Paul Stone has walked just about every inch of his 800-acre farm in Orwell. This week, he’s putting in a few more steps. Thirty-eight thousand gobblers at Stonewood Farm will soon become the centerpiece of Thanksgiving meals all over the Northeast.
The colors of Stowe in October -- green grass, amber leaves, and above the clouds, there’s a sprinkle of the white stuff. Snow is what cross-country skier Trina Hosmer and her crew of masters are training for.
When Monique Zeigler first entered St. Ann Catholic Church in Milton, something was lacking. Twenty-eight stained glass panels -- and five years later -- the Super Senior shows her faith for all to see.
For close to seven decades, Super Senior Claire Duke has kept a secret from her family -- she wanted to go to college. This week, she got formal recognition from the school she always wanted to attend.
Ninety-one-year-old Janet Schurink has spent most of her life on a Shaftsbury hillside after emigrating to the U.S. from Holland after the war. And even after two broken hips, the riding instructor and horse expert rarely slows down.