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Jim Fox and Christa Duthie-Fox: A happy ending from paying it forward It’s not a stretch to say that the National Kidney Registry may have saved Jim Fox’s life. Continue Reading
This fun and energetic group of young ladies from Troop 30066 will be out and about selling Girl Scout Cookies throughout the month of January....
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Charlotte Grange: Our Values and Vision - Welcome to our new monthly column.  We hope you will enjoy learning more about the Charlotte Grange and how it is building on...
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The Selectboard met on December 23 to discuss possible actions to be taken in response to the fire and destruction of the Lewis garage and equipment on December 22....
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Back in the summer, Lucie Lehmann reached out to The News with a kind offer to report on Charlotte’s farms. We enthusiastically said “yes” and asked Lucie also to keep...
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As I write this, Chittenden County is settling into winter, last night’s rain notwithstanding. As December progresses you might start to hear the buzzing of chainsaws and the thrum of...
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In Charlotte’s Town Farm Bay, another non-native invasive species is spreading.  Flowering rush is an emerging threat to Lake Champlain wetlands and floodplain forests of Champlain direct drainage streams....
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One of the most ambitious endeavors in Vermont agriculture, the redevelopment of the iconic Nordic Farms on Route 7 in Charlotte, took several defining steps forward this week....
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I'm thinking about COVID-19 testing today. As Delta continues its spread and Omicron advances, it's become clear...
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Stuart Robinson of Charlotte has built and donated a “little free library” for East Charlotte....
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Selectboard passed a masking regulation for Charlotte’s town buildings...
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The Charlotte News would like to thank everyone listed....
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Winter classes are in full swing at the Senior Center....
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