as it is in most other places.
It was the same questions in the same case at the Charlotte Selectboard meeting on Monday, Sept. 11 — and, in the end, the same result for the land dispute between officials and Barb Russ and Dean Williams.
I have a habit of loudly and dramatically announcing that certain aspects of government function are “the cornerstone of democracy.” (I put the fun in government function!)
Sometimes it’s hard to live up to the reputation of a famous family member, but Peter Post has been able.
If you want to add a touch of architectural interest to your shade garden, look no further than the graceful silhouette of Solomon’s seal.
Gardeners may notice a white coating on the leaves of their cucurbit plants, phlox, roses and lilacs. This is a common fungal disease called powdery mildew that appears this time of year on several different hosts.
Getting into the Charlotte Library has gotten even easier.
The 2023-24 school year is only 12 days old, but many exciting activities are already happening at Charlotte Central School.
Karen Kohler, 68, of Shelburne died peacefully at the University of Vermont Medical Center on Sept. 15, 2023, after a year-long battle with cancer.
This month’s schedule is full.
In medieval times salads were composed of green leaves, sometimes with flowers.
Snapping turtles are emerging from eggs laid in June. With a temporary egg tooth, hatchlings cut an exit from their leathery homes of several months.
Trees provide us with many gifts: shade, wind breaks, erosion control, beautiful foliage, an invitation to birds and other wildlife and, in the case of fruit or nut trees, something tasty to harvest.
It’s raining again and I just ran around my house gathering up all the books I’ve read in the past few months that I have not yet written about in this column. I turned up: seven.
After a season opening loss, the Champlain Valley Redhawks jumped back onto a two-game win streak with victories over Bellows Free Academy and South Burlington-Burlington-Winooski.