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.
Condolences and Congratulations to Charlotters
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.
Condolences and Congratulations
Tired of slow streaming or spotty cell service? There is now a way to check and report correctly if you have broadband — and accuracy matters — there’s millions of dollars of public funding at stake.
Condolences Pamela D. Volk Gentle into that good night she did not go. Our mother, Pamela Dow Volk, left…
Charlotte got its first decent snowfall on Dec. 17 — nothing historic but a few good inches that looked promising for a white Christmas.
The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT) and the Charlotte Grange are like two sides of the same valuable coin.
Putting up trail signs is a lot more than digging a hole, putting in a post and nailing a sign to it.
Holiday events and Christmas church service in the area.
Antiques Roadshow announces Shelburne Museum air dates and CVU graduate selected for art recognition
Who decides the future of a town? According to Vermont’s Orton Family Foundation, it should be everyone who lives there.
’Tis the season when “it’s” loses its most-favored contraction status and “’tis” often supplants it as the preferred contraction for “it is.”
Stony Loam Farm is more than just an agricultural endeavor. Owner Dave Quickel’s mission statement includes building community and providing education about local, sustainable agriculture. Since 2002, Quickel has been doing all of that on his organic farm.
Fun was had by kids and adults for Halloween night on Greenbush Road.
The ferry from Charlotte to Essex, N.Y., reduced the number of its lake crossings a bit earlier this year.