Monthly Archives: November 2013

President of NH Grocers Association Talks GMO Labeling

John Dumas NH Grocers Association talked about a controversial subject- GMO Labeling this morning.  

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Public Hearing on Lily Pond

The Newport Select Board is a holding public hearing tonight on changing the name of Lily Pond to Pout Pond. Ellen Pysz, longtime Newport resident made the request to memorialize her grandson Adam Pysz who killed last November when a

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NH and the Great American Smoke Out

In NH and nationwide many will take their first step toward a tobacco free life during the 37th Great American Smoke-Out this Thursday Nov. 21.Communities United Regional Network for Sullivan County urges adults who smoke or chew tobacco to quit

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Fairlee VT Man Charged with Cruelty to Children After Accident

A Fairlee VT man is charged with leaving the scene of an accident, reckless endangerment, cruelty to children, negligent operation and violating conditions of release on a previous domestic assault on Saturday. Police say last Wednesday, Justin Galenski 40, hit

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Construction Work in Lebanon

Construction work will be underway, starting today, at the Rail yards in West Lebanon. The work is needed to repair a failed sewer interceptor and will require the driving of piles. City public works officials say that the work by

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Claremont’s Rental Assistance Program Helps Bring Buildings Up to Code

Claremont’s rental assistance inspection program started in April of this year and is helping to keep properties in the city up to code. Claremont’s Fire Chief Rick Bergeon explains. Since inspections started only one unit of the 85 inspected did

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Sunapee Prepares for the Affordable Care Act

At their Tuesday night meeting the Sunapee Selectboard amended the town’s health insurance rules and regulations. Town Administrator Donna Nashawaty said, town employees working 35 hours a week are considered full time, but the Affordable Care Act counts those working

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James Reed Takes Council Seat Early

James Reed Jr., elected to the At-Large seat vacated by Christopher Irish, was appointed to the City Council a couple of months early after council members decided to seat Reed now instead of advertising the position and having a special

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Ruger Sales Up

Ruger sales are up 22 percent and the company has backlog for 2 million gun orders. Ruger’s Is headquartered in Connecticut and has a major facility here in Newport, N.H. Vigorous sales prompted the company to open up a third

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Claremont’s Outdoor Pool Receives Temporary Reprive

Claremont’s outdoor pool received a reprieve from demolition after City Council members voted 6-3 against Vic Bergeron’s motion to authorize the city manager to demolish outdoor pool. The motion was made after a presentation by Thomas A. Scarlata of Bargmann

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