Springfield Vermont Area News
Town of Rockingham Honors Dennis Knight | The Vermont Journal
ROCKINGHAM, VT -The Town of Rockingham 2013-2014 Annual Report was dedicated to longtime highway department employee Dennis Knight. French, 20 years old when he began working with the department through the State of Vermont Cedar Work Program in 1977, was hired full time by the highway department in…
Springfield Vermont Police News
- Voting takes place today, Tuesday March 3rd, at Riverside Middle School gymnasium, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- ANNUAL TOWN AND
SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING
The legal voters of the Town of Springfield and Town of Springfield School District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Springfield High School Cafeteria in said Town on Monday, March 2, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. (7:30 o’clock in the afternoon) to act upon all matters which may be voted upon by acclamation and not otherwise to be voted by ballot, following which all articles to be voted by Australian Ballot on March 3, 2015, will be discussed, and then to adjourn to the Riverside Middle School Gymnasium at 8:00 a.m. (8:00 o’clock in the forenoon) on March 3, 2015, to vote by ballot for Town and Town School District Officers, for all appropriations to be voted by ballot, and all other items of business to be voted by ballot.
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Arrest in Westminster Stabbing - Vermont State Police detectives have arrested Lonnie D. Place, 38, Westminster with manslaughter for the death of Michael Johnson. Investigation revealed he had stabbed Johnson in the residence on this date. Place was lodged on no bail on this date on a charge of manslaughter.The investigation continues into this case.Place will be arraigned in Windham District Court on 03/02/15.
Man killed at mobile home park
A 37-year-old Bellows Falls man died early Sunday morning after being stabbed in Westminster, state police said.
Charlestown Bridge Fixes Will Snag Travel
Charlestown — Motorists crossing the Cheshire Bridge connecting Charlestown with Springfield, Vt., over the Connecticut River can expect delays, possibly
- *****ROAD IS OPEN***** All units have or are in the process of clearing the scene on Furnace Street.
- *****ROAD CLOSING***** Clinton Street is going to be dropped down to one lane of traffic between Penguin & the PD within the next hour or so...they are taking down what is left of the Furnace St dilapidated house that is in danger of collapse. Please be extremely careful and proceed with excessive caution as emergency personnel will be in the roadway.
Weathersfield Accident Sends 2 To Hospital
I-91SB in Weathersfield was closed for a short time on Thursday after an accident sent two people to area hospitals. Police say just after 5 pm Amanda Anderson 58, of Rumney NH was driving south in...