This Week’s Headlines

the Chronicle publishes every Wednesday.  Here are some of the headlines from our September 24, 2014, edition:

Barton Village Trustees:  Employees seek answers

by Joseph Gresser


Hunting with drones likely to be banned

by Tena Starr


New Lake Region shutout record

by Paul Lefebvre


In Barton:  Twain show to benefit hydro project

submitted by Ed Helm


Newport labor market improvement continues


Newport City Council:  Residents say West Main speeders are a hazard

by Joseph Gresser


Emergency responders rehearse a disaster

by Joseph Gresser


The Outside Story:  What are those geese still doing here?

by Carolyn Lorie


In Superior Court:  When two wrongs lead to court

by Paul Lefebvre


Police report:  Charleston woman injured in crash


In boys football:  Falcons fall to Terriers 41-13

by David Dudley


In Junior Falcons Football:  Fifth- and sixth-grade team defeats Buccaneers

submitted by Eva Broome


In girls soccer:  Craftsbury chalks up big win against UCA

by David Dudley


Marathon speedskating championships to be on Memphremagog

from Kingdom Games


Clifford inducted into UMF Athletics Hall of Fame

from UMF


Newport Fall Foliage Festival:  Music, quilts, chili at fall foliage festival

photos by Joseph Gresser


In Newport:  March of Dimes Walk for Babies raises $8,120

by David Dudley


Ruminations:  Tea for teething, soothing and, maybe, healing

by Natalie Hormilla


Yours from the Perimeter:  A reach beyond friendship

by Paul Lefebvre




Property transfers:  Newport City — September 2013 through April 2014


School news


The Kingdom Calendar




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