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State Delays Setting Tax Rate for Cities and Towns

NH Towns and Cities were alerted today by the Department of Revenue that property tax rates will not be set until Nov.7, instead of mid October. The news makes it a surety that tax payments from the majority of NH

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New London Seeks Grant for Repeaters and Antennas

The New London Police Department and Communications Center is applying for a grant that would put repeaters and antennas on King Ridge to improve signals for the nine towns and 19 different agencies served by New London Dispatch. Acting Police

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Pleasant Lake Draw Down Begins Sept. 16

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New London will start drawing down water on Pleasant Lake, September 16, in order to complete repairs to the face of the dam. The repairs are being made to to comply with the Letter of Deficiency issued by the State

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New London Considers Low Sanding Zones for Some Roads

New London is looking establishing low sanding zones for the upcoming winter. Public Works Director Richard E. Lee told Selectmen on Monday that he had calls over the last several years from residents asking for their roads not be sanded

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Search Moves Forward in New London for Police Chief

“It could take up to five months” to hire a new Police Chief for New London said Town Administrator Kimberly Hallquist at Monday morning’s Select Board meeting.The Board is currently updating the job description for the position, but the position

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Colby Sawyer Welcomes Class of 2017

Colby-Sawyer is welcoming 428 students this fall for the Class of 2017. Thirty percent of the students come from New Hampshire and the remaining students come from California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, Nevada, New

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Plane lands on I-89 In New London

A single engine Cessna made an emergency landing Sunday afternoon on I-89 North at mile marker 34. The pilot, John F. Principe of Washington told troopers, the aircraft lost power he thought the safest place to land was the highway.

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New London Police Department Upgrades Equipment

New London Police department has upgraded surveillance cameras in their station and cruisers. Town officials spent thirty-five-thousand-dollars to improve recording equipment to protect officers from quote false allegations. This comes after former Chief David Seastrand resigned in April after a

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NL Woman Receives Award of Excellence Posthumously

The was presented at its May meeting posthumously to Nancy Lyon of New London by the NH She joined New England K-9 in 1988 and served as its president for 20 years. The award recognizes an individual, group, organization, club,

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New London Says Yes to 1941 School

Both of New London’s petition articles received debate and requests for a vote by ballot. Article 3 asked for $25,000 to be added to the established Conservation Land Acquisition Capitol Reserve fund currently the fund has $449,291.00. Gary Markoff expressed

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