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November 29th, 2011

Harry L. Burnham

November 29, 2011

January 19, 1941-November 29, 2011

Harry L. Burnham, 70, of Barton died Tuesday, November 29, 2011 at North Country Hospital in Newport following a brief illness.
He was born in Barton, January 19, 1941, the son of George Burnham and Annie Stone Burnham. He was raised by his mother, Annie, and her husband Albert Mason. He attended school in Albany and served his country in the US Army. 

Philippe William Guay

November 29, 2011

Guay– Philippe William, 52, of Island Pond passed away November 27, 2011 in Burlington, VT. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 1, 2011 at St. James Parish Hall in Island Pond with the Rev. Frank Connor celebrating a mass Christian burial. Interment will follow at the Lakeside Cemetery in Island Pond, Vt. Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Curtis-Britch-Converse-Rushford Funeral Home, locally family owned and operated.

For the full obituary see Wednesday's Express.

November 28th

‘Tis The Season

November 28, 2011

Jeff Johansen, Newport, and his five year old daughter Briana were busy over Thanksgiving weekend. With their home encased in Christmas cheer, they have a good start to the holiday season. But it doesn’t stop there. Jeff said they have plans for more decorating.

Newport Kicks Off the Holiday Season

November 28, 2011

Express Staff Writer
NEWPORT CITY – Main Street will be alive with holiday cheer this Saturday, as Newport kicks off the holiday season with its "Magic on Main" celebration.
First, deserving families will enjoy a complete holiday meal at the East Side Restaurant. The annual holiday dinner sponsored by Burlington Real Estate Developer and Newport native Tony Pomerleau is by invention only.
It's nice to have a day of entertaining and fun to keep everyone in the downtown area said Andy Cappello, director of The Newport Recreation Department.

Second Open House Planned for Lowell Mountain

November 28, 2011

Express Staff Writer
The Lowell Mountain Occupiers are planning to hold a second Mountaintop Open House on Sunday, December 4.
The first open house held on November 13 was well attended with more than 90 participants.
Nearly all made the hike up to the ridge line.
Participants make the trip in groups depending on the pace they want to walk. The hike is about one mile on muddy, and in some places steep, terrain and takes anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour to reach the top.
Participants from the first open house agreed that a second open house should take place.

Royce Paul Wilson

November 28, 2011

Robert Beerworth, Sr.

November 28, 2011

Richard Ernest Gour

November 28, 2011

November 27th

City Council approves tax stabilization for Medical Company

November 27, 2011

By CHRISTOPHER ROY
Express Staff Writer
NEWPORT CITY – Last Monday, the Newport City Council gave the thumbs up for a tax stabilization request for Numia Medical Technology.
President Eric Flachbart told the council that the property is perfect for his company. For now, the company will occupy one of the two buildings. Flachbart wants to lease the second building for a couple of years, until he is ready to occupy both buildings.
“We’re actually putting a lot more into the buildings than we anticipated,” he said. “It was originally going to be a $119,000 project now it’s over $300,000.”

Firefighters respond to gas spill on lake

November 27, 2011

By CHRISTOPHER ROY
Express Staff Writer
NEWPORT CITY – Firefighters closed off a section of the boardwalk and parking lot of Little G’s Market on Saturday while they dealt with a gasoline spill that entered Lake Memphremagog.
Firefighters responded to Little G’s Market in Rail Road Square around 3 p.m. Fire Chief Jamie LeClair said someone passing by smelled gas and reported the spill to Little G's clerk. However, no vehicles were around at the time and the source of the spill is unknown as is the amount of time the gas had been there.

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