People gathered for cheese, honey, apples and other healthy treats at the Old Stone House Museum grounds in Brownington where area farmers displayed their wares. Take a look at some of the presenters and what they had to offer in Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for Oct. 1, 2013.
Flames poured out of this Chrysler Pacifica at the Subway Restaurant in Newport City Monday. The Newport City Fire Department responded to extinguish the fire at around noon. The cause of the fire is unknown and is considered accidental. Debra Lawes owns the vehicle, which East Main towed away. Due to the proximately of the building, the restaurant closed while the fire department dealt with the incident.
NEWPORT â€“ If a pipe line company decides to reverse the flow of oil running through the Northeast Kingdom, it is going to have to go through an Act 250 review, according to Kirsten Sultan, coordinator for the District #7 Environmental Commission.
Sultan issued a jurisdictional opinion (JO) stating that an Act 250 permit is required in the event that the Portland Montreal Pipe Line is modified and its use changed for conveyance of diluted tar sands oil, also known as diluted bitumen.
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