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April 14th, 2015
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The state should have a flat fee it pays for students to attend school, Newport City resident Anne Chiarello told lawmakers at Mondayâ€™s legislative breakfast.
See the story in Tuesday's Express.
Jay Peak Resort has set yet another record this season. Last winter was a record-setter for the number of skiers at the resort for the season, resort spokesman JJ Toland said.
See The Express Tuesday for the full story.
MONTPELIER â€” Vermont Liquor Control Commissioner Michael Hogan had a private, unwritten deal with his director of enforcement to guarantee 10 hours of overtime every week without requiring any documentation, public records show.
Investigation by the Burlington Free Press showed that William Goggins, director of education, licensing and enforcement, received $162,857 in overtime during the past 14.5 years.
Please see The Express Tuesday for the complete story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Would-be thieves pried open a back door to get into the East Main General Store early Friday morning.
See The Express Monday for the complete story.
A U.S. Federal Court judge has ruled in favor of the Newport police officer accused of unlawful arrest and excessive force.
See Monday's Express for the complete story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ A tradition for the crĂ¨me de la crĂ¨me of senior high school music students continued at North Country Union High School Friday evening and Saturday afternoon as the Rotary Club of Newport presented the 71st annual Music Festival.
See The Express Monday for the story.
ORLEANS â€“ Austinâ€™s Drug Store closed its doors forever last week after 110 years of serving the community.
See the story Thursday in The Express.
BARTON â€” Students at Lake Region Union High School have been recognized for their achievements in two statewide competitions, and are in the running for an artistic award in a pending competition.
See The Express Thursday for the full story.