• Harwood reopens after vandalism
    May 04,2013

    DUXBURY- Students at Vermont's Harwood Union High School are back in school after someone broke in and damaged the plumbing, causing some flooding.

    It took school officials two days to reopen the building to students after the vandalism was discovered early Wednesday.

    WFFF-TV (http://bit.ly/ZrZKaH ) reports the school's 12,000 gallon well was drained, so at least 8,000 gallons of water flooded the classrooms, bathrooms, and halls.

    The water has been cleaned up.

    A $1,000 reward is being offered for information about who is responsible for the vandalism.

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