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Photo caption: In a true mom move, putting safety first, the mother snapper laid her eggs on her home turf without crossing the road this year.Photo by Elizabeth Bassett Good news in the outdoors The Long Trail. Photo from the Green Mountain Club. By Elizabeth Bassett There’s no shortage of distressing news these days. Let’s take a break from it all for a few paragraphs and savor some positive news. Bats are back While Continue Reading Together…moving forward in July By Trina Bianchi As I watch the number of coronavirus cases rise dramatically in other parts of our country, I continue to be grateful that in Vermont, Governor Scott and his team have been proactive and diligent and that we, as Continue Reading The Charlotte News Digital Edition Let’s go digital The Charlotte News Digital Edition By John Quinney, News Board of Directors 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 Continue Reading CVSD and VT NEA racing the clock By Chea Waters Evans, News editor 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 light of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue Reading John and Alison Moses DJed at the Melody Lounge in Los Angeles in days gone by. Photo by Kimberly Boden Music from (and for) falling in love John and Alison Moses DJed at the Melody Lounge in Los Angeles in days gone by. Photo by Kimberly Boden. By John Moses Greetings from Los Angeles. Admittedly, it’s been a while—perhaps too long—although I hope you’ll forgive Continue Reading Nikolai Pughe doesn’t come from a family of farmers, but the desire to work on a farm is in his blood. Courtesy photo Nikolai Pughe: Loving the outdoor life Nikolai Pughe By Phyl Newbeck COVID-19 has put a few speed bumps in Nikolai Pughe’s life, but the 18-year-old doesn’t let it get him down. The Vermont Land Trust just recognized him as one of Vermont’s nine high Continue Reading
Are you wondering what your neighbors are thinking about? So is Jim Squires, so he went around town asking people what they think; he’ll do this regularly for the paper...
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By Trina Bianchi As I watch the number of coronavirus cases rise dramatically in other parts of our country, I continue to be grateful that in Vermont, Governor Scott and...
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On Friday evening, June 26, the leadership of the Charlotte Shelburne Hinesburg Rotary was passed to the hands of new President Christopher Davis of Charlotte. He is succeeding Keith Walsh...
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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....
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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Even though Governor Scott and his team continue to move us forward through the COVID-19 piece, slowly, one step at a time, life still remains very uncertain and incredibly stressful...
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With an indoor venue off the table and a global pandemic touching even the farthest corners of Vermont, Champlain Valley Union High School’s Class of 2020 had a graduation that...
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he 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 2 of the five-phase re-opening...
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Every Mothers’ Day weekend for the last 12 years, Britney Sue Aube has been a fixture at Baptist Corners, selling hanging baskets from a wagon for her namesake business: BritSue’s...
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