Pet of the Week is Indy


Hi! I’m Indy and I’m a 10-year-old neutered male. My last home didn’t quite work out for me so I went looking for my fortune and glory here at Lucy Mackenzie. You wouldn’t believe the adventures I get in to … Continued

Michael J. Shaughnessy, 1967-2019

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Michael J. Shaughnessy, 51, of Atkinson Street passed away Thursday, July 11, 2019. Michael was born in Bellows Falls Dec. 19, 1967, the son of Frederick and Beverly (Fontaine) Shaughnessy. He was a 1986 graduate of … Continued

This & That

I have loved the sport of baseball for a very long time. The first two pictures I saw of myself from my youth had me in a baseball uniform and a cowboy suit. I do remember the days of being … Continued

Ludlow’s fantastic Fourth of July


LUDLOW, Vt. – On Thursday, July 4, the Ludlow Parks and Recreation Department hosted the largest single day event of the year. Once again, the fireworks were at the West Hill Recreation area and were sponsored by Imerys Talc, which … Continued

Seeking donations for LMHUUSD wellness program

LUDLOW, Vt. – Donations are needed for Ludlow Elementary School and Black River High School Wellness Program. Heidi Baitrz is the wellness leader for both LES and BRHS and would like to purchase wellness materials and services for the staff. … Continued

Vermont Land Trust helps protect historic Rockingham farm


ROCKINGHAM, Vt. – Long-time farmers Richard and Barbara Stickney worked with the Vermont Land Trust and the Vermont Housing & Conservation Board to protect 257 acres of farmland and woodland in Rockingham. The conserved land, lying on both sides of … Continued

How to avoid scams and frauds

LONDONDERRY, Vt. – Neighborhood Connections, in collaboration with Vermont Department of Financial Regulation, will host a timely presentation to learn how to avoid financial scams and fraud Tuesday, Aug. 27. The 10:15 a.m. program will identify current scams and tactics … Continued

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