INFOcus: People and Places with host Jerry Germain, the weekly television talk show featuring Vermont personalities on MCTV, NEAT and VCAM cable television stations in Addison and Chittenden counties, returns to area channel listings after a hiatus. The period from April 18-24 will feature a new series of interviews one such interview features Jeanne Montross, executive director of HOPE, formally known as ACCAG, who will talk about the name change and some of the services they provide. On one program, Germain and company become ranch hands as they take a field trip to Weybridge to visit Vermonts homebred animal, the Morgan horse. Stephen Davis of the farm invited the crew to take a tour of the facility and meet some of the animals that reside there. Popular Addison County handyman Ben Vessa leaves the shop and enters the kitchen on his first cooking segment to air on INFOcus. Details about the shows, including airtimes as well as videos of past shows, can be seen at the new web: www.infocusvt.com INFOcus is a weekly hour show that is produced through the facilities of MCTV. It is the brainchild of local community members and former radio personalities Jerry Germain and producer Kyle "Vinny" Hebert. The show currently runs on Middlebury Community Television (Comcast Channel 15 for Middlebury & East Middlebury), NEAT (Comcast Channel 16 for Bristol, Lincoln, New Haven, and Starksboro) and now on VCAM (Comcast Channel 15 for Vergennes, Ferrisburgh, Burlington, South Burlington, Shelburne, Hinesburg, Essex Junction and Essex Center, Williston, and Winooski) and on www.infocusvt.com.