Monthly Archives: November 2012

Two NH Residents to Receive Loeb Awards

The Nacky S. Loeb School of Communications presents two NH residents with awards at their 10th Annual First Amendment Award on Thursday, Nov. 29 at the Capitol Center for the Arts. David Lang, President of the Professional Fire Fighters of

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Car Collides with Kenmore Oven In Passing Lane

A family car collided with a Kenmore oven on Interstate 89 in Randolph shortly after 5 pm on Saturday. Police say the Nadeau family was returning to their Burlington home after being away for the Thanksgiving Holiday when they hit

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VT State Police Look for 16-Year Old Runaway

Vermont State Police are looking for a 16-year-old runaway from Bridgeport VT. Police say Scott Tower was in DCF custody was reported to runaway on Friday, after he was dropped off in Monkton. Tower is alleged to be with Jeffery

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Update on Norwich Police Cruisers

Shortly before 3 am on Thursday, Norwich Fire Department answered a call and discovered three of the Norwich police cruisers were on fire. Fire investigators and the VT Department of Public Safety investigated the incident at the request of the

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Saturday is Small Business Saturday for Shoppers

November 24 is Small Business Saturday, a day set aside to support the small businesses that play a vital role in creating jobs and economic opportunities all across the country. Karen G. Mills, Administrator of the Small Business Administration (SBA),

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Croydon Woman and Wilmot Man Take First Place in Turkey Trot

A Croydon woman and Wilmot man placed first in the women and men’s division of the Lake Sunapee Turkey Trot on Thursday. Sara Graves, 29 of Croydon finished the 5K race in 19 minutes, 56 second. Joshua Steffen 32 of

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Bristol’s Christmas Tree Lighting

Bristol’s Christmas tree lighting takes place today from 4-7 pm. The event has been moved to North Main Street at the TTCC (Thompson,Tally Community Center). Please be aware portions of North Main Street will be closed for the safety of

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Three Norwich Police Cruisers Destroyed by Fire

Shortly before 3 am on Thursday, Norwich Fire Department answered a call and discovered three of police cruisers were on fire. Fire investigators and the VT Department of Public Safety investigated the incident at the request of the Norwich Police

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Thanksgiving Dinner At Newport Moose – It’s Free

Volunteers from the Newport Area were busy on Wednesday prepping for the annual Free Thanksgiving Dinner at the Moose Hall off Golf Course Rd. in Newport. Veronica Valley, coordinator of the event says this is the fourth year the Moose

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Govenor Lynch’s Thanksgiving Proclaimation

WHEREAS, in 1621, Pilgrim Governor William Bradford issued the first Thanksgiving proclamation to recognize a day of reflection and celebration, to be shared between the Pilgrims and Native Americans; and WHEREAS, President George Washington proclaimed the first National Day of

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