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Old Man of the Mountain Remembrance Day

Governor Hassan and Executive Council Proclaim Old Man of the Mountain Remembrance Day To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the collapse of the iconic New Hampshire landmark, Governor Maggie Hassan and the Executive Council have proclaimed today, May 3, 2013,

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Bike Swap on Saturday

New London is hosting a Community Bike Tune-Up and Swap on Saturday, May 4 from 12-3pm on the town green. Learn from you neighbors how to dust off and tune up your bike, swap your unused bike or donate it

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Calliope Music Today in Plainfield NH

The public is invited to listen to Clara Belle the Calliope this afternoon in Plainfield, across the street from the Town Hall Theater. Clara Belle’s owner and Plainfield resident Thom Wolke invites children of all ages to come hear it

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Springfield Woman Charged with Attempted 2nd Degree Murder

A Springfield VT woman faces multiple charges including Attempted 2nd Degree Murder after she allegedly struck a man with her car on Thursday. Police say a male flagged down an officer and told him Cheryl Soundy 34 of Springfield VT

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Job Fair Today in Springfield VT

The 2nd Annual River Valley Employment Fair takes place today from 1-4 p.m. in the Atrium of the River Valley Technical Center in Springfield VT. More than 25 employers will be there offering jobs in health care, manufacturing, management, retail,

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Landlocked Salmon and Lake Trout Fishing Opens April 1

April 1 is the day New Hampshire anglers have been dreaming about through the long, cold winter, the start of open-water fishing on the big lakes that the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department manages for landlocked salmon and lake

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VT Poet Laurette in Bellows Fall Tonight

The Rockingham Library kicks off National Poetry Month with a visit from Poet Laureate of Vermont, Sydney Lea, tonight on April 1 at 6 pm. Pulitzer Prize-nominated poet and author of more than a dozen books of poetry, essays and

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Space Camp Scholarships Available for NH Students

The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is accepting application for the annual Alex Higgins Memorial Space Camp Scholarship. The Discovery Center selects three New Hampshire students between the ages of 9 and 18 to participate in simulated astronaut training at the U.S.

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Fix-A-Leak Week

To ensure enough clean water for you, your family and for future generations, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services is asking consumers to take part in the EPA Water Sense Program’s Fix-a-Leak Week, from March 18 through March 24,

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It’s Ground Water Awareness Week

To kick off Groundwater Awareness Week, March 10-16 the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) urges everyone to test the well water they drink. For more information on NHDES’s testing recommendations and a list of accredited labs, please visit

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