Monthly Archives: July 2012

Concord Police Seize $15,000 in Cocaine-Arrest Made

Concord detectives and the NH Drug Task Force seized $15,000 worth of cocaine from a Haverhill MA man on Wednesday. Darry Berrocales, 39 of Haverhill MA with a lengthy arrest record was charged with the sale of a Narcotic –

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NH Health Department Announces Delay in Hepatitis C Outbreak Testing Clinics

Late Thursday afternoon the Division of Public Health Services (DPHS) announced the postponement of the extended hepatitis C testing clinics for over 3000 patients treated in the Main Operating Room and ICU at Exeter Hospital from April 1, 2011 and

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Search Continues for Missing NC Man

N.H. Fish and Game Department renewed their call for the public’s help on Thursday in locating, missing NC man Hugh Armstrong. Anyone who has seen Armstrong or has information on his location should call State Police Troop F at (603)

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Hartford Police Arrest Two on Relase Condition

Hartford VT Police arrested a Croydon NH and a Springfield VT man Thursday in the Windsor County Courthouse parking lot. Each man was charged with violation of condition of release and giving false information to a police officer. Police noticed

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Over 3000 More Exeter Hospital Patients to be tested for Hepititis C

New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services is doing extended testing of Exeter Hospital patients treated in the Main Operating Room and Intensive Care Unit from April 1, 2011 to May 25, 2012. The OR and ICU were two areas

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Senator Ayotte Votes To Stop Tax Increases on Small Business

Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) voted Wednesday to protect small business owners in New Hampshire and nationwide, but the Republican proposal (S.3413) failed 45-54. A Democrat plan to increase taxes on individuals earning over $200,000 and families earning over $250,000 in

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Today is Lindbergh Day in Springfield VT

Today is the 85th Anniversary Celebration of Charles Lindbergh’s Landing at Springfield Airport. To commemorate the event the Springfield Garden Club and Springfield Airport Commission present a re-enactment of the event. At 2 pm, “Charles Lindbergh” (local pilot Walter Striedieck)

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NH Public Asked to Call In Sightings of Missing NC Man

N.H. Fish and Game Department Law Enforcement is asking for public assistance in locating Hugh Armstrong, age 72 of Clayton, NC. Armstrong was last seen leaving for a walk from Hawthorne Village in Rumney NH, at about 6:30 am on

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Lebanon Company One of Nine NH Companies Receiving Job Training Fund Grant.

NH Hampshire Industries of Lebanon NH along with Gorham Paper & Tissue in Gorham, Markem-Imaje Corp. in Keene. Corning Specialty Materials in Keene. Company C in Concord. FSM Drawings of Manchester. Stonyfield in Londonderry, Madison Resource Funding of Portsmouth; and

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State Trooper Cleared in Litchfield Shooting

Attorney General Michael A. Delaney announced on Wednesday the use of deadly force by State Police Trooper First Class Thomas Lencki, was justified in the shooting death of Jason Lagueux in Litchfield on July 9. Several of Lagueux’s neighbors called

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