The Charlotte Congregational Church held a Stuff the Truck event on Saturday, Aug. 19
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Peter Brady’s first trip to Africa was in 2007 to see his daughter who was in Kenya at the time. Little did he know that he and his wife Colleen would be making annual trips to the continent for years to come.
Because of allegations of sexual harassment charges against the architect Shelburne Museum had chosen to design its new building to house its collection of Native American art, the museum has severed its relationship with David Adjaye and his firm.
Photos from Charlotte: Juneteenth, Ash Tree-tment and a local Tree Hugger
Some years ago, when I was a member of the town’s energy committee, I accepted an invitation from the selectboard for pizza and refreshments at town hall.
When Alejandra Perez arrived from Mexico in Vermont 14 years ago, she found it difficult to engage with her new community.
Memorial Day in Grandview Cemetery
Christy Feiker came home from a business trip to North Carolina with tales of a flower farm she had seen there.
They came from all over the United States and were going to live in a foreign country for two years where most of them didn’t speak any of its languages.
It’s not unusual for a musician to collaborate with other musicians on projects, but Damon Ferrante casts a much wider net for the partnerships he forms through his business, Steeplechase Arts.
Green Drinks Night at Backyard Bistro and Junapr named to, best workplaces list
About 50-70 people were standing around talking in the comfortably chill evening air at the top of Mount Philo on Friday, May 5, about the Hillclimber race that weekend.
Although the Shelburne Museum has been focused on a new building to house Native American art for four years,…
Smith may live in Los Angeles and work for the Los Angeles Times, but she grew up in Charlotte and considers it her hometown.
Kathy Luce has a passion for helping others find affordable housing. She does it for a living as vice president and board member of Maloney Properties, a Boston-based company, and as a director of the board of the Champlain Housing Trust.
The group pushing Charlotte to switch to a town manager form of municipal government has put its petition on hold for the time being.
A visionary Charlotte farming venture that has drawn attention as a way Vermont might rehab agriculture off the bench and back into the economy’s starting lineup has come to a critical juncture.
Local organization announce upcoming events.
After many months of being closed to public events due to not only COVID precautions but also some needed building repairs.