Hundreds of Charlotters volunteer in many different capacities for a diverse range of organizations in town and beyond. We all benefit from their generosity, which helps make the town of Charlotte a healthier and more vibrant community.
As tractors thundered up from the Nichols farm Sunday, October 10, spectators along the parade route greeted the machinery with applause and whoops of joy.
Charlotte Community Partners (CCP), in consultation with Vermont-based Community Resilience Organizations, released the final report of its 2020-2021 Charlotte Resilience Assessment.
The Vermont State Police identified the victim found dead in the waters of Lake Champlain last Friday as Katherine Curley, 74, of Evergreen, Colorado.
The Vermont State Police is investigating the death of a woman whose body was found Friday, Sept. 17, 2021, in Lake Champlain in Charlotte.
At their regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 13, the town’s Selectboard approved the expenditure of $50,000 from the Charlotte Conservation Fund for a conservation project.
No person should be restricted or defined by disabilities. Society seems to have few expectations of people with disabilities such as deafness, perhaps ascribing a lack of ability to overcome them. Caroline Yale began life in Charlotte on September 29, 1848, the youngest of five children of Deacon William Lyman Yale and Ardelia Strong.
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Cyrus Prindle was born in Charlotte on May 6, 1838, son of George and Louisa (Harris) Prindle. His father died on Cyrus’s fifth birthday May 6, 1843, aged 34 years. Louisa remarried to widower Joseph Pratt, who brought seven children of his own. Stressors within the hybrid family eventually ended in separation.
East and West Charlotte are officially Village Centers. In a meeting on June 28, the Downtown Development Board found that the East Charlotte and West Charlotte village center designation applications met statutory requirements and designated
A majority of Charlotte residents say they would use a community center if built, but there is still a long road ahead before the town can break ground.
Charlotte has a new silver maple champion!
The land use regulation changes planned for public hearing at the Selectboard on Friday, and potential ballot item in March, stem largely from a three-meeting informal study done a decade ago (link below).
This election season, especially on the national level, has been full of chaos, dysfunction and uncertainty. Not here in Charlotte.
It wasn’t the ideal 20th anniversary celebration of the East Charlotte Tractor Parade, but like everything else this year, it was memorable, nonetheless. The weather was glorious, the leaves were golden, and the wisp of the smell of diesel exhaust was in the air.
Real estate sales in Charlotte, VT for July through September 2020
The fatal accident last week at the intersection of Route 7/Ethan Allen Highway and Church Hill Road is one of many in recent years. The stretch of roadway is the last rural part of a long highway that is the major thoroughfare for many tractor trailers and motorists. In
If you’re visiting Town Hall these days you’re likely to see a new face smiling at you. Sayuri Koerner was recently hired as assistant town clerk. “I was looking to do something different,” Koerner said of the job, which is unlike any she has previously held.
At the corner of Lake and Ferry Roads, Ceres Gardens is a cornucopia of fresh produce, thanks to Bud Ceres and Tim Hoopes.
It was a very hot day, one of our “heat wave” days, so sane people would have deferred visiting a bakery. Wrong. Greeted by some milk goats that made it clear that they wanted to be petted and nuzzled, and welcomed by a cool breeze, both of which made the visit delightful.