Posts tagged with: newspapers

This was a tough year for The Charlotte News. We lost two editors and several board members for a variety of reasons....
You may have watched Storm Lake Times, which screened on Vermont PBS on Monday night....
At a time when 2,000 U.S. newspapers have either laid off staff—including just in recent days Seven Days and VTDigger—or closed shop altogether, The Charlotte News is also struggling. As...
Like many in business, trusted news organizations are being hit hard by this pandemic. If you can, please consider subscribing to your local paper or contributing to a Vermont news...
There’s a gentleman whose hair is a fake color. He never mentions why he painted it blond, but he does, by the same token, talk a lot about “fake news”...
Two findings stand out: First, more of you read the print version of the paper than the online version. And second, we need to include more local news in each...
During Easter week what you have is a news editor with very few words. Or, rather, a pastor with a lot going on. Also, while I’m sitting here feeling a...
We are proud to announce The Charlotte News has won “Distinguished Newspaper” in our category in The New England Newspaper & Press Association (NENPA) “Newspaper of the Year” 2017 competition....
To date we have raised $13,000 of the $20,000 we need from you, our readers, to finish the year with a balanced budget. If you have made your annual contribution...
The News is looking for writers, photographers and delivery drivers to join the community of Charlotters—more than 130 of us last year—that every two weeks throughout the year produces the...