Posts filed under: People and Places

In honor of Black History Month, the Clemmons Family Farm is releasing “Two Bessies on Two Wheels,” an African-American history curriculum for grades K-5. The curriculum is available online as...
Last May composer-pianist David Feurzeig embarked on Play Every Town: 252 free concerts in each of Vermont’s 252 towns to combat climate change through the power of community and music....
Moving through the Vestry building at the Charlotte Congregational Church required a good bit of do-si-doing....
Lydia Clemmons believes she was the last of her five siblings anyone would have expected to take over the role of running her parents’ farm....
Last month we lost another child Holocaust survivor, Erika Hecht, as that generation finds its final resting place....
Janssen-Heininger and group from Charlotte taking giant steps in treatment of cancer....
Condolences Pamela D. Volk Gentle into that good night she did not go. Our mother, Pamela Dow Volk, left this world a little better on Dec. 22, 2022, after several...
Tom Scatchard built his own house for just over $5,000 without an engineering or architectural background and designed two golf courses without having previously golfed....
On the morning of Jan. 5, I gaveled-in the Vermont Senate one last time....
It’s not always an easy transition when you take the helm of your family’s business, but Eric Lampman made that move when he took the reins from his father in...
’Tis the season of giving back, and a Charlotte artist, Alexandra Lehmann, has once again used her talents to create something beautiful and jolly — this time, a whimsical winter...
December is a month for taking stock of what we appreciate and how to support the people and organizations we care about...
Who decides the future of a town? According to Vermont’s Orton Family Foundation, it should be everyone who lives there....
Stony Loam Farm is more than just an agricultural endeavor. Owner Dave Quickel’s mission statement includes building community and providing education about local, sustainable agriculture. Since 2002, Quickel has been...
Just after Halloween, the Charlotte Selectboard got a belated trick-or-treat....
Announcements for local organizations....
Cameron “Cami” Davis has always painted but her art has evolved over the years....
Running unopposed, Chea Waters Evans was confirmed as the next representative to the Chittenden-5 House district in Tuesday’s voting....
Fun was had by kids and adults for Halloween night on Greenbush Road....
While many people might shudder at the stress of working in emergency medicine, Dr. Matthew Siket thrives in it....