Archive - Nov 21, 2011 - News Article
JAY, VT - They just canâ€™t stop building at Jay, and now the pressure is on to finish for the holidays.
A special â€śopeningâ€ť will be held at the new water park the Friday following Thanksgiving.
In addition, work is almost done on the golf course condos.
For more information, go to www.jaypeakresort.com.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Officials from Keene Medical Products are strongly denying allegations of sexual harassment and of intentional infliction of emotional harm to a former employee, Heather O' Neil. O'Neil has filed a complaint against Keene claiming Newport Branch Manager Joseph Lemieux and others engaged in the offensive behavior.
Oâ€™Neil said Lemieux, and at times other men in the office, subjected her to severe and pervasive sexual harassment in the form of cruel sexual taunts, lewd and offensive sexually explicit language and invitations to engage in inappropriate activity.
BURLINGTON, VT â€“ Vermont Ballet Theater is returning for its seventh season with their luxurious production of The Nutcracker ballet.
With four sold-out performances last year at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts in Burlington, it has quickly become a Christmas tradition for Vermont families.
DERBY - Preparations for the annual community Thanksgiving Day celebration are well underway. Work began weeks ago and many people are involved to make the day a special and memorable event.
The event is Thursday at the Elks Club in Derby, and the Area Agency on Aging is coordinating everything along with the Elks Club.
High school culinary arts students and several local restaurants are preparing the feast.
Thursday morning, a group of volunteers will begin preparing for home delivery to those who cannot make it to the meal.