Posts filed under: People and Places

Sarah Crum has been appointed director of learning and innovation for the Champlain Valley School District (CVSD)....
Like many kids, Ginny Joyner was introduced to watercolors at a very young age, but unlike most, she loved making art enough to make a career of it....
Appropriation to turn ‘Big Barn’ into performing, visual arts facility...
The town of Charlotte suffered a big loss on Wednesday, March 23, with the death of Edd Merritt. But for The Charlotte News this was a huge loss....
Former editors share their memories of Edd during their time at The Charlotte News....
Jessica Lahey was a teacher for two decades, but writing was her first love. Now, The New York Times bestselling author has the best of both worlds, as a writer...
The 1.5-mile-long peninsula now known as Thompson’s Point is a valuable town-owned asset, but it has not always been so....
With berry season around the corner, the work of Adam’s Berry Farm extends past the harvest season and through these winter months....
Nine years ago, Gregory Smith started organizing pickleball games in Charlotte....
On Tuesday afternoon, March 15, President Joe Biden signed the $1.5 trillion 2022 Omnibus Appropriations bill, which funds the federal government for the rest of this fiscal year....
It took seven years but Brian Just is happy to say that his house at Ten Stones doesn’t need a CO2 detector....
A town-wide discussion about whether Charlotte needs a community center and what this center might include continues to pick up steam....
Looking ahead to this year’s sugaring season, Pat Leclaire, 66, invested in a new steam pan for his sugarhouse on Lime Kiln Road. The lifelong Charlotter was excited about its...
Susan Blood is a long-time recreational swimmer, but, like most Vermonters, when October rolled around she would put away her bathing suit. That is no longer the case....
Vera Simon-Nobes’ sewing career started inauspiciously with her mother’s sewing machine. “I made some clothing when I was growing up, primarily unsuccessfully,” she said....
Charlotte Grange: honoring Charlotte’s agricultural roots and helping to build a resilient future for all...
Thursday, December 30, 12:58 p.m.: Immediate Mandatory Evacuation of the town of Superior, all 13,000 residents. No warning....
Ted and Anne Castle are proud to say that Rhino Foods was behaving like a B Corporation before that title existed....
Evergreen Family Health Partners is announcing consolidation of three of their four offices into one central location that will reduce costs, increase efficiency, and stabilize the practice for the long-term....
The Charlotte Energy Committee has created the Charlotte Energy Shelf to connect low-to-moderate income Charlotters with no-cost weatherization materials...