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With a $3,000 dollar reward on the table and tips to the police generating from Facebok and Craigslist, Vermont State Police continue their search for information relating to the theft...
When Susan Cooke Kittredge, associate pastor at the Charlotte Congregational Church, sat down one week in February to write her sermon for that Sunday’s service, she didn’t anticipate the trouble...
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...
A special meeting for public input about the Selectboard’s bid acceptance process brought more than sixty community members to the Charlotte Town Hall for ninety minutes on Wednesday. The May...
Buds sprout on trees, and Charlotters complain about speeding in town. The leaves fall, and Charlotters gripe about speeding on the back roads. Snowflakes drift gently to the ground, and...
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...
What started as a routine request for proposals to remove some ash trees along Lake Road has become a controversy surrounding the Charlotte Selectboard. After receiving five bids to remove...
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...
A team of 6th grade problem-solvers competed—and won first place—at the Vermont State Destination Imagination competition in Burlington on March 23. They also received a special award for teamwork and...
Vegarandhura Tariyal.Charlotte sixth grader Vega Tariyal said that for his final question at the Vermont state finals competition of the National Geographic GeoBee, his nervousness ranked a three out of...
Early on the morning of March 25, Charlotte Fire and Rescue was alerted by a Charlotte firefighter of a building on fire in the area of Spear Street.  Charlotte Fire...
Town meeting 2019 will be on Tuesday, March 5, at the Charlotte Central School Multi-Purpose Room. ...
At its Jan. 14 meeting, the Selectboard voted unanimously to include the bond for the library expansion as an item on the Town Meeting Day Australian ballot. This will give...
When Debbie Kassabian and her husband, Michael Dunbar, first moved to Charlotte, Kassabian said they woke up in the morning and said, “Let’s go out to breakfast,” and there wasn’t...
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...
Imagine one sleepy Saturday morning, you shuffle to the kitchen and turn on the faucet and the familiar sound of tap water is eerily absent. “I turned on the water...