Headlines for June 14th, 2017

The Hardwick Electric Department and The Morrisville Water & Light Department transfer wires from an existing pole to a new 55-foot pole in front of the Hardwick Elementary School, June 9. The South Main Street project will remove eight existing telephone poles out of the town road (right of way) and replace them with new poles approximately 10 feet back. This will make room for better parking and new sidewalks.  (Vanessa Fournier)
The Hardwick Electric Department and The Morrisville Water & Light Department transfer wires from an existing pole to a new 55-foot pole in front of the Hardwick Elementary School, June 9. The South Main Street project will remove eight existing telephone poles out of the town road (right of way) and replace them with new poles approximately 10 feet back. This will make room for better parking and new sidewalks. (Vanessa Fournier)

 

  • Hazen Union School Principal to Resign
  • Arrest Made In Hardwick Arson Cases After Months-Long Investigation
  • Information Forum Tonight for Merged Board in Four Towns
  • Semi-Formal Landscaping Suggested For Town Hall
  • Developing the Next Incarnation of the Vacant Big Yellow Barn

Headlines for June 7th, 2017

First Friday Stroll—Hardwick Police Sgt. Mike Glodgett, left, and Sr. Patrolman Chris Tetreault, right, walk along Main Street with police canine Kubo during First Friday activities, June 2.

 

  • Spring Festival Organizers Look to Next Year
  • First First Friday Shines Despite Weather
  • Greensboro Gains a New Arts Center
  • Police Chief Requests Additional Help
  • Price Scanner Violations Investigated
  • Executive Sessions Seesaw During Negotiations

Headlines for May 17th, 2017

the Hardwick Gazette May 17th 2017
Time on Their Hands – Jan Westervelt, left, main organizer of the Cabot tower clock restoration project, helps Peter Rioux, right, a professional clock restorer from Maine, reassemble the mechanism of the 1888 E. Howard & Co. clock in the steeple of the United Church of Cabot. Volunteers worked on the restoration for six months. (photo by Vanessa Fournier)
  • Arts Center Denies Images Altered
  • Hardwick Elementary Budget Passes
  • Supervisory Union to Appeal Labor Board Ruling
  • Pollinator Fest Comes to Hardwick, Bugs and Bats In Trouble
  • School Board Recommends Against Merger
  • Woodbury Village Store Enters Second Year