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May 7th, 2013
Three teenagers entered not guilty pleas in court Tuesday after being charged with unlawful mischief (vandalism) and possessing a destructive or hoax device, which is what authorities are calling the bottle bombs that went off in Newport City.
For more of this story, read Wednesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 8, 2013.
They're everywhere: Dropping bombs in Pakistan, running radar in Iran, or swooping around like some remote-controlled, overgrown dragon fly on the international border. Drones have invaded Vermont, and legislators are taking notice. For more of this story, read Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 7, 2013.
Thanks to a generous Massachusetts organization, Newport's finest K-9 will be getting a new safety vest. Read about it in the pages of The Newport Daily Express for Tuesday, May 7, 2013.
Ask almost anyone in the Northeast Kingdom and you will hear a story about Marcel Roberts - businessman, auctioneer, poker player and local icon. Marcel passed away Monday at the age of 70. Read about him in Tuesday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 7, 2013.
The Newport City Renaissance Corp. raised $2900 at its annual Kentucky Derby Fundraiser. Check out some of the hats in Monday's edition of the Newport Daily Express for May 6, 2013.
Three teenagers are being arraigned Tuesday, May 7, on charges stemming from the bottle bombing of a residence in Newport City. For more on this story, see Monday and Wednesday's editions of The Newport Daily Express.
The State of Vermont will pay off its $2.2 million debt for reconstruction of the North Country Career Center, which leaves board members reassessing financial priorities. Read about it in Monday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 6, 2013.
Police are searching for two 20-something year old men with military haircuts who spent Wednesday night bottle bombing a home on Concord Avenue in Newport City. For more of this story, read Friday's edition of the Newport Daily Express for May 3, 2013.
Traffic accidents jump dramatically at this time of year and students are cautioned to drive smart and drive safe during prom, graduation, and throughout the summer. Fire, police and ambulance personnel were out in the warm sun yesterday to show North Country High students what a "real" accident looks like.
Check out the story and photos on pages 1 and 8 of Friday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 3, 2013.
Getting elementary students on the same math track and bringing them in line with state standards is a challenge, but local math teachers are sitting down to lunch to work it out. For more of this story, read Friday's edition of The Newport Daily Express for May 3, 2013.