Posts filed under: Around Town

Sympathy is extended to family and friends of Peter Bergh of Edwards, Colorado, formerly of Charlotte. Peter died June 3 at the age of 82. He was born in New...
Before this year’s July 4 barbecues, Vermonters are going to have to figure out what they’re going to do with their leftovers before the holiday even starts. Act 148, the...
Pick-up begins at 4:30 pm and ends at 7:00 pm. Pre-orders are encouraged for the Sausage Shack but are not required. To pre-order, please call 802-373-2886. This week's special is $10.00...
Join us Wednesday, June 17, for dinner to-go by the Sausage Shack and beer, cocktails, and gelato to-go by La Villa Bistro! Pick-up begins at 4:30 pm and goes until...
“We need healing, and we need reconciliation, but first we need justice. We need justice for George Floyd and we need justice for all the people of color that lost...
After applying for several grants and now having been super successful in being awarded not one but two grants this year, the Grange is now busy meeting the requirements on...
Want to know what’s happening to help young people, their teachers and their parents learn about black history and a full range of black experiences, and in doing so foster...
Congratulations to Alex Graham, M.D., for his appointment as a family physician at the Charlotte Family Health Center. Alex grew up in Charlotte, where his parents were both doctors, his...
Do you have old stereos, VCRs, boomboxes, and other items that are just cluttering your house? Are you wanting to be sure they don’t end up in the landfill? Then...
Students from Charlotte helped raise a total of $140,813.89 for the University of Vermont Children’s Hospital by participating in RALLYTHON, an annual, year-long student-led fundraiser that culminates in a 12-hour...
There is no hiding from COVID-19. This virus has no borders and travels at will, menacing people and businesses in every sector of society. The pandemic threatens agriculture and with...
Did you know that Vermont was the first state to designate a day of the year to clean up litter along the roadsides? And on that day in 1970, 50...
Distinctive Landscaping won two awards in the Landscape Industry Awards Program. Miles Weston and Brian Pellerin won an Honor Award for their backyard design that they titled “Family Matters.” It...
Whether you are a forest manager, landowner or enjoyer of the outdoors, it can be intimidating to know your role in the management of our forests. ...
Now, more than ever, we can come together as a community and support local businesses, simply by our food buying choices. We are blessed with many wonderful farms, bakeries, restaurants...
ShakeyGround Farm on Converse Bay Road near the Charlotte Ferry is not shaky in any way. Started by David Beckwith, it is now run Megan Bookless and Becca Burke. Becca...
Over the years of The Charlotte News, the “Around Town” section has addressed issues that impact people and organizations of our community. Although something we call community will likely exist, the...
Charlotte is blessed with dreamers and doers on the land. A visit to Stony Loam Farm on a cold dark evening confirms this....
Youngest son and namesake of a lumberjack and his bride, Josefita, he left the sticks of Springerville, and headed for the big city of Phoenix at the tender age of...
Two Charlotters participating in Young Writers Project had their poetry published recently in the Burlington Free Press....