Monthly Archives: February 2013

VT State Police Seek Help In Theft

Vermont State Police are investigating the theft that occurred last Sunday. Taken from a car in Weybridge VT were multiple credit cards, an ATM card, a flashlight, and a ring. Anyone with information should contact Vermont State Police New Haven

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House Votes Down Parental Rights Bill

NH voters will not be able to vote for a constitutional amendment that would have added “Parents have the natural right to control the health, education, and welfare of their children” under Article 2 of the NH Constitution after meeting

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Ex-VSP Receives Suspended Sentence for Simple Assault

A former VT State Trooper who worked in Brattleboro was convicted on Tuesday on two counts of Simple Assault. Eric J. Howley entered a plea agreement and sentenced to concurrent terms of 6 to 12 months on each count, all

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VT Soda Tax Could Bring Money to NH

The Vermont House Health Care Committee voted 7-2 with 2 members absent today to include a penny per ounce excise tax on sugar-sweetened drinks in an overall health care package. The proposal will be voted on Friday. The tax bill

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Multi Car/Tractor Trailer Crash Sends VT Firefighter to Hospital

What started as a single car accident in Windsor VT on I-91 quickly turned into a multicar/ tractor-trailer accident, which left two drivers with minor injuries and one firefighter with unknown injuries early Tuesday morning. VT State Police say they

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Ruger Gun Range a Go Despite Noise Complaint

After a four and a half hour public hearing the Newport Planning Board unanimously approved the Mountain View Gun Range. The plan passed with the conditions, that the fence be maintained and in working order, the range is to be

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Three Springfield VT Residents to Answer Drug Charges

Three Springfield VT residents will appear in Windsor Criminal Court in April, to answer charges on drug use and trafficking. Police say officers were dispatched to a fight on 8 Summer St. apt 10 on Saturday. Officers noticed the alleged

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Through with Chew Week

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) declared February 17-23 Through with Chew Week, following the lead of other states in the nation concerned with the oral health of their residents. Through with Chew Week started in

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Bill Allows Elected Representatives Free Skiing

HB 514 would allow NH Legislators to receive free ski passes for Cannon Mountain. A one day pass cost $70.00 and the elected representatives pay is only $100 a year The bill sponsored by democrats Gary Coulombe, and Andrew Schmidt

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Special Election for Stacie Laughton’s Seat

A special election to fill the vacancy for Stacie Laughton’s State Representative seat in Nashua Ward 4 is being held today. Laughton vacated the seat amid the controversy over the legality of her election due to her past felony convictions.

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