Friday, May 22, 2015

Springfield Area Habitat for Humanity seeks applications

The Greater Springfield Area Habitat for Humanity (GSVAHFH) is accepting applications for this three-bedroom, one-bath ranch at 41 Olive St., in Springfield.

Arrest warrant requested for Springfield woman

Authorities are on the lookout for a Springfield woman accused of scamming neighbors out of hundreds of dollars.

Springfield rallies past Green Mountain in extras

Boys baseball at Chester.

Springfield softball downs Rutland

One of Jade Twombly’s strongest performances of the year.

RVTC inducts 22 students to the National Technical Honor Society

Twenty-two students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society in a May 18 ceremony held at the River Valley Technical Center.

Advance Auto Parts opens first store in Springfield

Advance Auto Parts Inc., the largest automotive aftermarket parts provider in North America, opened its first store in Springfield beside Shaw’s Supermarket, on May 21. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be at 11:45 a.m. Friday, May 22.

Video: Capital Connections with Carol Lighthall

John O'Connor interviews Carol Lighthall, Executive Director of Springfield on the Move, about her organizations endeavors at revitalizing the town.

Help save iconic Vermont barn

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Police log

Recent arrestts and incidents logged by the Springfield Police Department.

MSJ rolls past Springfield

Boys baseball.

12-pack of soda is focus of charge

Two Springfield residents are accused of breaking into a concession stand and stealing a 12-pack of Mountain Dew.

Murder case leads to unrelated count

A Brattleboro man who was allegedly in New Hampshire with accused murderer Gregory Smith is accused of violating the conditions of his furlough.

Monday, May 18, 2015

Video: Moxley Union – Walking The Dog

Springfield's Fab Four released their first CD "Natural Man" on New Year's Eve. Now listen to 4 of the tracks online, all their own original compositions. Their CD is now available at Bibens Home Center small engines department on River Street. Small engines is attached to the car wash.

Springfield High School third quarter honors

Springfield loans $50,000 to SRDC for J&L environmental review

The town of Springfield has agreed to lends up to $50,000 interest-free to the Springfield Regional Development Corp. to do a final environmental report required before the development group can start the demolition of the old Jones & Lamson Machine Tool Co.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Springfield gives Ostrowski family more time to avoid demolition

The Springfield Select Board has given another person an extension on a demolition order for a dilapidated building.

Bellows Falls snaps Springfield's five-game win streak

Bellows Falls did what no baseball team has done since May began — beat Springfield.
Related story: Historic night under the lights at Hadley

Friday, May 15, 2015

North School Book & Plant Sale

This Saturday May 16th, 9 to 2. Bring the kids, lots of childrens books and a great playground on site.
Video: SAPA TV Steampunk Film Contest

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