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Owners of Dusit Thai struggling to get visa renewed

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 NEWPORT — Those Newport area residents who are missing the taste of Thai food must look to the federal government for the reason, said Mayor Paul Monette at a very abbreviated city council meeting Monday. The co-owners of Dusit Thai Restaurant on Main Street, Panadda Saengsiri (Exzy) and Jintana Thananusak (Jinny) are in the United States on E-2 investment visa... More »

AG reaches deal with botched concert organizers

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 People who bought tickets to last fall’s botched “Shrinedom” concert in East Albany are eligible for refunds, the Vermont Attorney General’s office said last week. Attorney General T.J. Donovan said in a press release that his office has ended its investigation of the show, which was supposed to benefit the Shriners, but never came off as advertised.   Ten thou... More »

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Stenger speaks out about EB-5 mess

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 JAY PEAK — Bill Stenger says it wasn’t until 2015 that he realized something bad was happening with the EB-5 projects he hoped would transform the Northeast Kingdom. That was when the last... More »

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How best to use mine settlement?

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copyright the Chronicle May 30, 2018 LOWELL — With $850,000 in hand from a settlement with a former owner of the defunct asbestos mine in Eden and Lowell, the state and federal governments are inviting comment on a draft plan... More »

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I remember the day of the Columbine shootings where two teens killed 13 people and wounded nearly two dozen others at the Colorado high school before turning their guns on themselves. What I remember most clearly is the shock. I couldn’t immediately process what I was hearing on TV news. I... More »

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