Monthly Archives: March 2013

Newport NH Woman Arrested on Drug Charges

A Newport NH woman was arrested on Thursday by Springfield Vt Police along with 2 men from NJ on drug charges. Police say they made a traffic stop on 42 year old Tammy Smith’s the 2008 VW Jetta near Riverside

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Update From NH State Police for VT Robbery Shooting Incident

New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney, New Hampshire State Police Colonel Robert Quinn, Walpole Police Chief Michael Paquette, and Alstead Police Chief Marcello D’Alessandro announce that they are investigating an officer-involved shooting that took place in the town of Walpole

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Update on Grey Van by Hartford Police Department

The Hartford Police Department would like to thank all vigilant citizens in their support and attention into the recent incidents reported involving a suspicious grey van and several male subjects. Many people called, emailed, or posted information on our Facebook

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VT Armed Robber Killed in Walpole NH

Upper Walpole Road in Walpole NH is closed tonight while police investigate an officer involved shooting that occurred earlier this evening. Shortly after 4 pm in Bellows Falls VT, Police responded to Snow and Lear Newton Business in the Square

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Hartford Police Issue Alert for Parents and Caregivers

The Hartford Police Department is investigating suspicious incidents that occurred this week. A report came in that a female middle school student was on Hartford Avenue in Wilder when a schoolteacher saw three male subjects allegedly following her. The teacher

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Moratorium on Wind-farms Fails

A proposed one year moratorium on wind farms and new electric transmission projects in the state of New Hampshire has been shot down in the Senate. The Senate opted to study how energy projects are sited and whether new transmission

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Personal Income Growth Falls for Granite Staters

Personal income growth for Granite Staters is seven-tenths percent below the national average growth rate of 3.5 percent, according to estimates released Wed. by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. NH now ranks 39 in personal income growth instead of

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NH Drop Out Rate Shows Slight Increase

New Hampshire’s current dropout rate is 1.26 percent, up from 1.19 percent last year, according to dropout data for the 2011-2012 school year, released today by New Hampshire’s Education Commissioner Virginia Barry. Although the report shows a slight increase in

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NH Fish and Game Asks Residents to Remove Bird Feeders

New Hampshire Fish and Game says NH residents need to be proactive in keeping bears away from their homes and are asking for all bird feeders be removed from April 1- Dec.1 .Last year was severe in terms of conflicts

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Hanover Makes Best Little Towns to Visit List

Hanover NH was named 13th out of the 20 best small towns to visit according to the Smithsonian Institute. The institute statistically determined the best small towns to visit in America that have museums, art galleries, orchestras, theaters, historic sites

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