Small towns and villages throughout the North Country are losing the institutions that make them a going concern, instead of just another rural housing cluster. It might be the last bank, as in Sarah Harris’s story today from Alburgh, VT. Or it might be the hospital, or the nursing home, the school or the library, the only department store, the last gas station or the post office or the town diner.
Today’s Question of the Day is:
Which institutions are the vital organs in your community? How’s their health?