Posts filed under: Around Town

What’s next just a Stone’s Throw away and Congratulations and Sympathies to Charlotters. ...
Widge Currier had just pulled up at his family’s camp at the tip of Thompson’s Point Sunday afternoon, focused on the annual ritual of opening the expansive 1800s camp for...
Antique Clocks  … Drones … Native Americans … Poems from the Wilderness … Shelburne Country Store’s history …and a SPIN-A THON?   What on earth is the common link?  If you...
A majority of Charlotte residents say they would use a community center if built, but there is still a long road ahead before the town can break ground....
April Fools Day has come and gone, but April’s weather continues its foolish unpredictability. In keeping with that spirit, herewith is April’s True or False....
Congratulations and sympathies to Charlotters...
Do you have old stereos, VCRs, boomboxes, etc. that are just cluttering your house? Are you wanting to be sure they don’t end up in the landfill? Then we have...
Spear’s Corner Store was once again the topic of discussion at this past week’s Zoning Board meeting. ...
Congrats to Annika Gruber, John Moses and Leath Tonino. Sympathies to the families of Eileen Schilling, Joseph Lane, Sr., and Caroline W. Koehler...
The Charlotte Community Partners wrote a lot during the fall and early winter about the Resilience Survey, which was rolled out in November and ran into December....
On a frigid Tuesday morning Kendra Bowen came to the town hall to vote in person. A mom from East Charlotte, she believes participation is important for a functioning democracy....
The results were in, but not until midnight—there was a lot to count, and a lot of write-ins....
In East Charlotte, two permits stand at an impasse. Richard Tenney got one to build a new well. Carrie Spear needs one to add septic to her store. There is...
The Charlotte Selectboard voted to approve a Wastewater Allocation application by the Charlotte Family Health Center — a step toward allowing the center to tap into the town’s wastewater management...
Congratulations to Annika Gruber and Lila Taylor, Courtney McDermott and Margaret Eagan and sympathies to the families of Rita Kieslick Johnson, Norman Leduc and David Watts....
After years of work and considering more than 70 potential Land Use Regulation amendments, the Planning Commission’s role came to a close on the issue at Monday night’s Selectboard meeting...
Congratulations and sympathies to Charlotters...
With no petition needed, it’s a little easier this year, but there’s still a deadline: Charlotters interested in running for office need to submit paperwork to Town Clerk/Treasurer Mary Mead...