News Release August 16, 2017 Contact: Naomi Galimidi [email protected] NEWPORT, Vt. – Pomerleau Real Estate and the City of Newport have broken ground on a new walking path on the waterfront. This new path is an addition to the Newport Recreation Path and opens up over 1,000 feet of waterfront to the public for the […]
Herman LeBlanc is accused of cutting up his neighbor’s boathouse, which he claims was built illegally. Besides the threat of prison, he could lose his home this week to the neighbor he’s long fought.
The Newport-based company will manufacture up to 293,870 Army combat helmets through 2022.
The hunt for assets of Ariel Quiros continues in the investigation of alleged investor fraud involving Vermont properties. Recently the search has yielded some surprises.
Infrastructure, ‘hole’ in the ground top priorities for federal support.
“I think what happened in having the bubble burst was good in some way,” said one resident. “It made people realize they need to pull together as a community.”
News Release — Sen. Patrick Leahy March 21, 2017 Press Contact: David Carle 202-224-3693 Leahy: Revision Military Wins $98 Million Contract For Advance Combat Helmet Generation II . . . Leahy Notes The Implications For Revision Military Newport (TUESDAY, March 21, 2017) – In a development with direct implications for future work at Revision Military […]
News Release — AARP Vermont March 16, 2017 Contact: David Reville, Communications Director AARP Vermont 802-951-1303 BURLINGTON, VT — AARP Vermont and the Newport Community Renaissance Corp. (NCRC) are now accepting applications for the 2017 Community Action Sponsorship Program — as an effort to provide modest grants and technical support to community groups or individuals. […]
A onetime 8 percent late payment penalty has been added to that bill, totaling $164,159.
When a woman turned to locals in Newport to help her escape the law during a custody dispute, it set in motion an elaborate shell game involving disguises and a trick with a pail of cold water.
Legal and accounting firms racked up the fees as part of stabilizing the Jay Peak and Burke Mountain resorts.
It’s too soon to say whether the city might purchase the vacant downtown site of the planned Renaissance Block, but a state grant will help leaders consider how involved to become in planning its future.
Bloomberg Businessweek reports that the Jay Peak developers failed to tell investors that the projects were under investigation by federal regulators.
Danny Perry is traveling more than 70 miles by wheelchair to protest opiate addiction and other issues.