Monthly Archives: December 2012

Christmas Thefts

On Christmas Day, the Vermont State Police investigated four residential burglaries in Pawlet, VT. These burglaries took place sometime between 10 pm on Christmas Eve and 6 am on Christmas day. Two residences were near the intersection of VT RT

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Facebook Chips In To Help Abused Rabbits

Authorities say 49 rabbits that were found living in deplorable conditions have been turned over to Friends of the Manchester Animal Shelter to be rehabilitate The rabbits were discovered living in deplorable living conditions, and all suffer from some degree

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NH Fish and Game Supports Opening Doors to Happier and Healthier Lives

New Hampshire Fish and Game is supporting The NH Children in Nature Coalition resolution for 2013, “Opening Doors to Happier, Healthier Lives” In New Hampshire, 71 percent of children ages 6 to 17 and 53 percent of high school students

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National Defense Authorization Act Awaits President’s Signature

By a vote 81-14, the Senate on Friday approved the final version of the Fiscal Year 2013 National Defense Authorization Act, which includes several provisions authored by U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) that provide support to America’s service members, veterans,

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Manchester Woman Faces Embezzlement Charges

A Manchester NH woman is free on $21,000 Personal Recognizance Bail after she was charged with felony Theft by Unauthorized Taking and other charges on Wed. Concord Police say Rosanne Breault, 47 of Manchester turned herself in after an investigation

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Lottery Ticket Sold By Mistake Becomes Big Win for Hillsborough Family

Cathy Bennett, of Hillsborough, N.H., is surrounded by her family at a press conference to announce her and her husband Scott Bennett as winners of the $2,150,000 Tri-State Megabucks Plus jackpot. The couple chose the cash option of $1.3 million.

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Andrew Hemingway Issues Statement on Gun Ban

Andrew Hemingway candidate for Chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Committee issued the following statement in reaction to the House Rules Committees decision to ban guns in the New Hampshire State House. “History has shown us that gun bans do

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17- Month Old Died in Fire Started by Cooking Oil

Officails say that 17-month-old Garrett Grice died as a result of smoke inhalation in a fire caused by oil igniting on the kitchen stove. The cooking oil was ignited when a burner on the stove was turned on by a

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Special Recreation Meeting in New London

The New London Board of Selectmen invites residents to discuss the future of The New London Recreation Department, The Outing Club, and the 1941 building. A dedicated Recreation Meeting is on Wednesday, Dec. 26 at 7 pm in the New

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Governor Lynch Asks for a Moment of Silence

Governor John Lynch encourages all citizens of New Hampshire to join Connecticut and other states in a moment of silence Friday, December 21, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. to honor the twenty-six who were killed at the Sandy Hook school last

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