Posts filed under: People and Places

Ten-year-old Franklin Donegan got his first deer this season. ...
My parents weren’t shopping types. Food and necessities was one thing, but walking in and out of stores for fun with no particular goal in mind was not on their...
Nancy Winship Milliken is making up for lost time. After graduating from UVM in the 1980s, she worked in the health care field. But at the age of 46 she...
We hope you have enjoyed watching the library’s new gardens come to life this spring and summer and stay interesting even as they begin to shut down for the winter....
The Charlotte Hand-Me-Downs project builds on the long-standing tradition of winter clothing provision by the Charlotte Food Shelf. ...
This is a first in a series of articles by Peter Demick, who is in the process of refurbishing an old barn...
Charlotte Girl Scout Troop 30066 held their annual bridging ceremony on Monday, November 15....
The name Lee Krohn is not unknown to readers of The Charlotte News since his photos often grace our pages. ...
 A Dawn Redwood tree commemorates Patrick McKee’s service to the community ...
The Charlotte News was saddened to hear the passing of our longtime contributor and artist, Charlie Lotz....
Charlotte Girl Scout Troop 30066 have spent our last few troop meetings learning all about apples as we worked on the requirements to earn our Apple Appreciation Patch....
I grew up loving small trees that I could climb. Apples trees and a large, old magnolia tree that grew on my parents’ property were my favorites. On this land...
Every year, the Snelling Center for Government offers professional development to school administrators through the Vermont School Leadership Project. This year, Charlotte Central School’s middle school co-principal Jen Roth is...
In farming particularly, succession matters. Large pieces of land need to be worked to generate income, labor is critical, and the capital investment required to operate a farm is significant—a...
Charlotte Trails provide the key to non-motorized transportation and recreation in our town. The trails keep Charlotte connected and offer townspeople a safe, off-road way to stay active and move...
Our Oct. 26 board meeting was the last one for Vince Crockenberg. He served on our board for eight and a half years, including several years as president and publisher....
An outsider looking at Jan Cannon’s career might see several distinct segments, but Cannon believes there is a thread that ties them all together....
As tractors thundered up from the Nichols farm Sunday, October 10, spectators along the parade route greeted the machinery with applause and whoops of joy....
The turnout was remarkable on a drizzly day in the low 50s to celebrate the newly installed solar system at the CCS compost shed....
Matt Bonoma’s wife, Maggie, grew up in Vermont and he grew up in Massachusetts. “She wanted to raise our kids here and she worked on me for 15 years,” Bonoma...