Pollyanna Porter releases new romance, suspense novel

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – “Rectified,” a new work of fiction by local author Pollyanna Porter, explores themes of sexual abuse, betrayal, and what it means to truly do the right thing, regardless of the consequences. It follows two timelines – past … Continued

Summer Bandwagon Music Series brings an explosion of music

Next Stage Arts and partners introduce the 2021 Bandwagon Summer Series, taking place from May through October across Windham County. Photo provided

PUTNEY, Vt. – Next Stage Arts announces an outdoor, socially-distanced cultural performance series running from early May through the middle of October throughout Windham County. The series will include more than 20 performances ranging from a diverse group of musical … Continued

The 65th Apple Blossom Cotillion to have limited in-person seating

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Rehearsing for the 65th Apple Blossom Cotillion continues under strict guidelines regarding Covid-19. Springfield Hospital and the Cotillion co-directors are pleased to announce that we are now planning to have limited in-person seating at this year’s cotillion. … Continued

Poem: It Can Always Get Worse

I got up before the crack of dawn. Half asleep I put my fatigues on. I went to the mess hall as ordered to do. I had to pull KP the whole day through.   After 18 hours of scrubbing … Continued

Fair Housing Month StoryWalk on Toonerville Trail

SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – “Fair housing” is the right to equal opportunity in housing choice and the right to rent, buy, finance, and live in a dwelling free from discrimination or harassment. Each April the Office of Economic Opportunity celebrates the … Continued

Claremont is “Grilling for Good” May 8

CLAREMONT, N.H. – On May 8, the Claremont Opera House, Claremont Soup Kitchen, and Claremont Savings Bank are coming together to hold a “Grilling for Good” benefit concert, including a “Chopped” style food competition. The concert will be held on … Continued

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