This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our January 28, 2015, edition:

Governor seeks to change current use

by Joseph Gresser


Barton Village:  New bridges will cost $783 a month

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


In Barton:  No contenders for selectman’s seat


Brighton Elementary School:  New plan would cut costs, keep junior high at home

by Joseph Gresser


Rally held against background checks draws 500 to State House

by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph


NVDA says no more NEK wind

by Joseph Gresser


December unemployment rage was 5.7 percent


Business news


Ask the weatherman:  Whatever happened to the nor’easter?

by Steve Maleski


Yours from the Perimeter:  No two alike — part two

by Paul Lefebvre


Newport officially designated an age friendly city

by Joseph Gresser


Dispatch center proposal raises safety concerns

by Joseph Gresser


What do dieters and the poor have in common?

by Tena Starr


Starr, Rodgers oppose background check bill

by Tena Starr


Should the beagle be Vermont’s state dog?

by Tena Starr


In Glover:  Selectmen discuss class four road policy

by Jeremy Harple


In Superior Court:  Circle K robber will spend 30 months in jail

by Joseph Gresser


In Superior Court:  Newport man gets jail for unlawful restraint

by Natalie Hormilla


Sports brief:  Dunklee earns season’s best finish, twice


In boys hockey:  Falcons fall to Lakers 6-1

by David Dudley

The Outside Story:  The winter life of snowshoe hares

by Celia Evans


School news


Cold water swimming draws one back home

by David Dudley


Ruminations:  How I found my way to the kitchen

by Joseph Gresser




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