There’s a bit of an age gap between Lori York’s two careers but it’s not about her age.
While the annoying wail of conventional lawn mowers has long been associated with summer, that sound is thankfully becoming less common with the growing popularity of battery electric lawn equipment.
On Saturday, a day after St. Patrick’s Day, people gathered in the Shelburne Town Hall for an Irish-themed, all-you-can eat pie event.
Get your broken stuff ready. The next Repair Café will be Saturday, April 15, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Charlotte Congregational Church.
Margaret Woodruff and the transformation of the Charlotte Library
Tony Blake stresses that the people he skis with through Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports are not considered clients or customers.
Spring is around the corner, and the Charlotte Grange and Charlotte Food Shelf are gearing up for another season of partnership in the Charlotte Hand-Me-Downs clothing drive.
Many people don’t consider themselves old enough to attend programming at a senior center.
Welcome to our new Advertising Manager and Board Member
Charlotte poet Bethany Breitland keeps close the wisdom an old mentor once gave her: Don’t be a tyrant to your writings — you can’t control them like you were controlled.
A lot has changed since Nicole Conley was hired by the town of Charlotte in June of 2014 including her title and her hours.
Area events and classes for all ages.
If any heffalulmps were to be found in the 100-Acre Wood, quietly peering from behind budding crabapple trees, visitors to the 2023 Vermont Flower Show might have caught a glimpse.
Dennis Delaney says he’s not that religious. However, if it’s true that “The one who sings prays twice,” as St. Augustine is supposed to have said, then Delaney sure has prayed a lot since retiring.
In the late 1990s, René Kaczka-Vallière applied for a job at Boston Common Frog Pond ice rink where he used to skate. Initially, he worked as a skate guard, but his duties expanded to include handing out rental skates and sharpening them.
Wake Robin, a home to about 400 older adults off Bostwick Road just north of Charlotte, has named Meagan Buckley of Richmond as president and CEO.
When Patrick Slater started making wooden toys, his hope was that baby boomers would buy them for their grandchildren….
The Lake Champlain Basin Program recently awarded an education grant to the University of Vermont Lake Champlain Sea Grant program to create the Watershed Alliance Teacher and Researcher Partnership.
It takes time, energy and food for a seed to sprout, and it looks like one has germinated in Charlotte.
In honor of Black History Month, the Clemmons Family Farm is releasing “Two Bessies on Two Wheels,” an African-American…