Posts tagged with: Charlotte VT

For almost four hours, with the Selectboard on stage in the Charlotte Central School multi-purpose room and moderator Charles Russell at the helm, a year’s worth of goals and governance...
Eleven trees along State Park Road in Charlotte stand in the way of the projected route of the Town Link Trail, a key project of the Charlotte Trails Committee. Last Thursday,...
The Senior Center’s website is new-ish. It went up last year and is still a work in progress. It is worth a visit. The address is long but really easy:...
The agenda for the Oct. 14 meeting of the Selectboard included discussion with Trails Committee members on the proposed construction of the State Park Road path and budget reviews of...
Vermont State Police say a Rutland woman’s car was struck in a hit and run accident in Charlotte on Route 7 near Root Rd. According to a press release, the...
Achievements  Congratulations to Jay Vogler whose exhibit of abstract oil paintings closed Aug. 31 at the Gallery at One Main in Burlington. Look forward to his next showing and, in...
“The technologies which have had the most profound effects on human life are usually simple. A good example of a simple technology with profound historical consequences is hay . ....
One of Larry Hamilton’s enduring contributions to the Charlotte community was his champion tree roster, a list of the biggest trees of each species in Charlotte, whether on private or...
to Courtney McDermott whose poem, “Self-acceptance,” appeared in the Burlington Free Press Young Writers Project on May 17. The author compares a personal existence to the beginning of spring. “It...
Monday’s special Selectboard meeting agenda included reviewing a draft memorandum of agreement (MOA) and contractor bids for the Charlotte Library addition, approving the playground design at the town beach, and...
On Sunday, May 5, Philo Ridge Farm hosted a family-friendly fundraiser for The Charlotte News. That is, not The Citizen, as Vince Crockenberg, president of the board, made clear.“We are...
Peter Carreiro, owner of Rise ‘n Shine, a grocery delivery service based in Charlotte and serving eleven local communities, is poised to take ownership of the Spears family property on...
The Charlotte Family Health Center has welcomed a new provider to the practice, Dr. Tina D’Amato joins Dr. Andrea Regan and Physician Assistant Patrick Kearney to provide primary health care...
to Joseph Lasek, M.D. of Charlotte who was recently appointed co-president of the Vermont Psychiatric Association. He is also the Howard Center’s medical director of adult services and a clinical...
Susan Callis Raabe died from pancreatic cancer on October 29th, peacefully at home and surrounded by family, exactly as she envisioned it. Susan was born in Brooklyn, New York in...
to P. Brian Machanic, a photographer, author and lecturer from Charlotte, who has been touring the state giving a presentation titled “The Art in Birding.” His most recent appearances have...
August 25 - The 37th annual Vergennes Day at City Park in Vergennes from 10 a.m.–3 p.m., with a street dance the night before from 7 to 10 p.m. featuring...
So, there are wrinkled old wizards in movies, but where are the female versions? They are more likely to be depicted as the w-word—which rhymes with stitch. Female wizards? Or,...
When I first moved to Charlotte 22 years ago from New York City it was culture shock, for sure. I had grown tired of NYC and the noise, the pollution...
In 1996, I was a recent college graduate with a degree in Ecological Agriculture and Sustainable Community Development from Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. I had just moved to...