Monthly Archives: July 2012

Serial Infector Arrested for Fentanyl and Tampering With Consumer Products

A former employee of Exeter Hospital suspected of infecting 30 patients with hepatitis C, was arrested just after 2 pm on Thursday in MA on charges of obtaining the controlled substance Fentanyl by fraud and tampering with a consumer product.US

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Kabuto Tractor Starts Fire In Grantham

Grantham Fire Department responded to call on 784 Rt. 10 around noon on Wednesday. Upon arrival, firefighters found neighbors of Matthew Gallan attempting to put out a fire that was engulfing a Kabuto tractor. Due to winds, flames from the

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Senators Pryor and Ayotte Pen Cyber Security Act

US Senators Mark Pryor (D-AR) and Kelley Ayotte (R-NH), who each serve on the Senate Commerce Committee, expressed concerned over current law enforcement tools due to expire next year that are used to combat global Internet scams. Pryor and Ayotte

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Governmor Announces Build Up Vermont Photo Contest

Gov. Peter Shumlin wants to show case Vermont’s strength in rebuilding communities and destinations after Irene hit the state last August with Build Up Vermont photo contest. “What better way to reflect the hard work and remarkable spirit of Vermonters

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Special School District Meeting for Croydon

Croydon will be calling a Special School Distrust Meeting to vote on using $48,000 of its $340,000.00 reserve special education fund. The $48,000 is for unplanned Special Ed services not in the school’s 2011-2012 budget. According to the Trust Fund

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Explosion Knocks House Off Foundation and Damages Neighboring Dental Office

A Townsend VT home was moved 200 feet off its foundation shortly before 3 am on Wednesday from an explosion. Fortunately, the owner was on vacation and no injuries occurred. However, a neighboring dentist office received damaged. Neighbors say the

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New London Hospital Named Most Wired

New London Hospital was named “Most Wired Small and Rural” by Hospitals and Health Network Magazine. Only 25 hospitals in the country received the Most Wired Award this year. “Our effort to become fully electronic started in 2005, the Most

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Burton Tours Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

NH Executive Councilor Ray Burton visited Squam Lakes Natural Science Center on Wednesday, July 18 and toured the facility with Executive Director Iain MacLeod and Chair of the Science Center’s Board of Trustees, Laurie Beeson.

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Lebanon Police Ask Not To Leave Pets In Cars

The Lebanon Police Department received several calls regarding pets in cars during hot weather and are asking people not to leave pets in a car on hot days. A cracked window has little effect on the rate of heating and

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Storms Down Trees and Knock out Power

Thunderstorms moved NH and VT knocking out electricity and trees. Over 24,000 homes in NH, lost power and PSNH reported late Tuesday night that Rochester, Gilmanton and Hopkinton have extensive damage with fallen trees and down wires. PSNH could not

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