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November 11th, 2013

Honoring Those Who Served

November 11, 2013

NEWPORT CITY - Americans paused yesterday as they marked the anniversary of the ending of World War I.
In Newport City, ceremonies included a program at the municipal building and the dedication of the newly rebuilt Long Bridge now known as the Veterans Memorial Long Bridge in honor of all veterans.
For the rest of the story see Tuesday's Express.

November 10th

Little People Helping in a Big Way

November 10, 2013

DERBY - "They're little people with big hearts," said local Scout leader Paul Snider. He was referring to the scouts' efforts of collecting food for the Northeast Kingdom Community Action (NEKCA) food shelf. "That's a big thing."
For the rest of the story see Monday's Express.

New Local Bakery offers Something for Everyone

November 10, 2013

NEWPORT – A group of students sat down at tables Saturday and observed bowls of frosting, cupcakes, and several tools and contraptions before them. The kids looked curiously at the display. Within two hours each child had created a variety of different designs with borders, flowers and other shapes made completely out of frosting. The group was taking part in a cake decorating class at All About the Cake, a cheerful place on East Main Street with an ambiance that resembles an old fashion “soda fountain” and bake shop with modern amenities.
For the rest of the story see Monday's Express.

Barton Solar Farm Submits Application

November 10, 2013

BARTON- Robert Grant, Project Manager for the proposed Barton Solar Farm project has submitted an application before the Vermont Public Service Board for a Certificate of Public Good. The proposed farm will be located on the Ducharme property in the Town of Barton. The 25 acre lot is located east of Route 16, less than a mile from Exit 25 off Interstate 91. Barton Solar, LLC plans on installing a 1.89 megawatt photovoltaic generation facility off the Glover Road with the capacity to serve 500 residential homes.
For the rest of the story see Monday's Express.

November 7th

Imery's Talc Delaware Seeks To Put Talc Mine On Mothballs

November 7, 2013

NEWPORT CITY - The Act 250 Board went into recess Wednesday evening while the owners of a talc mine work out some details for The Agency of Natural Resources. The mine is located near the Loop Road in Troy.                                           
Because of a low market, the owners of the talc mine stopped working the property 20 or so years ago. Now officials from Imery's Talc Delaware Inc. based in Ludlow want temporary reclamation of the mine until they decide what to do with it.
For the rest of the story see Friday's Express.

Derby Walmart Getting Closer

November 7, 2013

DERBY - Vermont's downtowns got a boost Wednesday and as an added bonus, at least in the eyes of some people, two groups who are strongly against Walmart outside of towns say they will not oppose a large super center off the Derby Road. 
For the rest of the story see Friday's Express.

November 6th

Supermedia LLC vs Spates The Florist

November 6, 2013

NEWPORT CITY- A civil lawsuit filed by Supermedia LLC versus Four Green Thumbs Inc. (Spates the Florist) is tentatively set for trial on December 5th. The lawsuit involves non payment of advertising services performed by Idearc Media, predecessor to Supermedia.
For the rest of the story see Thursday's Express.

Old Newberry's Building Sold

November 6, 2013

NEWPORT CITY - Local business developer Bill Stenger, owner of Jay Peak Resort, is in the process of purchasing the former J.J. Newberry's Building on Main Street.
For the rest of the story see Thursday's Express.

November 5th

Newport's Redevelopment: More Concerns Voiced

November 5, 2013

NEWPORT CITY - Many Northeast Kingdom residents are waiting with bated breath for the start of the redevelopment of the Newport area. However, at least one Newport resident is not so sure it will be as glorified as developers promise.
For the rest of the story see Wednesday's Express.

Honoring American Heroes during the Holidays

November 5, 2013

ORLEANS COUNTY – To honor all of the fallen service men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country, a local business is making sure that each veteran has a wreath on their final resting place for the holiday season.
For the rest of the story see Wednesday's Express.

 

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