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Murder charge reduced to second-degree

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copyright the Chronicle May 31, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   NEWPORT — Orleans County State’s Attorney Jennifer Barrett lowered the charge against the man accused of shooting Ron-Lou Schneider in 2015 from first-degree to second-degree murder Tuesday afternoon. ... More »

Highland Lodge has new owner

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copyright the Chronicle January 4, 2017   by Tena Starr   GREENSBORO — The Highland Lodge here has a new owner — Heidi Lauren Duke, an opera director from New York with close ties to Vermont, particularly to Glover where her partner, Sam Young, lives. Ms. Duke... More »

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Hill Farmstead expands, adds tasting room

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copyright the Chronicle July 22, 2015 by Joseph Gresser GREENSBORO — When the Chronicle first visited Shaun Hill in 2010, he was brewing beer in a converted garage. It would be a few months before he released his first offerings, but Mr. Hill already had serio... More »

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Hair salons are bright spot in local business

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copyright the Chronicle April 30, 2014  by Natalie Hormilla Marie Turmel Kroeger opened a hair salon in a refurbished milk house in Craftsbury last month with confidence and enthusiasm. “It’s called faith in oneself,” she said, just a couple of weeks into offi... More »

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Weather problems drive up beef prices sharply

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copyright the Chronicle May 7, 2014 by Natalie Hormilla BARTON — The price of beef in most stores is at a record high, and the price of locally raised beef is getting higher, too. The average price of a pound of ground beef in most U.S. states hit almost $3.70... More »

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Hill Farmstead’s expansion is open to the public

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copyright the Chronicle January 8, 2014 by Bethany M. Dunbar GREENSBORO — Hill Farmstead Brewery’s expanded space is open to the public for retail sales. The expansion is not completed, but the space allows customers to wait inside for tastes of beer, to buy b... More »

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Circus Smirkus zoning permit is appealed

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by Bethany M. Dunbar copyright the Chronicle November 20, 2013 GREENSBORO — Circus Smirkus’ local zoning permit, which allows it to move its camp to Greensboro Village, has been appealed to Vermont Environmental Court. No trial or hearing dates were set after ... More »

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Five area schools have new principals

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by Richard Creaser Five area schools will have new principals to start the 2013-2014 school year.  Brighton Elementary has perhaps the most radical change in store as Denise Russell not only takes over as principal but is joined by ten other new hires. In inte... More »

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Greensboro Arts Alliance — a well kept secret

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by Joseph Gresser GREENSBORO — Secrets are notoriously hard to keep in small towns.  But Greensboro has managed to keep a thriving arts organization quiet for eight years. With its tent theater set up on the green in front of the Town Hall in the middle of tow... More »

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Circus Smirkus opens season with Oz theme

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by Joseph Gresser GREENSBORO — A crowd of Circus Smirkus troupers moved around the ring here at choreographer Matt Williams’ instruction early Friday morning.  Dressed in rehearsal clothes, the performers looked much younger than they do in their flashy show o... More »