All posts by: Margo Bartsch, Contributor

The phrase, “The early bird catches the worm,” as defined by Dictionary.com, highlights “One who arrives first has the best chance for success.”...
In 2012, Rebecca Foster held a celebration for the completion of a community solar project at Ten Stones where she resided. That’s when Suzy Hodgson, who was serving as chair...
Enjoy many local events this holiday season....
Next month’s Charlotte News will include a fulsome “thank you” to the many people and businesses in our community whose generosity makes our work possible throughout the year....
Congratulations to junior Tess Everett, a Redhawk midfielder who was named to the Free Press’ First All-State Field Hockey Team. She was also named to the Metro Division team....
Even though the MLB season is over, there is still a lot of action going on in the baseball world. With the possibility of Major League...
And just like that it’s December again. Some things have changed since this time last year, and some things, alas, are still with us…but...
Two weeks ago, Anna Cyr, our managing editor, and I sent a request to several Charlotte residents asking the question, “What sort of paper should The Charlotte News be?” We’re...
Two journalists from The Burlington Weekly Free Press traveled to Rutland in January 1847 to report on the new railroad’s stockholders meeting and spent two days bumping and lurching in...
Cassandra Townshend will leave CCS, Charlotte-raised Emily Kenyon returns to Vermont to represent low-wage workers and obituary for Eric Bown. ...
Whatever your budget, you can find unique and beautiful gifts for loved ones of all ages...
This was a tough year for The Charlotte News. We lost two editors and several board members for a variety of reasons....
Two years into the pandemic, community members wonder if masks are working...
On Sunday, December 19th, the Clemmons Family Farm invites us to join a Kwanzaa Storytelling event via Zoom....
At The Charlotte News, we believe that the most important news stories leave a lasting impact and can also elevate local issues to a regional platform....
The Board of the Charlotte Senior Center is excited to announce that Lori York will be our new Senior Center Director as of December 20.  Lori’s warmth and outgoing personality,...
Figuratively speaking, farmers have always had to “make hay while the sun shines.” But when growing hay really is your business, the old adage has special resonance....
For the second time this year, the town will be on the hunt for a new Zoning Administrator....
The Selectboard began the process of interviewing applicants for the town’s new Development Review Board during its regular meeting on November 22....