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The bulk of the July 13 Selectboard meeting was taken up with two issues: one a highway access permit request dispute that just won’t die and the other that has...
The Charlotte Planning Commission will hold a public hearing via Zoom on Thursday, July 16 at 7:00 pm on a proposed repeal to a portion of the Town of Charlotte...
While other states have already rolled out plans for public school openings in the fall, Vermont is still trying to figure out what education will look like for students in...
Normally we’d just walk to our mailboxes every other Thursday and find the next edition of The Charlotte News. But for our July 23 edition, we’re going digital-only. The printed...
Wednesday morning brought the second accident in two weeks at the intersection of Ferry Road, Church Hill Road, and Route 7. On July 1 at approximately 4 a.m....
The Charlotte Library Board of Trustees and Staff are excited to announce the re-opening of the library building on Wednesday, July 15. This is Phase two of the five-phase re-opening...
On Friday, June 19, schools across the Champlain Valley School District raised Black Lives Matter flags. The school district said in an announcement, “We recognize that raising this flag is...
A June 23 vote to approve the Charlotte town budget, allocate $57,000 of tax money for the Town Link Trail, and to approve the amount of $0 for town donations...
Monday’s Selectboard meeting addressed multiple recent issues around town, including a residential application for a Highway Access Permit on Morningstar Drive, a recreation COVID-19 update, and discussion of an updated...
What white Americans refer to as a crisis, black Americans call business as usual. The murders of Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia and George Floyd in Minnesota...
Philo Ridge Farm, through the Frontline Foods Vermont program, donated and delivered lunch to the Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service (CVFRS) staff on Friday morning. CVFRS said they are...
“We need healing, and we need reconciliation, but first we need justice. We need justice for George Floyd and we need justice for all the people of color that lost...
As I look at the calendar and see that we have turned to another month, I realize that we are now into the fourth month of the COVID-19 journey....
The Charlotte Children’s Center has seen countless little ones over the years for summer childcare, year-round daycare, and for a small preschool program. Due to COVID-19 and the restrictions and...
What white Americans refer to as a crisis, black Americans call business as usual. The murders of Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia and George Floyd in Minnesota...
Great news! As I write this I am listening to Governor Scott’s address, and in Vermont it is still looking like our policies and actions are continuing to positively impact...
The advent of good weather, coupled with continuing stay-at-home restrictions, has unleashed cycling enthusiasts to get on their bikes and ride. Given the increasing number of cyclists on Charlotte’s roads,...
“Testing, contact tracing and isolation” is the new mantra for the COVID-19 age. Each is a critical part of the overall strategy to keep us safe as the economy opens...
The CVSD Board met on Tuesday, May 19, to continue conversations on the measurement of school indicators that had begun in February, prior to the pandemic. These indicators are measures...
Wearing a seatbelt is still the law, but this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting state of emergency declarations all across the country, the National Highway Traffic...