Sunday, May 20, 2018

Criminal case pending for new assistant principal

A newly hired assistant principal in the Springfield School District was arrested last fall for simple assault and criminal mischief, according to court records.

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Cosmos turn tables on Mill River

The Cosmos, who lost to Mill River 22-4 a week ago, held on for a nail-biting 5-4 win over the Minutemen in a Division II game at Birsky-Wyman Field Friday.

Springfield woman facing up to life in prison after being charged with multiple sales of fentanyl

Less than a month after her mother was arrested for allegedly selling fentanyl, a 30-year-old Springfield woman has pleaded innocent to three felony counts alleging that she too sold the drug from the family's apartment on Wall Street to informants earlier this year.

Friday, May 18, 2018

River Valley Technical Center offers Tech Camp

Intro to Video Production and Film Making is just one of the exciting offerings that will be available or campers this year at River Valley Technical Center's Tech Camp. Other programs include Let's Get Cooking where they learn basic cooking skills.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Video: Chamber's May Mixer held in new restaurant

The Springfield Regional Chamber Commerce held their monthly gathering for members today, hosted by Gallery at the VAULT and the new restaurant next door. The Copper Fox begins serving the public this Friday, May 18. (Music by the Stringfield Springers)

Springfield May Festival will include food, crafts, music

The eighth annual 2018 May Festival will feature a plant sale, food, crafts, flea market, art show and entertainment, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 19 at the Unitarian Universalist Church.   Photo by Diane Kemble

Chamber thanks community for successful Green Up Day

The weather cooperated beautifully for this year’s Green Up Day, and the 48th annual event was a great success! The Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce was joined Saturday, May 5 by more than 100 community members helping to Green Up Springfield and the surrounding areas.

Green Up Day synergy in Springfield

Bright sunshine, blue skies, and comfortable temperatures put spring in the steps of the many volunteers digging, planting, spreading mulch, and picking up trash at the People’s United Bank parking lot Saturday morning, May 5.

Cosmos softball rolls past visiting Hartford, 17-7

Springfield softball opened up with four runs in the first innings, five more in the second, and four more in the third for an early 13-4 lead, and would use this advantage to coast through the rest of the game, beating the Hartford Hurricanes 17-7 on Wednesday night.

$3,000 a month, that ain't hay! (oh yes it is)

VINE Sanctuary in Springfield cares for over 600 rescued farm animals, spending at least $3K a month on hay. Today they are participating in the statewide Vermont Gives Day online fundraiser. Every dollar donated will buy 10 pounds of hay.

Delta Dental Plan of VT awards $120,000

The Delta Dental Plan of Vermont Board of Trustees approved a two-year grant of $120,000 to the Vermont Head Start / Early Head Start programs to support the Vermont Head Start Association Tooth Tutor program.

Brigham out, Saypack in to head athletics in Springfield

The Springfield High School Cosmos have a new interim athletic director in the midst of spring sports season.

Student Art Festival

The Springfield High School Arts Department invites families and neighbors to enjoy the artistic work of our students this year, on display for the eyes and ears during the annual Arts Festival on Thursday, May 24 at the high school.

Stern to seek GOP nomination for governor

Keith Stern, 62, of North Springfield, has been planning to run for governor since last summer. Stern said the state is “broken.” “Something has to be done about it," he said. "I didn’t hear anybody else with tangible ideas so I said, ‘let me do it."

Local results from North and South CVC Track Meets

Springfield’s Cadence Wheeler splashes down 40’ 5.5” from his initial takeoff to win the 2018 Connecticut Valley Conference Championship in Triple Jump on May 8th.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Betrayed: Can gun-rights activists 'Take Back Vermont'?

Since Governor Scott dropped his long-held opposition to new gun laws in February and called for an array of firearm regulations, he has faced a revolt from some of his most fervent supporters.

HCRS trains law enforcement and crisis workers

Health Care and Rehabilitation Services, southeastern Vermont’s non-profit community mental-health agency, held a Team Two Training session April 27 at the Hartford Police Department for 25 first responders.

Video: 'It's the Trump Economy, Stupid'


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