Recreation funds will go to tennis court repair, savings account

Recreation officials in Charlotte say the $30,000 voters approved on Town Meeting Day for the Recreation Reserve Fund for the purpose of improvements to the three cracking town tennis courts this season. Recreation Commission Chair Bill Fraser-Harris said the recreation department’s funding is largely used for tennis court and beach maintenance. The public tennis courts… Read More »

‘Bursting at the seams,’ library considers expansion project

By Madeline Hughes After 20 years, the well-used Charlotte Library has outgrown its space and plans are under way for a possible expansion. The library is “bursting at the seams with programming and collections,” Margaret Woodruff, library director, said. Completed in 1998, the library was built with $350,000 raised by The Friends of the Charlotte… Read More »

Carpenter Carse Library News

Spanish Story Time today Join Leah Hamilton from 9:30-10 a.m. for story time en Español with songs, stories and games. For ages 5 and under and their caregivers; free. Youngsters Story Time Every Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30-10 a.m. Children 5 and under and their caregivers gather for stories, movement, songs and snacks. New library website at… Read More »

Charlotte Rescue and Fire Log

March 20 7:39 a.m. Charlotte Fire and Rescue were dispatched to Charlotte Central School to check out what turned out to be a false fire alarm. March 23 7:36 a.m. Charlotte Rescue assisted Vergennes Rescue at a medical call on Sand Road in Ferrisburgh and took a patient to the hospital. 12:22 p.m. Charlotte Rescue… Read More »

Man charged after incidents involving alcohol, indecent images with a minor

A Monkton man is facing charges for sharing indecent images and consuming alcohol with a minor in Charlotte, according to state police. On April 5, state police from the Williston barracks investigated an incident involving Michael T. Crosby, 27, of Monkton. Trooper Brittani Barone said the investigation found that Crosby sent a photo showing male… Read More »

Bad trip after a short hike

  By Chea Waters Evans Mt. Philo in Charlotte is usually a happy hike for local walkers and their pets. On any given morning, dozens of dogs and their owners hike up the mountain road or wooded trails. But last week, at least four dogs became violently ill after ingesting something near the road as… Read More »

Charlotte Rescue and Fire Log

March 12 3:34 a.m. Charlotte Rescue responded to a medical emergency on Dart Hill in Monkton and transported a patient to the hospital. 8:53 a.m. Charlotte Rescue assisted Vergennes Rescue at a medical call on Walker Avenue in Vergennes and transported a patient to the hospital. 2:51 p.m. Charlotte Rescue responded to a medical emergency… Read More »

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