I first became aware of The Charlotte News last spring, during an especially difficult time for the paper.
On behalf of the Board of Directors, I’m writing to thank Mara Brooks for her many contributions to The Charlotte News over the past eight months.
Dear Reader: We learned a new acronym this year—DRB. Starting in the spring, The Charlotte News published a series…
In the June 3 issue of The Charlotte News, we reported that our application to the IRS for nonprofit, 501(c)3 status had been successful.
As I write this piece for The News, we’re travelling to Washington, D.C. to spend a few days with our sons, daughters-in-law and three grandchildren.
Every two weeks, The Charlotte News arrives in your mailbox, no matter what. It’s been that way for 63…
With Margery’s arrival on the board, and her appointment to the treasurer’s position, we say goodbye to Ted LeBlanc, who held the position for the past two years.
For several years now, we’ve used two organizations to publish and sustain the paper. Our donors send their tax deductible gifts to Friends of the Charlotte News a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization which in turn, makes grants to The Charlotte News, the organization that publishes the paper.
Some years ago, I attended the annual volunteer’s night, hosted by the Selectboard at town hall. The room was filled by Charlotte volunteers, serving on the dozens of committees, commissions and boards that contribute so much to the civic life of Charlotte.
We have launched the search for a new editor for The Charlotte News.
We have learned that Kim MacQueen will not be joining The Charlotte News as our interim editor. We wish Kim all the best as she focuses her attention on the needs of her family.
We are pleased to announce that Kim MacQueen is joining the paper as our News Editor, effective immediately.
The board of directors of The Charlotte News congratulates John Quinney on his appointment as interim president and publisher.
Normally we’d just walk to our mailboxes every other Thursday and find the next edition of The Charlotte News. But for our July 23 edition, we’re going digital-only. The printed paper will be back again on August 6 for the rest of the year, and, we expect, far beyond.
The coronavirus is now confirmed in Shelburne, and here in Charlotte the Senior Center, the library and the school are closed, possibly for months. And the worst impacts of the virus are still to come.