Monthly Archives: February 2013

$50,000 Plus Drug Bust

NH State Police arrested a Candia man on multiple drug charges Thursday. Officials say Preston Thorpe 20, was in possession of over one pound of ecstasy, eight pounds of marijuana, suboxone, a scale, packaging materials loaded Glock 27 40 caliber

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Contoocook Man Faces Charges After Pursuit Ends on I-89

A Contoocook man led Henniker Police and the New Hampshire State Police on a vehicular pursuit on Interstate 89 shortly before 10:30 am on Wednesday. Police say Lawrence Martell 34, was wanted for his involvement in a domestic violence, simple

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Vermont Men Arrested In Copper Wire Theft

Two Vermont men were arrested on Wednesday and charged with Grand Larceny, Unlawful Trespass and Unlawful Mischief for the theft of copper wire from the Vermont Electric Power Company (VELCO) in mid September. Vermont State Police say dmitted to stealing

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New Book Gives New Look at Vermont Yankee

Voices for Vermont Yankee is a new book written in support of Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant. Many local people testified in favor of the plant at Public Service Board hearings and the book contains 21 statements in favor of

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Lebanon Wants Your Input on Snow Removal

The City of Lebanon is looking for input on the snow removal process from residents that will be reviewed and considered. Each year Lebanon performs an evaluation of snow routes and sets priorities and plans for upcoming years. If there

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Broken Plow Closes Brook Road In Goshen

Just after 7:30 am on Wednesday, a subcontracted plow truck for the state of NH lost its sander out of the back on Brook Road in Goshen. When the sander left the truck, it damaged the hydraulic system causing a

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Auschwitz-Birkenau Exhibit Opening In Concord NH

An exhibit of Images taken at the infamous Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau opens at the New Hampshire State Library’s historic Map Gallery on March 4, 2013. Michael York, state librarian said, ‘Learning about these atrocities and how they

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Jarvis Charged With Intent To Sell

Anthony Jarvis was arraigned in 5th District Court, Claremont on Tuesday for Possession of Marijuana with Intent to sell, and Falsifying Physical Evidence. The charges were a result of an investigation into circumstances around his standoff last Friday. Bail was

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DOT Meeting In Haverhill for Mill Street Bridge

The NHDOT is meeting on Thursday, February 28, 2013, at the Woodsville Emergency Services Building, 4910 Dartmouth College Highway in Haverhill NH regarding the removal or replacement of the red list Mill Street Bridge. Doors open at 6:30 PM for

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Storm No Big Concern for Newport

Larry Wiggins Public Works Director for Newport says the upcoming storm will have little effect on the Highway Department Budget. Wiggins noted the sand and salt piles will carry them through the year and overtime dollars are normal for this

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