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The Recreation Commission and Charlotte Recreation held a beach sculpture challenge this fall....
The Vermont Secretary of State’s Office was in charge of mailing out absentee ballots to every active registered voter in the Town of Charlotte. They started the mailing on Sept....
Trick or treating won’t be the same this year, but some Halloween traditions can’t be taken down by the coronavirus: as long as you have a squash and a sharp...
It wasn’t the ideal 20th anniversary celebration of the East Charlotte Tractor Parade, but like everything else this year, it was memorable, nonetheless. The weather was glorious, the leaves were...
Over the past couple of weeks, the library has hosted Wednesday late afternoon concerts. Performers have been on the porch and audiences scattered over the green, staying in marked circles...
For the friends and family who loved Dana Bolton, his passing from brain cancer this spring has left a void. For music lovers and musicians, a dearth of live music...
Charlotte is home to a diverse set of agricultural activities and, by extension, some fantastic food options. From food trucks to homemade breads and pastries, coffee and creemees, there’s something...
We would like to start by publicly thanking all the folks who have generously contributed to our Building Fund....
“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...
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...
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...
The Spring Repair Café is scheduled for Saturday, April 18 from 10 to 2 p.m. at the Charlotte Congregational Church. Start gathering your articles that need fixing! The café fixers...
The Charlotte Grange is proud to host Pete Sutherland and Oliver Scanlon of Pete’s Posse on Sunday, March 8 at 4 p.m. Pete and Oliver will present “Fiddlers of the...
Tuesday’s Meet the Candidates night at the Grange hosted five candidates from the list of nine names on this year’s ballot. Four are running unopposed and one candidate, Matt Krasnow,...
From across the world, Vermonters watched last fall as devastating wildfires swept across Australia. For two local Aussies, the news was particularly difficult to watch. Damien Helem, from Charlotte, and...
High school age students in Charlotte, Shelburne and Hinesburg have the opportunity to compete in the first round of the annual Rotary speaking competition at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb....
February 11, Tuesday, starting at 7 p.m., come to the Charlotte Grange and “Meet the Candidates!” Hosted by The Charlotte News and the Charlotte Library. Meet and ask questions of...
If you want to hear some great music in a beautiful, cozy historic building close to home, check out these events happening at the Charlotte Grange Hall in the coming...