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March 8th, 2015
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The community came together over the past few weeks to help Helena Hicks pay her $2,600 water and sewer bill, and then some.
Please see the story in The Express Monday.
Kilo, Orleans County Sheriffâ€™s Departmentâ€™s German Shepard, died after getting hit by a car Sunday afternoon.
Please see the story in Monday's Newport Daily Express.
The bitterly cold winter is wreaking havoc on water and sewer lines and the level of frost has gone deep. The Derby Elementary School cancelled classes last week due to a frozen main water line.
Please see Monday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
Gary and Bonnie Poginy are hoping for an affirmative decision from the Barton zoning board of adjustment for a conditional use permit to open a restaurant/cafĂ© on Water Street in Orleans.
Please see Monday's Newport Daily Express for the full story.
Jay Peak plans to develop the West Bowl area, but before it does, the resort must submit a Water Quality Protection Plan that includes detailed scientific information to demonstrate whether the waters would be negatively affected.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Friday for the complete story.
ISLAND POND â€” At the Town of Brighton Annual School District and Town Meetings, which took place on Monday, voters seemed amicable to most all issues warned.
Please see Friday's Express for the full story.
Abigail (Abby) Provost is the new Derby Elementary School board director. She was elected at Town Meeting by Australian ballot by a wide margin, defeating longtime incumbent Daniel Kurzman.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Thursday for the complete story.
Tuesday night the voters of Barton passed both their select board and highway budgets with little discussion. But the retirement of two elected positions did receive recognition, as did some of the appropriations.
William May has been Bartonâ€™s town moderator for 38 years. This year he decided he would be stepping down.
See the full story in Thursday's Newport Daily Express.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Demolition crews will begin razing the Spates Block on Main Street within the next few months.
See Thursday's Express for the full story.