Monthly Archives: August 2012

Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile Virus Prevention Guide from DHHS

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is announcing that a batch of mosquitoes from Sandown has tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). This is the first finding of EEE in the State this year and

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Burglary Ring from California Arrested for Violent Kay Jewelry Robbery in Tilton NH

After a ten-month investigation, police arrested a group from California that came to NH to commit the robbery, on Nov. 4 of last year. Arrested are: Walter Williams, age 44 Compton CA, Delano Nelson, age 49. Los Angeles CA. Shylo

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Exeter Hospital Seeks Judicial Remedy

Exeter Hospital has filed an action seeking judicial guidance in Merrimack County New Hampshire Superior Court for both the DPHS and Exeter Hospital. The hospital says the state is seeking very broad access to a large number of patients’ medical

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Vermont State Police Make Multiple Arrests in Burglary Ring

The Vermont State Police and Orange County Sheriffs Dept. arrested six people after they served a search warrant at 56 Old Cross Rd in Brookfield VT on Wednesday. The thefts all took place in Southern Orange County VT area. Police

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NH Attorney General Announces $200 Million Dollar Settlement

Attorney General Michael A. Delaney announced Thursday that after an extensive four-year investigation, he and 35 other Attorneys General have reached a $200 million dollar settlement with Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. A complaint filed Thursday, alleged that Janssen engaged in unfair

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Supporting Springfield’s Youth

The Springfield Restorative Justice Center is asking community members to meet with them this evening, from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Springfield Family Center, to discuss, form and plan positive possibilities for Springfield VT’s youth. The idea came after the Justice

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I Am Vermont Strong Photo Contest

Governor Shumlin announced a photo contest inviting people to take pictures with their ‘I Am Vermont Strong’ license plate, and then post them to the Governor’s Facebook or Twitter account. The contest is open until Friday, September 14, and the

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Vermont Visitors Asked to Take Pledge

Marking the anniversary of Irene and peak occupancy of Vt. Hotels for Labor Day Weekend, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is encouraging travelers to Pledge to Prepare. “Vermont travelers should pledge to be prepared this holiday weekend,” said FEMA

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Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Coming to Concord

Patriots owner Robert Kraft will join Governor John Lynch will be at the State House 10 am Friday, for a rally as part the NH Lottery’s new Patriots instant scratch game. The game features prizes up to $50,000 and offers

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Donovan Concedes to Sorrell

Thomas T.J. Donovan conceded earlier today to incumbent VT Attorney General William Sorrell with Sorrell leading with close to  600 votes.  Donovan is not seeking a recount. Last night Donovan refused to give a concession speech, noting he came this

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