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Archive - Jul 23, 2012 - News Article

Last Unguarded US/Canadian Border Street Closed

July 23, 2012

DERBY LINE/STANSTEAD - Criminal activity has increased on Church Street, an open road that connects Derby Line, VT and Stanstead, Quebec. According to Canadian authorities, there is an increase in illegal entry into Canada.
Now the international border on Church Street is lined with large flower pots, a temporary solution to a growing problem.

Wind towers blow cash to Essex County Sheriff's Department

July 23, 2012

GUILDHALL – Escorting large tractor-trailers from Island Pond to Lowell means extra money for the Essex County Sheriff's Department.
The department is responsible for escorting trucks of Lone Star Transportation, which are hauling the wind tower parts that came into Island Pond by rail. Other law enforcement agencies are escorting trucks that come in from neighboring states.
The trucking company estimates just over 120 trips will be made between Island Pond and Lowell.

New Ambulance Makes a Statement

July 23, 2012

NEWPORT CITY – Question: What’s blue, white, yellow, and comes with flashing lights? Answer: Newport Ambulance Service’s newest ambulance.
The 2012, Ford E-450 chassis with a Demers box arrived in Newport yesterday. Demers made the box at the Beloeil, Quebec, factory.
The new ambulance replaces Newport Ambulance #2, made in 2003, that got into an accident on the Causeway last November.
“It was damaged beyond repair,” said Jay Wood, divisional manager for Newport Ambulance Service. “That’s why we got another one.”

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