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New London’s Budget Up From Last Year

New London will vote on an $8,293,000  dollar budget at their Town Meeting in May. The budget is up 1.4 percent over last year’s and if all warrant articles pass it will be an increase 4.8 percent. Articles on this

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1941 Buiding Committee No Longer Pursuing Community Center

New London’s 1941 Building Committee has withdrawn their Warrant Article asking for $75,000 for the care and maintenance of the 1941 school building and cafeteria and is no longer pursuing to convert the 1941 building for use as a community

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Four Warrant Articles Get Recommendation From New London Selectboard

Four warrant articles were voted on for recommendation by the New London Selectboard at their Friday morning meeting. Articles going forward with recommendations are: Elkins’ Sidewalk Project which asks for $134,038 with amounts being taken from Sidewalk Improvement and Intersection

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New London Selectboard Delays Awarding Contract

The New London Selectboard appreciated the work that Frank Anzalone architects and planners, performed and presented them on Monday but the board wants two more estimates before awarding the contract. The town wants to bring Whipple Hall to a point

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Colby-Sawyer Recognized a Fair Trade College

Colby-Sawyer College has been recognized as a Fair Trade College by Fair Trade Campaigns, a non-profit partnership advocating Fair Trade for farmers, workers and artisans across the globe. Colby-Sawyer is the first private college in New Hampshire, and the second

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New London’s 1941 Building Committee Faces Challenge

Casey Biuso of 1941 committee told the New London Selectboard on Monday that if the group did not raise $150,000 by Town Meeting in May the group would “walk away from the project.” Biuso said the group doesn’t want the

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Colby-Sawyer First NH Hampshire College To Have Food Recovery Program

Colby-Sawyer College and its food services provider, Sodexo, have created The Feed and Freezer program. It is the first college-run food recovery chapter in the state of New Hampshire. The program recovers leftover food from Colby-Sawyer’s dining hall and donates

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1941 Building Goes On New London’s Warrant

A warrant article asking for $75,000 for the care and maintenance of the 1941 school building and cafeteria will go forward to voters at London’s Town Meeting in May despite meeting hurdles. Selectman Peter Bianchi said the project was “woefully

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Barn on Burnt Hill Road Destroyed by Fire in New London

New London Fire Department and several mutual aid fire departments fought a fire at 369 Burnt Hill Road in New London. The fire alarm broke out just after 10:30 pm on Friday and  destroyed a 40×50 barn. Fire fighters were

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New London’s Budget Up 2 Percent

Excluding warrant articles New London residents can expect a 2 percent operating increase in the town’s budget. New London Selectboard members ended with a budget of $7,657.095 at their Monday night meeting. Last year’s operating budget was $7,234,157. The Selectboard

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