Ludlow Selectboard okays pursuing rental registry, town charter

rental registry

LUDLOW, Vt. – During the Oct. 5 Selectboard meeting, the board gave the Ludlow Planning Commission their nod of approval to move forward with a rental registry in an effort to ensure adherence to fire and other safety standards. They … Continued

Jamaica Village School reopens for in-school learning

Jamaica Village School reopened for in-school learning Oct. 5.

JAMAICA, Vt.  – After a delay to the start of “in-school” learning at Jamaica Village School due to the assessment of air systems within the school building, the students returned to school Oct. 5 after having strictly conducted “remote learning” … Continued

A forgotten fire

American House

I’ve been president of the Chester Historical Society for about 15 years now. In my first year, I found the photo you see with this article. You can see the American House sign. It’s a poor quality Xerox copy but … 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

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

Robert N. Gilmore Footbridge dedication honors three decades of service

footbridge

LUDLOW, Vt. – The former Lamere Square Walking Bridge was officially dedicated in memory of Robert Gilmore and renamed the Robert N. Gilmore Footbridge Monday, Sept. 21 in front of a gathering of Ludlow Village Trustees, Selectboard, town officials, and … Continued

Ludlow Selectboard votes against West Hill geese hunting

Welcome to Ludlow sign

LUDLOW, Vt. – The Ludlow Selectboard appointed a new planning board member, agreed to help finance asbestos removal at the BRAM building, and voted against fall geese hunting at the West Hill Recreation Area at their in-person meeting Monday, Sept. … Continued

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