The Hardwick Gazette

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…]

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.

State Police News

As part of an ongoing investigation into multiple burglaries in the town of Walden, the Vermont State Police (VSP) conducted a search warrant at 7 Hillside St. in Hardwick on Friday morning, Feb. 16. Members of VSP, including the Tactical Services Unit (TSU), Bureau of Criminal Investigations and uniformed troopers[Read More…]

LORRAINE LAVERTU HUSSEY

EAST CRAFTSBURY – Heaven had better be ready because there is a new boss coming to town and she is not going to tolerate any nonsense. Lorraine Lavertu Hussey, 95, formerly of Hardwick, and most recently the Craftsbury Community Care Center, passed away peacefully on February 13 with her loving[Read More…]

Grain Growers Conference on March 20

ESSEX – Amber Lambke, founder and president of Maine Grains Inc., will give the keynote address at the 2024 Vermont Grain Growers Conference on March 20. Lambke will describe how she worked with local business leaders, community members and farmers to generate interest in bringing the cultivation and processing of[Read More…]

Pie Breakfast Set for March 23

WOODBURY – The Woodbury Community Library will hold their pie breakfast on March 23, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. This is the 21st year of the annual event. The breakfast will be held at iWoodbury Elementary School to benefit the library. The breakfast features a wide array of pies[Read More…]

Free Training Offered for Outdoor Recreationists

BURLINGTON – Early detection of the emerald ash borer, hemlock woolly adelgid and other invasive forest pests will help minimize economic and ecological damage to Vermont’s forests. The Vermont Urban and Community Forestry (VT UCF) program is offering a free, self-paced, four-week online course for outdoor enthusiasts, trail managers and others who spend time[Read More…]