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Supporters rally around fired librarian

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copyright the Chronicle January 17, 2018   ORLEANS — Parents and others who frequent the Jones Memorial Library here are asking that longtime librarian Joanne Pariseau be reinstated. Ms. Pariseau was fired in late December, after 19 years at the library. The d... More »

Barton, Orleans fire departments plan merger

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copyright the Chronicle January 10, 2018   BARTON — Plans are moving ahead for combining the Barton and Orleans fire departments into a single, more efficient unit. Orleans Administrator John Morley and fire chiefs Kevin Tartaglio and E.J. Rowell came to Monda... More »

Mock crash makes powerful point

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copyright the Chronicle May 24, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   When the Lake Region Union High School student body poured into the bright sunshine on the morning of May 17, they saw a horrific sight. Two wrecked cars stood in the drop-off area, one with a young wo... More »

FBI investigating Orleans man

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copyright the Chronicle May 17, 2017   by Joseph Gresser   ORLEANS — FBI agents went calling at the Orleans home of a man suspected of stealing from the Cabot Cooperative Creamery, and left with a trove of financial records, according to federal court document... More »

In Orleans: Former drugstore demolished

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copyright the Chronicle April 6, 2016 Demolition of the former Austin’s Drugstore in Orleans started on Sunday.  Owner Larry Thibault, who also owns neighboring Thibault’s Market, said he expects the hole will be filled in within the next few days.  His plan i... More »

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In Orleans: Fenton, 94, gets new medals

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copyright the Chronicle May 27, 2015 by Elizabeth Trail ORLEANS — Thirty years ago, Robert Fenton’s military medals went missing. The 94-year-old Mr. Fenton, who is from Orleans, is a veteran of both World War II and the Korean War. On Monday, at a Memorial Da... More »

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Les Misérables comes to Orleans

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copyright the Chronicle May 6, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph ORLEANS — The cast of Vermont Family Theatre’s Les Misérables nailed the opening night of their show on Friday, remembering every line and singing every note. Friday was the first of a three-day run... More »

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Barton woman given deferred sentence for arson

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copyright the Chronicle January 29, 2014 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — A Barton woman pled guilty to first degree arson Tuesday in the Orleans Criminal Division of Superior Court. Rebecca R. Ray, 21, apparently settled the score with an informant who helped poli... More »