Planet Pack inventor looks to clean up

Planet Pack inventor looks to clean up

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer While walking on the beach in Cape Cod, Ken Spencer of Charlotte got distracted and frustrated trying to enjoy the beautiful setting. The litter he saw really bothered him. He started picking it up. And not just once. Picking up litter on his walks became a habit. But he was still… Read More »

No treat

No treat

High water on the Charlotte-Hinesburg Road slowed but didn’t completely block drivers on Friday morning, Nov. 1, after heavy rain Halloween night led to flooding around the state.

Selectboard approves Town Link Trail work

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer 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 work on the trail before winter sets in. Margaret Russell of the Trails Committee, who sat in for chair Laurie Thompson,… Read More »

Charlotte Town Plan amendments approved

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer 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. The amendments were primarily additions to the Town Plan intended to make the town more energy efficient and support the development of more renewable energy. The modifications passed… Read More »

Halloween parade-goers not scared of a little rain

Halloween parade-goers not scared of a little rain

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer The Shelburne Halloween Parade’s costume wasn’t hard to guess. It was chilling. And wet. And windy. That’s right, the annual parade came costumed as rain, but it didn’t scare everyone off. And those who braved the weather were an enthusiastic group. “There’s usually 500 people at this intersection alone,” said police… Read More »

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