The corruption of freedom
On a sunny August Friday morning, I stopped in at Burlington’s Willow Bakery for a bagel and coffee.
In November 2021, the selectboard approved the formation of a development review board. This change delegated all development applications, conditional-use permits, site plans, variances
Our house was in Shelburne but the sheep barn was in Charlotte. My best friends and fellow hockey players all lived in Charlotte (when the Charlotte skating rink was on the east side of Greenbush Rd. on the north side of the village).
The Charlotte Trails Committee is pleased to announce the completion of a new section of trail.
Vote yes on Article 1 To the Editor:On Nov. 7, we have an opportunity to address climate change, further…
As a high school senior, I understand the many challenges that being a girl in high school holds.
If you want to meet someone who is bullish about the future of East Charlotte, look no further than Jon Maguire.
Local residents speak on topics of their concern.
Charlotters talk about: Short-term rentals, Town manager and Listening to Vermont youth
Delaney described the change to a town manager as “huge and unknown” and stated the discussions of such a change since March as “a clumsy argument — and sometimes a sly one — about that change and our path to a strong future.
Letters: Bring your backgammon board, online tax filing and short-term rental ordinance
Announcements from local organizations.
The Farm Bill is a massive omnibus bill which sets policy and funding levels for a wide range of programs under the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Robert Frost was a farming Vermonter, and one of our country’s best known and beloved poets.
Local Charlloters express their opinions
At the outset of the June 26 selectboard meeting, the selectboard agreed to chair Jim Faulkner’s request to change the agenda by adding an update concerning the transition of the Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service to a municipal department.
For many years, Charlotte Children’s Center and Charlotte Congregational Church have partnered to provide childcare and pre-school
Anyone who has been outdoors during the past week is well aware of the wildfires burning in Quebec and Nova Scotia.
As spring comes to the Green Mountains, shades of green slowly paint the contours of our rolling hills, valleys, and farm fields.