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  • Healthcare Debate Comes to Ludlow October 20

    Local News

    While we have been hearing sound bits from Montpelier and other power centers in the state about the impact of Act 48, aka Green Mountain Care, the legislation passed by the Legislature to enable a detailed study of single p ...

  • It’s that time of year

    Local News

    Pictured above is a scene from the Reading-Cavendish area that captures the mood and tranquility of our foliage season. photo by Ralph Pace   Thursday, October 13 -- The Ludlow Garden Club will be having its monthly ...

  • FEMA Remains in Ludlow

    Local News

    While a number of the FEMA offices throughout the state will be closing shortly, the temporary FEMA office in Ludlow, located in the Okemo Marketplace across from the entrance to Okemo Mountain Resort, will remain open.&nbsp ...

  • FEMA Sets Up Shop in Ludlow

    Local News

    Representatives from FEMA and the SBA have setup temporary regional headquarters in the Okemo Marketplace in Ludlow to deal with requests for assistance by those who suffered losses as a result of Tropical Storm Irene. Earli ...

  • Ludlow Celebrates 250 Years

    Local News

    Ludlow Celebrates 250th Birthday It was a weekend that many will remember as Ludlow celebrated its 250th anniversary of its creation when Benning Wentworth, the Royal governor of New Hampshire, signed the charter that broug ...

  • “Ludlow Celebrates 250th Birthday”

    Columns  > Opinion

    This is a big weekend in Ludlow. It was exactly 250 years ago that Benning Wentworth, the Royal Governor of New Hampshire, approved the charter that created the Town of Ludlow.  The precise date was September 16, 1761 ...

  • Ludlow Begins Recovery from Irene

    Columns  > Opinion

    It was a savage blow to Ludlow but the people of Ludlow showed the strength to strike back at the flood created by Irene by just deciding that they could overcome the devastation Irene leveled at them. While the adage "that ...

  • Ludlow Announces Flag Design for 250th Anniversary

    To commemorate its 250th anniversary of the issuance of the charter that created the Town of Ludlow, the Ludlow 250 Committee, working with logo designer Christa Valente and the Okemo Print Shop, has decided that the custom ...

  • Ludlow Readies Flags for 250th

    With the semiquincentennial celebration for Ludlow just a little over a month away, plans are in extra fast motion to prepare for the festivities on September 16 and 17. The Ludlow 250 Committee (that's a lot easier to say a ...

  • Postman Still Rings in Black River

    With the recent release of over 3,600 post offices to be considered for closure, with 14 of them slated for Vermont, the towns in the Black River area around Ludlow, Cavendish, Weathersfield, and Springfield, learned that no ...

  • Healthcare-To Be or Not To Be”

    With all the talk coming out of Montpelier (and, now, everywhere in Vermont), FOLA (Friends of Ludlow Auditorium) has decided that it's time to have a public forum where all sides to the debate may be heard. Consequently, ...

  • Bridges Open Again

    Local News

    After much bally-hoo, worrying, and desperation, the bridges of Chester are now reopened and functional. Construction crews worked overtime to replace the two Rte 103 bridges just south of the main business district in Ches ...

  • Ludlow Has Fireworks!

    Local News

    Whether you viewed them from West Hill, where they actually occurred, or from Gill Home hill, or from one of the many lovely sites on South Hill, Ludlow's fireworks display last Saturday was a special event. It was in keepin ...