In late April, a COVID-19 outbreak exploded at the Teen Challenge Center in Johnson with 26 cases of the virus so far, according to the Vermont Department of Health.

The first time Vince and Allison Bolduc made maple syrup, they tapped a few maples around their home using hand-me-down taps, hung milk jugs from the trees and lugged the sap back to their driveway to boil it.

On a cold, cloudy May day, a group of women spread out across Hardwick’s Main Street picking up trash and exchanging banter. All members of Teen Challenge Vermont, an addiction treatment center in Johnson, they were more than excited to be outside helping the community. 

Wolcott residents will vote May 18 for a third time on a school budget. Polls are open at the town offices from 8 a.m.-7 p.m.

Lanpher Memorial Library in Hyde Park honored two community members Saturday, May 1, with its 2020 and 2021 Spirit of Community awards — Robin Aither and Cathy Geiersbach.

A decree two years ago opening a Morristown road to all-terrain vehicle users was never meant to be open-ended, and a decision on whether to let ATVs use other roads ought to be left up to voters instead of a group of five people.

Wolcott voters are getting a third chance to pass an elementary school budget less than a month after narrowly defeating it for a second time, and this time it’s a Hail Mary toss with no projected tax increase.

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