Posts filed under: Around Town

The Friends of the Lyceum Schoolhouse proudly announce their commitment to supporting the restoration of the historic Lyceum Schoolhouse, now the home of the Charlotte Grange....
All is not well between neighbors Carrie Spear and Rick Tenney. On March 9, lawyers for Carrie Spear and co-Appellants Michael Spear and 2877 Spear Street Associates, LLC, filed a...
Phase 1 of construction began at Charlotte Central School this month to repair age-related and other damage to the building’s exterior. The school will also undergo improvements to its ventilation...
At a Special Selectboard Meeting on May 27, board members discussed continuing efforts to hire a planning and zoning assistant for the town....
Congratulations Ava Rohrbaugh, Quinn Sunderland, Rose Lord and Annika Gruber and Obituary for Daniel O Moran...
Zoning Administrator Wendy Pelletier had only just settled into her new role when she faced what she called her biggest job challenge so far: side effects from her second COVID-19...
Do you know which plants threaten the Charlotte landscape? Do you feel that Charlotte is doing enough to protect, improve and/or conserve our landscape? ...
La Vie en Rose, film by Natalie Stulz. Congratulations to Ava Rohbraugh and Rose Lord. Sympathies to Theresa Hayden, Kristina Oxholm and Sandra B. Lewis ...
As a reporter for the Charlotte News, I am learning to keep on the lookout for the next big scoop that will propel my career forward.  I thought I had...
Charlotte residents are weighing in on what the town should do with about $370,000 of COVID-19 relief money, which was allocated to the town by the federal government as part...
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. ...