HARDWICK – Orleans Southwest Supervisory Union (OSSU) Superintendent Adam Rosenberg announced Friday that starting November 30 all OSSU schools will shift to remote learning for two weeks, returning to in-person learning on December 14.
GREENSBORO – The Town of Greensboro was awarded a $198,000 grant from The Vermont Department of Environmental Protection (DEC) to conduct a wastewater treatment feasibility study. Work will begin in December and continue through much of 2021.
HARDWICK – NEKarts, a non-profit volunteer board that manages the Hardwick Town House, is seeking community input on the Town House building and its role in the region. The request for feedback is related to planned capital improvements to the building, for which NEKarts recently received $50,000 from the Freeman Foundation.
CRAFTSBURY – Several years ago, the Craftsbury Outdoor Center awarded octogenarian George Hall of Craftsbury, the “Harry Potter Award: For being what everyone else secretly or not-so-secretly aspires to be.”
HARDWICK – Hazen Union’s Macy Molleur, Alleigh Gabaree, and many of their teammates put a cherry on top of their Cinderella season last week by collecting several All-League and All-State honors, putting a bow on a great soccer season this past fall.
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EAST MONTPELIER – It wasn’t intended to, but our harmless prank turned into the Great Thanksgiving Eve Caper.
EAST MONTPELIER – It appears that the novel coronavirus, given a few irresistible openings, now has our country over a barrel. Whether from ignorance, lack of imagination, hubris, or defiance, many of our careless fellow citizens – as well as thousands of their unsuspecting contacts – have tested positive, and are in quarantine, in hospital, in intensive care, in morgues, or in a state of prolonged or permanent disability from its lingering effects.