Posts filed under: People and Places

It took seven years but Brian Just is happy to say that his house at Ten Stones doesn’t need a CO2 detector....
A town-wide discussion about whether Charlotte needs a community center and what this center might include continues to pick up steam....
Looking ahead to this year’s sugaring season, Pat Leclaire, 66, invested in a new steam pan for his sugarhouse on Lime Kiln Road. The lifelong Charlotter was excited about its...
Susan Blood is a long-time recreational swimmer, but, like most Vermonters, when October rolled around she would put away her bathing suit. That is no longer the case....
Vera Simon-Nobes’ sewing career started inauspiciously with her mother’s sewing machine. “I made some clothing when I was growing up, primarily unsuccessfully,” she said....
Charlotte Grange: honoring Charlotte’s agricultural roots and helping to build a resilient future for all...
Thursday, December 30, 12:58 p.m.: Immediate Mandatory Evacuation of the town of Superior, all 13,000 residents. No warning....
Ted and Anne Castle are proud to say that Rhino Foods was behaving like a B Corporation before that title existed....
Evergreen Family Health Partners is announcing consolidation of three of their four offices into one central location that will reduce costs, increase efficiency, and stabilize the practice for the long-term....
The Charlotte Energy Committee has created the Charlotte Energy Shelf to connect low-to-moderate income Charlotters with no-cost weatherization materials...
It’s not a stretch to say that the National Kidney Registry may have saved Jim Fox’s life....
Shelburne native and CVU sophomore Elise Berger has been attracting a lot of national attention for her prodigious baseball skills....
Hundreds of Charlotters volunteer in many different capacities for a diverse range of organizations in town and beyond. We all benefit from their generosity, which helps make the town of...
Discarded Christmas trees are usually a sad punctuation mark to the holiday season. Not, however, at Flower Gap Farm, a small artisanal operation that sells raw goat milk products on...
Hundreds of Charlotters volunteer in many different capacities for a diverse range of organizations in town and beyond. We all benefit from their generosity, which helps make the town of...
This fun and energetic group of young ladies from Troop 30066 will be out and about selling Girl Scout Cookies throughout the month of January....
One of the most ambitious endeavors in Vermont agriculture, the redevelopment of the iconic Nordic Farms on Route 7 in Charlotte, took several defining steps forward this week....
Stuart Robinson of Charlotte has built and donated a “little free library” for East Charlotte....
Charlotte Girl Scout Troop 30066 is continuing to dedicate their time to helping spread a little holiday cheer this month....
In 2012, Rebecca Foster held a celebration for the completion of a community solar project at Ten Stones where she resided. That’s when Suzy Hodgson, who was serving as chair...