Green Drinks Night at Backyard Bistro and Junapr named to, best workplaces list
Green Up Day 2023 photos
The selectboard voted unanimously to lower the weight limit for the temporarily repaired bridge which was closed since April 25 after a hole was discovered in it.
A proposed solar farm in Charlotte would see about 12,500 panels lined in rows across 21 acres on Lake Road.
A confused and garbled selectboard meeting began on Monday with at least 15 minutes of discombobulation as the online broadcast cut in and out.
A fatal motorcycle wreck closed Route 7 for a while on Saturday, April 22.
The group pushing Charlotte to switch to a town manager form of municipal government has put its petition on hold for the time being.
Did you know that Vermont was the first state to designate a day of the year to clean up litter along the roadsides?
A group of Charlotters is rolling up their sleeves to create a more user-friendly town website. The project, still in its early stages, is set to finish by July 1, with a beta version launching a few weeks before then.
Vermont State Police say they are investigating an incident late Friday night where officers were called to the home of Chea Waters Evans.
Congratulations and condolences to Charlotters
A wreck on Route 7 south of Ferry Road shutdown traffic for over an hour on Friday, March 3.
During the summer lots of goats died at a farm in Charlotte’s West Village. After residents intervened, the situation appeared to have been fixed about six months ago.
Announcements about local Charlotters.
League Of Women Voters hosts program on non-citizen voting, United Way volunteer opportunities and more
It takes time, energy and food for a seed to sprout, and it looks like one has germinated in Charlotte.
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Moving through the Vestry building at the Charlotte Congregational Church required a good bit of do-si-doing.
Girls on the Run Vermont needs coaches, New England Newspaper and Press Association has a scholarship offer, Green Mountain Power is launching two programs to connect income-qualified customers with solar energy and League of Women Voters of Vermont lecture series announced.
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