Monthly Archives: May 2013

Saturday is Free Fishing Day in NH

Saturday, June 1, 2013, is Free Fishing Day in New Hampshire, so get out your fishing gear and head for the water! You don’t need a license to fish that day, so make plans to cast a line with family

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Hartford VT Police Department Says Buckle Up

The Hartford Police Department, in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies will be conducting a safety and seatbelt checkpoint in Hartford between today and June 2. Please remember to buckle up and drive safely.  

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Vermont Free Fishing Day – June 8

Vermont’s bass fishing, once a well-kept secret among anglers, shifts gears with the start of the traditional bass season on Saturday, June 8, which also happens to be Free Fishing Day in Vermont. Catch-and-release bass fishing with artificial flies or

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Air Quality Alert for Some NH Residents

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES) is expecting air pollution concentrations to reach unhealthy levels for sensitive individuals in coastal Rockingham County and at elevations above 3000 feet on Friday, May 31 and expanding on Saturday, June 1

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Weatherfield VT Man Charged With Aggravated Domestic Assault and Unlawful Mischie

A Weathersfield VT man will appear in Windsor Superior Court today to answer charges of Aggravated Domestic Assault and Unlawful Mischief. Police say Paul Braden III 27 allegedly attempted to hit someone with a hammer and a rock, and then

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Lebanon Man Charged with Sexual Assault

After an investigation, Lebanon Police arrested a Lebanon man on 2 counts of Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault. Police say they arrested Donald S. Hamel 71on Wednesday and he is in currently in custody at Grafton County House of Corrections in

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Scott Brown Speaks In Windsor

Over 100 Vermont residents attended the Windsor Republican Dinner on Wed evening at the VFW in White River Junction. Speakers for the event were Senator Scott Brown, Lt. Governor Phil Scott, and ex Governor Jim Douglas. Brown’s speech touched on

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VT State Police Seek Info on Chelsea Theft

Thieves removed copper piping and stole family heirlooms from a residence on VT Route 110, Chelsea VT sometime between Saturday and Tuesday morning. Police say they responded to a call from Steven Gallacher who noticed the break in when he

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Claremont Bestows President’s Awards

The Greater Claremont Chamber of Commerce held its President’s Awards Ceremonies on Wednesday night at the Claremont Savings Bank Community Center. Award recipients are Dawn Reney Sullivan County United Way – Non Profit of the Year, Rick Bolduc Red River

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Five Arrested in Vermont Arsons

Five men were arrested for arson fires on McDonald Road in Topsham and Hall Road in Ryegate Vermont on Wednesday. State Police Fire Investigation Unit was in charge of the intentional fires that occurred on the evening on May 14

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