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March 12th, 2015
Despite the Act 20 Commissionâ€™s finding that a proposed cell tower at the Lowell fire station would have an adverse aesthetic effect, the commission issued an Act 250 permit.
Please see Friday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
MORGAN â€” The Morgan select board is in negotiations with Turning Points, an alternative school and day treatment program for students with emotional and behavioral challenges. In search of a larger more accommodating space, the school has inquired about the E. Taylor Hatton Elementary School, which is closed.
Please see Thursday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
BARTON VILLAGE â€” Ryan Longe, who was appointed a village trustee last fall, was elected by the village residents at the annual village meeting Tuesday evening.
See Thursday's Express for the full story.
Fire destroyed a duplex at 48 Cottage Street early Tuesday morning.
Read the story in The Express Wednesday.
Another major step in the Walmart development process is complete. The Department of Environmental Conservation of the Agency of Natural Resources has issued a stormwater draft permit.
Read the complete story in The Express Wednesday.
Lake Region Union High Schoolâ€™s board learned of two pending retirements at its Monday evening meeting.
See Wednesday's Express for the story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Orleans County Republican Party Chairman Chet Greenwood of Derby wonders if Governor Peter Shumlinâ€™s proposal to close Derbyâ€™s Public Safety Answering Point is retribution or coincidence.
Please see The Express Tuesday for the complete story.
The Holland town tax rate is going up even though the school reduced its budget by about 8 percent. The tax rate will increase by eight cents.
Please see Tuesday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
Fred and Lorraine Hamelâ€™s love of Boston terriers combined with a passion to help others has led to a hobby of training a comfort dog. The hobby started accidentally as they took their puppy Daffodil to a rehabilitation facility in St. Johnsbury where Lorraineâ€™s aunt was residing.
See the whole story in The Express Tuesday.
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.