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Alternative medicine – woo-woo or effective?

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copyright the Chronicle April 13, 2016 by Natalie Hormilla On a recent rainy morning, Grace Johnstone zipped up what looked like a cross between an astronaut suit and a duffle bag and flipped a switch.  The thing’s slack walls filled out and stiffened as it fi... More »

Entertaining the baby with gnocchi

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copyright the Chronicle November 25, 2015 by Natalie Hormilla When I became pregnant with my second child, an ugly fear lurked along the margins of my mind: How could I possibly love another child as much as the daughter I already had? Was it possible? Did all... 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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A look at the internal struggles of an early feminist

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copyright the Chronicle March 25, 2015 by Natalie Hormilla Martha Oliver-Smith of Albany has written something like a memoir, except it’s not really about herself. The main character of Martha’s Mandala is another Martha, the author’s maternal grandmother, Mar... More »

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Your GPS sent you where?

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copyright the Chronicle February 25, 2015 by Natalie Hormilla WESTFIELD — Here’s an increasingly familiar scenario: Friends, or strangers, visiting from elsewhere are stuck on a back road and need help. Which road? you ask. They say the name, and you can only ... More »

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the Chronicle changes hands

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copyright the Chronicle February 4, 2015 by Chris Braithwaite To me the Chronicle will always be a novelty — a shot in the dark, a crazy gamble undertaken with almost no money but all the energy a 30-year-old immigrant could summon in himself, his wife, and a ... More »

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An American woman’s memories of communist Cuba

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copyright the Chronicle January 7, 2015 Editor’s note: Maria Hormilla is the paternal grandmother of Natalie Hormilla. This interview reflects but a small portion of her experiences in Cuba. by Natalie Hormilla Ask Maria Hormilla of Cranford, New Jersey, what ... More »

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Planet Aid drop boxes unlikely to clothe locals

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copyright the Chronicle November 5, 2014  by Natalie Hormilla A convenient way to recycle clothing is making its way into Orleans and Essex counties — but it’s highly unlikely that any of those clothes will end up on the backs of needy people in the Northeast ... More »

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Ted Hoagland publishes twenty-fourth book

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copyright the Chronicle October 1, 2014 Reviewed by Natalie Hormilla The Devil’s Tub, by Edward Hoagland. 240 pages. Hardcover. Published by Arcade Publishing. $24.95. BARTON — “I’m ready to die,” said Edward Hoagland while seated comfortably in his longtime s... More »

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Employees to buy the Chronicle

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copyright the Chronicle September 17, 2014 Eleven long-time employees of the Chronicle have agreed in principle to buy the weekly newspaper from its founding publishers, Chris and Ellen Braithwaite.   While some details remain to be worked out, the basic eleme... More »

Doctor publishes first book of bedside tales

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copyright the Chronicle September 3, 2014 Patients I Will Never Forget, by Sally Willard Burbank. 282 pages. Paperback. Published by Clovercroft Publishing. $14.99.  by Natalie Hormilla Sally Willard Burbank, MD, remembers writing her first book when she was i... More »

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Vermont leads nation in sugarmaking again

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copyright the Chronicle July 16, 2014  by Natalie Hormilla Vermont again led the nation in maple syrup production in 2014, according to a report by the United State Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service. Vermont’s total pr... More »