February 2018

All posts published in February 2018

101 posts

Julie Raboin gets an apology


copyright the Chronicle February 28, 2018 NEWPORT — City Attorney David Rugh stood at a special council meeting held on February 22 and said the charges against council member Julie Raboin, which roiled a meeting three days earlier, were based on erroneous inf... More »

Caswell Avenue Bridge to be demolished


copyright the Chronicle February 28, 2018 DERBY — The Vermont Agency of Transportation will cut the link connecting Derby Line and Holland from April to October, said Grant Spates, chair of the Derby Select Board ahead of Monday’s board meeting. The Caswell Av... More »

Obituaries February 28, 2018


John D. Bullis John D. “Jack” Bullis, 85, of Derby Line, died peacefully on February 22, surrounded by his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. He was born May 6, 1932, in East Orange, New Jersey, to the late Percy and Mildred (English) Bullis. He... More »


Swimmers to brave the ice of Lake Memphremagog


Winter Swimmers from all over North America, Ireland, and Scotland will be descending on Newport, on the weekend of February 24 and 25 for the fourth annual Memphremagog Winter Swim Festival. They will swim distances ranging from 25 meters to 200 meters in a t... More »

Museum seeks locks and keys for exhibition


The Museum of Everyday Life in Glover is soliciting participation in the creation of its upcoming exhibition featuring locks and keys, which will open on Sunday, May 27. The Museum of Everyday Life is a five-year-old venture whose goal is to explore, analyze, ... More »

Trout Unlimited hosts teen fly-fishing camp in Canaan


  Vermont Trout Unlimited will host its eighth annual fly fishing camp for Vermont teens ages 13 to 16.   Teens interested in either learning the art of fly-fishing or improving their basic skill level alongside some of Vermont’s most accomplished fly anglers,... More »