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Hardwick Police Report

On July 14, at 4:08 a.m., Hardwick Police responded to a reported one-vehicle crash. The vehicle appears to have been southbound on Rte. 16 and did not stop at the intersection. The vehicle proceeded through the intersection hitting the embankment on the eastbound side of Rte. 15. The vehicle was[Read More…]

Hardwick Police Media Log

July 7: Citizen Dispute, Dutton Road; Assist – Public, Depot St.; TRO/FRO Service, Dutton Road; Citizen Dispute, Highland Ave.; Traffic Stop, S. Main St./Lower Cherry St.; Traffic Stop, Wolcott St./Cottage St. July 8: Alarm, Vt. Rte. 15 W; Fingerprints, High St.; Animal Problem, Vt. Rte. 15 W; Medical, Maple St.;[Read More…]

Wade Cochran Returns to Work at DMV

HARDWICK – Wade Cochran is back at work as the director of enforcement and safety at the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) following an FBI investigation into his activities prior to his employment there. The Caledonian Record reported the Agency of Transportation Secretary Joe Flynn said the FBI has[Read More…]

AWARE Report

HARDWICK – AWARE served 14 people from July 14 through July 21. 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.

Willey’s Affected by Global Tech Outage

GREENSBORO – The Rock Solid cash register system used at Willey’s store wasn’t solid enough to weather last week’s global tech outage. Late Friday morning, July 19, Rob Hurst says the store’s cash registers and payment systems stopped working unexpectedly. The store’s staff quickly switched to handling business manually, accepting[Read More…]

Planning Commission to Send Town Survey

GREENSBORO — The Greensboro Planning Commission (GPC) will launch the next Town Plan cycle, starting with a survey of community members, to help determine town priorities. The GPC is finalizing the questions on the survey which will be going out to all Greensboro residents and taxpayers in August. 24. The[Read More…]

Book Giveaway Featured Kinsey (-Warnock) Stories, July 18

GREENSBORO – The Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) sponsored a storytelling and book giveaway at Caspian Lake in Greensboro on July 18. This Greensboro Free Library (GFL) collaborative event featured local author Natalie Kinsey (-Warnock). Kinsey (-Warnock) told stories from her family history through the quilts that she made with her grandmother[Read More…]