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Arsenic-Laced Sludge Heads for Landfill

July 17, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – A high level of arsenic has changed the way the city disposes of its sludge from the city’s treatment facility.
Arsenic in certain forms is a carcinogen and in other forms it can be a poison. 

Scaling Down and Moving Ahead

July 17, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – Work on having a hotel on the corner of Main Street and Coventry Street is moving full speed ahead. The Newport City Council Monday approved the request for the city to apply for a $401,000 implementation grant under the Vermont Community Development Program.
The hotel will be on the second floor of the Largo Trattoria Restaurant. 

Jay Dudley: Wants to be a Voice for Those Trying to Get By

July 17, 2012

ORLEANS – Jay Dudley, a seventh generation Vermonter, wants voters to send him to the Vermont State House. Dudley, a Republican, is seeking to represent the Orleans/Essex senate district.
Dudley decided to run for office in May when Republican Sen. Vince Illuzzi was thinking about seeking higher office. 
Dudley grew up watching a gradual and steady economic decline in the Northeast Kingdom. He saw many people struggling and he struggled himself.

 

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