Friday, December 19, 2014

This Fellows shapes wood

His forebears made world-famous machines that cut metal, but Russ Fellows has an affinity for wood.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Top cop cozies up to Homer

On a recent visit to the Chamber of Commerce office, Springfield Police chief Doug Johnston couldn't resist taking a moment from his duties to pose with the Simpsons, now decked out for the holidays.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Cosmos gut one out over BF

Playing tough when it counted, Springfield held on for a 34-32 win over Bellows Falls Tuesday night at Dressell Gym in a Division II boys basketball contest.

Paving, equipment woes on radar as budget process begins

Springfield is millions of dollars behind schedule on money it should be putting into road maintenance and equipment replacement, according to Public Works Director Jeffrey Strong.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Dr. Root on Vermont Board 10 years now

Twin State Psychological Services is pleased to announce that Dr. Richard Root, Board Certified Clinical Psychologist, has completed 10 years of service as a member of the Vermont Board of Psychological Examiners.

Friends of Springfield Town Library host annual holiday open house

Residents of Springfield and the surrounding area gathered in the Springfield Town Library Friday, December 12 for the library’s annual holiday open house.

One year after target date, state still striving for broadband 'last mile'

But VTel president Michel Guite says his company is on schedule to serve more than 60,000 Vermonters, using about $115 million dollars in federal grants and loans to build an extensive wireless system.

Dream horse for sale

Donovan, a black Morgan horse gelding.

BBA edges Springfield in girls hoops

Girls basketball at Manchester.

Monday, December 15, 2014

RVTC's Pre Technical Studies class participates in community service project

Counselor Ally Oswald and students with boxes of donated shoes.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

SEVCA seeks personal care items

This holiday season, Southeastern Vermont Community Action in Hartford, Springfield and Bellows Falls is collecting personal care items for families in need.

Friday, December 12, 2014

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