Posts filed under: Community Voices

Now that the dust has settled, the yard signs are gone, and Charlotters have exercised their democratic right and responsibility, it’s an appropriate time to take a step back and...
What makes The Charlotte News special and what, over the years, has given it ballast when there are waves?...
Thank you from the Chair of the CVSD School Board’s and a Charlloter's thanks to voters. ...
A couple of books got me thinking about how we depend upon and how we share a relationship with nature. One was Philip Caputo’s The Longest Road, a story of...
All Vermont public school students are supposed to be taught personal finance, but I would bet that many parents would have a hard time finding a young person who has...
This is my last issue of The Charlotte News. and I’m grateful for all the support and kind words I’ve received for the past two years from everyone who loved...
Hello, reading friends. I hope this finds you healthy, happy, and staying more or less sane in what I hope are the days of a waning pandemic. I hope you...
Charlotters voice their opinions on recent topics about Selectboard candidacy and support and opposition on Land Use Regulations....
Isabel Jennifer Seward, a teenage driver, was fined $220 for her part in a double-fatal vehicle crash that killed an elderly Ferrisburgh couple last fall in Charlotte....
Guns again are an issue—this time at the University Mall in South Burlington. Although, according to news reports, no one was hit directly by a bullet, the fact that guns...
Letters: Mudge running for Selectboard, Clark’s Kwiniaska in East Charlotte and Better, not bigger...
Thank you for the warm welcome and support you have given to The Red Onion! ...
In 2013 my wife and I had plans to return to Vermont from our home in Rwanda so she could give birth to our first child. As a human rights...
Well, it certainly was not a Christmas present when the announcement came that Vermont’s long-standing New England Culinary Institute (NECI) would close. For 40 years NECI trained chefs, providing them...
A treaty to ban nuclear weapons, Thank you for supporting Rotary and Words matter...
Happy New Year, Readers! I hope you made it through the transition healthy and intact and that this year will bring peace, harmony, much needed national stability, and some more...
The land use regulation changes planned for public hearing at the Selectboard on Friday, and potential ballot item in March, stem largely from a three-meeting informal study done a decade...
I can remember my daughter-in-law’s mother saying that when an idea comes into her brain, it instantaneously comes out her mouth....
A letter from the Community Center Committee and who can use the snowmobile trails....