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Losses, some gains for Newport businesses

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copyright the Chronicle January 11, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   NEWPORT — Newport is reportedly gaining a new business, but is losing two others. A vacant Main Street building may be slated for redevelopment, but up the street, a toy store is closing. In additi... More »

Women queue up for business info

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copyright the Chronicle December 7, 2016 by Elizabeth Trail NEWPORT — When Tara Lynn Scheidet of Sutton lost her job in 2005, she started her own business making custom natural fiber clothing, particularly wedding apparel. Since then, Ms. Scheidet has won all ... More »

SEC turns up heat on Quiros

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copyright the Chronicle May 18, 2016 by Joseph Gresser Federal regulators turned up the heat on Ariel Quiros Tuesday when they filed an amended complaint in the civil case against the owner of Jay Peak Resort.  Mr. Quiros, along with many of his businesses, an... More »

Stenger and state spar over finances

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copyright the Chronicle April 13, 2016 by Joseph Gresser EAST BURKE – A long-running disagreement between the sponsors of two EB-5-funded projects and state regulators has been thrown into sharp relief through an exchange of letters between the owners of Q Bur... More »

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In Barton: A mixed reaction to townwide yard sale

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  copyright the Chronicle July 1, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph BARTON — The townwide yard sale, started 20 years old with the hope of bringing people to Barton, certainly does that. Whether it also brings economic activity to local businesses likely depends ... More »

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New eatery comes to Barton

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  copyright the Chronicle June 24, 2015 by Natalie Hormilla BARTON — Eddie Seadale’s newest food venture is operated out of a truck. Mr. Seadale, former owner of The Parson’s Corner restaurant, has set up the truck at the business he owns with his wife, Lori, ... More »

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New “maker space” opens

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  copyright the Chronicle June 10, 2015 by Joseph Gresser LYNDON CENTER — Yuri the Destroyer, a spider-legged robot armed with a laser, stood on a table in front of an unassuming building tucked behind the Lyndon Center post office. At the command of Lyndon In... More »

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Barton Motors to be sold at auction

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copyright the Chronicle May 13, 2015 by Tena Starr BARTON — The Barton Motor Company, for many years a thriving Ford dealership, will go up for foreclosure auction on June 15. Court papers say that Winston Harper, who once owned the company with his brother Wo... More »

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More agriculture, more jobs

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  copyright the Chronicle May 6, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph The six-year-old Farm to Plate initiative appears to be doing its job and has noticeably helped bolster Vermont’s farm and food economy, according to a report released earlier this year. Among oth... More »

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Sugaring season was short

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copyright the Chronicle April 29, 2015 by Elizabeth Trail Alfred Carrier and his son Alfred Carrier Jr., were among the last people in Orleans County still making maple syrup this past weekend. Many local sugarmakers report that they quit boiling early last we... More »

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New Village Pizza brings back old menu

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copyright the Chronicle April 1, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph DERBY — Companions Ryan Lewis and Marcia Brown bought Derby’s Village Pizza two months ago. After a month of renovations, the restaurant, now called Lewis Village Pizza, is open again. “I always t... More »

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Industrial sugaring comes to Brighton

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copyright the Chronicle March 4, 2015 by Joseph Gresser BRIGHTON — The days of making maple syrup to raise a little cash for property taxes have been gone for quite a while now. But an Island Pond sugaring operation getting ready for its first season could ush... More »