Archive - Nov 20, 2013 - News Article
Emily Lahar of Derby Line. (Photo by Laura Carpenter)
DERBY â A local business is making sure permits are in hand for big development if the other area expansion plans take shape. Bill Stenger and his partners are working on a plan for massive development in the area that includes a hotel and conference center, a biotechnology facility, and manufacturing at the airport. Walmart has also announced its plan to build in Derby. Once these projects come to fruition the demand for housing will increase. Gosselin Enterprises is getting ready to wait.
NEWPORT CITY- North Country Career Center recently hosted an event in which students were presented with ideas of what women can do in non-traditional careers. Career Center Director Eileen Illuzzi advised the school board Tuesday that a presentation was made to show women non-traditional occupations through workshops and presentations.
âItâs intended to show the possibilities that can be available to them,â Illuzzi stated.
NEWPORT CITY - The North Country Union High School Board is reviewing the supervisory unionâs policy on weapons brought to the school. The board must comply with the federal Gun Free Schools Act of 1994, as well as state law. The board is concerned with protecting the health and safety of the students and staff. The board considers the possession and use of any dangerous weapon, or facsimile (hoax devise) on school ground to be prohibited. The policy doesnât apply to law enforcement officers.
NEWPORT CITY - Sharing his real life experiences is one of the ways Michael Nerney, a training consultant for chemical dependency and related issues from Long Lake, NY, encourages parents to talk to their children about making positive choices.
Nerney, through his organization Michael Nerney and Associates, provides training for professionals, parents, and community members. He also works with middle school and high school students throughout the country.