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The coronavirus has left seemingly no aspect of life in Charlotte untouched, leading the selectboard to pivot to a virtual meeting format to comply with social distancing measures.

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Ronald and Waverly Purdum of Charlotte received actual snail-mail letters from their neighbor Julia Beerworth’s students Siobhan Eagan and Kobe Kessler.

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It was with infectious hope that Lydia Clemmons explained the new work and opportunities a $100,000 recent grant from the Bay and Paul Foundation has allowed the Clemmons Family Farm to pursue.

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After six weeks in Uzbekistan, Allan Miller was shocked flying back into the United States – on March 8 – at how different the response to the coronavirus here was from what he had experienced.

The March 9 Charlotte selectboard meeting provided a smorgasboard of informational updates. New board members, a COVID-19 update and more were discussed as the lingering daylight illuminated t…

The Feb. 24 selectboard meeting only had one item on the agenda, generating a focused discussion concerning the Memorandum of Understanding with Champlain Valley School District for city elections.

The community turned out and spoke up at the Feb. 10 Charlotte selectboard meeting, spurring a debate on the future of net metering and solar investment in the community.

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The hills may be alive with the sound of music, but in Charlotte, they are also alive with art. One person who has been mining the artistic riches of the town for decades is Judy Tuttle. She c…

Jeff Beerworth of Charlotte is a Renaissance man’s Renaissance man. An artist, a police officer, a detective, an author, a singer-songwriter, a maker of bamboo fly rods, now he is the program …

Charlotte Central School is a beautiful but problematic facility, a patchwork quilt of a school building, a three-dimensional timeline of the history of education on Hinesburg Road in Charlotte.

The weather may have been cold and wet, but the discussion at the Monday, Jan. 27 Charlotte selectboard meeting was anything but dreary.

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Charlotte’s Clemmons Family Farm played an integral role in this year’s Martin Luther King Community Celebration at ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, on Monday, Jan. 20.

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