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Merrick dies from injuries related to crash

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copyright the Chronicle July 29, 2015 by Joseph Gresser Addison Merrick of Craftsbury died at the University of Vermont Medical Center on Tuesday, July 21, from the effects of a traffic accident a few days earlier. According to a press release from State Troop... More »

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Glover Day honors a local vaudevillian

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by Joseph Gresser  GLOVER — An annual community event with a weight of tradition always faces the risk of becoming stodgy.  Glover Day, with its Chamberlain Run, bicycle race and puppet show re-enacting the story of Runaway Pond, could easily become a snooze. ... More »

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Tea Leaves explores the mother-daughter relationship

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by Bethany M. Dunbar copyright the Chronicle 5-15-2013 Tea Leaves; a memoir of mothers and daughters, by Janet Mason, published by Bella Books, Tallahassee, Florida, 2012, paperback, 202 pages, $15.95. I celebrated Mother’s Day pretty quietly this year.  My ow... More »

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Guzman experiences homelessness to highlight the issue

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copyright the Chronicle 3-27-2013 by Bethany M. Dunbar JAY — When Luis Guzman was growing up in the Lower East Side of New York City, his mother always made too much supper for the family. Every night, she packed up the leftovers and gave them to her son to ta... More »

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Lydia Spitzer Demonstration Forest dedicated

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by Bethany M. Dunbar copyright the Chronicle 2-6-2013 CHARLESTON — “I can’t imagine anything I would be more proud to be associated with,” said Lydia Spitzer at the dedication of the Lydia Spitzer Demonstration Forest at the NorthWoods Stewardship Center on Fr... More »

Even in winter, local food economy is growing

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by Bethany M. Dunbar copyright the Chronicle January 19, 2011 Even in the middle of January, in the middle of an essentially stagnant economy, the local food movement in northern Vermont is showing signs of not only life, but growth as well. Barb Judd at the M... More »

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Sweet Rowen Farmstead is back in business

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by Bethany M. Dunbar EAST ALBANY — Sweet Rowen Farmstead — dairy farm and creamery — is back in business. Paul Lisai has built a small pasteurizing plant at his home and is bottling milk and making cream-style cheese. He hosted a grand opening on Mother’s Day,... More »