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March 4th, 2015
Tuesday night the voters of Barton passed both their select board and highway budgets with little discussion. But the retirement of two elected positions did receive recognition, as did some of the appropriations.
William May has been Bartonâ€™s town moderator for 38 years. This year he decided he would be stepping down.
See the full story in Thursday's Newport Daily Express.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Demolition crews will begin razing the Spates Block on Main Street within the next few months.
See Thursday's Express for the full story.
The North Country girls won their first ever hockey state championship Tuesday night, beating Mount Mansfield 4-2. Look for a detailed story in Thursdayâ€™s issue of The Newport Daily Express. (File photo by Mike Olmstead)
Newport City council candidates campaign in front of the Municipal Building Tuesday.
See The Newport Daily Express Wednesday for results of Town Meeting Day.
IRASBURG â€” The Orleans County Farm Bureau and local lawmakers agreed Monday that the state and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should not make farmers foot the bill for cleaning up waterways.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Tuesday for the complete story.
COVENTRY â€“ LaBranche Lumber is one of the largest suppliers of railroad ties in North America.
Please see Tuesday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
Community corrections officers found Kenneth Heath, 66, dead at his home in Derby Friday.
Please see The Express Monday for the complete story.
WESTFIELD â€“ Fire leveled the English Rose Inn on Route 242 Friday afternoon, killing a man and injuring a woman. The police think Gary Bouchard-Pike, the innâ€™s co-owner, died in the fire.
Please see Monday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.