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Here are just a few of the photos from the September 13 edition of the Chronicle. See below for our top stories. For all our stories, subscribe for print or online

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B’s Hillside Gardens displays a small mountain of garlic on one of its tables Saturday as the Newport Farmers Market celebrated its first garlic festival.   Photo by Joseph Gresser

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Pete McCoy of Brownington was badly burned in a garage fire on Friday. His longtime friend Mike Root said Mr. McCoy lost everything. Friends and family have started a fund to help him get back on his feet.  Photo courtesy of Mike Root

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North Country quarterback Alex Haugwitz gains ground on one of his 20 rushes in the Falcons’ 28-21 loss to Milton on Friday. The team combined for over 250 yards rushing on the night.   Photo by Brad Usatch

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Sometime after dark on September 7, the side of a building at Andersonville Farm in West Glover was defaced with graffiti. It was one of a half-dozen or so similar acts around the area that night.   Photo by Elizabeth Trail


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Swastikas, racist slogans sprayed on local roads and buildings

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