Emerge Vermont celebrates Madeleine Kunin’s legacy

Emerge Vermont celebrates Madeleine Kunin’s legacy

Emerge Vermont’s Legacy and Leadership celebration brought together over 175 people to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Governor Madeleine Kunin’s election as Vermont’s first female governor. The event, hosted by Shelburne Museum on Wednesday, Oct. 15, boasted speakers such as Gov. Madeleine Kunin, Senator Patrick Leahy, Congressman Peter Welch, Sue Minter, and Becca Balint. Emerge… Read More »

Letters to the Editor

Re-elect Mike Yantachka Our friend Mike Yantachka, is running as a Democrat for re-election for State Representative from Charlotte. He deserves your support. Mike has been on the Natural Resources and Energy Committee in the Legislature. He has been a leader on environmental issues, background checks on the sale of guns, and high quality public… Read More »

Library News

Upcoming at the Library For Kids: Lunch Bunch Storytime, Tuesdays at 12:15pm. Pack your lunch and join us to discover the world of stories through books, songs, play and dessert!  For children ages 3 to 5 who are comfortable in a storytime setting. Explore Time, Tuesdays, 3:15 to 4:15 pm. Explore the world around us… Read More »

Hatchery upgrades to increase health of Lake Champlain salmon

Hatchery upgrades to increase health of Lake Champlain salmon

The Ed Weed Fish Culture Station in Grand Isle, operated by Vermont Fish and Wildlife (VFW), recently benefitted from the construction of a new fish trap. Hatchery staff, fisheries biologists, and other VFW staff constructed the trap on Hatchery Brook, the station’s discharge stream. The new infrastructure will allow department officials to more efficiently and… Read More »

Halloween Happenings

Thursday, Oct. 23 The Mahana Magic Foundation’s Haunted House at the Old Lantern will be open to all neighboring communities free of charge on Thursday, Oct. 23 from 5-7pm. A storyteller, pumpkin carving, and free pizza and cider will round out the event. **** Nightmare Vermont, a thrilling interactive haunted house at Burlington Memorial Auditorium,… Read More »

Hinesburg’s Bond Vote clarified

Currently two wells supply water for the town water system’s 721 residential customers, 61 commercial businesses, Hinesburg Community School, Champlain Valley Union High School, the Fire Department, the Police Department, and other town buildings. They also provide fire protection via fire hydrants throughout the village area. Water produced by these two wells is very hard… Read More »

Tractorrific parade hauls in crowds

Tractorrific parade hauls in crowds

The stellar weather, dozens and dozens of tractors, musical entertainment, cotton candy, balloons, games, animals, and Hunger Crop Walkers enticed hundreds to attend the 14th annual Tractor Parade in East Charlotte on Sunday, Oct. 12. Photos by Craig Thomas

Farmers’ Market heads indoors

The Hinesburg Lions Farmers Market retreats indoors Saturday, Oct. 25, Nov. 22 and Dec. 20 at Town Hall from 9am to 1pm. Baked goods, produce, Euro foods, jewelry, handmade knives, wool products, and homemade creams and lotions by Marci Taft, to name a few, will be on hand. A few spaces are still available.  Interested… Read More »

Library News

Library News

October is named as the official month for a range of causes and interests, everything from Bat Appreciation Month to National Popcorn Popping Month to National Roller Skating Month and lots in between. At the library, we choose to highlight National Reading Group Month for October at the Charlotte Library. The Charlotte Library Book Group… Read More »

Voting information for the General Election

05445 The last day to register to vote, if you’re not already on the voter checklist in Charlotte, is Wednesday, Oct. 29 at 5pm for the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 4. Residents may vote prior to Election Day at the Town Clerk’s office during normal business hours, or request that an absentee ballot be… Read More »