Posts filed under: Around Town

Congratulations and Sympathies to local Charlotters....
The Charlotte Family Health Center on Ferry Road is temporarily moving to Shelburne at the end of the month, with hope to come back for good next year. The center’s...
Anyone who knew Monica Smith knew that she loved to be around kids, so near the playground at Charlotte Central School is the perfect spot for a memory tree in...
In a recent “Front Porch Forum” Laura Cahners-Ford mentioned her viewing of a large turtle crossing Hinesburg Road at the junction with Dorset Street. It’s been the number of years...
The autumn deadline for the Shelburne Charlotte Hinesburg Interfaith Projects grant applications is Thursday, Oct. 15. Since SCHIP began making grants, many nonprofits have used their awarded funds to continue...
All registered Vermont voters will automatically receive a ballot for the Nov. 3 general election in the mail, sent to the mailing address on file with their voter registration or...
The Selectboard Monday night buried an issue that has been on the agenda several times over the summer. After months of conversation and contention, the Morningside Cemetery Association and their...
Your first car is often your first taste of freedom—Jim Squires asked Charlotte residents and visitors what they remember the most about their old set of wheels. His own memory?...
Your Charlotte COVID-19 Assistance Team continues to meet twice a month and has now officially taken on the task of discovering how our residents feel about where our town is...
Charlotte Crossings is at odds with the Town of Charlotte yet again, as the Route 7 property owners claim they were “unexpectedly” asked to stop hosting food trucks in their...
to the Clemmons family who were featured in the August 10 Burlington Free Press as owners and operators of the Clemmons Family Farm in Charlotte. The article focused on the...
The Charlotte Grange applied for and was selected to receive not one, but two grants this year. The first, from Historic Preservation of Vermont, is dedicated to taking the eight...
With the scent of hand sanitizer pungent in the air and voters politely nodding and maintaining distance in close quarters, voting in Charlotte for the 2020 primaries was certainly out...
How much is Charlotte spending on policing? The simple answer: not a lot, but police services are a very small piece of the greater emergency services pie.  ...
The Charlotte COVID-19 Assistance Team met this past Monday and continued our discussion around community resilience, this time focusing specifically on the survey from Community Resilience Organization we discussed at...
Sympathy is extended to family and friends of Robert L. Struble of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, who passed away July 17 at the age of 80. A New Jersey native, his...
The Charlotte Planning and Zoning Office staff want to make sure residents know that we are open for business and reviewing and administering municipal permit applications....
The Charlotte Energy Committee and the Charlotte Library, with the support of the town, successfully applied in April 2019 for a $17,000 grant from the State Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Grant...
A June 23 vote to approve the Charlotte town budget, allocate $57,000 of tax money for the Town Link Trail, and to approve the amount of $0 for town donations...