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August 11th, 2014

North Country Credit Union To Move Orleans Branch

August 11, 2014

ORLEANS — The North Country Credit Union plans to move its banking facility from 21 Water Street to 12 Main Street, which is the former location of TD Bank.

Please see Tuesday's Newport Daily Express for the complete report.

Old Stone House Day

August 11, 2014

BROWNINGTON — The annual Old Stone House Day took place on Sunday with attendees enjoying yet another weekend of beautiful weather.

Please see The Newport Daily Express Tuesday for the full story and more photos.

Carolyn E. Toussaint

August 11, 2014

Toussaint–– Carolyn E., 80, formerly of Bellows Falls, VT died Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at the Newport Health Care Center.
For the full obituary see Monday's Express.

August 10th

Orleans County Weekend Festivals

August 10, 2014

Buddy the Clown kept children and adults alike happy at Derby Line Community Day with balloon animals and his bubble cart, which always attracts a following. Please see the back page for more photos. (Photo by Laura Carpenter)

For more photos from Derby Line Community Day, plus more from Jay Summer Fest and August West, please see The Newport Daily Express monday.

Newport City: Mayor Douses Self For A Good Cause

August 10, 2014

NEWPORT CITY — There are some people with warm enough hearts that they are willing to drench themselves in ice water for a good cause, in this case, the Ice Bucket Challenge. Mayor Paul Monette is one of those people.

Please see the complete story Monday in The Newport Daily Express.

Skateboarders Demonstrate Talents At Shred Fest

August 10, 2014

NEWPORT CITY - Friday afternoon in Gardner Park the music was blaring and the cheers were loud as dozens of skateboarders with all levels of expertise flaunted their stuff at the Newport Shred Fest.
Newport Shred Fest is a new event the Newport Parks and Recreation Department wants to bring to the city every year.

Please see Monday's Newport Daily Express for the full report and more photos.

August 7th

Vermont Entrepreneurs Pitch Business Ideas to Investors

August 7, 2014

LOWELL - Seven Vermont entrepreneurs looking for advice on growth and financial assistance pitched their ideas at Steve Mason and Trish Sears' barn, otherwise known as Kingdom Commons, Thursday during the first annual Barn Pitch.
Each presenter had an opportunity to address investors. The investors spent much of this week touring the state on motorcycle. Each day they made stops to hear pitches, as they did Thursday. The investors ended their tour Thursday evening with a press conference in Essex Junction.

For the rest of the story see Friday's Express

Act 250 Approves Jay Peak Rec Center

August 7, 2014

The District Environmental Commission #7 issued a Land Use Permit Amendment to Jay Peak Resort to construct an indoor recreation facility. The center will be located on State Side. Plans call for a 1,500 multi-level climbing activities, games, and theater space.
The permit has cleared local planning and zoning, but it took several meetings to reach an agreement. Local planners were concerned about parking issues and aesthetics. Planners attached conditions to the permit that deal with landscaping and pedestrian walkways with signage.

For the rest of the story see Friday's Express

August 6th

Gosselin Development Receives Permit for Sewer Line

August 6, 2014

DERBY–– The Gosselin development project received an Act 250 Land Use permit for a sewer line immediately after the City of Newport withdrew its request for party status and a hearing. The city received a letter from the Village of Derby Center requesting a sewer service area for the Gosselin development. The Newport City Council approved the sewer service and withdrew the city’s  request for an Act 250 hearing on the project.
For the full story see Thursday's Express.

Owners Of Unlicensed Dogs To Be Hounded Brighton Sends In The Law

August 6, 2014

BRIGHTON- Town Clerk Teresa Potwin confirmed Tuesday evening that thirty eight dogs in town have not been licensed.  Potwin advised the select board at their meeting she has sent letters and even follow up telephone calls to no avail.
For the complete story see Thursday's Express.


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