Archive - Dec 4, 2011
DERBY â On Friday afternoon, Katy Murray, a manager at the Indoor Recreation of Orleans County (IROC), started to go to the second floor of the complex and noticed smoke in the sports arena.
IROC staff members evacuated the building and called 911 at 3:30 p.m.
NEWPORT CITY â Hundreds of local families enjoyed a meal fit for a king at the traditional Tony Pomerleau Christmas Party, held at the East Side Restaurant Saturday. Pomerleau, a Burlington real-estate developer and Newport native, pays for the meal in Newport as well as one in Burlington as his way of giving back to the community.
Besides the meal, the children received a free present, had their photo taken with Santa Claus and had an opportunity to wrap Christmas ornaments to give to family members.
NEWPORT - Newport was alive and hopping for the Magic on Main event, which began with a tree lighting ceremony and the hand bell-ringers performance at the Goodrich Memorial Library. The performance was followed by candy canes, cookies and other goodies in the library.
Santa's Workshop was open in the former Landing Clothing store building, now owned by Tony Pomerleau, where Santa Claus took his famous seat and listened as children told him what they wanted for Christmas.
ORLEANSâComing off a season that took them to the Division Two State Finals, the Lake Region Lady Rangers basketball team will have their work cut out for them if they wish to get back to Barre in 2012.
Head Coach Mark Tinker is realistic about what he lost from last season, but that means in no way he is not confident about his team this year.
"It is going to be different. We graduated some seniors that have been pretty instrumental in the program since they were freshman and sophomores and on up through.