Monthly Archives: October 2012

Governor Lynch and State Emergency Management’s Recommendations for Hurricanes

This storm could result in power outages, flooding, road closures and widespread debris. “While the exact path and severity of the storm remain uncertain, it is clear New Hampshire will experience a significant weather event and I urge everyone to

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Assault, Accidents and Underage Drinking in Whittingham VT

Vermont State Police are looking for the person who used a white or silver minivan as weapon to hit two people with the minivan before fleeing an underage drinking party on Merrifield Road in Whittingham VT early Saturday morning. Police

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Berlin VT Man Charged with Petit Larceny

Hartford VT. Police arrested a Berlin VT man for Petit Larceny after he allegedly stole a cell phone valued at $200.00. Police arrested Jackie Shuttle 26, of Berlin VT on Thursday. Wanda Stockman, 57 of Ascutney VT reported to police

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Enfield Woman Arrested by Hartford VT Police

An Enfield NH woman is facing charges for receiving stolen property. Samantha Rice, 24 was arrested on Thursday, after she passed a check stolen from Richard Nicolas, 54 of Hartford VT on August 7 of this year. Rice is due

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An Evening with 2012 Sarah Josepha Hale Award Winner: Jill Lepore

Historian Jill Lepore accepts the 2012 Sarah Josepha Hale Award at the Newport Opera House on Saturday, November 10 at 8:00pm. Lepore won the Anisfield-Wolf Award, the Bancroft Prize, the Ralph Waldo Emerson Prize, and the Berkshire Prize. She is

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New Tuition Rates for Newport Schools

Newport School Board voted 4-0 to establish their tuition rates on a 3-year rolling average. Tuition rates vary from year to year and in the past have increased at times over $2,000 per student. Other years the tuition rate has

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Senators Write Letter to President Expressing Concerns about Benghazi

U.S. Senators John McCain (R-AZ), Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) sent a letter to President Obama expressing deep concern about a news article that appeared on Tuesday. The article cited internal emails from U.S. personnel in Benghazi, which

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Haunted Harbor Halloween

A spook-tacular fun event, with wicked witches, and ghostly games takes place at Sunapee Harbor on Saturday, October 27 starts at 4:30 and lasts until the witching hour of 8:30 pm. Costumed participants will meet at the Quack Shack for

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Newport Schools Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

Newport Schools are celebrating Red Ribbon Week, the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. The ultimate goal is to create  a drug free America. Red Ribbon week was established in 1985 to remember DEA Special Agent Enrique

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Lebanon Smash and Grabs Update

Captain Tim Cohen of the Lebanon Police Department explained that information regarding the suspect in the Pearce Jewelers burglary came together within 24 hours. Detectives are working on piecing together a variety of robberies they believe were committed by the

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