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The word “last” has a lot of definitions; in our April 23 email newsletter, it appeared in the first sentence of the first article, referencing a previous issue of the...
We’re pleased to announce that Ben Miller and Bailey Grattelo have been elected to the Board of Directors of The Charlotte News, replacing retired members Lane Morrison and Dave Quickel....
Our journalists are working harder than ever to inform the community about COVID-19 and the resources available to help us all get through these perilous times....
At a time when 2,000 U.S. newspapers have either laid off staff—including just in recent days Seven Days and VTDigger—or closed shop altogether, The Charlotte News is also struggling. As...
The great thing about a local newspaper in a town like Charlotte is that everyone can contribute; in this weird time of physical disconnection, we’re hoping that The Charlotte News...
The coronavirus is now confirmed in Shelburne, and here in Charlotte the Senior Center, the library and the school are closed, possibly for months. And the worst impacts of the...
The board of directors was significantly reshaped this year. Rick Detwiler, Patrice Machavern and Louisa Schibli (see below) left the board, and John Quinney, Lane Morrison, Ted LeBlanc, Claudia Marshall,...
Jack Fairweather, journalist and board member of The Charlotte News, takes on his toughest assignment yet as the mentor for the News’ Journalism Club, working with cub reporters on hard-hitting...
Claudia Marshall is the newest member of the Charlotte News Board of Directors. Originally from Detroit, Claudia has lived all over the country, settling in Vermont with her husband in...
The Charlotte News wants your help reporting on our wonderful community. We're looking for a dozen junior reporters to join our newsroom once a week for an afternoon of investigating,...
In our readers survey last year, you asked for more coverage of local news in the paper. As the headlines above show, we heard you. We’re continuing to enhance our...
Do you get excited over a municipal government meeting? Are you nosy about what’s going on with your neighbors? Do you like to write? Are you interested in what happens...
On Sunday, May 5, Philo Ridge Farm hosted a family-friendly fundraiser for The Charlotte News. That is, not The Citizen, as Vince Crockenberg, president of the board, made clear.“We are...
The May 2 issue of the paper was Melissa O’Brien’s last as the news editor of the paper; she is, however, staying on as a freelance writer until after her...
What a wonderful evening at Philo Ridge Farm on May 5—sunny day, big crowd, great music and a spectacular venue. All of us here at The Charlotte News would like...
The News welcomes Sevi Burget-Foster to the team. Sevi, a Charlotter, is a student at Vermont Commons School. She will be interning with The News for the next five weeks...
The Charlotte News and Philo Ridge Farm invite you to join us in a family-friendly community gathering on Sunday, May 5, from 4 to 7 p.m. with local music, delicious...
We have added three new members to the Board of Directors of The News—Lane Morrison, John Quinney and Ted Le Blanc—and, alas, said good-bye to two, Patrice Machavern and Louise...
The News welcomes your submissions. We are a paper for Charlotters by Charlotters! Email Chea Waters Evans  today! She would love to hear from you.  The Charlotte News publication dates are...
In 2004, Dave founded Stony Loam Farm in East Charlotte. On 32 acres of certified organic land, Dave raises a variety of vegetables that he sells throughout Chittenden County to...