Proctor teacher and Selectboard member Benjamin J. Curtis, 46, died unexpectedly after the car he was driving went off the road in Proctor last Friday afternoon, February 17.
Joan Elizabeth Alger, age 87, passed away on Saturday, January 20, 2024, at Rutland Regional Medical Center with her loving family by her side.
The star of this particular story is Mitchell Knowles. In February of 2022, while walking with his family on a trail in Burlington, he noticed an offering by a community group to help people explore the great outdoors during the winter months.
She enjoyed decorating for all the holidays. She loved to knit and sew and working in her flower gardens. She attended the Union Church of Proctor.
The Proctor Skating Rink is proud to offer a new $50K playground, made possible by a generous grant from the Mortimer Proctor Fund.
About two dozen families came out to the Proctor Skating Rink on Saturday morning for pancakes and hugs with the Easter Bunny, who arrived on the scene in a Proctor Fire Department truck, much to the delight of parents and children alike.
In a set of single-candidate races, Proctor voters elected the following officials.
Approximately 120 people crowded into the gymnasium at the Proctor Junior-Senior High School for Proctor’s 2023 Town Meeting on Monday evening.
Franklin’s fundraiser nets $1,574.15 for Proctor baseball team to go to Cooperstown.
It’s time for Town Meeting! We are the lucky heirs of a great New England tradition of community debate. Be sure to read up on what’s up for a vote this year in your town.