Monthly Archives: May 2013

Clery Suit Filed Against Dartmouth

Members of RealTalk and allies, including Dartmouth students, alums, staff, and faculty, have filed a Clery complaint with the Office of Civil Rights against Dartmouth College for violating federal regulations. The Clery Act requires colleges and universities that participate in

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Newport Celebrates It’s Honor Students

Newport High School inducted Ten Newport Students into the National Honor Society and Thirteen Students into the National Technical Honor Society on Tuesday Night during the Annual Honors Banquet at the Newport Opera House.

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Sunapee’s New Highway Director Catches Alleged Thief

Little did Sunapee residents know when Scott Hazelton became Sunapee Highway Department Director two weeks ago, they got a crime fighter too. On May 15, just after 6 am Hazelton stopped by the Town’s gravel/storage area where he found someone

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Senate Ways and Means Committee says No to Business Enterprise Tax

The NH Senate Ways and Means Committee unanimously voted to ban the Business Enterprise Tax on tipped wages on Tuesday. Senator Bob O’Dell issued the following statement, “The Department of Revenue Administration’s own Business Enterprise Tax guidelines state that pass-though

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Green Ash Borer Impacts Local Communities

It’s a county thing. Sunapee has stopped accepting brush and wood products from New London in hope to curb the ash borer. Scott Hazelton the new Sunapee Highway Department Director explains that although they are close neighbors, Sunapee is in

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Meet Lebanon’s Top Dog

Lebanon’s Top Dog for 2013 is Sasha. Sasha is a 13 year-old shepherd and chow mix and owned by Kelly Howerin. Besides bragging rights, Sasha won the coveted City of Lebanon Dog Tag #1, a year supply of dog food

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Vermont Holds Public Hearings on Proposed Fishing Regulations

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Board will hold three public hearings on proposed regulation changes that increase trout and bass fishing opportunities for anglers and reduce the daily brook trout limit. Eleven new river sections are proposed for catch-and-release trout

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No Arrest in Manchester Murder

No arrests have been made in the murder of Mark Donnelly 31, of Manchester who died from a single bullet to the chest, Attorney General Joseph A. Foster and Manchester Police Chief David J. Mara announced. Donnelly was shot just

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MV Kearsage Making Grand Inaugural Sunset Cruise

Just four months after the MV Kearsarge was discovered partially submerged at her berth in Sunapee Harbor Dock, the ship is now re-floated and completely renovated. On Monday, May 27, she will take her Grand Inaugural Sunset Cruise on Lake

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Two Rabid Racoons Found in Hanover

The Hanover Police Department says they found two rabid raccoons last week. Both raccoons were reported acting strangely and had contact with domestic animals. The police ask residents to make sure their domestic animals are properly restrained and vaccinated. Rabies

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