May 11th, 2015
DERBY â€” Students enrolled in the Future Farmers of America (FFA) program swept the awards at a statewide competition at Shelburne Farms last week.
See the Express Tuesday for the complete story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Jordan Antonucci and his wife Momoko Antonucci, plan to serve Japanese food from their lunch trailer in Newport this summer.
See the full story in The Express Monday.
BROWNINGTON â€” The Brownington select board accepted recommendations in a special meeting Thursday to purchase a Caterpillar grader, a 120M2.
See the story in Monday's Express.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The cityâ€™s Development Review Board (DRB) issued a zoning permit and a local Act 250 permit Wednesday to the state Department of Buildings and General Services (BGS) to build a 2,878 square-foot maintenance building on the outside of the secured area at the Northern State Correctional Facility.
See Monday's Express for the story.
BARTON â€” Hydro engineering consultant Jay Boeri completed a study of the feasibility of reintroducing a hydro power dam at Crystal Lake Falls and says it is not yet economically viable.
See The Express Friday for the story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Hundreds of youngsters and their providers took to the streets Thursday for the annual Week of the Young Child.
See the story in Friday's Express.
The owner of Pepinâ€™s Motel property on the Derby Road wants to demolish the building and use the area for cars.
See Friday's Express for more.
DERBY â€” Personalized Learning Plans (PLP) will replace the current school grading system within a couple of years, Amy Pickering, the North Country Union High School liaison for the guidance department, told a joint high school and junior high school board meeting last week.
See The Express Thursday for the story.