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Signs urging voters to vote no on next week’s ballot items have gone missing from people’s lawns.Photo by Alex Bunten Stolen signs divert LUR amendment debate In a series of Front Porch Forum posts and emails to The Charlotte News, over a dozen Charlotters expressed their anger that the signs had been taken from their property and noted that removing them could be counterproductive. Continue Reading
Christine Cowart was living in New Jersey and skiing at Pico almost every weekend when she started seeing skiers with orange bibs. The bibs were worn by blind skiers and...
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In a series of Front Porch Forum posts and emails to The Charlotte News, over a dozen Charlotters expressed their anger that the signs had been taken from their property...
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Every two years in January a new legislature is sworn in and serves until a new legislature is sworn in two years later. During this time almost a thousand bills...
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For a pandemic-driven school year, sports crop up at odd times and in limited spaces – limited in terms of fans-in-the-stands and in terms of where competition occurs so as...
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Some of winter’s most active mammals are hiding in plain sight. Many are busy after dark and even those that move at twilight are good at staying out of sight....
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By the end of March, colleges will be notifying high school seniors of their acceptances, while college students will be registering for their fall 2021 classes. Having an academic road...
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The Spring Schedule 2021 covering March through May is an early insert in this edition. There is a lot to see – and you’ll probably want to have your calendar...
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Route 7 traffic was stopped in both directions Wednesday morning after a six-car crash in Charlotte south of State Park Road, .4 miles north of the Ferrisburgh town line. Roads...
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With more than 100 attendees, Tuesday’s Meet the Candidates Night Zoom event proved that even a snowstorm and the coronavirus can’t stop Charlotters from civic engagement. ...
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Towards the end of last year, I spent a couple of evenings sifting through records of the Charlotte Grange, pulling together photographs to map out how the Grange Hall has...
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A Saturday evening armed robbery at Spear’s Store in Charlotte ended without injury, but the perpetrator is still at large. Vermont State Police are currently investigating the incident....
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It’s the biggest topic of the year—you’ve read about it in the paper for months, you’ve been to the Planning Commission Meetings, seen the Front Porch Forum posts, and read...
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