Slippery ride home Friday

Slippery ride home Friday

Friday afternoon snow squalls kept local emergency crews busy responding to accidents on slippery roads. Shelburne Police, Fire and Rescue crews were at the scene of several including a single-vehicle crash just after 4:30 p.m. on Thomas Road that left a Nissan Xterra in the middle of the road on its roof. The driver, 57-year-old Philip Lassalle,… Read More »

Charlotte town meeting Tuesday and April 3

For the second year, Charlotte will turn Town Meeting Day into a two-part exercise, with a daytime meeting and all-day balloting on Tuesday and a second day of voting in April. Tuesday’s town meeting begins at 9 a.m. at Charlotte Central School. Tuesday’s ballot will have a list of town offices to fill, none of… Read More »

Maplefields development application withdrawn over traffic concerns

By MARK KOBZIK An engineering firm representing R.L. Vallee Inc. in the design of a proposed new Maplefields in Charlotte has told the town Zoning Board to withdraw the project’s permit application. In a letter to zoning officials Thursday, David Marshall of the South Burlington firm Civil Engineering Associates Inc., explained that a recent meeting… Read More »

Students: Send us your letters

A week ago, our country once again watched a horrific tragedy play out in a school — students murdered in a place they expect to be safe. In the days since the deaths of 17 students and teachers in Parkland, Fla., teenagers who dodged bullets have taken center stage in the public debate about guns.… Read More »

Live music at The Old Lantern to benefit Bissonette Fields

Live music at The Old Lantern to benefit Bissonette Fields

In what has become a New Year tradition, the Old Lantern in Charlotte hosts the 5th annual fundraiser for Hinesburg’s Bissonette Recreation Fields project. Local band Quadra and The Growlers headline the community party sponsored in big part by Lantman’s Market. In addition to live music, the event will feature food from a variety of… Read More »