Archive - Oct 1, 2013
NEWPORT CITY â Monday afternoon the North Country Supervisory Union hosted an open house at their new location on Duchess Avenue. The move from the former Newport Hospital on Highland Avenue was necessary as the building is being renovated and turned into housing units.
The new facility will host the high school's alternative program, supervisory union staff, and, in an adjacent building, early childhood programs.
For more of this story, read Wednesday's Newport Daily Express for Oct. 2, 2013.
BARTON â Peter LeBlanc started work at Green Mountain Nursery in Irasburg in 1991 and two years later used his entrepreneurial spirit to start a landscaping business, Nature By Design.
The company moved to its present location on RT 5 between the villages of Barton and Orleans in the year 2000. A wide variety of trees, shrubs, flowering plants, and fruit trees are displayed as part of LeBlanc's substantial inventory. In addition, garden ornaments, sun dials, fountains, wind chimes, and metal suns are a part of the garden ornaments and accessories offered at the store.
Mayor Paul Monette appeared in court in Newport Tuesday where he entered a guilty plea to driving while under the influence. He was given a probationary sentence with conditions, community work service and a fine. Later, he read a statement in which he apologized for his behavior.
For more of this story, read Wednesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for Oct. 2, 2013.