Residents discuss the future of Ludlow

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LUDLOW, Vt. – The Ludlow Planning Commission held a meeting at the town office on March 20, 2018 to begin discussion on potential changes to the town plan. The conference room was soon teeming with residents who were eager to … Continued

Area players do appear in North-South basketball game

basketball

REGION – The Vermont Basketball Coaches Association had their North-South All-Star Games on Saturday, March 24 in Windsor. Despite the fact the powers that be told me one week ago today that our area schools would have no representation, the … Continued

THIS + THAT: In memory of Bellows Falls sports’ heroes

Bellows Falls lost two big time community members recently. They both stood front and center in the athletic arena. They both cared about their community, and when it came to volunteering, they both asked, “Where do I get in line?” … Continued

Jesus Christ Superstar rocks the opera house

superstar

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – “Jesus Christ Superstar,” a rock opera written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, debuted on Broadway at 1971 and now takes the stage at the Bellows Falls Opera House in a production by Main Street … Continued

William R. Guy, 1939-2018

William R. Guy

N. SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – William R. Guy of North Springfield, Vt. died March 23, 2018 peacefully at his home after a courageous battle with cancer. Bill was born Nov. 26, 1939 in Lebanon, Maine to Eugene N. and Zelma (Nichols) … Continued

Full online edition of The Vermont Journal 03-28-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Vermont Journal 03-28-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Vermont Journal features: Maple open house weekend; GMUSD committee looks back on Act 46 promises; BRHS students participate … Continued

Full online edition of The Shopper 03-28-18

The full online edition is the same as our weekly printed publication. The Shopper 03-28-18 This weeks’ online edition of The Shopper features: Maple open house weekend; Springfield HIgh School fine arts show; Springfield residents explore wellness for wellness week; … Continued

Sugaring, mud season & parsnips

sugaring

Below is a continuance of Philip Tiemann’s manuscript about sugaring including his trials and tribulations as a new Vermonter. This would have occurred in spring of 1934. “The season had now arrived when all good farmers work from ‘kin see … Continued

GMUSD vision committee looks back to Act 46 promises

GMUSD

CAVENDISH, Vt. – The Green Mountain Unified School District vision committee met for the first time on Monday, March 26 to begin the process of revising the GMUSD school budget that was rejected by voters earlier this month. The vision … Continued

Chester Select Board reviews EMS and town garage infrastructure

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CHESTER, Vt. – The Chester Select Board meeting on the evening of March 21 included discussions and decisions about the future of the town’s EMS and town garage infrastructure, its tree canopy management program, a proposed solar farm, and its … Continued

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