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June 4th, 2015
DERBY - A hundred and fifty-seven sixth graders enjoyed participating in a Renaissance Fair held at the Elk Club on Wednesday.
See the story in The Express Friday.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Another downtown icon is gone. D&M Sanville Excavating of Irasburg demolished the former Orleans County Sheriffâ€™s office behind the courthouses Wednesday.
See the story in The Express Thursday.
The District 7 Environmental Commission has given approval to tear down Pepinâ€™s Motel to make room for more cars for the NorthPoint car lot near the location.
See The Express Thursday for the story.
COVENTRY â€“ The Coventry Village School board will take another shot at its reduced school budget proposal by Australian ballot on Tuesday, June 16.
See The Express Wednesday for the story.
BARTON â€” For the fourth year in a row Lake Region Union High School has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report for academic achievement.
See the story in Wednesday's Express.
A wellness retreat is coming to Westmore. The District 7 Environmental Commission issued a Land Use Permit Wednesday to Jonathan and Karen Roche of Colorado to build Lake Willoughby Retreat, LLC.
See Thursday's Express for the full story.
NEWPORT CITY â€“ Jeffrey Ray, 51, of Brownington was held without bail at the Northern State Correctional Facility after pleading not guilty to a first degree murder charge in Orleans Superior Court Tuesday.
He is accused of shooting Rick Vreeland to death on Memorial Day.
See the full story in The Express Wednesday.
BROWNINGTON â€“ A Brownington man died after being shot Monday morning.
See the story in The Express Tuesday.