Monthly Archives: July 2013

Vandals Strike Claremont’s Pleasant Street Cemetery

Claremont Police Department is asking the public’s help in finding the person/persons responsible for the vandalism of 75 headstones in Claremont’s West Pleasant Street Cemetery. Police say the damage occurred between Friday and Saturday, July 19 and 20. Damages are

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NH AG and State Police Seek Information on Labbe’s Murder

New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, New Hampshire State Police Colonel Robert L. Quinn, and Plymouth Police Chief Stephen Lefebvre announce that they are continuing to seek the public’s assistance with any information relating to the death of John

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Two VT Men Face Grand Larceny

Two VT men face charges of Grand Larceny after they sold a stolen Winchester Rifle to Mid State Sports in Randolph VT. Police say that Donald Lewis of Randolph VT reported the theft from his home on Thursday, and that

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Claremont Fire destroys antique cars

A malfunction in an antique car started a fire in a two story garage at 164 Alden Road in Claremont shortly after 3:30 pm on Saturday. The fire spread to the garage and Claremont Firefighters attacked the blaze from two

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West Claremont Center for Music and Arts – Summer Concert

The Summer Concert Series at Union Church, now in its 6th season, kicks off on Sunday, July 21st. The Season opens with a special multicultural buffet featuring food from a variety of cultures including Korean, Italian, Indian, Lebanese, Mexican, American,

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Too Hot? Visit a Cooling Center

Another hot and humid day is in the forecast for NH. A reminder for everyone to take precautions to avoid heat related illnesses during the extreme heat. Drink plenty of fluids-water is best, avoid caffeine, alcohol and large amounts of

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Townshend VT Experiencing Rash of Vehicle Thefts

Townshend VT has experienced a rash of thefts from vehicles on Tuesday and Wednesday. Police say the thefts occurred on Route 30 and Peaked Mountain roads, and there is a person of interest. Police seek information on a white male

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Evening Storms Knock Out Electricity

Late afternoon and early evening thunderstorms caused some local towns to lose electric. Newport and some parts of Croydon lost power for about three hours. Springfield VT had several trees knocked down. A large tree fell on Old Connecticut River

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Lebanon To Hold Community Conversation

The City of Lebanon invites members of the public to a Community Conversation regarding the City’s response and recovery efforts related to the Flash Flooding Events of July 1st and 2nd. There will be updates on the latest information on

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Hassan Announces Lowering of Employer Tax

Governor Maggie Hassan and Employment Security Commissioner George Copadis announced Wednesday that all members present of the Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council voted to endorse the lowering of employer tax rates as well as a targeted increase in the weekly benefit

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