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Eastside Shops Open in Time for the Prom

May 2, 2012

NEWPORT – The Shops at the Eastside in Newport are expanding and now offer bridal gowns, formal dresses, tuxedos, new shoe lines and all the accessories. The shops are in the same building as the Eastside Restaurant, a family run business.
Jarrett Gray, who runs the shops, says the new products offer customers options for shopping in the area. Gray is focusing on quality customer service. When needed, he goes out in the field to help people prepare for events and is flexible in offering to accommodate those with busy schedules.

Haskell Opera House Begins 108th Season

May 2, 2012

DERBY LINE, VT/STANSTEAD, QC. - The 108th Season at the historic Haskell Opera House opens the Weekend of May 13th.
The only International Opera House in the world that celebrates the arts in a variety of offerings, all listed on its website with ticket locations and prices (www.haskellopera.com and our new partner, www.catamountarts.org).
The big news for the season is that the Haskell will start showing movies as part of the Tech Upgrade integration. The Vermont International Film Fest will showcase their 2012 Season Kickoff at the Opera House.

NorthWoods Gets a Hand from LSC Marketing Students

May 2, 2012

CHARLESTON, VT— Lyndon State College (LSC) business students are stepping out of their classroom into the great outdoors to consult with NorthWoods Stewardship Center in East Charleston.
Professor Mark Hilton’s students have developed a marketing strategy to help guide NorthWoods toward its 25th anniversary in 2014.
This real world experience for the Lyndon State students is a legacy of former College President Dr. Carol A. Moore. Moore was elected to the NorthWoods Board of Directors last year and facilitated a connection between NorthWoods and LSC’s business program.

Money Could Chase Missisquoi Ambulance Service out of Troy

May 2, 2012

TROY – Missisquoi Valley Ambulance Service (MVAS) and Troy residents are at odds over money, which could leave Troy looking for a new ambulance service.
Scott Rappold, president of Missisquoi Valley Ambulance Service, asked for $23,460 two years ago, but voters turned it down. At this year's town meeting, he again asked for the $23,460, and was again denied.
"Our expenses are exceeding our revenues," said Rappold. I asked the towns to kind of help out and pay the difference. Where are we suppose to come up with that kind of money?"

Wednesday's Daily Express Delayed

May 2, 2012

Due to technical problems off site, the Newport Daily Express has been informed that today's paper - for Wednesday, May 2, 2012 - will be delayed. We will get the paper to you as soon as possible and apologize for any inconvenience.

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