Laura Derriendinger wants to protect Vermont children from social media, or as she defined it to Senate education committee members Jan. 26, “a toxic rabbit hole.”
Vermont could ban pet stores from selling dogs, cats and wolf hybrids under a bill in the House agriculture committee.
Don’t worry if you have a Thin Mint dependency and are worried about finding the cookie you love. If you missed one-on-one opportunities to purchase the cookie craving you suffer from annually, don’t stress out.
What if a town held a hearing and nothing was heard?
30% opposed; 26% undecided or need more information
Let’s start this story about voting this March like Jeopardy, giving the answer first. Here’s Common Connections for $200 — and remember you need to phrase your answer in the form of a question — Mark Stewart Greenstein, Jason Michael Palmer, Dean Phillips, Cenk Uygur and Marianne Williamson.
The key to overcoming health issues associated with aging is remaining active and engaged while looking at preventative measures to limit any challenges.
The library and the Charlotte Grange are sponsoring Candidates Night at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 13.
Tonight, I am feeling reflective and somewhat consumed by introspection and melancholy. I am looking back on my life while Merle Haggard is singing to me: “Are the Good Times Really Over for Good?” on livestream on my laptop.
Depending on who’s making the lists, February has been variously designated as Canned Food Month, Great American Pie Month, Cherry Month, Grapefruit Month, Snack Food Month and Hot Breakfast Month.
Sometime in early January, our solar credits ran out. Panels on our roof generally power all of our needs until about March.
Like many people in town, I felt frustrated and disappointed after watching last week’s informational meeting regarding the town administrator/town manager debate.
When I started my professional career 45 years ago, it was in rural upstate New York as a cooperative extension agent in community resource development. Along with my fellow extension agents in agriculture, horticulture and home economics, we
Vermont is well known for its incredible natural resources. Communities throughout the Green Mountain State have chosen to conserve special lands like forests, river corridors and wetlands.
Mrs. Price brought treats to school like Russian fudge. “If we were good,” Justine the narrator explains, “she said, there’d be more treats, because good things happened to good people.
The third grade facilitated a school-wide morning meeting filled with joy on Groundhog Day. Students watched Punxsutawney Phil, and he didn’t see his shadow, which supposedly means an early spring.
In deep winter, one thing we still have plenty of at the farm stands and local markets is onions, and we’re using them three ways here: caramelized, onion stock and French onion soup.
Condolences and Congratulations to Charlotters
Some people run from the cold, but Christopher Vatis, chief organizer of the Polar Picklers, embraces it. Snow shovel in hand, he keeps his fellow pickleball players active throughout the winter.
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