Friday, July 25, 2014

Woman sentenced in fatal crash case

Disappointed relatives of a Springfield woman who was killed in a head-on collision two years ago interrupted Thursday’s sentencing of the woman who hit her to voice displeasure over the plea deal.

Suspect arrested in connection to Springfield shooting

One of the suspects connected to the shooting that took place in Springfield in June was arrested again Wednesday following a three-hour-long foot chase with police.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Market Madness Street Fair returns in August

Save the date of August 30 for the third annual Market Madness Street Fair.

State police announce arrests in drug-related cases

Authorities with the Vermont State Police announced four drug arrests Wednesday in a news release.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

No-show convict gets more jail time

A convicted drug dealer allowed to spend one last weekend at home failed to show up at jail the following week.

Letter leads to another charge for shooting suspect

A letter intercepted by a prison guard has led to another felony charge for one of the principal suspects in a recent Springfield shooting.

Police: Shooter passed prison note, asked other suspect to alter story

A New Jersey man accused of shooting an alleged drug dealer during a confrontation in a Springfield apartment last month is now facing an additional felony charge.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Hartness State Airport hosts successful ACE Camp

Fourteen girls and boys, ages twelve to fifteen, participated in a week long camp devoted to aviation careers and education.

RVTC students win first in TV Production

On June 25th and 26th the duo of Elliot Thompson and Rebekah Ferreira, students at the River Valley Technical Center (RVTC) in Springfield took first place in TV Production at the SkillsUSA Championships held in Kansas City, Missouri.

Karen Harrison Receives CRA Certification

Springfield Hospital's Karen Harrison has received the credential of Certified Radiology Administrator (CRA) through the Radiology Administration Certification Commission (RACC).

Loitering, targeted smoking ban considered

Town officials are considering a two-pronged ordinance attack on cleaning up criminal activity on Main Street.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Eureka Schoolhouse to stay in state hands

The state of Vermont is going to hold on to the historic Eureka Schoolhouse after all.

Friday, July 18, 2014

Town Library Book Sale will feature 10,000 volumes

About 10,000 books, as well as audio and visual materials, will be featured at the town library’s annual book sale this Saturday, July 19.

Grand jury indicts trio nabbed by Bergen County, NJ Police officer on gun charges

Three people that were carrying a pair of guns when a Bergen County police officer stopped their car for an unsafe lane change.

Scholarship awarded in memory of Eileen Austin Neal, RN

The 9th annual Eileen Austin Neal, RN, Nursing Scholarship of $1,000 was awarded to Olivia Clement of Perkinsville to attend the University of Vermont.

Olivia Clement Wins Dr. Lovell Award

Olivia Clement is the fourth recipient of the Dr. E. Sherburne Lovell Health Career Award. It is funded by the proceeds of the Apple Blossom Cotillion.
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