This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our September 10, 2014, edition:

Taxpayers angered by big jumps in tax rates

by Tena Starr


Barton Village Trustees:  Residents defend village employees

by Joseph Gresser


Newport inmate’s suicide prompts lawsuit

by Paul Lefebvre


Ice Bucket Challenge raises millions for ALS

by Natalie Hormilla

(photo slideshow on homepage)


In Barton:  Motorcyclist killed in crash


County developers tweak commercial projects

by Joseph Gresser


Ask the weatherman:  The crazy, hazy days of September

by Steve Maleski


Braithwaite officially kicks off House candidacy

submitted by Braithwaite for the House Campaign


Lake Region Union High School:  Changes to student athlete policy discussed

by Aaron Dentel-Post


In Orleans:  NEKCA, country club host Diversion fund-raiser

by David Dudley


Vermont Supreme Court:  Long-running Derby boundary dispute settled

by Joseph Gresser


Out of the Darkness raises awareness about suicide

by Joseph Gresser


At 91, Francis Whitcomb recalls varied career

by David Dudley


At a Nulhegan gathering:  Youth drummers featured

by Aaron Dentel-Post


In Junior Falcons football:  Falcons shut out Essex 12-0

submitted by Eva Broome


In girls soccer:  Rangers rout Enosburg in season opener

by David Dudley


In Superior Court:  Barton man gets jail for leaving hurt passenger

by Paul Lefebvre


Barton Village Trustees:  Two bridges slated for replacement

Joseph Gresser


New York man charged with smuggling aliens


Book review:  Girl treks to Vermont in post apocalyptic novel

Reviewed by Tena Starr


Ruminations:  How to dumpster dive, or clear our the garden

by Joseph Gresser


Yours from the Perimeter:  A list in the making

by Paul Lefebvre






Property transfers:  Town of Lowell — September 2013 through April 2014


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