Posts filed under: Local History

With this issue of The Charlotte News, the yearlong countdown begins for the 60th anniversary of its initial publication on July 18, 1958. They say it takes a village to...
Editor’s note: This new column features the memories of those who remember a different place in time. The world is changing rapidly. As we all scramble to keep up, it’s...
Memorial Day began as Decoration Day in the months and years following the Civil War. There were few hearths and hearthstones spared from suffering and sacrifice, and people were moved...
An event honoring Vermont’s Civil War history took place at Barnes and Noble Booksellers in South Burlington on April 1. A portion of the day’s sales supported the restoration of...
The University of Vermont and the University of Wisconsin partner with the Clemmons Family Farm The University of Vermont and the University of Wisconsin are  partnering with the Clemmons Family...
Molly King works to preserve Charlotte family history Why would a woman who lives in Colchester spend most of her days in Charlotte? Enquiring minds wanted to know, so The...
The Shelburne Historical Society will offer a presentation on the Shelburne Steamboat Graveyard at 11:00 a.m. at Shelburne Town Hall on Feb. 11. This is sure to be of interest...
Historic Charlotte home undergoes massive restoration While most of us view extreme home renovations only via cable television, Charlotters are experiencing first-hand the resuscitation of a dilapidated, timeworn home in...