The Charlotte News is proud to present the work of amateur photographers of all ages in its 11th Annual Peter Coleman Photo Contest, held in honor of the renowned Charlotte photographer and one-time editor of The News who passed away in January 2006.
With Drumpf Towers in Charlotte under discussion at a special Planning and Zoning Commission meeting today, we at The Charlotte News took some time to investigate the plans. In a special interview with the developer himself, we were able to gleam a little more insight into what the tower would look like.
The horrific story out of Flint, Michigan, this fall of families and children exposed to high levels of lead is a remarkable indictment of Michigan politicians, health providers and public health officials. What’s the relevance of the Flint story for those of us living in Charlotte?
Happy (belated) birthday, Dr. Seuss! In light of this whimsical author’s birthday on Mar. 2, CCS will present “Seussical” on Apr. 7, 8, and 9.
With some help from his father, Powell built himself a small house on wheels that includes lighting, electricity, heat, ventilation, solar power, and homemade curtains.
What do you think of Article 9 on the municipal charter (green ballot)?
Do you think the CCS school budget should pass (pink ballot)?
Is the CVU budget up to snuff (yellow ballot)?
Are the land use changes warranted (blue ballot)?
Why do you think there are no contested seats in town government (white ballot)?
The January Champlain Business Journal carried a lead article on Vermont Public Radio’s expansion plans to its facilities at Fort Ethan Allen in Colchester.