Last week saw a couple of ceremonies and celebrations that herald milestones in the history of Charlotte.
Congratulations With full hearts, Jack and Olivia Barton are overjoyed to announce the arrival of their baby girl, Charlotte…
Announcements from area organizations.
Each of the two articles the selectboard put before the voters to decided on Tuesday passed in a landslide.
A rash of vehicle break-ins, vehicle thefts and stolen items from autos this past weekend has many Charlotte residents questioning how safe their possessions are in a town where they thought they didn’t need to lock up.
What is the purpose of the solar project at the Town Garage?
Fall is all up in our faces, which means Halloween is knocking at the door. And that means November is coming up the steps.
Celebrating cousins The Gaults hold a first cousin reunion every four or five years at various locations around the…
Rokeby Museum seeking new members for board of trustees, Final money in COVID relief distributed AND It’s SCHIP application season. Read more…
Late in its meeting on September 11, the selectboard went into an executive session to discuss one of its most important decisions of recent months.
Two piles of broken roof trusses lie on the ground next to Charlotte’s new town garage.
Congratulations to our Charlotters.
Do you want to know what your property tax bill will be this year?
What has more than 600 legs? And more than 150 chickens, 200 burgers, 150 hot dogs, 36 veggie burgers, not to mention a wide assortment of potluck dishes?
In just over a month, there have been two fuel truck fires on Route 7 near Charlotte.
Links to flood recovery for those affected, Vermont’s Fresh Network anniversary dinner and Funds available for Vermont organic dairy farmers.
If you’ve driven past the Charlotte Community School during the past month, you may have noticed that there are big construction projects afoot.
If something like a music concert is good, it’s worth paying for, right? And those who go to the concert should be the ones who pay, right? Well, maybe.
The Vermont Land Trust, in partnership with the Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge in Chittenden County, won a $25,000 grant from Cornell University’s Land Trust Small Grant Program to increase habitat connectivity and shrubland breeding habitat for golden-winged warblers.
Condolences and Congratulations to Charlotters