Jean Eggleston receives LRC community service award

Jean Eggleston

LUDLOW, Vt. – Each year, the Ludlow Rotary Club selects an individual from within its area of coverage – Ludlow, Mount Holly, Cavendish, and Plymouth – who has been an extraordinary contributor and benefactor to the community. Based on her … Continued

Op-Ed: Governor Phil Scott “We owe it to our kids”

Earlier this summer, my team set a goal for our state: If our positive health trends continue, let’s return to in-person instruction for our kids in the fall. Our core principle has been to help school districts safely provide every … Continued

Lake Rescue Association applies for dredging permit with state

LUDLOW, Vt. – The Lake Rescue Association announced that it has applied for a dredging permit with the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, Agency of Natural Resources. The permit application proposes that the state allow dredging near the mouth of … Continued

Gov. Phil Scott signs directive to reopen schools Sept. 8

MONTPELIER, Vt. – At a press conference Tuesday, July 28, Gov. Phil Scott addressed school reopening and announced he will issue an executive order to set Tuesday, Sept. 8 as the universal start date for student instruction. This action gives … Continued

Whiting Library reopening by appointment

CHESTER, Vt. – The Whiting Library at 117 Main Street in Chester announces the reopening of the library building to the public by appointment only, beginning Aug. 3, 2020. Patrons of the library will be required to call in advance … Continued

HCRS earns two-point increase in client satisfaction rating

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Health Care and Rehabilitation Services, southeastern Vermont’s nonprofit community mental health agency, announced that its client satisfaction rating improved by 2% for the services it provides to thousands of clients across Windsor and Windham counties every year. … Continued

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