Sunday, March 29, 2015

Library meeting features fiddler

The Friends of the Springfield Town Library’s annual meeting on April 1 will feature historic musical humor.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Police ask possible loan victims to come forward

The Springfield Police Department has issued a public appeal for complaints about possible criminal activity by a Springfield woman.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Project ACTION seeks to engage youth

Project ACTION members to reach out to town's youth.

Springfield Energy Committee gets new leadership

The Springfield Energy Committee is having growing pains.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

RDCs of Vermont endorse Senate's economic development bill

The Regional Development Corporations of Vermont (RDCs of Vermont) announced their support on Thursday of S138, a bill developed by the Senate Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs committee, which is currently working its way through the Vermont Senate.

Town faces quandary: Demolition or delay?

A house on the town’s Top 10 list of dilapidated properties has been sold, presenting the Springfield Select Board with a conundrum: Do they push ahead with the already ordered demolition, or wait for the new owner to renovate the property?

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Hospital garden receives award

Though the garden has been in existence for almost two years, on March 19, the Springfield Hospital Centennial Garden received a Vermont Public Places Merit Award for 2014.

'Mud Season' author visits Springfield

Vermont author Ellen Stimson was in town last week to talk about her first book “Mud Season”.

Springfield Town Library conducts technology survey

The Springfield Town Library is conducting a survey to better understand how patrons use library technology and how the community benefits from free access to computers and the Internet at the library.

A tale set in 1890's Springfield, Vermont, based loosely on a true tale.

Springfield cops invited to lunch at high school

Springfield Police Chief Douglas Johnston wants his officers to start having lunch with new friends at Springfield High School.

Monday, March 23, 2015

Ever wonder where your outdoor cat wanders?

“The cat is within 50 yards,” Vermont wildlife biologist Frosty Hammond, announced as he slowly swung what looked like a rooftop TV antenna in an arc, listening for a chirping sound.
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