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April 23rd, 2015
This past snowmobile season left people grinning ear to ear.
See The Express Friday for the full report.
BROWNINGTON â€” Road foreman Leonard Messier told the Brownington select board Wednesday the grader has an engine problem that could cost thousands of dollars to repair.
See The Express Friday for the story.
Derby Elementary School has purchased 200 Chromebooks for all fourth- through sixth-grade students.
See Friday's Express for the complete story.
The Village of Derby Line is planning to hold a special election to elect a new village clerk, treasurer, and tax collector. Sharon Booth has given notice of her resignation. Her last day is May 1.
See Thursday's Express for the full report.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Three out of the four North Troy men accused of breaking into the East Main General Store in the early morning hours Friday, April 10 were released, while a fourth went back to prison following their arraignments Tuesday in Orleans Superior Court.
See The Express Thursday for the story.
Many dream of making it in entertainment in New York, but few do. Sunny Naughton, a Northeast Kingdom native, made it there, and now is back working at QNEK where she had her early start.
Pick up your copy of The Newport Daily Express Wednesday to read about what Sunny's up to now.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The city council members who attended Monday eveningâ€™s meeting voted to pass over until the entire body is present a request to have a free bicycle share program.
See The Express Wednesday for the story.
The Clean Water Bill (H.35) is moving through the Senate committee process with funding now the primary issue. One way or the other property owners in Vermont will pay an additional tax to fund the bill.
See the story in The Express Wednesday.
MONTPELIER â€“ Some legislators are working to attempt to save the state police public safety answering points (PSAPs) that Keith Flynn, the commissioner of the Department of Public Safety, proposes to close.
See The Express Tuesday for the story.
The Vermont Public Service Board has announced that it accepts Green Mountain Powerâ€™s (GMP) annual Noise Reduced Operation mode report filed earlier this year.
See the story Tuesday in The Express.