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(L to R) Toni Sunderland, Linda Hamilton, Rick Junge, Alison Williams, Deirdre Holmes, Elizabeth Harding, Leslie Carew, Karen Tuininga and Carol Geske add four American hazelnut trees to the north end of the Library garden Nov. 3. Thank you to The Charlotte News for generously donating these trees! Photo contributed Library gardens update We hope you have enjoyed watching the library’s new gardens come to life this spring and summer and stay interesting even as they begin to shut down for the winter. Continue Reading
Today, as it turns out, was a good day to read. Rainy, blustery, cold—perfect November weather. Perfect, as long as you didn’t have to be outside, which (happily) was the...
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Thank you, Susan Susan Sim has stepped down from our fundraising committee, and we want to thank her for her selfless commitment to the paper over the years. In 2013,...
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The name Lee Krohn is not unknown to readers of The Charlotte News since his photos often grace our pages. ...
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Programs feature Ski and Ride, Basketball and Safe Sitter course....
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Sympathy: is extended to family and friends of Theodore Braun, Jr., M.D. of Shelburne and Lindsay Mae Sheehan...
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The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) is hosting a webinar to provide more details about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding opportunities available through the Agency.  The webinar is designed to help homeowners replace failed drinking...
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During a Board of School Directors meeting on Oct. 19, Charlotte resident Mary Golek read into the record an email on behalf of The Charlotte Community DEI Committee....
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 A Dawn Redwood tree commemorates Patrick McKee’s service to the community ...
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A group of five parents voiced concerns over aspects of the school district’s COVID-19 protocols at the Champlain Valley School District’s Board of School Districts’ regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov....
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