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Last week, Dr. Tim Lahey, Charlotte resident and University of Vermont Medical Center epidemiologist and director of the hospital’s ethics program, gave a widely viewed (over 100,000 people) live Facebook...
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...
Following is a letter from the Champlain Valley School District. In addition to the broad communication from the district office, Charlotte Central School Co-Principal Jen Roth said in an email,...
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,...
The deal for a new restaurant in the almost-completed Charlotte Crossing building fell through in September, but hopes for a sit-down eatery in town are not completely dashed. The commercial...
Charlotte Central School’s resident mythical figure, Pumpkin Man, has been the center of controversy in town lately, as school principals Stephanie Sumner and Jen Roth recently announced that after this...
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...
Two vehicle thefts in Charlotte over the past week have Vermont State Police looking for more information from the public. One car was stolen from a driveway, and another was...
Vermont State Police say a Rutland woman’s car was struck in a hit and run accident in Charlotte on Route 7 near Root Rd. According to a press release, the...
The Juul nicotine vaporizer seems innocuous enough: It looks like a USB thumb drive, it’s small enough to hide in your hand, and when a user blows the vaporized nicotine...
A spate of thefts and break-ins occurred in Charlotte this past weekend. According to Vermont State Police, the office of Treeworks on Hinesburg Road and two cars at the Charlotte...
The new fence bordering the West Burying Ground on Greenbush Road, also known as the Barber Hill Cemetery, lasted for a lot less time than some of the centuries-old gravestones...
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,...
Bishop Christopher Coyne, who leads the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington, last week released the names of 40 priests who “had credible allegations of sexual abuse filed against them by...
Almost two years after the last incident of vandalism at the Charlotte Town Beach, property was destroyed again....
Photo by Julian KulskiA massive oak tree on the Roberts Way trail in the Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge fell in late July after thunderstorms swept the area. ...
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...
CBD is all the rage these days—you can’t swing a hoe in the grocery store without hitting ice cream, pet treats or body lotion with cannabidiol oil in it. All...
Vermont State Police confirmed Tuesday night that several homes were broken into in Charlotte that morning. According to a press release from VSP, residential burglaries were reported on Roscoe Road,...