Monthly Archives: December 2012

Christmas Lights to Music Show in Claremont NH

Take a drive to 16 Francis Street in Claremont and you’ll find amazing Christmas Lights dancing in time to some of your favorite and new Christmas tunes. You don’t need to get out of your car since Brian Mitchell has

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New London Hospital’s APRN Griffin Manning Receives Award

Griffin Manning, APRN at the Family Practice at New London Hospital received the 2012 Mid-level Clinician Preceptor of the Year Award from the School of Physician Assistant Studies at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences-Manchester/Worcester. Manning has been

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NH State Police Holiday Driving Tips

The NH State Police, as part of the NH Driving Toward Zero Coalition, joins with other state, local and county safety officials in offering these simple tips to help New Hampshire residents enjoy a safe and festive holiday without jeopardizing

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NH Hunter’s Break Record

NH Hunters took a record of 806 black bears this fall, beating the previous record of 803 bears killed in 2003. Officials say turkey hunters fared well, taking 1,024 turkeys, a 60 percent jump over last year’s combined fall

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Hartford VT Police Arrest 2 Men in Truell Road Shooting

Hartford VT police arrested two Hartford men on Wednesday for shooting into the bedroom of a Truell Road home in November of this year. Police say Joseph O’Keefe 19, and David Devost 21, alleged motive for the shooting was to

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Colby Sawyer Professor and Newbury Resident Dies

Colby Sawyer Professor, Dexter L. Burley 68 of Newbury, N.H., Scholar in Residence in the Social Sciences and Education Department, died peacefully at home from leukemia Saturday evening, A traveler, sociologist, landscape designer and life-changing teacher was generous with his

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The Need For Feeding Families in the Upper Valley Grows.

The Upper Valley Haven in Hartford VT a nonprofit organization and provides temporary shelter and educational programming for homeless families and adults as well as food and clothing to anyone in need. Currently the Haven is feeding over 1,100 families

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Extras Needed For Chester VT. Movie

The producers of a short film, currently in production in Chester, are looking for extras of all ages and additional cast for a funeral scene to be shot at the Fullerton Inn, 40 The Common, on Thursday, Dec. 20. Call

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Dartmouth Art History Professor Wins Award

Dartmouth’s Associate professor of art history, Mary Coffey won the 2013 Charles Rufus Morey Award, an honor given by the College Art Association to a distinguished book of art history. Coffey, won for her first book, How a Revolutionary Art

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Money, Marijuana, and Weapons Found in Hartford Residence

Hartford Police seized a felony amount of marijuana was located along with a large sum of cash, several items of paraphernalia and weapons early Tuesday morning. Police say they executed a search warrant on 421 VT Route 14 in Hartford

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