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18 responders helped evacuate a 70-year-old woman who fell and injured her leg hiking on Mt. Philo....
An outcry over his vote on Proposal 5 has caused Rep. Mike Yantachka to reverse his position on the proposed state constitutional amendment and, at least in part, motivated another...
Champlain Valley Union High students arrived at school to find members of the Hinesburg Police Department on duty after a shooting threat....
Charlotte resident votes against community center study 11:55 a.m. Charlotte Town Hall was busy and moving on town meeting day, as this cold and cloudy Tuesday didn’t keep voters away...
In the late afternoon of Tuesday’s Town Meeting Day voting, outside the Charlotte Town Hall was seeing a good bit of action with leaving and arriving cars having to dosey...
The Selectboard met on December 23 to discuss possible actions to be taken in response to the fire and destruction of the Lewis garage and equipment on December 22....
Town officials go silent in response to questions about town policies...
Resignation letter states Planning Commission should “focus solely on Planning”...
After multiple emails and phone calls by Charlotte News editor Mara Brooks and Investigative Reporter Shaw Israel Izikson, Selectboard Chair Matthew Krasnow answered questions about business conducted at the board’s...
At the regular Selectboard meeting on Monday, Sept. 27, Chair Matt Krasnow announced that he would be resigning as chair but will remain on the board as a member....
Citing rising costs, Evergreen Family Health gives up on Charlotte—for now...
Zoning Administrator Wendy Pelletier has put Charlotte’s Crossing eatery Backyard Bistro on notice....
The Vermont State Police identified the victim found dead in the waters of Lake Champlain last Friday as Katherine Curley, 74, of Evergreen, Colorado....
The Vermont State Police is investigating the death of a woman whose body was found Friday, Sept. 17, 2021, in Lake Champlain in Charlotte....
On the heels of multiple appeals, health center plans are scrapped...
A group of 20 petitioners opposing Emerald Green Properties’ Charlotte Family Health Center filed a Statement of Questions with the Chittenden County Superior Court on September 2....
Neighbors of the proposed Vermont Commons School Outdoor Education Center have raised concerns that, absent zoning restrictions imposed by the town, the South Burlington school will transform their quiet, pastoral...
The Selectboard approved a traffic and speed calming study in the east and west villages to be conducted by the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission. The study, which was voted...
In a unanimous vote, the Planning Commission conditionally approved the final site plan submitted by the Vermont Commons School to build an outdoor education center at 2369 Spear Street, but...
Vermont State Police were notified Tuesday of stolen property removed from Mount Philo State Park in Charlotte. A wooden informational kiosk constructed by volunteers was cut at the base of...