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Council candidates share the stage in Newport


copyright the Chronicle February 21, 2018 NEWPORT — Newport voters had an opportunity last week to hear from most of the people who hope to represent them in the city council after March 6. Six of the seven citizens seeking office participated in an unusual forum at the Goodrich Memorial Library. The forum, broadcast live over WIKE and recorded for later showing by NEK-TV, was organized by members... More »


Governor visits a thriving Jay Peak resort


copyright the Chronicle February 21, 2018 JAY PEAK — Jay Peak is prospering, and its success could lead to a big payday for foreign investors, who not so long ago appeared to be holding the short straw. At a Valentine’s Day c... More »

Newport City Council meeting devolves into heated dispute


copyright the Chronicle February 21, 2018 NEWPORT — Monday evening’s city council meeting started with a discussion of the Vermont Land Trust’s plans for Bluffside Farm and a vote to fund another round of Music on the Waterfront. What began as a placid conversation about plans for the city’s betterment took a jarring turn, however, when City Manager Laura Dolgin and Mayor Paul Monette accused a co... More »

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One size doesn’t fit all


copyright the Chronicle February 14, 2018 For a long time the Bread and Puppet Theater in Glover had a regular circus act performed by The Rotten Idea Theater, which drew the audience’s attention to, well, rotten ideas. We’re not performance artists, sadly not nearly as funny as they are. ... More »

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