Archive - News Article
July 10th, 2014
DERBY â The Vermont Department of Transportation (VTrans) says that the furniture store owned by the company that hopes to lease land to a proposed Dunkinâ Donuts has an illegal entrance off the Derby Road.
Please read the complete story in The Newport Daily Express Friday.
Orleans County Stateâs Attorney Alan Franklin said Thursday that the homicide of Isaac Hunt by Christian Cornelius remains an active investigation. Controversy is brewing in the community with many asking why no charges have been filed.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Friday for the full report.
The Environmental Commission has issued a draft Land Use Permit to Jay Peak for an amphitheater for summer concerts and other events.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Friday for the complete story.
NEWPORT â Gerry Clifford loves basketball. That love affair has lasted a lifetime and with the North Country gymnasium filled with youngsters this week for the Triple Threat camp, you will find Clifford making the rounds.
Please see Friday's Express for the full story.
Severe storms of thunder, lightning, wind, and heavy rains barreled in, wreaking havoc in the area Tuesday evening.
Lightning and wind knocked over trees and caused power outages to more than 2,000 homes.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Thursday for the complete story.
BARTON â The Public Service Board (PSB) has granted Barton Solar LLC a Certificate of Public Good (CPG) to construct a 1.89 MW solar electric generation facility located on Route 16.
Please see Thursday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
BARTON â Voters in Barton overwhelmingly approved opening Class 3 and 4 roads to ATV use in town at a special town meeting Tuesday afternoon.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Monday for the rest of the story.
NEWPORT â An equal partnership in local real estate has merged as Rosemary Lalime, owner of Coldwell Banker All Seasons Realty, and Steve Poulin and Russell Ingalls of Re/Max Kingdom have joined forces.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Wednesday for the full story.
NEWPORT CITY â For 30 years Barbara Malloy has dedicated her time and energy in recording sightings of Memphre, a sea serpent that reportedly lives in Lake Memphremagog.
Malloyâs book, âDo Not Josh the Sea Serpent,â comes out Thursday.
Please see Wednesday's Newport Daily Express for the complete story.
The Derby Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) has granted conditional use approval for outdoor seating for a popular new restaurant in the village of Derby Line.
Please see The Newport Daily Express Wednesday for the complete story.