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May 21st, 2014
â€śThe second bond vote went down, any thoughts?â€ť queried Troy school board Chairman Carol Currier at a meeting Tuesday evening.
Addressing board members and administrators regarding how to make needed school renovations without enough money, Currier suggested the next step is to see what projects can be cut.
Please see Thursday's Express for the full story.
NEWPORT CITY - The NorthWoods Stewardship Center, through a federal grant, is planting trees along riverbanks and lake and pond frontage.
Please see Thursday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The Newport City council is looking at renovating the municipal building to accommodate the cityâ€™s needs to function in todayâ€™s society, according to City Manager John Ward, Jr.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Thursday for the complete story.
Drive up Newportâ€™s Main Street on just about any day, and sometimes well into the evening, you are likely to see Micheline Auger of Newport volunteering her time beautifying the city.
If you drove up Main Street Tuesday morning you might have seen a different sight â€“ Micheline being interviewed in front of the police station by Joe Carroll of WCAX-TV of South Burlington.
Please see the full story in Wednesday's Newport Daily Express.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The city council Monday evening gave Police Chief Seth DiSanto the authorization to apply for a federal grant for new police vehicle.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Wednesday for the whole story.
NEWPPORT CITY â€“The city council Monday evening was ready to vote on a request made by Vermont CARES to start a mobile needle exchange program in Newport until a game changer came in at the last minute.
Please see Wednesday's Newport Daily Express for the full story.
Now that the weather is warmer ticks are looking for someone or something to bite. The problem with ticks is that they can make people really sick.
Lyme disease has been on a continuous rise.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Wednesday for the complete story.
Canadians were backed up at the border Monday afternoon trying to return home after a long holiday weekend. Derby Line Village Clerk Sharon Booth knew about the holiday and contacted the sheriffâ€™s department ahead of time to help direct traffic. (Photo by Laura Carpenter)
If a pilot program created by the Legislature is successful, Vermontâ€™s sheriffs will regain one of their traditional roles.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Tuesday for the full story.
The public is invited to a fun and informational ride on the bike path in Newport to celebrate the new signs and learn about basic bike maintenance. And it just so happens to be National Bike Month.
Please see the complete story in Tuesday's Newport Daily Express