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Croydon School District Hosts Open House for School Choice

Public and private schools will be at the Croydon School District’s Open House this Saturday from 10-2 in the Town Hall. Parents, students, and residents are all invited learn about school choice for Croydon students.  Beginning this Fall any Croydon

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Newport Man Makes Great Progress after Logging Accident

Corey Swenson who sustained head injuries from a logging accident last week in Croydon is off the critical list. Swenson’s mother Sheila said “His recovery is beyond expectations.” Although there will be some therapy needed, Corey engages in conversations and

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Fire Destroys Croydon Garage

A fire on Camel Hump Road in Croydon just after 8 pm on Saturday quickly destroyed a 30×60 steel garage. Firefighters were busy on the scene until early Sunday morning. Croydon Fire Chief Steve Rizzo says the fire had already

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Croydon Sees Significant Tax Increase

Croydon property owners are seeing a substantial increase in their December property taxes which rose from $12.98 per thousand in 2012 to $18.34 for 2013 due to an increase in the school tax. Croydon’s School Board Chair – Jody Underwood said

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Croydon’s School Choice Open House

Croydon’s Open House for School Choice on Saturday was well attended by parents and representatives from Concord, Kearsarge, Keene, Kimball Union Academy, Lebanon, Newport, Newport Montessori, Plainfield, Sunapee and Claremont/Unity schools. Tom Howard who helped get school choice for Croydon

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Mr. Big Smallest Horse in NH Maybe the World

Mr. Big the smallest horse in NH and possibly the world has found a home at Oak Hill Farm in Croydon. Mr. Big’s owner Deb talks about Mr. Big. Deb owns a horse farm and says she recently received Mr.

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Croydon Bids Farewell to Long Time Road Agent

Croydon Residents wished retiring Road Agent Administrator Donnie Lussier best wishes on his retirement on Sunday. Donnie is planning on heading south this winter and enjoying some snow free roads. The town gave Donnie a clock with a plaque thanking

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Croydon Company Looking to Buy Old Armory in Claremont

Claremont is in negations to sell the old Armory Building on Winter Street to True Tools Innovations for $150,000. True Tools is a small manufacturing company that supplies tools from print to production in the medical, aerospace, high performance racing,

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Croydon Police Chief Says “As Of Now,No Crime Has Been Committed”

Croydon Police Chief Richard Lee says, “As of now, no crime has been committed,” concerning the Ladies Auxiliary removing the commercial stove, refrigerator and numerous other items from the Croydon Fire Department Hall. In question is who owns the appliances

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End of Bingo, End of an Era in Croydon

Close to 150 people attended the final Ladies Auxiliary Bingo at the Croydon Fire Station all seeking the $4,700.00 jackpot.Bingo has been played in Croydon every Thursday night for the past 37 years and was even mentioned in the book

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