Monthly Archives: July 2013

Wheelabrator to Close in September

Wheelabrator, the controversial trash incinerator located on Grissom Lane, will shut down this fall as company officials cite economic reasons behind the closure. “Several factors led to this difficult business decision including economic conditions in both the waste and energy

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Goshen Boy Found Safe after Several Hour Search

NH State Police sent reverse 911 calls out for missing seven year old Brennan Pelletier of Center Road in Goshen who went missing around 3 pm on Wednesday and volunteers from all towns came to search for the little boy.

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Hanover Has Rash of Break-Ins

Several burglaries occurred in the downtown residential Hanover between midnight and 6 am yesterday. Four unlocked vehicles and two unlocked homes were entered and items were taken on Barrymore and Woodrow Roads. Police say, items taken were mostly money and

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Local Towns Host Summer Meetings for Summer Residents

Residents who pay taxes but only live in the Dartmouth/ Lake Sunapee Region during the summer have a chance to voice their concerns at some area towns. New London is having a Non-Resident Tax Payer Board of Selectmen meeting on

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Landscaping for Birds and Butterflies

Landscaping for birds and butterflies is being offered by Sullivan County Master Gardner with UNH Extension Service on Thursday, Aug. 8 1-3 pm. Learn which plants are preferred by these beautiful winged creatures so you can create your own backyard

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Last Day to File for Claremont’s City Council

Deadline to file for Claremont City Council At-Large Council seat and the Ward I Council seat is Wednesday, July 31 at 5 pm, terms expire on December 31, 2013. All applicants must be a registered voter as of the date

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Claremont City Manager Says Some Headstones Repaired by Department of Public Works

CLAREMONT: Some of the gravestones damaged 11 days ago at West Pleasant Street Cemetery have been repaired, but the vandals are still at large. The DPW did repair those they could lift. “We straightened out those that we could, said

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Sunapee Cove Reopening

Sunapee Cove Assistant Living Facilities is re-opening this fall under new ownership and management. Sunapee Cove’s, Executive Director Ron Andrews worked at Harvest Hill in Lebanon and is invites folks to drop in to pre rent the assistant living apartments.

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North Walpole Fire Department Holding Fundraisers

The North Walpole Fire Department is holding 2 fund raisers on August 3rd in conjunction with their VT neighbor Rockinghham’s Old Home Day. The 1st event is a boot drop and bake sale starting at 10:00 am at the fire

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Grafton County Now Has CodeRed Alert

The Grafton County Sheriff’s Department now has CodeRED Emergency Notification System, an ultra high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications. Like national weather broadcasts and Amber Alerts, the system is designed to contact many people about emergency situations within a

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