Town Reviews Budget, Hears Request

Residents watching the June 3 select board meeting received a crash course in the mechanics of creating town budgets, courtesy of the board and Interim Town Manager Jon Jewett.

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Move Mulled for East Hardwick Library Building

The town’s “Little Library” continues to be a key focus for the East Hardwick Neighborhood Organization (EHNO). Virtually every question has been asked about how the disused building can play a role in the village, as well as how to tackle its significant location issues.

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Pilot Hazen Union Program Impacts Wider Community

As the 2020-2021 school year opened, Hazen Union launched a series of projects to better serve students who did not respond well to traditional rote classroom-based learning.

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Students Discover Themselves in the Outdoors

Sometimes, things don’t go as you thought they would, but end up working out exactly as you’d hoped. That was the essential takeaway of Hazen Union World Languages and Martial Arts teacher Anja Pfeffer about how the first year of the Dare to be Me program has gone.

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Community Effort Helps School Get its Bell

In a soggy Sunday ceremony, the former Greensboro High School bell was moved from its spot near the Greensboro town hall to Hazen Union.

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Sgt. Tristan Southworth Memorialized on Saturday

On Saturday, Hardwick Area Little League hosted Danville/Peacham at the Sgt. Tristan Southworth Memorial Day Classic.

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