Monthly Archives: June 2012

Another Day Time Burglary in Lebanon

After arresting a Newburyport MA man for burglary last week, Lebanon Police are on the lookout for another thief who stole jewelry and other items from a home in the Eagle Ridge area of Hardy Hill in Lebanon NH. Police

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Vermont Eligible for FEMA Funds

Gov. Peter Shumlin and Vermont’s Congressional delegation announced Friday, that Vermont’s request for a federal disaster declaration for damage by heavy rains, winds and flash flooding on May 29 was approved by President Barack Obama. The declaration will provide financial

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Hartford VT Police Arrest Fugitive from Justice

Hartford VT police arrested fugitive from justice, 25-year-old Michael Phillips of Hartford Vermont late Friday afternoon. New Hampshire had an active extraditable arrest warrant for Phillips who was staying at the Shady Lawn Motel on Rt. 5. Officers knocked on

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COURT RULES VERMONT’S CAMPAIGN FINANCE LAWS ARE CONSTITUTIONAL

A Vermont federal court issued a decision on Friday in favor of the State dismissing a case brought by the Vermont Right to Life Committee, Inc. (VRLC). VRLC filed the case challenging Vermont’s campaign finance registration and reporting provisions for

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Vetoes from Governor Lynch on Voter ID Bill and Medical Marijuanna

Governor Lynch vetoed SB 289 known as the Voter ID Bill, because changes adopted by the legislature required a more restrictive list of valid photo identification used in municipal, state or federal elections, beginning Sept. 1, 2013. Lynch said valid

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Hillsborough Gas Tank Theft

The Hillsborough Police Department is seeking information on a theft of an antique gas pump taken sometime between May 15 and May 16 2012, from a residence on River Street in Hillsborough. Police believe the gas pump was stolen for

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Rooms and Meals Tax Collection Scam

NH Attorney General Michael Deleney is asking business owners to be aware of persons representing themselves as employees from the NH Department of Revenue Administration (DRA). The AG reports that two females with clipboards represented themselves as DRA employees seeking

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Vermont to Receive $ 7.9 Million Dollar Grant for Rail System Improvement.

Vermont will receive a $7.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to upgrade the New England Central Railroad in northern Vermont. The federal grant will be used to rehabilitate 19 miles of track between St. Albans and the

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Lynch Says No to Voter Registration Bill and Several Other Bills on Wednesday

Governor Lynch vetoed a handful of Bills on Wednesday including SB 318 the Voter Registration Bill one of NH legislatures top priority bills for this session and one likely to be added to the last legislation session of the year

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Grafton Bear Receives Reprieve

NH Fish and Game Officials say they have removed the trap they set for the mother bear with two cubs that attacked Tracey Colburn, outside her Grafton home last Saturday evening. The trap has not had any activity and Fish

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