Archive - 2014
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Newport Country Club officials report that sometime late Monday night or early Tuesday morning vandals caused approximate $2,000 damage on the property.
Please see Wednesday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
A new law restricting idling vehicles went into effect in May. With some notable exceptions the law prohibits idling vehicles for more than five minute every hour.
Please see Wednesday's Newport Daily Express for the full story.
North Country golfer Katie Goulet competed in the New England Girls Golf Championship at the Bretwood Golf Course in Keene NH on Monday. She scored an 84 for the day, going 39 and 45. She reported she had a number of birdie opportunities, but had to settle for pars. The second nine provided her with more sand shots than she wanted. Over 60 girls representing six New England states competed for the title, which was won with a score of 72. Katieâ€™s score placed her in the top 20 players. Katie has had a great freshman year and looks forward to next season.
NEWPORTâ€“Newport City and Derby squared off on Monday night for the Babe Ruth 12-U Softball League Championship in Gardner Park, and with a 5-run outpouring in the bottom of the 6th inning, Newport City was able to wake away with a 7-3 win and the championship trophy.
"The girls take three to four innings to get going, it has been an on-going thing all year, but they usually come out late in the game to prevail," said NC coach Eric Cotnoir.
Allen Had Previous Conviction
NEWPORT CITY â€“ A Barton man previously convicted of lewd and lascivious conduct with a child and possession of child pornography was held Monday at the Northern State Correctional Facility on $250,000 bail after he pleaded not guilty to six felony charges of possessing child pornography.
William Allen, 29, could face more charges.
Colton Chenard was released with conditions Monday after pleading not guilty to four felony charges of possessing child pornography. Chenard previously posted $25,000 bail.
Train derailments are starting to become a common occurrence on the railways throughout North America.
Please see the Newport Daily Express Tuesday for the full story.
The water project in Derby Line designed to increase water flow is underway and going very well, Brian Fletcher, director of Public Works in the village, said.
Please see Tuesday's Newport Daily Express Tuesday for the full story.
The Jay Planning and Zoning Commission has approved Jay Peak Resortâ€™s plan for an amphitheater.
Please see Monday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The director of Turning Points, an alternative education school, will meet with the Derby Planning Commission on July 7, to discuss the possibility of making the former Citizens Utilities building its new home.
Please see Monday's Newport Daily Express for the full report.
ISLAND POND â€” U. S. Army Col. Pierre Gervais, an Island Pond native, and one of the highest ranking members of the U. S. military from the Northeast Kingdom, is re-deploying to Afghanistan, where he will be assigned to a NATO task force.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Monday for the complete story.