Well, there has been some written debate recently about journalism’s role in digging out data, putting it in a context to help the reader interpret what the data means,
This nonprofit newspaper is filled every week with contributions from Charlotters—most of them volunteers—who write beautifully, who take gorgeous photos, who want to share what’s going on in their hearts and in their town.
As the person in charge of each word that goes into this paper every other week, I can say without hesitation that I’m full of gratitude and appreciation this week for the writers who contribute to this paper. Their humor and insight and inability to stick to a low word count make me so happy.
Two Charlotters participating in Young Writers Project had their poetry published recently in the Burlington Free Press.
The Charlotte News wants your help reporting on our wonderful community. We’re looking for a dozen junior reporters to join our newsroom once a week for an afternoon of investigating, interviewing, writing and editing.
YWP’s Annual Day of Writing for just seven minutes is now in its ninth year. Vermont Writes Day is an annual tradition started by Young Writers Project to honor writing and to recognize its importance in school, work and life.
Aqualdo the Awkward Turtle” Kate Kogut, Cessie Ferero, Grade 6 One great day in the Gulf of Mexico lived a turtle, a very special turtle. His name was Aqualdo. Now Aqualdo was not very turtle-like.
The News is looking for writers, photographers and delivery drivers to join the community of Charlotters—more than 130 of…