Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Inmate accused of choking gets 5 more years

An inmate accused of choking a teenage prisoner at the Springfield jail three years ago has struck a plea deal which will keep him behind bars for at least five more years.

Springfield board members propose anti-loitering ordinance

Springfield is taking a different route to address the issue of suspected drug dealers loitering in the downtown area.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Project ACTION meeting well attended

Local agencies have teamed up with the Springfield Police Department to create Project ACTION, a group that is based on Rutland’s Project VISION, which helped Rutland to address its drug and addiction issues.

Cosmos hold on for 50-46 win over Yellow Jackets

Whenever the Springfield and Windsor girls basketball teams face off in the past couple of years, it has been a battle.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Woman faces drug smuggling charges

A Baltimore, Vermont resident who was saved from an alleged heroin overdose by first responders in November after she was found unconscious behind the wheel of her crashed car is now facing felony charges.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

SMCS earns National Quality Leader Award

Springfield Medical Care Systems (SMCS) was recently awarded $133,958 in Affordable Care Act funding by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Snowstorm leads to crashes on I-91

Mark Ankuda
A Springfield man was injured Saturday morning in a crash on snow-covered I-91, and a little later a tractor-trailer accident partially closed the interstate’s northbound lanes for more than two hours.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Pats have right composite to beat Cosmos

Rebounding and depth were the keys as Mount Anthony rolled to a 64-40 win over Springfield in a Marble Valley League game Friday at Dressel Gym.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Select Board approves $10.7 million budget

The Springfield Select Board has approved a new town budget for the fiscal year 2015-2016, which includes a proposed 2.7 percent increase in taxes.

Family unhurt, pictures saved in Springfield fire

A late Wednesday night fire at a four-unit apartment building at 28 Myrtle Street is of undetermined origin, according to Springfield Fire Chief Russell Thompson.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Green Horn – Vol. 35, Edition 4

The January 20, 2015 edition of the award-winning student publication of Springfield High School.

Video: Town Budget Hearing

The entire Select Board Public Budget Hearing as recorded Monday night, January 19th for SAPA-TV.

Spaghetti supper benefits wrestling team

A spaghetti supper held Thursday night at the Elks Club raised nearly $900 for the Springfield Wrestling Team.

Hartford stifles Springfield for 46-28 victory

Hartford used a page out of the New England Patriots’ playbook on Wednesday night and took the air out of the ball — at least figuratively, anyway.

Hurricanes put the clamps on Springfield

Boys basketball at Springfield.
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