With the generous contributions of these friends of The Charlotte News, we’re halfway toward our annual goal of raising $25,000 to help us balance our 2016 budget. Thanks to all of you who have contributed so far.
Thank you, dear writers, proofers and drivers! Every year we are floored by how many people have volunteered to write, copyedit and proofread for The Charlotte News and to help distribute it to 57 drop-off locations from South Burlington to Vergennes. In our 58th year of publication (July 2015–July 2016) we counted 131 unique contributors,…
Not really. He’s not dead. Just resigning, effective September 8. And will be succeeded by Lynn Monty, whose first issue will come out on September 22. Since 1958 when Nancy Wood founded the paper, we have been in the hands of very good editors. We still are.
Notice anything different about The Charlotte News? We’ve gussied up our layout to match the specs for our new printer in Vermont. As a nonprofit, we’re always looking for ways to streamline costs so we can focus on bringing you the stories and content that matter. Like the new look? Not so much? Let us know.
The champions of local journalism at the Friends of The Charlotte News are engaged in their annual fundraising campaign. As a nonprofit newspaper, we rely on contributions to ensure that we can keep “the voice of the town” bringing you stories that matter in your life. We’ve been at it for 58 years. Help us keep it up!
The Charlotte News writing contest will be extended into the fall to allow for wider participation.
Are you passionate about learning? Do you enjoy writing? Are you interested in journalism?
If you answered YES to any (or all) of these questions, The Charlotte News wants YOU to be the next Outwater Intern.