This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our April 22, 2015, edition:

This week’s edition also includes the annual Spring Home, Building, and Real Estate Supplement.  Stories include:  Yurts — affordable, alternative housing, by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph; and Great gardening ideas for today and the future, by Joseph Gresser

Parker Pie Wings closes due to water, sewer delays

by Joseph Gresser


Four charged in East Main General Store burglary

by Joseph Gresser


Barton Village Trustees: Office manager, meter reader jobs cut

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Border businesses leery of Canadian dollar

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Barton Selectman Nye resigns

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Nick Burdick, longtime county writer, dies

Kingdom Column:  Deer season — Vermont’s only two-week holiday

by Nick Burdick


Newport City Council:  Plan for free bikes gets mixed reaction

by Joseph Gresser


Newport City Council:  Planned 80-unit development sparks sewer debate

by Joseph Gresser


Westmore Selectmen:  Barking dogs, bad roads, energy audit discussed

by Elizabeth Trail


Coventry Village School:  Information meting on budget to be held April 30

by Elizabeth Trail


Barton Village:  Hydro project doesn’t look promising

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


In Superior Court:  Rivers races new burglary charge

by Joseph Gresser


Lake Region Union High School Talent Show:  Music, juggling, and impersonating a pig

by Joseph Gresser


The Outside Story:  Tasty teas (and more) from birch trees

by Russ Cohen


Homeopathy, a gentle model for tending children

by Elizabeth trail


Ruminations:  Hmm. So what do I do with this?

by Tena Starr


Yours from the Perimeter:  At home with the law of averages

by Paul Lefebvre






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