Tag Archives: Ludlow

Local News
August 1, 2018

Nicoll unopposed for Rutland-Windsor 2

By Stephen Seitz

LUDLOW—Barring a successful write-in attempt, Democratic selectman Logan Nicoll, a lifelong Ludlow resident, will be representing Shrewsbury, Mount Holly and Ludlow in the House next year.

“I ran in the last cycle, but couldn’t put enough time into campaigning,” he said. “I…

5 fun events this weekend
Local News
July 6, 2018

5 fun events this weekend

Some towns continue to celebrate Indpendence Day this weekend. From concerts to barbecues and fireworks, there’s something for everybody. Here are our top picks:

 Brandon Independence Celebration

Jul 6 @ 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Brandon’s Independence Day Celebration begins with Street…

Local News
June 20, 2018

Ludlow infant strangled; mother, boyfriend statements differ

By Alan J. Keays / VTDigger

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Vermont State Police say the death earlier this year of an 11-month-old boy from Ludlow has been ruled a homicide, with the cause of death determined to be asphyxiation from strangulation or smothering.

While police are…

Derby Day Gala supports community TV
Uncategorized
May 4, 2018

Derby Day Gala supports community TV

Saturday, May 5, 5 p.m.—LUDLOW—Okemo Valley TV will hold its seventh annual Derby Gala on Kentucky Derby Day, Saturday, May 5, at Willie Dunn’s Grille at the Okemo Valley Golf Course in Ludlow from 5-8 p.m.

The gala serves as the primary annual fundraiser event for Okemo…

State News
April 11, 2018

Route 103 road resurfacing to begin April 16

The Vermont Agency of Transportation notifies the traveling public that Route 103 from Rockingham to Clarendon will be resurfaced this spring and summer. This project will proceed through Rockingham, portions of Chester, Cavendish, portions of Ludlow, Mount Holly, Wallingford, Shrewsbury and Clarendon.

The contractor, Pike…

Local News
March 21, 2018

Safety discussions at Two Rivers

By Stephen Seitz

LUDLOW—A recent school shooting in Florida and a close call in Fair Haven, where a student plot was foiled in time, have school systems everywhere pondering their safety measures, and the Two Rivers Supervisory Union is one of them.

“School safety is…

Local News
February 1, 2018

Ludlow to revote on school district merger with Mount Holly

By Stephen Seitz

LUDLOW— Here we go again. On Feb. 6 the towns of Ludlow and Mount Holly will once again vote  on whether  to create the Ludlow-Mount Holly Unified Union School District (LMHUUSD). The first vote (approved by both towns) was held Nov. 28. In…

Column
January 3, 2018

How much would $1 be worth now if invested in 1802?

By Kevin Theissen

Professor Jeremy Siegel of the Wharton School put together a chart of real returns for various investment asset classes, adjusted for inflation, that shows what would have happened if you had invested one dollar in 1802 and held it through Dec. 31, 2012.