Monthly Archives: June 2012

Thieves Steal 2 Trucks and 4 Wheeler

Using a stolen truck from an ex-police officer in Windsor VT, thieves stole a four-wheeler from a Newport resident on Croydon Brook Rd, and abandoned the stolen truck. While Newport police were seeking the individuals in the woods the thieves

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BURGLARY SUSPECT CAUGHT AND ARRESTED ACCOMPLICE ARRESTED

Littleton Police arrested Lebanon burglary suspect Kevin Balch, 33 of Carroll NH on Thursday. , Balch is the suspect in numerous burglaries in Lebanon, and surrounding towns. The Lebanon Police Department gives thanks the U.S. Marshals Service, Dover, Nottingham, Enfield

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Sunapee Selectboard Considers More Ordiances

At their June 4, Selectboard meeting Sunapee Selectboard passed a fireworks ordinance 4-1, the board now wants to look at other town ordinances that may need updating or written.. The Board and Police department will review Sunapee noise ordinance and

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Green Home Energy Systerms Prohibited from Accepting Deposits

Timothy Currier and Green Home Energy Systems, LLC are prohibited from accepting deposits, retainers, or any form of advance payment for work announced NH Attorney General Delaney on Thursday. Merrimack Superior Court granted to the state a preliminary injunction relief

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UPDATE: Another Warrant Issued for Kevin Balch

On June 27, 2012, the Lebanon Police Department sought and was granted a second burglary warrant for Kevin Balch stemming from an Eastman Hill burglary in Lebanon. Lebanon Police and area agencies are still searching for Balch who is currently

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Six Candidates Vie for Voters via Health Care Issues

On the eve of the Supreme Court’s Decision on Obamacare six NH Gubernatorial Candidates met with the public and members of the media to discuss their views on NH Health at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm

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Voter ID, Private School Scholorships, and Medical Malpractice Bill Are Now Law

The State House and Senate overrode Governor Lynch’s veto on SB 372 bill. The bill, now law is for education tax credits for private schools and home schoolers. The State Senate and House overrode Governor Lynch’s veto on SB 372

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NH Attorney General Clears Police Officer

Concord Police Officers James Robert Fallon and Craig Levesque were justified in using deadly force when each officer shot at Wayne Martin, Jr. on March 2, 2011, NH Attorney General Deleney announced on Wednesday. After an investigation, Police found Martin

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Springfield VT Police Make Multiple Arrests in Fight

Springfield VT Police Department broke up a free for all brawl on June 18 and arrested several on simple assault and disorderly conduct charges. Kathy Chandler age 35 and Terrick Craft 28 both of Springfield VT were arrested on simple

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Senator Ayotte Seeks Special Prosecutor for National Security Leaks

NH Senator Kelley Ayotte along with 30 other Senators sent a letter on Tuesday to Attorney General Holder, asking a Special Prosecutor to investigate “The numerous national security leaks originating out of the Executive Branch in recent months.” It also

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