Tucked behind the Chelsea Station Restaurant in South Royalton, there’s a store bursting at the seams. Joe Carroll introduces us to Raelene Lemery, who has run the Sunshine Thrift Shop for 30-plus years.
It's been a sacred part of marriage vows for centuries: for better, for worse; for richer, for poorer; in sickness and in health. That last part has been tested-- like few others-- for these Super Seniors. Our Joe Carroll shares their story.
You already met Super Senior Ken Wilkins, the submariner who told us harrowing stories about his time aboard the USS Skate. But what happened after World War II? Our Joe Carroll shows you how the 95-year-old found love.
This Vermont Super Senior is still haunted by what he saw when he served our country in World War II. Gedeon LaCroix didn't speak of his wartime experiences for decades. But now he's sharing the stories of battles he hopes will never be forgotten or repeated. Our Joe Carroll reports.
Harry Chandler has seen a lot in his long life but there is a horrific event that happened almost 75 years ago he will never forget. His survival and guilt when others died haunted him for years. Here's Joe Carroll with the story of this week's Super Senior.
When a building is declared structurally unsound in Hardwick, he's the guy you call. And in decades of tearing things down, he's built himself up quite a reputation. Our Joe Carroll introduces you to Mo Sanville.
Just about every town has a cemetery. But, unfortunately, many in Vermont are in need of some TLC. This week's Super Senior does just that. Meet Forrest Hicks-- a man on a mission to repair hundreds of headstones.
Two Vermont men have been brought together by what they share in a World War II tragedy. Our Joe Carroll has the unlikely story of a Channel 3 Super Senior who has provided new insights into a 77-year-old war story.