Posts filed under: People and Places

Acclaimed classical Violist Ashleigh Gordon will be an artist-in-residence at the Clemmons Family Farm in August. Gordon will offer two family-friendly classical musical events showcasing Black history. ...
Daniel Morgan, the new town Zoning Administrator, comes to Charlotte with a fresh perspective, a cheeky attitude toward his local newspaper and a passion for philosophy and Vermont winters....
It’s a bird… It’s a plane. No, it’s Britsue’s Greenhouse/Tenney’s Snack Bar. A fantastic treasure in “East” Charlotte. You see the signs beginning on Route 7 and Ferry Road…so follow...
There will be no more last-minute panic for Charlotters who get all the way home and realize they don’t have any vodka in the house—or is that just me? The...
Charlotte native John Moses was interviewed by “Here and Now” host Jeremy Hobson on the June 26 edition of the show’s DJ Sessions. “Here and Now” is produced by WBUR...
Interfaith minister Reverend Don Chatfield is joining All Souls Interfaith Gathering in Shelburne, Vermont, on July 15 to serve as lead pastor. All Souls is an inclusive spiritual center founded...
The friendly signs advertising sandwiches for the ferry and pulled BBQ pork are coming down. The Little Garden Market on Ferry Road, one of Charlotte’s few retail outlets, has been...
There’s a whole pile of good going on at the Charlotte Congregational Church this weekend—Playing for Good will sharing its talents with the town while helping others. ...
High on the Capitoline Hill above the Forum in Rome, Matthew Zahn and Angela Sako exchanged wedding vows on May 26, 2019.  The Sacrament of Holy Matrimony was celebrated by Fr....
Jack Fairweather launched his new book, The Volunteer: One Man, an Underground Army, and the Secret Mission to Destroy Auschwitz, at a party on Thursday, June 20, hosted by Mika...
After seven long years, Steve’s Garage corner is beginning a new life. Peter Carreiro, “the milkman” of Charlotte’s milk delivery firm Rise ‘n Shine, held an open house at the...
The longest day of the year is already behind us, but starting Friday, June 28, the day will start a little earlier at Mt. Philo State Park. Beginning that day,...
Ben Novak, an eight-year-old medal-winning basketball player, is confident in his skills on the court. “I threw it in the hoop!” he said with pride, then amended it with, “Well,...
In a show of neighborly goodwill, more than 60 people turned up at the Old Lantern to say farewell to Katie Palmer on May 31. A lively gathering from the...
The story is thrilling: a Polish man voluntarily goes to Auschwitz, and forms an underground resistance within the confines of the concentration camp, then makes a daring escape. On one...
Lynne BondRight around the corner from Charlotte, on Bostwick Road, tucked back from the main road, sits a quiet senior living community called Wake Robin. Retired University of Vermont psychology...
Music continues to emanate from the Charlotte Grange Hall on a regular basis thanks to Mike Walker and his colleague, Ted LeBlanc.  Open Mic evenings have been held monthly since...
I’ll start with the what and then give you the why.  On Sunday, June 23 at 10 a.m., Charlotte Congregational Church (CCC) will host Refugee Awareness Sunday....
It’s graduation season and I’ve got graduation on the brain. Pre-school. Nursery school. Middle school. High school. GED. Undergraduate. Graduate. Post graduate. Certificate. Continuing Ed. Basic Training. And many more....
On Sunday, May 5, Philo Ridge Farm hosted a family-friendly fundraiser for The Charlotte News. That is, not The Citizen, as Vince Crockenberg, president of the board, made clear.“We are...