Archive - Jul 24, 2013 - News Article
DERBY â€“ The owners of Sticks and Stuff, a retail home center and building supplies company, have applied for a permit with the Town of Derby. The owners bought the former IROC building on the Quarry Road a few weeks ago but they have remained quiet on their plans. Â
For more of this story, see Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for July 25, 2013.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ In an effort to promote green energy, individuals involved with the Climate Summer Movement have been touring the greater Newport area this week. Climate Summer is a program with the Better Future Project in Cambridge, MA. The project works to build the climate action movement. The group in Newport consists of a half dozen young adults who want to talk to people about a future free of fossil fuels.
To read more about them and their cause, see Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for July 25, 2013.
DERBY CENTER â€“ The North Country Union Junior High School board focused on several food related issues at a recent meeting, including the district wide policy on handling delinquent payments for school lunches and concerns about the quality of the meals being served. For more of this story, read Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for July 15, 2013.