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Memorial Day remembrance ceremony on Town Green Memorial Day is a federal holiday which calls us to remember those men and women who died while in U.S. military service at home and abroad during times of armed conflict and war. Continue Reading
The last couple of weeks of a legislative session are marked by a frenzy of movement as bills pass back and forth between the House and Senate with proposals of...
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Summer Driver’s Education Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays June 7-July 13 The Charlotte Recreation Department will be offering a driver’s education program this summer by the 802 Driving school. The six-week...
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Ten years is a long time. Especially when you are young, it’s just about incomprehensible....
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Condolences to the families of Eric Bown, Frances Bradley and John Kern...
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For Jessie Bradley, joining the Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge Oversight Committee was a logical choice....
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Rihanna is famous for her catchy song, “Work,” where the word is repeated six times in the first sentence. Growing up in Barbados, she sold clothes on a city street...
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If you didn’t notice anything odd about this headline, this story is probably not for you....
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This year, the Charlotte Central School PTO has sponsored many special events and helped fund many projects and endeavors in our classrooms, including...
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Find events in and around Charlotte. May 18 through June 22....
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When hiking in Vermont's woods, have you ever been wowed by a larger than average tree? Or perhaps you have a mammoth specimen growing in your own backyard?...
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An anonymous donor’s commitment of $25,000 per year for three years is among major gifts to the Rokeby Museum that the organization hopes will spark its continued growth....
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It was a warm and clear day of open blue skies and a slight breeze on Saturday, May 7 — Vermont’s Green-Up Day....
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