Monthly Archives: October 2012

More Local Healthcare Providers Added to FDA List for Fungal Meningitis Probe

The FDA added more healthcare facilities that received products from New England Compounding Center (NECC) in the Fungal Meningitis outbreak investigation. The products may or may not have been used. The facilities listed received various products from NECC after May

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Two Charged in Chester Vermont Burglary

After a five-month investigation, Chester Police arrested a Springfield man and woman for taking $8,000 worth of tools from Gary Watkins on Popple Dungeon Road, Chester Vt. Chester police arrested Luella Powell, 31 and Jason Morin, 27 on Wednesday on

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Expected Odors in Downtown, Lebanon, NH

The Lebanon Fire Department asks residents and visitors to Lebanon to be aware that on Saturday and Sunday Oct.27 and Oct. 28 that they may smell methanethiol a colorless gas with a smell like rotten cabbage or garlic. The odors

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Third Smash and Grab in Upper Valley Targets Jewelers

Lebanon Police say at 4 a.m. Monday a man driving silver or gray Volkswagen Jetta with no front plate drove into the front glass door at Pearce Jewelers on Glen Road in West Lebanon and took several thousand dollars worth

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Second Store in Tunbridge Robbed

Vermont State Police say that shortly after 1 am on Monday someone broke into the North Tunbridge General Store through the back door and stole cash from the cash draw. Police say the crime is similar to the burglary at

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WWII Vets Fly to Washington DC

The last Honor Flight for the 2012 season will leave Manchester-Boston Regional Airport on Sunday, October 28 at 5:45 am. The Honor Flight program flies WWII veterans to Washington-DC free, to visit the WWII Memorial, built to honor their sacrifices.

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No Reported Cases of Fungal Meningitis at Exeter Hospital

Exeter Hospital announced they have no confirmed reports of infection linked to products from New England Compounding Center (NECC). As a precautionary measure, they began calling patients who received medications from NECC after May 21, 2012 on Tuesday. The hospital

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Sullivan County Has Highest Domestic Violence Deaths

Domestic violence is one of the leading causes of death in NH with 50 percent of the total homicides and 92 percent of the homicide suicides being domestic violence according to the Ninth Annual Report issued on Monday by the

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Vermont to Hold Radiation Emergency Exercise

Vermont’s full-scale emergency exercise for responding to a radiation emergency from a transportation incident or dirty bomb takes place on Thursday, Oct. 25. Only state, regional, and federal planners know details of the exercise. All other responders will operate as

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Tunbridge Village Store Vandalized and Robbed

Shortly after 1 am on Monday, a burglar smashed the windows in the Tunbridge Village Store, on Rt. 110 in Tunbridge Vermont and stole several items. Police say, the intruder entered and exited through the window and evidence found at

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