Posts filed under: Miscellaneous

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...
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...
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,...
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...
Two hundred years ago this Christmas Eve, the beloved Christmas carol “Silent Night” was sung for the first time in St. Nicholas Church in Oberndorf, Austria, a small village northwest...
All was calm, all was bright   We showed one another our treasures: wooden puzzles that we could rarely reassemble, hair ribbons, diminutive books of folk tales or jokes, wind-up...
So here we go again … right around the first of September, the Big Guy Upstairs hits the thermostat, and Presto! The nights get colder, and in the daytime we...
So I recently walked into the barn and counted the number of internal combustion engines thereby residing therein: eleven. How is this possible, you ask? Well, a man has certain...
So it’s been a year since I sold my last truck, a wonderful 30-year-old Silverado—it was a guaranteed extra 10 minutes at the gas pumps as folks weighed in on...
There is an old sugar maple outside our house with a lower branch that reaches out over the lawn. It is a perfect structure in many ways, stately and well-formed....
Charlotte heads the state in median wealth - UVM economics professor, Art Woolf wrote a column recently that appeared in the Burlington Free Press on December 20 in which he...
Ricin danger at Wake Robin is under control - The resident at Wake Robin, who manufactured the toxic drug ricin and tested it on at least three neighboring residents to...
Believe it or not it’s almost that time of year again. We are about to start our tenth annual Great Diaper Drive in support of COTS Kids. Last year we...
Charlotter-owned Vermont Works Management Company LLC, in partnership with Big Path Capital, hosted the first Vermont Investors Summit on Oct. 16 at the new Lake Champlain Community Sailing Center. ...
Crangold Kennels in Charlotte is owned by Kathleen and Daniel Kehoe. The two grew up in South Burlington and started married life owning a duplex home in Shelburne. After five...
Kerrie Pughe, Contributor Food for the mind as well as the body An anonymous gift of several hundred books to the Friends of the Charlotte Library for distribution by the...
Get to know your local screen printer. Evan Webster Ink, at 120 Graham Way in the Shelburne Green business park, is opening its doors to the public from 4:30 to...
Charlotters Nate Carr of Church Hill Landscapes and Steven Wisbaum of Eco-Equipment Supply have recently become part of the high-performance electric lawnmower revolution. “My new business was created to serve...
For immediate release The Campaign marks the sixth Vermont Small Business Offering on Milk Money’s Vermont-only platform, giving Vermonters the opportunity to discover and invest in local businesses. Milk Money...