Sunday, February 18, 2018

OLLI presents: Gold mines of New England

Jim Pecora will present “Gold Mines of New England,” the next OLLI-Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program, on Tuesday, Feb. 27.

Springfield Elks Lodge 1560 hosted annual awards night


On Saturday night, Feb. 10, Springfield Elks Lodge 1560 celebrated their Membership Recognition night for 2017/2018 with a Valentine’s Day theme dinner and dance party.

Flu puts strain on hospitals


The emergency room visits from this season’s flu outbreak are higher than any in more than a decade, so much that area hospitals lack the beds to help many victims.

Springfield High School presents “Anne of Avonlea”


Springfield High School Theater Department presents “Anne of Avonlea” by Jeanette Carlisle. Early next month, 3 performances.

Friday, February 16, 2018

Join us for Library Game Night


Join us at the Springfield Town Library on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 4-7 p.m., for a fun-filled evening for young and old of board gaming co-hosted by Dark Mountain Games.

Springfield tops Twin Valley

The Springfield girls basketball team defeated Twin Valley on Thursday, 58-26.

Big wrestling weekend coming up

Wrestling is going gangbusters in Springfield, Vermont! A whole weekend of grappling greatness is planned for early March. Special guest Erin Clodgo, three-time US Open champ and world-class wrestler.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Business Spotlight: Wholistic Wellness Center


Wholistic Wellness Center in Springfield is a quiet, peaceful space with a small community of independent professionals who are all gathered to provide an array of wellness services, including: physical therapy, therapeutic massage, psychotherapy, and energy medicine.

Brady/Callahan announces name change to Brady/Donahue

Brady/Callahan, a Springfield, Vermont-based law firm, is pleased to announce that it has changed its name to Brady/Donahue.

AP reports Smith trial verdict wrongly

In a story Feb. 13 about the jury verdict in the trial of a man charged with shooting another man to death, The Associated Press erroneously reported the charge.

Is your TV watching you? Latest models raise concerns

Feb 10, 2018: "One of the great new technologies we have here at ESPN is that we can look at YOU in your house through your TV!"

Third annual Springfield Winter Carnival brings fun for all


Carnival events over the weekend included snow kayak racing, sledding, a snowman building contest, an evening bonfire and fireworks.

Blood drive swoons on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day traditionally provides an opportunity to share sentiments from the heart. At the Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, it provided donors a chance to share from the heart more literally.

Springfield Area Obituaries

               
Don Connor died February 14.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Love is long lasting for these couples


Video: How to love genuinely

Tibetan nun Tenzin Palmo explains how romanticism makes us confuse genuine love with attachment - and how that causes suffering in relationships.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Early action on marijuana, more pressing issues await

Report from Rep. Tom Bock, state representative from the Windsor 3-1 District, which includes Chester, Andover, Baltimore and North Springfield.

Jury unable to reach a verdict on second degree murder in Springfield shooting

After deliberating a total of six hours, a Windsor County jury returned a guilty verdict to a lesser offense of voluntary manslaughter against Springfield resident Greg Smith just before noon on Tuesday.
Video: Sledding in Springfield, Vermont




Video by Gary Klimeck

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