Once Charlotte resident Andrea Bergstein realized how much her children loved to write and draw, she established Scribblitt.com, a website where kids can write, illustrate, and publish personalized hardcover books using unique writing and illustration tools. “I saw how much my daughters loved to write, story after story. There was so much paper everywhere, always.… Read More »
The genie has granted your wish. Hinesburg Community School’s (HCS) rendition of Disney’s “Aladdin Jr.” performed by a cast of 6-8 grade students and directed by music teacher Danielle Sertz and music director Niel Maurer is ready to take you on an adventure filled with magic and mayhem. The annual middle school musical is taking… Read More »
CCS kicks off holiday season with Artisan Craft Fair: Annual event returns Nov. 22, 10am-3pm at Charlotte Central School
Charlotte Central School’s (CCS) Annual Artisan Craft Fair will be held on Saturday, Nov. 22, from 10am to 3pm. Over 60 exhibitors will fill the gym, multi-purpose room, and spill out into the hallway in between. It is great place to start your holiday shopping while supporting the CCS PTO and local artists. Proceeds benefit… Read More »
Local record label launches new compilation CD featuring Vermont musicians: Release party Nov. 18 at Higher Ground
Some of the best Vermont-based singer/songwriters bring their prolific writing skills and signature sounds to a new musical compilation entitled “Twists & Bends.” The 17-track/17-artist project, which features 16 new tunes and one cover song, will be released Nov. 18 with a show at Higher Ground Showcase Lounge at 7:30pm in South Burlington. The artists,… Read More »
The Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School girls’ volleyball team won a second consecutive state championship bid and completed a perfect 13-0 season last Saturday. The team began the day with a thrilling win over Essex High School in front of packed Carter Gymnasium at Johnson State College in a crazy five-set semifinal match that… Read More »
By Mal Boright The girls’ soccer history annals at Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High, and indeed, all of Vermont, are getting thick with Redhawk moments. In the wake of Saturday’s generally dominating 1-0 victory over 14-4 Burlington High for the Division 1 title on the Seahorses turf, here is a tally of some historical accomplishments… Read More »
Charlotte 05445 With Charlotte boasting a 48 percent voter turnout, State Rep. Michael Yantachka was re-elected to district 4-1 representing Charlotte-Hinesburg, defeating Republican candidate Ed Stone 901 votes to 571 votes. Other outcomes Representative to Congress Peter Welch (1,682) will continue to hold his current position. Major state level race results in Charlotte mirrored the… Read More »
The results from the midterm elections are in, and totals as of this morning are now available. Click here to view the images below on Hinesburg’s town website. With 1,670 ballots cast in Tuesday’s election, Hinesburg voters approved a $1.5 million water system bond proposal 927-743 for the acquisition of two new wells, construction of… Read More »
Voters just kept coming in this morning in Hinesburg. There’s no set expectation of how residents will vote on the water bond; stay tuned for more details as they come. Information regarding election results and the water bond will be published online tomorrow and in the Citizen on Thursday.
Charlotte Town Clerk Mary Mead expected a positive turn out on Tuesday morning, and so far it looks like she’s been right. Although the polls weren’t crowded, there was a steady flow of voters around 8:30am this morning. Below, Mike Yantachka, right, greets a voter outside the town offices. Stay tuned for election results.