For the Record

For the Record

HARDWICK – The article “Gov. Scott Praises Recovery . . .” by Gazette intern Lucia McCallum in the July 17 Gazette edition mistakenly identified the date of Gov. Scott’s visit to Cabot as July 10, rather than the correct date of July 9.

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Saturday hours for the Greensboro Historical Society are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and not as noted on page 7 of last week’s Hardwick Gazette in “GHS Receives Award . . .” The last paragraph of “Greensboro Association Shares . . . “ in that same edition should have read,[Read More…]

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The Greensboro Historical Society note in the Gazette’s “Our Communities” section last week titled, “New Summer Exhibit Opens June 30” incorrectly showed the museum’s Saturday summer hours, which are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The editorial, “Change is Inevitable,” in the June 26 edition mistakenly indicated Greensboro students in grades[Read More…]

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The photo accompanying the “Caspian Lake Kiosk . . .” story on page five of the June 12 edition was inadvertently attributed to Hal Gray, when it was submitted as a courtesy photo.

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The June 5 editorial “Gazette Continues to Evolve,” should have referred to Montpelier’s Center for Arts and Learning rather than Montpelier’s Center for Arts and Leisure. We regret the error.

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HARDWICK – The article in the April 17 Gazette titled “New Bridge and Civic Standard’s Plans Approved by Development Review Board” identified the two properties as being in Hardwick’s compact residential zoning district. Documents have been reissued by the Development Review Board and now all references correctly identify the pedestrian[Read More…]

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The March 20 article, “Hamels Sell Renovated 1876 Landmark,” reported Levi Bourne’s company name and relationship to Bourne’s Energy. Levi Bourne is the owner of Clay Hill Apartments and works at Bourne’s Energy, but is not its owner. Bourne lives in Walden and told the Gazette he commutes through Hardwick[Read More…]

Elitism Shouldn’t Dictate School Closures

To the editor:I write to express my concern over the prevailing elitism guiding the voices of those advocating to keep small schools open at any cost, despite the evident suffering of students in Hardwick. While I understand the sentiment of preserving cherished community institutions, it’s imperative to prioritize the well-being[Read More…]

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HARDWICK – The obituary for Gerard Hall that appears in this issue should have appeared in the January 10 edition. Because of changes to the Gazette’s emails, the obituary from the funeral home was not found until after the deadline for the January 10 edition.

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HARDWICK – In the story about the Hardwick Select Board on Page 1 of the December 20 edition, it was reported that the board voted to adopt the town’s updated All-Hazards Mitigation Plan. The item was on the agenda, but after discussion the motion was withdrawn.

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