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.
For the second time in the last decade, Proctor’s varsity baseball team will journey to Cooperstown, NY to play on the Championship field at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
While many folks have appreciated the relatively mild winter so far, enthusiasts of outdoor winter recreation have been deprived of some of their favorite pastimes.
A standout in an otherwise routine meeting, Proctor resident Philip Anderson rose during public comment and expressed his frustration with the town’s approach to mosquito control.
Proctor is an oddity among Vermont’s mosaic of rectangles, a jagged-edged sliver of land along Otter Creek, nestled among Pittsford, Rutland, and West Rutland.