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Sullivan County Young Professionals to Stuff a Truck for Claremont Soup Kitchen

Holiday time finds the Claremont Soup Kitchen in need of more food than usual says Director Jan Bunnell. Help however is on the way. Brandy Blackington of the Sullivan County Young Professionals announced they are holding a Stuff a Truck

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Arrowhead In Claremont Seeks Volunteers

Even though there’s no snow on the ground volunteers are working at Arrowhead Ski Area. Since 2001 the ski area has been run solely by volunteers for the pure joy of providing low cost skiing, tubing and snowboarding for families

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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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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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Claremont City Council to Look at Rental Inspections

Claremont’s City Council will be considering a Rental Assistance Inspection Program at their Wednesday meeting. Claremont resident and landlord Francis Gauthier would like to see a landlord registry. The registry would require landlords that own property in Claremont to register

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Re Elected Claremont’s City Council Members Can Move Forward with Plans

Claremont City Councilors Carolyn Towle and Nick Koloski were re elected to the Council last week, which means they can pursue the items they said they wanted to work at last month’s meeting. Towle wants to make sure the curfew

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Claremont Election Results

Claremont voter turnout was low according to Mayor James Nielson who ran unopposed and was reelected with 863 votes of the 1,195 cast. Asst Mayor Vic Bergeron run unopposed and was also re elected. Nick Koloski incumbent Ward III City

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Legislation May Bring Valley Regional Hospital into Anthem Network

During last night’s special meeting with the Sullivan County Delegation Senator David Pierce announced he is working on a bill with Senator Bob O’Dell concerning the narrow network designed by Anthem. The Bill would change assignments for health networks. Currently

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Claremont Representative Files Joint House Resolution Regarding ACA Health Care Net

State Rep John Cloutier from Claremont filed a house joint resolution regarding the health care network in NH asking that Anthem have one hospital from each county in their health care net. Cloutier noted that Coos County had a similar

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NH Rep Seeks Solution for Vilas Bridge

Claremont Rep John Cloutier of Claremont who serves on the Public Works and Highway Committee is sponsoring a bill that would rebuild and reopen the Vilas Bridge between Walpole NH and Bellows Falls VT. Cloutier talked with Bellows Falls village

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