This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our July 23, 2014, edition:

In Newport:  Solar plan will cut city’s electric bill

by Joseph Gresser


Barton area artists band together

by Bethany M. Dunbar


Barton Selectmen:  ATV issue passed to planning commission

by Tena Starr


At AnC Bio:  Safety and traffic lead Act 250 concerns

by Joseph Gresser


Orleans man injured in crash


Size of Newport area workforce increases


Editorial:  Vermont should be ready to help

by Bethany M. Dunbar


Five candidates run for two assistant judge jobs

by Tena Starr


Sanders’ staff tours Ethan Allen with NVDA

by Bethany M. Dunbar


VTel antennas go up in Barton

photo by Joseph Gresser


In Irasburg:  Students soak up Chinese practices

by Joseph Gresser


In West Glover:  Remembering the whimsical art of Anna Baker

by Chris Braithwaite


Morgan family has hosted Bronx girl for five years

by Natalie Hormilla


In Vermont Supreme Court:  Developers can be charged for water, sewer allocations

by Joseph Gresser


In Irasburg:  Music, auction, and parade at church fair

photos by Joseph Gresser


In Superior Court:  Judge rejects plea withdrawal in case

by Paul Lefebvre


In Superior Court:  Niles charged in federal court, sues police

by Joseph Gresser


The Outside Story:  Giant butterflies moving north

by Susan Shea


In womens softball:  Team Accura wins ASA championship in Newport

by David Dudley


In boys baseball:  Orleans County 13U All Stars are state runners-up

photo courtesy of Jethro Hayman


Sports brief:  hole-in-one at the Barton Golf Club


In AAU boys basketball:  Orleans County Challengers go to the nationals

by Isaiah Braithwaite


Make-A-Wish granted:  Six-year-old boy spends day as a logger

by David Dudley


Ruminations:  Corn is both simple and complicated

by Bethany M. Dunbar


Yours from the Perimeter:  On striking a balance

by Paul Lefebvre


Property transfers:  Town of Charleston — September 2013 through March 2014


Engagement:  Bost-Hoadley


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