Lake monitors needed in Windsor County

REGION – Do you enjoy being on the water?  If you own a small paddle-powered or motor-powered boat and can commit to getting out on your lake or pond once every 10 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day, then … Continued

STEM science camps at ESBR

LUDLOW, Vt. – STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) science camps will be available this summer through the Expeditionary School at Black River’s (ESBR’s) partnership with the New Hampshire Academy of Science. There will be two separate weeklong camps open … Continued

The directors quest continues for the Apple Bottom Cotillion

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – The Springfield Hospital has been diligently searching for a new director or directors to lead the annual Apple Blossom Cotillion. Unfortunately, this year’s search was unsuccessful. As a result, we must report there will be no cotillion … Continued

Terrier Hall of Fame nominations open

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – The Terrier Hall of Fame nominations are now open. “The Terrier Hall of Fame is proud to announce that we are seeking nominations for our 2023 class. Nominations are open through May 15. We are looking … Continued

Spring Mandala in Stitches at Gallery at the VAULT

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Are you interested in embroidery or adding a new dimension to what you already create? Gallery at the VAULT is excited to offer “Spring Mandala in Stitches” with Julie Crabtree on Saturday, April 15, from 11 a.m. … Continued

Easter Dinner

Enjoy an Easter Dinner sponsored by Ludlow Fire Department, Proctorsville Volunteer Fire Department, and Black River Good Neighbors

Decisions made on Depot Street Bridge

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Going back to the summer of 2019, the decision was made by the Rockingham Selectboard to join the Vermont Agency of Transportation in supporting the demolition and rebuilding of the Depot Street Bridge in Bellows Falls. … Continued

Wildflower meadow to take root in Jamaica Village

  JAMAICA, Vt. – A town-owned plot of land in Jamaica Village, which includes a popular stretch of sidewalk the length of a football field, will soon be preserved as a bio diverse pollinator meadow and a wildlife habitat, thanks … Continued

Plymouth Selectboard discusses short-term rental regulations

PLYMOUTH, Vt. – At last Monday night’s Plymouth Selectboard meeting, board member Rick Kaminski reviewed Sheriff Palmer’s plan for shared community policing. He told those in attendance at the March 20 meeting that the Sheriff’s department had agreed the total … Continued

Local Easter Services in Vermont and New Hampshire

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH – There will be Easter Services at the First Baptist Church of Bellows Falls. There will be a sunrise service on Sunday, April 9, at 6:30 a.m. at the Oak Hill Cemetery Gazebo … Continued

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