Vote ‘yes’ on Nov. 28.

Will the voters of Mount Holly and Ludlow vote to retain control of their own schools and the education of our students? 1. If the proposed school merger between Mount Holly and Ludlow is approved, then Mount Holly and Ludlow … Continued

National Take Back Day Success!

Dear Editor, Greater Falls Connections would like to thank all of our community members for disposing of their unwanted or unused prescriptions at the Bellows Falls Police Department’s prescription drug drop box over the past year. A total of five … Continued

Let us now praise famous men: Robert Gensburg

The irony in the title of James Agee’s classic novel is that the sharecroppers who are the book’s main characters were hardly famous. Robert Gensburg, the quiet Lyndon attorney who died last week, similarly did not seek celebrity or the … Continued

Thank you to the Vermont Community Foundation

Dear Editor, Neighborhood Connections would like to thank the Lyman Orton Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation for their recent grant for annual support. These funds will go to provide much-needed help to our neighbors in the community. Neighborhood Connections … Continued

Vermonters share their voice on energy

Dear Editor, Energy eats up a large portion of Vermonters’ monthly expenses. That’s one thing we heard from Vermonters we met during Efficiency Vermont’s statewide tour this fall. In addition to these in-person conversations and live polling, Efficiency Vermont gathered … Continued

Stick Season Social raised funds for families

Dear Editor, The directors, staff and volunteers at Black River Good Neighbor Services in Ludlow express our sincere thanks to the many generous supporters who attended and donated to the annual Stick Season Social held on Sunday, Nov. 5. This … Continued

A letter to residents concerned about BRHS

Dear Editor, This letter is in reference of the upcoming vote on Nov. 28, either in favor of or against school choice in the towns of Ludlow and Mount Holly. One concern for many residents of Ludlow and some residents … Continued

STDC reminds residents to submit their energy actions

Dear Editor, Last month, members of the Springfield Town Democratic Committee (STDC) helped promote energy efficiency by participating in a Button Up Vermont campaign. We had a presence at the Springfield Transfer Station and talked to hundreds of people. One … Continued

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