Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Wiese named principal of Union Street School

Nancy Wiese was born in Springfield, grew up in Springfield, and graduated from Springfield High School. On Monday night, she was hired to be principal of one of the town’s two elementary schools, Union Street School. Wiese, 50, was the unanimous choice of the Springfield School Board.

Grant helps seniors attend free ‘chair yoga’ classes

Fourteen senior citizens took part in a new, free program in Springfield that offers Kripalu yoga with a certified instructor.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Police log

Recent arrests and incidents logged by the Springfield Police Department.

Monday, May 2, 2016

Vermont legend 'Arlo Mudgett' joins staff of motorcycling website

He’s a character, both figuratively and literally, and now Arlo Mudgett has joined RIDE-CT & RIDE-NewEngland as a contributing writer and columnist. His real name is Bob Furman and he’s a longtime radio personality and newspaper columnist in southern Vermont using the Arlo Mudgett moniker.

Springfield Area Obituaries

Springfield turns back Mill River in playoff opener

The Cosmos found themselves trailing at multiple points during Monday’s VPA Unified Basketball quarterfinal playoff game against Mill River. Each time Springfield fell behind, there was a response and it carried them to a 55-46 win.

Alex Richardson wins 2nd straight state championship

Springfield junior Alex Richardson captured first-place honors at the VT State USBC Youth Scholarship Handicap Singles bowling tournament at Bennington Lanes Saturday.

Your river story will help improve our rivers

Do you care about your rivers? Join the Connecticut River Watershed Council and Art for Water in creating a “river of words” to draw attention to five major hydro-operations including Vernon, Bellows Falls, Wilder Dams to north of Hanover, NH.

VTel: Wireless signal reaches 95% of planned territory

The president of Vermont Telephone Co. broke his silence Thursday and testified in front of two key legislative committees about the company’s progress on a $116 million telecommunications project.

Cosmos defeat BF

If someone had charged admission ay Saturday's girls tennis match between of Bellows Falls and Springfield, it's doubtful that those in attendance could have complained about not getting their money's worth

GM nips Springfield

Last season, Springfield and Green Mountain baseball faced off in Chester and the game went extras. The Cosmos won that game after a series of comebacks from both teams. Saturday’s game saw a similar game play out, but this time it was GM holding off the Cosmos in the late innings to win 9-8.

Springfield downs GM

Springfield traveled to Green Mountain just a few weeks ago. The Cosmos did not feel they played their best game in that 4-1 win and Saturday they got another shot at GM, this time at home, under the lights.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Chieftains rally to edge Cosmos

Green Mountain scored seven runs in the fourth inning then held the fort for a 9-8 Marble Valley League win over Springfield Saturday at Paul Adams Field.

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Girls Tennis: Springfield 4, Otter Valley 3

The Cosmos won the first three singles and edged the Otters for the first victory of the year.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Springfield Elks Lodge 'Elk of the Year'

Shown here with Springfield Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Vicki Siliski is Jackie Driscoll-Page chosen as the 2015/2016 Springfield Elks Lodge 1560 “Elk of the Year”.

Project planners share environmental study findings for airport upgrades

The local state-owned Hartness Airport is scheduled to undergo improvements to the runways, parking apron and hangars.

Cosmos' unified team records third straight win on Senior Day

Jade Craft paced a balanced scoring attack as Springfield won its third straight game Thursday, defeating Brattleboro 35-27. The Cosmos wrap up their inaugural campaign with a 3-2 regular season record.

Springfield shakes off rust to defeat Twin Valley

Since winning its first game of the season on April 15, Springfield had been dormant until Thursday afternoon. Twin Valley took advantage of some miscues early on while the Cosmos were shaking off the rust, but in the end Springfield took care of business with a 15-9 win.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Uncovered government docs prove chemtrails real

Video: Luke Rudkowski of We Are talks with U.S Air Force whistleblower Kristen Meghan about her conclusions and observations regarding the U.S military connection with chemtrails.

April 29, 2016 – Springfield Shopping Plaza

Softball: Brattleboro 14, Springfield 1

Hannah Wilson banged out three hits and gave up only two herself in leading the Colonels past Springfield, the Cosmos' first loss in six games. Brattleboro's record goes to 4-0.
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