Monthly Archives: May 2012

Deadline for NH Moose Hunt Nears

The deadline for the NH Moose Hunt Lottery is Friday, May 25; there is still time to enter on line at the NH Fish and Game webpage www.nhfishandgame.com. The state’s moose hunt runs from October 20 – 28, 2012, and

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Governor Lynch to Nominate John Kissinger to the Superior Court

Governor John Lynch announced on Tues. May 22 that he is nominating attorney John Kissinger to the superior court at Wednesday’s Governor and Council meeting. The Executive Council must confirm the nomination. Kissinger, of Hopkinton, has been an attorney with

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Senator Kelly Ayotte’s Local Schedule

DANBURY Danbury Town Hall 23 High street Wednesday, May 23 from 3:30 – 4:30 PM ANDOVER Andover Town Office 31 School Street Thursday, May 24 from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

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Senators Ayottee and Shaheen Introduce Small Business Export Act

As part of National Small Business Week, U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) introduced on Tues, May 22, “The Small Business Export Growth Act”, bipartisan legislation that would remove barriers for small businesses to export their products

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Newbury Meets with Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Planning Executive Director

Christine Walker, Executive Director of the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Planning Commission met with the Newbury Board of Selectmen, Town Administrator Dennis Pavlicek and various members of Newbury’s Zoning, Planning Boards, and Conservation Committee. Walker gave a presentation on changing

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Click It or Ticket Campaign

The Springfield Police Department reminds drivers that the National Click it or Ticket Campaign started May 20, and runs through June 3, 2012.Anyone up to 18 MUST be wearing a seat belt. This is a primary enforcement law, not buckling

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Women Charged with Theft and Sale of Laptops

Hartford Vermont Police Department reports the arrest of 26-year-old Heather Lewis of Woodstock, VT on May 17. Police charged Lewis with eight counts of possession of stolen property after a joint investigation with Hanover, NH Police. Lewis was part of

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Pet Peace of Mind Program

Trained volunteers enable hospice patients to keep their pets with them with the Pet Peace of Mind Program run by the Visiting Nurse and Hospice of VT and NH (VNAH). The program provides helping hands and financial assistance to hospice

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One Lane Traffic on I-93

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) announced plans to close the left lane of Interstate 93 southbound in Concord between exits 14 and 13 on Wed. May 23, 2012. The left lane will be closed from 9 am- 2

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Chester College Closes Doors

Chester College of New England is closing its doors. Chester College was founded in 1965 and had an enrollment this year of 144 students. The college projected a deficit of more than $500,000. Officials from Chester College and New England

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