Posts filed under: People and Places

Ever wonder why Ferry Road takes such a sharp left turn as you are headed east shortly before you reach the ferry?...
The 17th annual Kelly Brush Ride raised more than $1 million for the first time ever, and as a result the Kelly Brush Foundation will achieve another first — awarding...
Diane Leary thinks it may be genetic. That may be why she spends so much of her free time in cemeteries....
The pontoon boat-ferry takes about 11 minutes to make the quarter-mile crossing from the cement dock at the foot of Deer Point Road in Charlotte to the island in Converse...
For Jamey Gerlaugh, the move to Charlotte with his wife Mavis in 2017 was a blessing, after what he described as the craziness of their previous home in the Washington,...
Volunteers cleaned and painted the Quinlan schoolhouse....
As the reality of the pandemic hit, Sustainable Charlotte (formerly Transition Town Charlotte) members began a journey of change....
The multi-media event was a joint celebration with CVU and the Flynn Theater...
Caitlin and Jason Elberson knew they weren’t happy working desk jobs in Pennsylvania. They realized they needed a change....
Announcements about area Charlotters and their accomplishments....
For more than two decades, this newspaper has gone to print with a variety of editors able to breathe easier and relax more fully from the tension of surviving story...
What’s a beach without inspiration wrapped in whimsy?...
Vermont’s only malthouse is quietly undergoing a massive upgrade, right here in Charlotte....
Some of Rich Aherns’ earliest memories are of watching his maternal grandfather in his wood shop....
This story has been updated and expanded since it was originally released online. On Monday, Fluffy had a dress rehearsal. And Fluffy is just a newborn. Or more accurately, a...
A barrage of garage “yes” votes in Tuesday’s election means the town will be building a garage to house snow plows and road equipment, and that road commissioner Junior Lewis...
Despite backlash about his vote against an amendment to the state constitution ensuring abortion rights, incumbent Mike Yantachka thought he would win another term as Chittenden-5 state representative, but he...
Ken French has come a long way from his early days doing corporate work in Boston as a recording and sound engineer....
Doggone! I just got another email from Norton Utilities informing me that my contract had been renewed for another year of service, guarding my computer from invasive viruses, and that...