Join our Learn to Row program


SPRINGFEILD, Vt. – With the great success of the first season of rowing classes last summer, the EdgarMay Health and Recreation Center is thrilled to announce that they will be offering a second season of Learn to Row Classes in … Continued

Documentary film: “13th”

Springfield, Vt. – On Wednesday, May 31 at 6 p.m., VINE Sanctuary and the Springfield Town Library will show the documentary “13th” followed by a moderated discussion. This event at the Library is free and open to the public, and … Continued

Dear Editor, Lack of recognition

I am concerned with the level of vitriol that I have observed in the Mount Holly community over the upcoming May 30 vote on the future of our schools. There are rational arguments to be made for each choice and … Continued

Bird Carving at VAULT’s Open Studio

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Gallery at the VAULT is always a key stop on the statewide Open Studio Weekend, coming right up on May 27-28.  Booklets are available at VAULT that contain details on all 181 of the Open Studios and … Continued

Sunny Lowdown and the Ice Cream Men

twilight music

PUTNEY, Vt. – Twilight Music begins its 15th annual Twilight On The Tavern Lawn series of folk rock, world beat, rock, pop, Celtic, blues and bluegrass summer concerts on Sunday, May 28 with blues quartet Sunny Lowdown and the Ice … Continued

Ralph Pace receives Community Service Award


LUDLOW, Vt. – A longtime volunteer producer and host of community TV programs Ralph Pace has received LPCTV’s new “Community Service Award.” The award, which will be given annually, was presented to Ralph Pace during LPCTV’s annual Kentucky Derby Gala … Continued

Tater Hill Golf League results


CHESTER, Vt. – The Tater Hill Golf League kicked of the 2017 season last Thursday under beautiful spring skies. The 96-man group was happy to be back in competition, and the course was in excellent condition. No predictions yet … it’s … Continued

Dear Editor, The Mill River Merger Vote

The Mill River Merger Vote – it’s also about “saving” our two Elementary Schools. As I’ve listened to the discussion back and forth it has focused almost exclusively on the two high schools at issue; the size and quality of … Continued

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