Kickoff event for Button Up Campaign

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – There is no denying that this was a very hot summer. Now it is time to think about buttoning up and getting ready to stay warm this winter in an environmentally kind manner. The Springfield Town Energy … Continued

Buried treasure unearthed during Septic Smart Week 2018


MONTPELIER, Vt. – More than half of Vermonters own something worth tens of thousands of dollars buried in their backyard, yet most never lay eyes on it. These unseen treasures lurking just below the surface are wastewater treatment systems, commonly … Continued

Free smoke detectors and home fire safety

smoke detectors

LONDONDERRY/WESTON, Vt. – The American Red Cross of New Hampshire and Vermont, in conjunction with the Londonderry and Weston Volunteer Fire Departments, is continuing to bring a program of free smoke detectors and home fire safety education to the Towns … Continued

SEON’s third annual Sustainable Home Tour

REGION – After a summer of excessive heat and humidity, it is hard to deny that climate change is real. It was an uncomfortable time for many who are used to a cooler northern climate. Yet there are some practical … Continued

Ludlow PTG to host 35th annual Harvest Fair

LUDLOW, Vt. – The Ludlow Elementary School Parent-Teacher Group will host this year’s Harvest Fair on the front lawn of Black River High School Saturday, Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will be held rain or … Continued

Fall meeting of the Vermont Old Cemetery Association

LUDLOW, Vt. – Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018
 is the fall meeting of the Vermont Old Cemetery Association at Fletcher Farm School dining hall, 611 Route 103 in Ludlow. The meeting starts with a coffee hour at 9 a.m. The 
business … Continued

Local student named to summer student honors list

LUDLOW, Vt. – Angie Davidson at the Community College of Vermont was named to the Summer 2018 Student Honors List. This honor recognizes part-time students with a 4.0 grade point average. CCV is Vermont’s second largest college, serving over 6,000 … Continued

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