Charlotte Recreation summer programs

The Charlotte Recreation Department offers the following programs for kids that are sure to get them out of your hair for a minute or two this summer. Full and partial scholarships are available for all youth recreation activities. You can find additional information on all programs, as well as registration forms, on the town website… Read More »

May is Tickborne Disease Awareness Month

May is Tickborne Disease Awareness Month

We’ve all been there…sitting out on the porch swing relaxing, petting the dog, taking in the sunset, and then all of a sudden, AAAAAAAHHHHHH! A tick. May in Vermont is Tickborne Disease Awareness Month, and those little critters are everywhere. Experts say that this year’s tick population is particularly bountiful due to the warm temperatures… Read More »

Ice Cream Social May 24 for retiring Hinesburg teachers

You are invited to join a celebration of Hinesburg Community School retiring teachers Sally Feussner, Cheryl Eichen, Diane Barber, Carol Hinsdale, and Audrey Walsh. An Ice Cream Social will be held on on Tuesday, May 24 from 4:00-5:30pm at the Hinesburg Community School to say good bye to the five teachers that are retiring this… Read More »

Stock markets and election years

by Antoine Williams Super Bowl winners, the length of hemlines, and Sports Illustrated covers – all of these have been used to develop theories about the direction in which stock markets may be headed. Presidential elections and terms have also inspired a significant number of theories. Rational and not-so-rational decision making Historically, economists believed people’s… Read More »

Spring boating is all about fun and safety

Spring boating is all about fun and safety

Mild temperatures and snow-less slopes were a bummer for a lot of outdoor enthusiasts this winter, but boaters can rejoice—that easy winter is a sign of a great boating season to come. Lake Champlain is the place to be this spring and summer, so bust out those oars and water skis a little early and… Read More »

Hinesburg Development Review Board listens to O’Neil plans

Jason Barnard stepped in front of the Hinesburg Development Review Board last Tuesday to present two, separate applications for the Arlene O’Neil Estate. Barnard presented the two applications separately and the board is expected to issue a decision on each proposed project. Barnard outlined his plans for the first application on Final Plat Review for… Read More »

Champlain Valley Union High School third quarter honor roll

Charlotte students High Honors Evan G. Beal Victoria E. Bergstein Hannah R. Bernier Oliver H. Bijur Benjamin R. Blackmore Tatum Braun Lillian M. Cazayoux Isaac A. Cleveland Alexander R. D’Amico Sabrina L. Davis Simone R. Edgar Holmes Bay Foley-Cox Katey J. Hayes Lindsea B. Hayes Meara A. Heininger Seamus M. Higgins Nathaniel B. Hodgson-Walker Sara… Read More »

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