HARDWICK – At the Hardwick Select Board’s regular meeting on February 15, Town Manager David Upson shared that the flood buyout of the property at 209 School St. in East Hardwick will be finalized. Others should follow soon. The grant covers all costs associated with the acquisition, demolition, and cleanup[Read More…]
HARDWICK – After breezing past Stowe in the opening round, the top seeded Hazen Union boys’ basketball team needed a career night from their star point guard Xavier Hill to escape an upset bid from Randolph, punching their ticket to the Barre Auditorium for the sixth time in seven years.[Read More…]
To the editor: I recently attended the community forum about the upcoming vote to close Lakeview Elementary and, over the course of the two hour meeting, a few things became clear to me about this important vote. Teachers at Hardwick Elementary spoke passionately on Monday night about their long struggles[Read More…]
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…]
Hazen Wildcats defeated Winooski 41-40 Thursday, February 29 at the Barre Auditorium in the Division III semifinal. Saturday’s final at the Barre Auditorium against #2 Thetford is at 7:30 p.m.
The Town Meeting Day Planner in this week’s Gazette had an error, incorrectly showing Stannard’s Town Meeting on Saturday. Stannard’s Town Meeting is Tuesday, March 5 at 9 a.m. as correctly shown on this chart.
GREENSBORO – In a year with lots of stress due to the summer’s flooding, Select Board Chair Peter Romans reported, “To repair town roads, the town borrowed one million dollars and subsequently spent most of it. The town’s proposed budget of $1,956,009 comes in with an increase of 6.93% after[Read More…]
WOODBURY – Woodbury is preparing for its first Saturday town meeting in the Elementary School Gym, beginning at 10 a.m., on March 2. Select board member, Diana Peduzzi wrote the Gazette to say, “This will be our first Saturday town meeting. Last year the voters approved this change in an[Read More…]
WALDEN – At Town Meeting this year, voters will be asked to approve budgets totaling $914,532, an increase of just under 2.4% over the 2023 budget. An additional item asks for approval to borrow up to $30,000 over three years for a new truck. That borrowing reduced the proposed highway[Read More…]
RUTLAND – The Craftsbury Academy (CA) bowling team kicked off the postseason with a bang last weekend, placing three of their bowlers in the top 10 at the Vermont High School Bowling Individual State Tourney at Rutland over the weekend. The top 32 bowlers in the state qualified to compete[Read More…]
MARSHFIELD – The Twinfield-Cabot girls’ basketball team shrugged off a two-game losing streak by pummeling Stowe in their regular season finale last week and will enter the upcoming Division IV state tournament as the fifth seed. Alice McLane poured in a career-high 28 points to power the Lady Trojans past[Read More…]
Lady Cats Carry Top Seed into State Tournament HARDWICK – After having the final week of their regular season off, the Hazen Union girls’ basketball team will begin their run in the Division III state tournament later this week as the number-one seed. The last time you saw the Lady[Read More…]