Posts filed under: Around Town

Congratulations and Sympathies to Charlotters....
Property transfers September through December, 2020....
First, I got a text from my friend and colleague Elizabeth Langfeldt floating the idea of organizing some kind of Charlotte holiday light tour. The next day, I got a...
Co-owner Allison Stratton, who owns the pizza restaurants with her husband Tyler Stratton and his childhood pal Silas Pollitt, said, “We have lofty goals…We want to bring awesome pizza to...
The Community Resilience Survey is out there, and we hope that you have either completed it already or are ready to take a few minutes to do it now. You...
With 2020 nearing its end, we look back in remembrance of one of the most challenging years to date. Though, with all these struggles, the Charlotte Energy Committee is confident...
Close your eyes, and imagine you’re in the Charlotte Central School MPR. Tables are set up by local artisans and entrepreneurs selling everything from calendars to face lotion to knitwear...
The Junior League of Champlain Valley distributed its Diaper Bank’s 450,000th diaper to partner agencies statewide this week, and raised just over $5,800 in its JLCV Community Challenge in this...
The story has been told more and more often as the years go by: dairy farms are closing across the state at a rapid rate, and Charlotte dairy farms are...
The Charlotte Grange Hall marked its 150th anniversary this year. Of course, no celebrations were possible, as the Hall has been closed since March. The last event held was a...
The Recreation Commission and Charlotte Recreation held a beach sculpture challenge this fall....
Congratulations and Sympathies to Charlotters...
The Charlotte Planning Commission met on Nov. 6; one topic on the agenda was a response letter that will go out to DG Vermont Solar about its application for a...
The Charlotte News filed an Open Meeting Law violation complaint this week with the Charlotte Zoning Board of Adjustment, and plans to appeal for the full release of a batch...
The Community News Service gathered voter vignettes from across the state on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Here’s what they came across in Charlotte....
Charlotters cast their ballots early and enthusiastically this year—out of 3,317 total registered voters in town, 2,920 voted in this year’s November election. Town Clerk Mary Mead and Assistant Town...
A conflict that crosses board boundaries in town has ignited planning and zoning, personnel, and public meeting conflicts. The issues center around an application considered two weeks ago by the...
We all owe a great deal of gratitude and appreciation to former Selectboard member Fritz Tegatz who oversaw (and continues to oversee) every aspect of this undertaking, both on the...
Just Asking - If you could invite any three guests from the past or present to dinner, who would be sitting at your table? ...
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....