Monthly Archives: October 2012

Ovide Lamontagne in Claremont

Ovide Lamontagne will be at the Sullivan County Republican Headquarters, 44 Opera House Square in Claremont on Wednesday, Oct. 31 at 12:45 pm.

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Bass Gives Advice For Making FEMA Claims

Congressman Charlie Bass offered this advice for making a claim with FEMA. “If you have suffered damages to your property from Hurricane Sandy, you should take care to document the damages, take pictures, keep receipts, get insurance coverage information and

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Halloween Parades in Croydon and Newport

Students from Croydon Kindergarten and Croydon Village School will hold their annual Halloween Parade today at noon. The costume cuties will walk down Rt. 10 to the Coniston Store. Not to be outdone, Newport Richard’s School students will parade in

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Information for FEMA Claims for Concord and Penacook Residents

Concord and Penacook residents and businesses wishing to report property damage from Hurricane Sandy, should contact Concord Fire Department Headquarters at 603-225-8651 to by Noon on Wednesday, October 31, 2012. Business owners are also asked to report any economic loss

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President Grants NH Statewide Emergency Declaration

On Tuesday, President Obama granted Governor John Lynch’s request for a statewide emergency declaration. This will get NH direct federal assistance for damage caused by the high winds and heavy rains from Sandy. “The high winds and heavy rains caused

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Hartford Man Arrested on Aggravated Sexual Assault on Child

Hartford VT police arrested a Hartford man on for charges of Aggravated Sexual Assault with a Child and Threatening Injuries, and Aggravated Sexual Assault on a Child Under the Age of 10 on Monday. Police say they arrest Edwin Rathbun,

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Gov.Lynch Declares State of Emergency

CONCORD Governor John Lynch this morning declared a state of emergency for New Hampshire and urged all motorists to stay off the roads this afternoon. The Governor met with state officials and led a conference call with local officials to

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Newport Loses Icon and Role Model – Jesse Scott

Newport icon, and role model, Jesse Scott who turned 105 years old on Aug. 13 passed away early Sunday morning. He was the oldest living member of the 10th Mountain Division. Jesse entered the army at the age of 35

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Sandy Causes Campaign Cancellations

Hurricane Sandy has put the brakes on campaigning in the Granite State. First Lady Michelle Obama cancelled her appearance at UNH on Tuesday and Ann Romney postponed her visit to the Manchester Victory Rally at McIntyre Ski Area. Mitt Romney

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Newbury’s Veterans Hall Completed

Renovations are complete on Newbury’s Veterans Hall and on Sunday, the town hosted an open house and potluck dinner on Sunday. The hall will serve as an additional meeting place for town events and used by the library and recreation

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