Woman unhurt after driving car into Lewis Creek

SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Writer When Charlotte Fire and Rescue Deputy Chief Rob Mullin initially heard the call about a car in Lewis Creek at the Quinlan Bridge with entrapment, he pictured a much worse scene than he found. “What we mean by ‘entrapment’ and what civilians mean by ‘entrapment’ is two different things,” Mullin said.… Read More »

Charlotte fire fourth in two weeks

A sugar house burned to the ground on Spear Street Monday, and mutual aid was requested to help local firefighters. It was the fourth fire in Charlotte in less than two weeks. Early on the morning of March 25, Charlotte Fire and Rescue was alerted by a Charlotte firefighter to a building on fire in… Read More »

Charlotte OKs town spending from the floor

Charlotte OKs town spending from the floor

By SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Reporter For a second year, the town of Charlotte defeated by voice vote a Town Meeting Day amendment from town clerk and treasurer Mary Mead to decrease the Charlotte Selectboard’s proposed budget. During the Town Meeting Day portion of the election proceedings, Mead proposed cutting $157,500 from the $3,264,779 proposed budget.… Read More »