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The days start early this time of year for John Laberge, and run into the dark until his partner Lydia Hibbard comes out to his shop to insist he come inside to grab some grub and a bit of res…

After a long voyage to approval, and with hopes at times seemingly in danger of being dashed on the rocks of controversy, the new addition to the Charlotte Library is surfing into the harbor o…

After much planning, discussion and suggested changes from legal review, the town of Charlotte has approved two ordinances that will allow the town to allocate some of its extra wastewater cap…

Community members and elected officials – including Sen. Chris Pearson, Reps. Mike Yantachka, Jessica Brumsted, Kate Webb – join forces to strategize on ways to act on climate change during th…

A steady group of around 15 people filtered through the Charlotte Museum to enjoy the exhibits, cookies, eggnog and Charlotte history at the 41st annual Christmas Party on Sunday, Dec. 15.

Vermont State Senator Chris Pearson and Representatives Mike Yantachka, Jessica Brumsted and Kate Webb will host a Climate Solutions Forum at the Charlotte Senior Center Monday, Dec. 16, 7–8:3…

A group of volunteers came out on Saturday, Nov.23, to break ground and start clearing, for the next section of Charlotte’s Town Link Trail. The half-mile stretch that runs along State Park Ro…

Like a deer they’ve tracked through miles of bushes and brambles, the Charlotte Planning Commission may finally be close to taking a shot at changes to the Town Plan for the Charlotte East Village.

An overwhelming majority of the 340 people who voted in Charlotte’s single-issue election on Monday, Nov. 4, supported changes to the Town Plan.

Another missing link in the evolution of the Charlotte Town Link Trail is closer to realization after the Monday, Nov. 4, meeting of the Charlotte Selectboard. The board approved preliminary w…

Many of us are in the final stages of putting our gardens to bed for the winter, although certainly some have been procrastinating because of the mostly mild weather. Or, maybe they’ve been in…

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