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Claremont City Manager Says Some Headstones Repaired by Department of Public Works

CLAREMONT: Some of the gravestones damaged 11 days ago at West Pleasant Street Cemetery have been repaired, but the vandals are still at large. The DPW did repair those they could lift. “We straightened out those that we could, said

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North Walpole Fire Department Holding Fundraisers

The North Walpole Fire Department is holding 2 fund raisers on August 3rd in conjunction with their VT neighbor Rockinghham’s Old Home Day. The 1st event is a boot drop and bake sale starting at 10:00 am at the fire

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Lebanon’s Community Converstation Engaged Residents

Over 65 people attended Lebanon’s Community Conversation to discuss the recovery efforts of the July 1 and 2 flash flooding. Those in attendance gave a round of applause for the City’s Public Works Department, but expressed concerns about Slayton Hill

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MA Man Charged with 1991 Plymouth NH Murder

A Grafton County Grand Jury handed down two indictments this past Friday, on a Massachusetts man for the Sept.6, 1991 stabbing death of Plymouth State College’s assistant registrar, 30 year old Theresa Reed. NH authorities say Craig W. Conkey is

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Vandals Strike Claremont’s Pleasant Street Cemetery

Claremont Police Department is asking the public’s help in finding the person/persons responsible for the vandalism of 75 headstones in Claremont’s West Pleasant Street Cemetery. Police say the damage occurred between Friday and Saturday, July 19 and 20. Damages are

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NH AG and State Police Seek Information on Labbe’s Murder

New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, New Hampshire State Police Colonel Robert L. Quinn, and Plymouth Police Chief Stephen Lefebvre announce that they are continuing to seek the public’s assistance with any information relating to the death of John

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Too Hot? Visit a Cooling Center

Another hot and humid day is in the forecast for NH. A reminder for everyone to take precautions to avoid heat related illnesses during the extreme heat. Drink plenty of fluids-water is best, avoid caffeine, alcohol and large amounts of

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Dartmouth Student Waits Indictment

A Dartmouth Student charged with four counts of sexual assault on May 15 waits for an indictment from Grafton County Superior Court, if not received by July 20, Parker Gilbert’s case will be dismissed without prejudice. Police reports say that

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White River VA Hospital to Host Open House

White River Junction VA Medical Center is hosting an Open House and Information Fair on Friday July 19, 2013, from 9-11 am. The Open House is in the Research Building at 163 Veterans Drive White River Junction, VT. If you

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Sunapee Firefighters Get New Equipment

The Sunapee Fire Department now has 22 new FireHawkM7 Responder Air Masks that were purchase with a grant. Fire Chief Daniel Ruggles explained that the masks at Monday’s Selectboard meeting. The tanks have lights inside that warn Firefighters when they

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