This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our March 4, 2015, edition:

In Newport:  Monette, Vincent, Roberge elected

by Joseph Gresser


Industrial sugaring comes to Brighton


Brownington Town Meeting:  Voters use ammo but are able to bury the hatchet

by Eileen Wolfe


Barn roof collapses in West Glover

by Tena Starr


In Barton Village:  Temporary water line set up

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Man dies in Westfield fire

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Burglar steals $3,000 from Lake House Saloon

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


The mean, low-down month of February

by Steve Maleski


Morgan Town Meeting:  Tense debate held on elementary school

by Elizabeth Trail


Albany Town Meeting:  School budget will be voted by Australian ballot

by Meredith Jones


Westfield Town Meeting:  Sheriff’s appropriation request questioned

by Connie LaPlume


Irasburg Town Meeting:  Constable won’t have police powers

by John Klar


Brighton Town Meeting:  Douglas Niles is new selectman

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Barton Town Meeting:  Mike Pion elected selectman, Atwood gets raise

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Coventry Town Meeting:  Amanda Jensen elected school director

by Randi Morse


Lowell Town Meeting:  Town Meeting will continue to be held on Tuesday

by Patricia M. Sears


Newport Center Town Meeting:  Strawberry shortcake sweetens voters’ moods

by Joseph Gresser


Craftsbury Town Meeting:  Houston fends of challenge, is re-elected

by David Dudley


Glover Town Meeting:  Contract with sheriff’s department killed

by Chris Braithwaite


Derby Town Meeting:  Provost will be new school director

by Joseph Gresser


Troy Town Meeting:  School budget scrapes through on two-vote margin

by C. Leo Rice


Charleston Town Meeting:  Town, school budgets pass easily

by Peggy Stevens


Greensboro Town Meeting:  Voters kill noise ordinance

by David Smith


Jay Town Meeting:  Where are the young people?

by Natalie Hormilla


Holland Town Meeting:  Residents vote to keep Derby dispatch center

by Richard Creaser


In Superior Court:  High speed chase leads to felony charges

by Joseph Gresser


In girls basketball:  LR loses hard fought championship game

by Joseph Gresser


In boys basketball:  Trojans keep Chargers from trip to Barre

by Joseph Gresser


Westmore Town Meeting:  Lively discussion and efficiency prevail

by Deb Smith


At the I Love Winter Festival:  Chili challenge, ice-fishing, sleigh rides featured

by Natalie Hormilla


Ruminations:  On the historic rise of the birthday cake

by Tena Starr


Yours from the Perimeter:  When politics mirror life, part two

by Paul Lefebvre




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