Archive - Dec 11, 2011 - News Article
NEWPORT CENTER, VT - It wouldnâ€™t be December without early winter accidents as drivers become accustomed to icy road conditions.
Vermont State Police reported no injuries in a two-vehicle crash on the Collins Mill Road in Newport Center Sunday.
Senior Trooper Andrew Jensen reported that Danielle Gabucci, 16, of Westfield, lost control of her 1999 Toyota Camry while attempting to negotiate a sharp curve and collided with a 2000 GMC pick-up truck being operated by David Heath, 59, of Newport Center.
BARTON, VT - This past weekend, Vermont Family Theater put on two performances of the Nutcracker with a cast made up up of children and one adult.
The classic story was a perfect addition to the Christmas season.
Both the young and the old flocked to the theater to enjoy the tale. With a nearly packed house for both performances, the kids danced their hearts out to the delight of the audiences.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Americans across the country took time to recognize World War II Veterans, also known as the Greatest Generation. Saturday, about a dozen area residents gathered in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Alfred Pepin Post #798 to honor the veterans from that era.
Holding such events is important so nobody forgets what happened on Dec. 7, 1941, said Floyd Ellis, post commander. â€śI was just a child at the time. I can just imagine what they went through.â€ť
World War II veterans are rapidly dying and soon they will become a thing of the past, said Post Trustee Rick Kelley.