Monthly Archives: September 2013

Salt Hill Pub Sweeps Sunapee Chowder Fest

There was fish chowder, clam chowder, conch chowder, pork chowder, and even chicken chowder at Sunapee’s 13th Annual Chowder Fest. The warm weather found chowder lovers lingering harbor. Salt Hill Pub swept the chowder competition for their clam chowder, winning

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Weathersfield VT Convenience Store Robbery

A white male wearing blue jeans, a dark hooded sweatshirt and white sneakers robbed the Circle K gas station in West Weathersfield late Thursday night. Police say a store employee was closing when a man entered and demanded money while

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Lebanon To Start Pilot Program of Head Out Parking

Lebanon begins a pilot head-out angled parking project that begins next Sunday. The pilot project is only for the 10 parking spaces on West Park Street next to Salt Hill Pub and Citizens Bank. During the pilot program the Head-Out

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Framington NH Man Dies in Milton Motorcycle Crash

On Saturday September 28, 2013 at approximately 1640 hours, the New Hampshire State Police responded to a serious motor vehicle crash involving a motorcycle in the town of Milton. The crash resulted in the operator of the motorcycle being fatally

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Consumer Alert

Attorney General Joseph A. Foster and the Public Utilities Commission’s Director of Consumer Affairs Amanda O. Noonan warn New Hampshire utility customers about a scam currently operating in the state. A number of consumers have complained of receiving calls from

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Body Found at Mt Sunapee

BREAKING NEWS: Body found at Mount Sunapee

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Newport School District Moves Forward with Energy Savings

Newport School District is moving forward with the Savings Through Energy Management (STEM) project completed by Shannon Martin’s Honor’s environmental studies class last year. Recommendations from the STEM project could save the district over $350,000. The project was sponsored by

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Local Woman Nominated for Poet Laurate

Dianalee Velie, Newbury resident has been nominated for Poet Laureate for New Hampshire. Velie has taught poetry, memoir, and short story at universities and colleges in New York, Connecticut and New Hampshire and in private workshops throughout the Northeast. Her award-winning

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VT Woman Dies in Fiery Crash

A Williamsville VT woman perished in a crash on Depot Road in Williamsville VT just after 4:30 pm on Thursday. Police say they were in route when they learned the vehicle was on fire with Kathleen A. Moore 53 was

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Union Presidents Question Newport Teacher’s Resignation.

Sarah Fisher and Shanna Martin co presidents of the Newport Teacher’s Union questioned Newport’s School Board last night over Christine Downing’s resignation. School Board Chair Leo Paquin replied that” Christine Downing was a beacon someone teachers could look to when

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