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Volunteering Just Might Be Good For You

With Town Meetings almost upon us, lots of folks across Vermont are thinking about volunteers. Towns need volunteers, lots of them. The list of where towns need volunteers seems almost endless: library trustees, electric department commissioners, planning commissions and development review boards, town energy committees, and quite recently, equity committees[Read More…]

AWARE Report

HARDWICK – AWARE served 11 people from February 11 through February 18. AWARE is a nonprofit organization, established in 1984, dedicated to resolving the causes and effects of domestic violence and sexual assault in the greater Hardwick area.The 24-hour hotline is 802-472-6463.

Printed Papers Available at Area Libraries

Full size color copies of The Hardwick Gazette are now available at the Jeudevine Memorial Library in Hardwick and the Greensboro Free Library. Stop in to see what the Gazette looks like when printed full size and consider making a donation to help bring the printed newspaper back into your[Read More…]

Wildcats Flip the Script on Thetford

RANDOLPH – After taking care of Randolph earlier in the week, the Hazen Union boys’ basketball team avenged an early season overtime loss to Thetford Academy to capture the top seed in the upcoming Division III state tournament. Freshman Jameson Lamarre scored 13 points, hauled in nine rebounds, and dished[Read More…]

Anne Winchester Responds

by Paul Fixx CALAIS – Select Board Chair Anne Winchester, running unopposed for the remaining year of a 3-year term, answered the Gazette’s questions: Why are you running for select board? Winchester: Last year every member of the select board was brand new. We quickly realized that running a small[Read More…]

Select Board Candidates Respond

By Jessie Upson & Paul Fixx HARDWICK – On town meeting day, voters will appoint select board members by Australian Ballot. Elizabeth Dow is not running again, leaving three seats open. Current member Shari Cornish is running unopposed for another three year term. Select board chair, Eric Remick and newcomer,[Read More…]

Budget Prioritizes Staff and Road Maintenance

CALAIS – Voters are being asked to approve a budget of $1,693,548 at town meeting on March 5. That budget includes the purchase of a new road grader.    Select board comments about the budget note that it is “a larger increase than usual. We know this is hard; we’ve[Read More…]

Hardwick Police Report

On February 5, at 8:56 a.m., David Wemette of New Haven, reported that his vehicle, a 2019 Subaru Outback had been hit on the driver’s side, either at the high school or the American Legion. If anyone saw the accident, please call the Hardwick Police. On February 14, at 12:30[Read More…]

Local 14-Year-Old Songwriter Takes the Stage

by Jordan Barbour, UVM Community News Service Venetian Soda Lounge thrummed with people and guitars. Piper Hall of East Hardwick, a rising star profiled in this story, has performed locally at the Greensboro and Hardwick Farmer’s Markets. Chatter filled the small Pine Street speakeasy on a late January night, as[Read More…]