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January 27th, 2015
The Barton Village trustees agreed at their meeting Monday to take advantage of the stateâ€™s Accelerated Bridge Program and replace two bridges.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Wednesday for the complete story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Northeast Kingdom residents are proudly sporting their orange for a good cause â€” to help raise money for Chris Laramie and his wife Kendra. The Laramiesâ€™ two-year-old son, Cam, has leukemia.
Please see Tuesday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
Jay Peak Resort launched a program over the winter to get workers who do not have transportation, or who just need a ride to the mountain. Jay Peak leased four large vans from a company called v Ride and has pickup locations in Newport, Richford, Island Pond, and the Barton/Orleans area.
Please see Tuesday's Express for the full story.
Governor Peter Shumlin has made a formal request to President Barak Obama to declare a disaster in Vermont to allow for federal disaster relief funding. The damages that resulted from the early December storm were into the millions of dollars.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Monday for the complete story.
Paul Sicard recently announced his retirement from the Barton select board when his term ends on Town Meeting Day. But his service to the community isnâ€™t over, heâ€™s simply cutting back to spend more time with his family.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Monday for the full story.
Joshua Lillis, one of Newport City Police Departmentâ€™s newest officers, is the departmentâ€™s Officer of the Year for 2014.
Please see Monday's Express for the complete story.
The latest 'Bad Lip Readings' video skewers many of the NFL's biggest stars with some unforgettable lines.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The Newport City Fire Department assisted with the rescue of a man trapped in a wood chip bin behind North Country Hospital Thursday.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Friday for the complete story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) recognized Newport as an age-friendly city Thursday. Newport is Vermontâ€™s first age-friendly city.
Please see Friday's Express for the full story.
MONTPELIER â€“ The Derby public safety answering point could close to save the state money, putting two dozen out of work.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Thursday for the complete story.