Monthly Archives: April 2013

Sunapee to Get Fire and Police Boats

Sunapee Selectboard held two public hearing last night. The first hearing was to see if the Town would accept a donated fire/rescue boat and the second hearing to see if the Town would accept a donated police boat. Fire Chief

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Woman Taken to Hospital after Brawl on Bus

Lebanon NH Police assisted Vermont State Police after they received a call around 9am on Monday, from a shuttle bus in VT on its way to Lebanon. Jessica DeCicco 31 of Rutland VT reported Jennifer Bell 24, of Castleton VT

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NH Department of Health Celebrates Infant Immnization Week

In Conjunction with National Infant Immunization Week, the NH Department of Health and Human Services officials are asking that Infants and young children be fully immunized against 14 vaccine-preventable diseases. “New Hampshire continues to be one of the healthiest states

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Goffstown Man Named Volunteer of the Year

Bill Merrit was named volunteer of the year for the NH State Prison in Goffstown NH during their annual Volunteer Appreciation Ceremony. Merrit has volunteered at the Goffstown facility since 2008 providing his services as life coach to women offenders.

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Newport Vigil Raises Over $1,000 for Marathon Victims

Supporters from all over gathered at the Newport High School track Friday Night to Pay their respect, show support, and unite for Boston. A Walk for Boston was organized late last week with less than 2 days to organize. The

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VT Attorney General Settles Case with Former Gubernatiorial Candidate Dubie

VT. Attorney General William Sorrell announced on Friday that his Office has settled a lawsuit against the Republican Governors Association (RGA) and former gubernatorial candidate Brian Dubie concerning campaign finance violations from the 2010 gubernatorial campaign. The State’s complaint said

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Lebanon City Council Defeats Expanded Runway

The City Council in Lebanon NH defeated a plan last Wednesday to expand a runway at the Lebanon Municipal Airport. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) sought the $20 million project. Lebanon would have been expected to pay a little over

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Canaan Man Leads VT Police on Chase

A Canaan Man was arrested after he led Hartford Police on a pursuit that led into NH on Wednesday. Police say 26 year old Steven Vielguth was arrested for failing to stop after being signaled to do so by police

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Coffee for a Cause

Cumberland Farms is going strong in their Cups for Kids fundraiser. As part of their Pediatric Care Campaign, this is the second year in a row that Cumberland Farms is donating 5 cents from the sale of every cup of

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Newport Zoning Board Rules Planning Board Did Not Violate Zoning Ordiance

Last night the Newport zoning board ruled the planning did not violate the town’s zoning ordinance when the Planning Board approved the site plan for Mountain View Gun Range. Attorney for the Newport Safety Coalition, Rebecca Wagner argued the Planning

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