Get ready for Charlotte’s Green Up Day

Get ready for Charlotte’s Green Up Day

By Joe Gallagher, Charlotte’s Green Up Day Coordinator It’s that time of year again, when the brown begins to turn to green, the temperatures begin to climb, trees begin to bud and spring flowers poke through the ground. And this year, we’ve earned it! All these wonderful occurrences also mean it’s time to clean up… Read More »

CVU’s Kevin Riell remembered with scholarship

CVU’s Kevin Riell remembered with scholarship

By Sheri Duff The outpouring of support extended to Kevin Riell’s family after his unexpected death in December has resulted in a Champlain Valley Union (CVU) scholarship named for the school’s longtime director of co-curricular activity. “The Riell family is humbled by all the donations made in Kevin’s memory,” shared Linda Riell, Kevin’s wife. “We… Read More »

Redhawks earn third straight crown

Redhawks earn third straight crown

By Mal Boright For the Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School girls basketball team, Tuesday night was just another early March evening at the office. Well, that is if you are in the annual state crown business. And coach Ute Otley’s Redhawks are very much in that business. The task before them Tuesday was putting… Read More »

CCS Board sets course for new budget

By Gail Callahan At a special meeting on Monday, March 9, the Charlotte Central School (CCS) Board went back to the school budget after voters rejected the proposed $7.6 million spending plan 595 to 548 on Town Meeting Day. The panel didn’t decide on a proposed budget amount during Monday’s meeting, but former School Board… Read More »

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