Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Market Madness returns September 5th

The fourth annual downtown Springfield Market Madness event will be held this coming Saturday.

Video: Market Madness

Monday, August 31, 2015

Al Pinders, 'Mr. Furman," still a fixture on Main Street

Al Pinders, 86, is the unofficial mayor of Springfield.

Police: Man found crawling ‘like a zombie’

A Springfield man who police said was crawling “like a zombie” while under the influence of “bath salts” has been sentenced to two months in jail.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Terriers take Cosmos to school in opener

When new Springfield coach Rich Saypack got his first look at his schedule he knew that moving the game with Bellows Falls from the usual end-of-the-season skirmish to the first game of the season was probably not a good thing for his young Cosmos.

Housing groups buy Woolson Block in Springfield

Housing Vermont Inc. and the Springfield Housing Authority on Thursday put $25,000 toward what they hope will be their future renovation of the downtown Woolson Block.

Vacation Bible School donates to Springfield Family Center

The Springfield Family Center would like to sincerely thank the participants in the 2015 Vacation Bible School at the Springfield Assembly of God.

Police: bank ATM 'destroyed' in attempted midnight heist

Police said a patrolman working the graveyard shift discovered the drive-up ATM to Citizens Bank in the Springfield Plaza had been "completely destroyed" Wednesday in an alleged attempt to steal cash.

ArtStream trailer: Art gallery on wheels

A 1969 silver Globetrotter Airstream travel trailer, converted to a mobile art gallery, rolled into Springfield on Thursday, showcasing eight artists who usually can be seen at the Frog Hollow Vermont State Craft Center.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Citizens Bank ATM destroyed

On August 25th at around 03:40 am the Citizens Bank ATM was found destroyed. Please contact Detective Sergeant Patrick of the Springfield Police Department at 802-885-2113if you think you recognize anyone in the surveilance camera images.

Jennywren owner leaves Chamber to focus on café

The executive director of the Springfield Chamber of Commerce is leaving -- for the other side of Main Street.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Video: Glider Academy

Teens learn how to fly gliders, some of them taking solo flights at the Hartness State Airport in Springfield. Part of a week long camp organized by the Northeast Region of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP), the official civilian auxiliary of the United States Air Force since 1941.

Times and faces changing on southern Vermont grids

Springfield reloads with a new coach, Bellows Falls gets younger and Windsor gets lighter — make that a LOT lighter — up front as the 2015 football season dawns.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

New Springfield signs erected by Rotary Club

New signs welcoming people to Springfield have been erected by the Springfield Rotary Club.

Springfield on the Move revive lampposts

Carrying out an initiative of the Springfield On the Move design committee, downtown lampposts are being brought back to life.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Bishop gets temporary reprieve from demolition order

The attorney for the owner of a downtown building under a town demolition order won a postponement of an appeal hearing after he complained he hadn’t received the correct engineer’s report on the dilapidated Valley Street building.

Senior housing fire sends two to hospital

An early-morning fire at the Huber Building in downtown Springfield sent two residents of the senior housing project to the hospital, and caused $500,000 in damage.

Martone says it’s time for charter revision

Select Board member Walter Martone thinks it’s about time the Springfield town charter is updated.

Springfield Moose Lodge supports Special Olympics

The Springfield Moose Lodge #679 recently donated $526 to the local Special Olympics Team known as “The Double U’s.”
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