This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our March 25, 2015, edition:

The annual Who’s Who in Business comes with the March 25 Chronicle!


Dispatch centers get stay of execution

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


No special scrutiny for AnC Bio

by Joseph Gresser


Education bill has few fans

by Tena Starr


State rejiggers how it calculates employment trends

by Joseph Gresser


January jobless rate lower than last year’s


Reporter’s notebook:  Ring ring:  I owe the IRS $5,000?

by Tena Starr


Local hero rewarded 50 years later

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


GoFundMe campaign set up to help victims of fire

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Changes proposed for deer and moose hunting

by Joseph Gresser


Family hopes to adopt child from Africa

by Tena Starr


In Barton:  Expanded clinic opens for business

by Tena Starr


At Lake Region Union High School:  Madame Rivard to leave the classroom

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Lake Region library has been reopened

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


At Lake Region Union High School:  Board struggles with rigors of 11th-grade math test

by Elizabeth Trail


Northeast Kingdom History Day winners


Remembering the seventies:  A million hippies, “What are we going to do about that?”

by Joseph Gresser


The Outside Story:  From winter to spring in a bear cub’s den

by Barbara Mackay


At Jr. Iron Chef:  Albany wins for local

photo courtesy of Meghan Stotko


Spates Block demolition:  photos by Joseph Gresser (slideshow on homepage)


In Superior Court:  Jay man charged with aggravated domestic assault

by Joseph Gresser


Book review:  A look at the internal struggles of an early feminist

by Natalie Hormilla


Ruminations:  On learning to cook a Sunday Haitian meal

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


Yours from the Perimeter

by Paul Lefebvre




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