Sometime last week, we noticed folks switching from the question, “How is your summer going?” to “How was your summer?”
Maybe it’s just me, but summer in Vermont is beyond compare. And summer in Charlotte just takes the cake.
There’s a well-worn saying comparing the making of laws to the making of sausages. The point being … you really don’t want to see how either one is made. The word “grizzly” comes to mind.
Late last year, the Charlotte selectboard voted to establish a development review board.
I’m sitting in a meeting or hearing a talk about something I’m really invested in. Without noticing I’ve moved forward, an unconscious attempt to lean in, to hear better. I’m literally on the edge of my seat.
If you didn’t notice anything odd about this headline, this story is probably not for you.
The Charlotte News held a gathering for writers who are regular contributors to the newspaper at the Senior Center last week.
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.
If the prose within this edition seems more linear and coherent, it may be in part due to the loss of “The Charlotte News’” long-time columnist Edward (Edd) Merritt, who rode off into the proverbial sunset in March at the age of 79, after a long chronic illness.
I’ve always assumed that everyone’s dream job was to be a coach or an editor of a community newspaper.
Former network news correspondent Claudia Marshall has rejoined the board of directors of The Charlotte News after stepping down as publisher and president in March last year.
On behalf of the board of directors of The Charlotte News, I am pleased to announce that Scooter MacMillan has joined the paper as our editor.
I am pleased to announce that Bill Regan has been appointed to a four-year term on the paper’s board of directors.
We live in a generous town.
Back in the summer, Lucie Lehmann reached out to The News with a kind offer to report on Charlotte’s farms. We enthusiastically said “yes” and asked Lucie also to keep an eye on developments at Nordic Farms.
The Charlotte News would like to thank everyone listed.
Two weeks ago, Anna Cyr, our managing editor, and I sent a request to several Charlotte residents asking the question, “What sort of paper should The Charlotte News be?” We’re publishing the responses that we received.
This was a tough year for The Charlotte News. We lost two editors and several board members for a variety of reasons.
At The Charlotte News, we believe that the most important news stories leave a lasting impact and can also elevate local issues to a regional platform.