Archive - News Article
June 24th, 2013
NEWPORT CITY - Work on a new skateboard area in Gardner Park will start next Monday.
For more of the story see Tuesday's Express.
NASHVILLE - Twenty-one-year-old Keeghan Nolan of Fairfield has been compared to likes of Mariah Lambert and Carrie Underwood. In Vermont, she has delighted country music fans for years. With a fresh contract in hand from a Nashville record company, Nolan will soon show her talents to the world.
For more of the story, see Monday's Express.
NEWPORT- The North Country Union High School board held an animated discussion over the need for a School Resource Officer (SRO) before tabling the matter. The proposal was the work of Principal Bill Rivard who put together a proposal following a discussion of the subject at last month's meeting.
For more of the story see Monday's Express.
The Town of Lowell could go solar. Read about the town's decision and the Williston company that's on board with the idea in Friday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 21, 2013.
A man allegedly walked out of Price Choppers with not one, but two carts of groceries - unpaid! See what happened next in Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 20, 2013.
The police are negotiating their contract with the city and seeking better insurance terms. All seems to be going well. Read about it in Thursday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 20, 2013.
South Korean biotech firm AnC Bio is on its way to Newport, and at least one resident wants to know what the company makes and will it be safe for the area. For more on this story, read Wednesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 19, 2013.
When Sara Doncaster took over the music department at Lake Region last year, things began to change. Community musicians found their way in and students found their way to performances outside the school, plus Sara was busy marshaling the talents of elementary school musicians. For more about Sara and her work, see Wednesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 19, 2013.
A woman who thought she was going in reverse managed to jump a curb and hit a store in North Troy. Read about it in Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 18, 2013.
The Green Mountain Care Board, which is instrumental in honing down the cost of health care while assuring quality services in the state's new plan, came to Newport to meet with area leaders. For more on this, read Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for June 18, 2013.