Posts filed under: People and Places

Opening Day at the Cookie Love creemee window had a different feeling this year, because the good cheer about the opening was dimmed somewhat by the uncertainty of the news...
“Help, my computer’s not working” is a cry often heard as we’re all confined to our homes by Covid restrictions. “Who can I call to get it running again soon?”...
One of Charlotte’s hidden gems is Morningside Cemetery. The cemetery is tucked into a secluded hillside off Morningside Drive a short distance from Spear Street....
Take a ride down Mt. Philo Road, past the park entrance and the Mt. Philo Inn, up over the ridge, savoring the spectacular views in all directions, and down into...
When Rick Vincent was hired as an accountant by what was then known as the University Health Center, he wasn’t thinking much about the future....
Spring is coming. For me that means the start of baseball season. It’s a game that goes back to my own youth, and it carried on over the years in...
Among those vaccinated was Charlotter Erick Crockenberg, who is working in Bhutan with U.S.-based company Mountain Hazlenuts, the largest private employer in the country....
Letters covering town conflict of interests and The Charlotte News....
A trail project connecting Mt. Philo, the West Village and the Town Beach was approved during Town Meeting Day 2021, and the Selectboard is now reviewing plans to continue building...
When Meg Berlin and her then-husband visited a friend who lived in Charlotte almost 25 years ago, they fell in love with the area and decided to buy some land...
Selectboard member and Spear’s Corner Store owner Carrie Spear signed off for the last time as a public official last week. After serving two three-year terms on the board, she...
Jonathan Hart doesn’t take as many photos as he used to. That’s because he’s changed his vantage point from photographer to publisher. The proprietor of Amazing Vermont Photography has added...
Lewis Mudge is the newest member of the Charlotte Selectboard and he took a minute to let us know what he’s into, what he hopes for, and what he wants...
Christine Cowart was living in New Jersey and skiing at Pico almost every weekend when she started seeing skiers with orange bibs. The bibs were worn by blind skiers and...
Towards the end of last year, I spent a couple of evenings sifting through records of the Charlotte Grange, pulling together photographs to map out how the Grange Hall has...
Many of us are at an age when our revered sports figures leave us to enter the great big tunnel. On Jan. 22, #44 left life for a different field...
Scott Jaunich readily admits he’s not what most people would expect from a member of the Audubon Vermont Board of Directors. “I’ve seen more birds from the bead of a...
Make kindness second nature for a happy, healthy family member and community member. Practice. Practice. Practice. That is how we master the skill....
In 1989, Debbie Lamden’s life was turned upside down. Her son, Ari, was born after just 24 weeks of pregnancy, weighing only a pound and a half. A stained-glass artist...
The well known and much-loved Red Onion Café opened with a rush on Wednesday morning that was still going at lunch time....