ST. JOHNSBURY — NEK Council on Aging recently announced the hiting of Joann Sesholtz as full time Case Manager, and Valerie Morse as a part-time Case Manager for the Southern Caledonia County area. Case Managers support clients by evaluating long-term needs that inform, encourage, inspire, and support older and disabled adults to live independently and age well.
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ST. JOHNSBURY — As Northeast Kingdom Human Services works through neighbor friction and permit challenges to establish a residential facility for people with developmental and mental needs in Lyndon, a similar home is operating on Main Street in St. Johnsbury.
LYNDON — The town will have its say.
St. Johnsbury Police say a local intoxicated man was arrested Sunday night for causing a disturbance at Star Theatre during a showing of Space Jam 2.
LYNDON — Northeast Kingdom Human Services needs additional beds for its Intellectual and Developmental Disability Services (IDDS) program.
Springfield College concluded its 2021 Commencement Weekend ceremonies with eight separate in-person ceremonies on the main campus in Springfield, Mass. on May 15 and 16, 2021. Area graduates include:
The following area students have been named to the fall 2020 dean’s list at Springfield College. The criteria for selection to the dean’s list: the student must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded coursework for the term, exclusive of “P” grades; not have any incompletes or missing grades in the designated term; must have a minimum semester grade average of 3.500 for the term. Area students include: Carter Brochu of Concord, with a primary major of History; Brenda Hall of Hardwick, with a primary major of Human Services; Renee Kennett of North Stratford, N.H., with a primary major of Human Services; Jakob Raichle of Bethlehem, N.H., with a primary major of Sport Management.
Northeast Kingdom Human Services wants to open a multi-use mental health facility on Vail Hill in Lyndon.