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The Charlotte News just wrapped up the most successful fund drive in its history—and that’s because of you.   ...
“The Selectboard wishes to offer you an opportunity to voluntarily resign your employment under a separation agreement.” A separation agreement ends Zoning Administrator Daniel Morgan’s 18-month term with the Town...
The pineapple is commonly known as a sign of hospitality; last week, someone did a most unhospitable thing to the owner of the Inn at Charlotte....
A regular Monday morning turned into an extraordinary one this week for Willa and Eric Lampman. Thirty-five weeks and six days into her pregnancy with twins, Willa went into labor...
Change often comes with a new year. The Charlotte News will start 2021 with a new ad manager, Christy Hagios....
This nonprofit newspaper is filled every week with contributions from Charlotters—most of them volunteers—who write beautifully, who take gorgeous photos, who want to share what’s going on in their hearts...
In the last issue of each year, we thank all of the talented contributors to The Charlotte News. This year, we want to thank one in particular, who has a...
Heading into the close 2020, we’re reflecting on what an unprecedented and unpredictable year it has been. From the pandemic, to the election, to civil unrest and wildfires, the impacts...
The Charlotte News filed an Open Meeting Law violation complaint this week with the Charlotte Zoning Board of Adjustment, and plans to appeal for the full release of a batch...
The Community News Service gathered voter vignettes from across the state on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Here’s what they came across in Charlotte....
Charlotters cast their ballots early and enthusiastically this year—out of 3,317 total registered voters in town, 2,920 voted in this year’s November election. Town Clerk Mary Mead and Assistant Town...
The Charlotte News Publisher, Claudia Marshall, speaks with the Charlotte, Shelburne, Hinseburg Rotary members on October 27....
A conflict that crosses board boundaries in town has ignited planning and zoning, personnel, and public meeting conflicts. The issues center around an application considered two weeks ago by the...
The Vermont Secretary of State’s Office was in charge of mailing out absentee ballots to every active registered voter in the Town of Charlotte. They started the mailing on Sept....
Church Street’s Red Onion Café will relocate to Charlotte after 30 years of servicing downtown Burlington. In a press release last Thursday, owner Mickey West cited financial troubles brought on...
The Vermont Secretary of State’s office is mailing out absentee ballots to every active voter on our checklist as of Sept. 2. Those ballots were mailed out to Charlotte voters...
The fatal accident last week at the intersection of Route 7/Ethan Allen Highway and Church Hill Road is one of many in recent years. The stretch of roadway is the...
The Selectboard Monday night buried an issue that has been on the agenda several times over the summer. After months of conversation and contention, the Morningside Cemetery Association and their...
For the third time this year, Route 7 in Charlotte was closed for hours due to a motor vehicle accident. Vermont State Police said in a press release that two...
Charlotte Crossings is at odds with the Town of Charlotte yet again, as the Route 7 property owners say they were “unexpectedly” asked to stop hosting food trucks in their...