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    The Fort at No. 4 Readies for Season Opening | The Vermont Journal
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    CHARLESTOWN, NH- Wendy Baker, the Director of Fort No. 4, looked skyward while assisting in pre- season cleanup and saw a bald eagle fly overhead. The sighting is symbolic of the Fort at No. 4’s new season grand opening the weekend of May 10th and 11th.
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    Wisest Man on Earth? | The Vermont Journal
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    SAXTONS RIVER, VT - During my years in public relations and marketing it was an honor to serve wise men and women who were college presidents, chancellors and governors.But there is one man who has always reminded me that the gift of knowledge is best gained from a variety of natural sources. It is…

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  • 1 Brown Boxer running loose area of Ethan Allen Associates Rte 10 & Amsden Hill Road/Davidson Hill Road....Concerned passerby trying to catch them...If he is yours please call 885-2113....
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    Armed Robbery

    04-23-014 / 14:59 Hours

    SUMMARY OF INCIDENT:

    Springfield Police Responded to the Jenny Wren Café for an armed robbery. A white male, less than 30 years old, with brown eyes and wearing a red hoodie sweatshirt entered the store with a black handgun and demanded money. He was given an undisclosed amount of money. Any one with information regarding this crime contact the Springfield Police Department at 802-885-2113.
  • *****THEFT ACTIVITY*****

    Last evening, the Furnace, Olive, Bacon, Merrill Street areas were victim to subject(s) going thru unlocked vehicles and taking anything of value they could.
  • North School Recreation Park. Volunteers of all ages are invited to join members of the North School Preservation Society in sprucing up the park for the warm days ahead. Whether you come for the full 3 hours or arrive near the end, your efforts will be much appreciated in helping us maintain this public park. Bring yard tools if you have them.

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    Calendar Event: Spring Clean-Up Day. 9:00 AM, Sat Apr 26th 2014 to 12:00 PM, Sat Apr 26th 2014 America/New_York
  • The River Valley Workforce Investment Board hosts the third annual River Valley Employment Fair on Wednesday, April 23, from 3 to 6 p.m. at Nolin-Murray Meeting Center, 40 Summer St., Springfield.

    Employers attending — and hiring — include Leddy Group, PepsiCo, ADA Traffic Control,Black River Produce, Heartland Automotive Services, Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), Moore Nanotechnology Systems, Cedar Hill Continuing Care Community, SEI/Aaron’s, Red River, Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Vermont and Hampshire, Jeld-Wen, Len-Tex Corporation, Amcomm Wireless, Vermont Agency of Transportation, Londonderry Data Center, and Home Depot.

    The fair is a joint effort of the River Valley Workforce Investment Board (WIB), the Vermont Department of Labor, Creative Workforce Solutions, and the River Valley Technical Center (RVTC).

    Organizers say the event is aimed at connecting local job seekers with area seasonal and permanent jobs, and showcasing resources and training programs that will give job seekers a strong advantage in meeting their career goals.

    This employment fair is the most recent project of the River Valley Workforce Investment Board (WIB) whose mission is to link business and education communities to bridge the gap between the workforce of today and the one we need tomorrow.

    WIB serves Andover, Baltimore, Cavendish, Chester, Grafton, Landgrove, Londonderry, Ludlow, Plymouth, Reading, Rockingham, Springfield, Weathersfield, West Windsor, Weston, Windsor, and Windham, and their surrounding communities.

    For more information, contact Suzanne Groenewold at either 802-885-8310 or sgroenewold@rvt.org. There is no fee for job seekers to participate in the fair

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  • Excellent turn out at the 21st Annual Celebrate Young Children Fair. Lots of youngsters went home with goody bags filled with badges; stickers; whistles and more!! Members of the PD, with most gratefully assistance from the vendor of our new ID equipment, passed out over 150 new snazzy child IDs. We know that there were many other events going on today, with Easter being tomorrow. We will keep you posted here on our page when and where child IDs will be issued again for those unable to make it to today's event. Members of the PD thank you all for coming and may you have a wonderfully safe weekend and a Happy Easter!!

 

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