Less than two years after he was hired as Charlotte’s zoning administrator, Daniel Morgan has resigned.

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For about nine years, until last March when the pandemic shutdown in-school instruction, Essex, New York, town supervisor Ken Hughes’ children used the ferry to get to Lake Champlain Waldorf School.

When Wade Maki sent this photo of a Charlotte tractor decked out for the season, he quoted John Denver: “Thank god I’m a country boy.” We hope everyone has a safe, happy and bright holiday.

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Next time you go out for milk or bread, take a second to help shape the future of Charlotte. Surveys intended to gauge interest in creating a community center — and what it should include— are being distributed.

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A resilience survey that caused confusion at a selectboard meeting last month is now on the town’s website, ready for community members to respond.

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Michael “Mike” Yantachka, Democrat, Charlotte, will continue to serve in the Vermont House of Representatives.

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More than 130 runners participated in the Charlotte Covered Bridge 5k, 10k and Half Marathon on Saturday, Sept. 12, including a runner who identified themself as La Mujer Maravilla Peluda (The…

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The Charlotte Public Library has come up with an opportunity to provide patrons with exercise and socially distant socializing opportunities.

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A paramedic from Charlotte has decided to embrace her nerdy side – and turn it into a business.

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