Because of allegations of sexual harassment charges against the architect Shelburne Museum had chosen to design its new building to house its collection of Native American art, the museum has severed its relationship with David Adjaye and his firm.
Girls on the Run Vermont needs coaches, New England Newspaper and Press Association has a scholarship offer, Green Mountain Power is launching two programs to connect income-qualified customers with solar energy and League of Women Voters of Vermont lecture series announced.
SCHIP announces grants to 11 local nonprofits and Junior League of Champlain Valley seeks to raise $10,000
Announcements for local organizations.
Computer tech support scammers are imposters that immediately gain trust by using well-known company names like Norton, Microsoft, or Apple, or by expressing a desire to help fix a daunting problem.
2020: the year of the home, when we were asked to stay in as part of a massive group effort to keep the coronavirus out. Our homes have come to mean more to us than ever before, and in the process, we’ve gotten to know them better.
Thanksgiving fun for kids includes dad jokes, a coloring page and a word jumble.
After months of planning, the Resilience Survey has launched, and Charlotte Community Partners wants to hear from each and every one of you. Why are we asking you to take the time to complete this? Because we do not want to simply hear from a few folks, we want to hear from all our residents. Unless you tell us what you think about our town and what you would like to see in our town, planning the future of our town becomes a guessing game. Are we prepared for the future? What do you think?
The Vermont Secretary of State’s office is mailing out absentee ballots to every active voter on our checklist as of Sept. 2. Those ballots were mailed out to Charlotte voters on Sept. 25, and they were mailed out to the address we had on record for you as of Sept. 2.
The autumn deadline for the Shelburne Charlotte Hinesburg Interfaith Projects grant applications is Thursday, Oct. 15. Since SCHIP began making grants, many nonprofits have used their awarded funds to continue their mission to improve the lives of our neighbors and strengthen our communities.
Wearing a seatbelt is still the law, but this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting state of emergency declarations all across the country, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration postponed the national two-week campaign but will have a modified version beginning next week.
As Vermonters we should be very proud of how we have traveled this new journey together, respecting the parameters and guidelines that Governor Scott has outlined for us, and now, because people have been diligent and considerate, we can now start to see our little world take some steps toward a new normal.
As we continue confronting the new health enemy, as Vermonters we need to stand tall and be proud that, as a state, we’ve done a pretty stellar job in staying safe and keeping each other safe by following the protocols outlined by Governor Scott.
The Family Division of the Superior Court handles several kinds of cases, including divorce, “parentage” and juvenile cases. Today, let’s discuss divorce cases.
As many are feeling at this time of the year, I came home from errands one night last week feeling unusually tired. However, because I had collected a significant amount of money from a group to be used for a gratitude gift, I immediately looked in my purse for the small cloth pouch where I had placed the money earlier in the day.
New funding and streamlined programs mean that for most Vermont households, $60 per month will pay for a comprehensive home weatherization project that will lower heating and cooling costs and make their homes more comfortable year-round. Moderate-income Vermonters who have long thought a comprehensive home weatherization project was too expensive for their budget now have reason to think again and take action.
Yesterday morning I took an early walk in Kyoto near our hotel. After 45 minutes serendipitously making decisions at crossroads and stopping occasionally to notice juxtapositions of traditional and contemporary forms, textures, shapes and symbols, I took a turn into a temple complex, which is not hard to do given that Kyoto has some 1600 temples! I
It’s the time of year when we feel renewal of energy, witness the rebirth of color through spring blooms and feel warmth in the air. Spring naturally inspires a desire to start anew, and there’s no better time to spruce up your home. There are many easy ways to refresh this season while not breaking the bank.
Whether rushed or relaxed, greeted by a gorgeous sunrise or a wicked cold wind, have a full slate of appointments or a day of leisure, we begin our day with some form of breakfast.
Two hundred years ago this Christmas Eve, the beloved Christmas carol “Silent Night” was sung for the first time…