Posts filed under: People and Places

When local physical therapist Kristi Johnson realized that a cyclist participating in the 16th Annual Kelly Brush Ride needed help, she didn’t hesitate to assist. Johnson, who practices at PT...
Growing up in New Jersey, Caroline Patten spent as much time as she could on the water. These days, she is spending more time in the mountains, and the combination...
Widening the focus to neighboring towns, let’s explore the wealth of options in Shelburne and Hinesburg....
There were murmurings and greetings among friends and acquaintances as we gathered on Saturday morning, August 14, in the Breeding Barn at Shelburne Farms for the memorial for Marty Illick...
New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd took former president Barack Obama to task for lavish parties at his new house in the posh section of Martha’s Vineyard, the island off...
It’s hard to summarize Zach Pollakoff’s life because he is involved in so many creative endeavors. Borrowing from an artist he works with named Ross Simonini, Pollakoff refers to himself...
Shelburne Museum teams up with Encore Renewable Energy and Bee The Change to develop two pollinator friendly solar projects...
Settlement Agreement Imminent in Spear, Tenney Dispute and Trouble may be brewing for Vermont Commons project ...
The Hagios family had a successful blackberry season this year...
There are times when Charlotte Zoning Administrator Wendy Pelletier could easily sit at the other side of the table, providing input to a developer on engine specifications, but that’s no...
At first glance, last Saturday’s July 31 activity at the Charlotte Beach appeared understated. The annual town Beach Party was minutes away from starting and anticipation was building....
The Bristol Community Solar Co-op is coming to fruition with a little added benefit to support Clemmons Family Farm....
Pizza on Earth, the pioneering establishment that brought artisanal wood fired pizza to Vermont, served its last made-to-order creations on July 23....
Tim Wall has found a balance in his life with one foot in the slow lane of his Three Chimney Farm and the other in the fast-paced investment world with...
Cyrus Prindle was born in Charlotte on May 6, 1838, son of George and Louisa (Harris) Prindle. His father died on Cyrus’s fifth birthday May 6, 1843, aged 34 years....
In the months preceding the arrival of Covid, the Charlotte Energy Committee and Sustainable Charlotte (formerly Transition Charlotte) joined forces with the WindowDressers organization of Maine to make and install...
A Bristol man was killed in a single vehicle crash on Route 7 in Charlotte early Saturday morning....
It’s been roughly a century since Christy Hagios’ great-grandparents began picking blackberries at their house in Charlotte. “I’ve been picking berries there since I was a little girl,” she said....
As authorized ministers in the United Church of Christ we were alarmed and saddened to learn of the Vermont Human Rights Commission’s recent determination...
Perched on a hill off Route 7 in Charlotte sits Sweet Roots Farm & Market, the former Charlotte Berry Farm, operated by Jane and Dan MacLean....