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Robert N. Gilmore Footbridge dedication honors three decades of service


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

Church Services


ASCUTNEY, Vt. Open Bible Baptist Church, 168 Cemetery Rd. Sunday services are being held in the church, with people sitting every other pew. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. Morning service at 11 a.m. Sunday evening service at 6 p.m. … Continued

Ludlow Selectboard votes against West Hill geese hunting

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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

Chester Selectboard continues with upgrades to infrastructure

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CHESTER, Vt. – The Chester Selectboard was updated on upcoming infrastructure projects; approved the renovations for several historical buildings; and continued efforts to address speeding at their recent Sept. 16 meeting. The meeting began with a scoping presentation by VTrans … Continued

Kokopelli’s decor and more business opens in Bellows Falls

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Tanya L. Nichols and her husband Ron have launched Kokopelli’s, a new retail business in Bellows Falls specializing in a variety of southwestern décor, rugs, and handbags, jewelry, and gemstones, Shearling products, and handmade items from … Continued

Ribbon-cutting ceremony marks Vermont Timberworks reopening after rebuild


SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Almost a year after a devastating fire destroyed this Springfield timber frame company, Vermont Timberworks officially reopened their new building with a spirited and Covid-conscious ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the occasion. The September 2019 fire, which was … Continued

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