Anthony Marro Trust distributing funds in Ludlow

LUDLOW, Vt. – The Anthony Marro Memorial Trust Fund is seeking 501(c)(3) entities within the town of Ludlow area for funds distribution. The Trustees will be requesting applications for funding consideration. Application process deadline is Oct. 15, 2020. Recipients must … Continued

Resource Management Inc. presents solid waste system with Trustees

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – On Tuesday, Sept. 22, the Bellows Falls Village Trustees and the Wastewater Department discussed an alternative to transporting sludge with a presentation by Resource Management Inc on the Shincci-USA. RMI of Holderness, N.H. presented the Shincci, … Continued

Praise for Ludlow Ambulance Services coming in many forms

Ludlow Ambulance Services receive grant funding and letters of commendation in recent weeks.

LUDLOW, Vt. – The Ludlow Ambulance Service, a career staffed Advanced Life Support ambulance service that services Ludlow, Cavendish, Proctorsville and Plymouth, has received over $80,000 in local and federal grants in recent weeks, as well as having received two … Continued

Chester adapts, as we all do, for fall event

Craft and Flea Market at the Legion Field in Chester.

CHESTER, Vt. – Not only people, businesses, schools, libraries, theater, churches, and any organizations that regularly gather as groups been victims of the current Covid-19 pandemic, but events have fallen victim to these challenging times as well. The Chester Fall … Continued

Whittlin’ away

The statue of Motion mentioned in the article. UVM Morgan Horse Farm in Weybridge

In the 1948 “Green Mountain Whittlin’s,” I found some interesting stories of old Vermont. These stories were submitted by people around the state. Below are a few I found interesting. Keep in mind as you read each story that the … Continued

Op-Ed: Safe and secure Vermont elections

Many of us love going to the polls on Election Day. Joining in-person with our friends, family, and neighbors to participate in the civic process is something I look forward to every election year. As Vermont’s Chief Election Official, it … Continued

Peter D. Koson, 1941-2020

ALSTEAD, N.H. – Peter D. Koson died peacefully Sept. 24, 2020. He was born May 14, 1941 in Walpole, N.H. to Jacob and Norma (Aldrich) Koson. A graduate of Walpole High School, he enlisted in the Air Force in 1959 … Continued

Richard H. Gabert, 1941-2020

Richard H. Gabert

WILLIMANTIC, Maine – Richard H. Gabert, 79, passed away Sept. 25, 2020 at his home in Willimantic, Maine. He was born March 25, 1941, son of Fred and Elna Gabert. Richard served two years in the U.S. Army. He returned … Continued

Pet of the Week is Floyd

Floyd

Floyd is just chilling here waiting for his furever home! Floyd is a 1-year-old sweet boy. He gets along very well with cats and dogs, but people are his most favorite. Floyd needs a home where he can explore the … Continued

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