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Did a pandemic year mean more or less litter? On the one hand, curbside collection for take-out, extra packing for health and safety, and compulsion to drink away pandemic sorrow could have meant the gullies along Spear Street would have been overflowing with plastic, paper and beer cans. Continue Reading
In 2000, Larry Hamilton, Charlotte’s tree warden, began the project of planting memorial and specially dedicated trees in Charlotte’s parks and rights of way....
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The Charlotte Planning Commission was fortunate to have Marty Illick as a member for nearly a decade....
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Are you in the market for a new or used automobile? Are you concerned about climate change and want to reduce your fossil fuel consumption? Have you been thinking about...
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Jen Novak first started thinking about opening a home design and décor store last February, but when the pandemic hit, she put her plans on hold. With things looking up,...
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What’s next just a Stone’s Throw away and Congratulations and Sympathies to Charlotters. ...
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Widge Currier had just pulled up at his family’s camp at the tip of Thompson’s Point Sunday afternoon, focused on the annual ritual of opening the expansive 1800s camp for...
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The Library and the Grange are excited to announce a series of free outdoor music and farm events this summer....
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As we continue to practice social distancing to avoid the coronavirus, I think daily how grateful I am to be living in Vermont, and in Charlotte in particular, where most...
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The April 27 CVSD Board meeting focused on the plan for the “restoration” of the school system after a year of pandemic operations. Jeff Evans, Director of Learning and Innovation,...
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Another season is almost upon us: CSC’s Summer Schedule will be inserted in the next issue of The Charlotte News....
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Do we see our planet as a living being unto itself with its own arteries and veins that, instead of carrying blood, are waterways that feed parts of our earth’s...
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This morning my husband and I were remembering winter, how we waited and worried for something to change, to improve during the long months of Covid isolation....
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