Archive - Jun 25, 2013
NEWPORTâWith a steady drizzle making playing conditions less than ideal, the North Country 12-U baseball team quickly and efficiently disposed of Northfield 10- in four innings on Tuesday evening.
Aidan Gariepy paced the maroon and blue, blasting a three-run home run in the first for the game winning runs, and then ended the game with an RBI single in the fourth.
Much like the day before, Vermont State Cal Ripken Commissioner Bernie Gonyaw opened the day with a ceremonial first pitch.
Then North Country went to work.
NEWPORTâIsaac Bliss hit a two-run home run in the first inning and his teammates would score five more runs in the fifth inning, as North Country bested Lake Region 7-1 to kick off the 10-U district tournament on Monday.
After darkening skies threatened to post-pone the start of the tournament, the sun made an appearance for the duration of the game, and the two teams were able to get their game in.
Vermont State Cal Ripken Commissioner Bernie Gonyaw threw out the ceremonial first pitch, and after that it was game on.
NEWPORT CITY - Last week a local resident expressed safety concerns to the city council about the planned Anc Bio complex at the former Bogner building. Monday night Bill Stenger, a partner with the South Korean Firm, rebutted the concerns.Â
For more of the story, see Wednesday's Express.
DERBY â The IROC facility has sold. Thatâs the word from Phil White, the facilityâs former executive director. The buildingâs use will change and will no longer be a community recreation facility White said. When asked about the new owners or new use White said he has âno idea.â
For the rest of the story, see Wednesday's Express.