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Lebanon Residents Hear Plans for Damaged Roads

Public Works Director Mike Lavalla addressed residents of Slayton Hill Road, Tannery Lane and Dulac Street at Lebanon’s Community Conversation on Monday about progress made and what is needed for permanent repairs on their roads . Most properties will lose

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Evening Storms Knock Out Electricity

Late afternoon and early evening thunderstorms caused some local towns to lose electric. Newport and some parts of Croydon lost power for about three hours. Springfield VT had several trees knocked down. A large tree fell on Old Connecticut River

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Governor to Visit Lebanon Today

Governor Maggie Hassan returns to Lebanon today, following a meeting with the Executive Council in Peterborough, Governor Hassan will visit Westmoreland and Lebanon, to view progress on recovery efforts. Last Wednesday, the Governor toured flood-affected areas of Alstead, Lebanon, Washington

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Lebanon Waives Disposal Fees for Those Affected by Storm

Lebanon Residents who have suffered storm related damage requiring the disposal of household items can bring these materials to the Lebanon Landfill during normal business hours. All disposal fees will be waived for the posted areas only at this time.

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Broken Plow Closes Brook Road In Goshen

Just after 7:30 am on Wednesday, a subcontracted plow truck for the state of NH lost its sander out of the back on Brook Road in Goshen. When the sander left the truck, it damaged the hydraulic system causing a

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Storm No Big Concern for Newport

Larry Wiggins Public Works Director for Newport says the upcoming storm will have little effect on the Highway Department Budget. Wiggins noted the sand and salt piles will carry them through the year and overtime dollars are normal for this

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Alert Issued by NH State Police

The New Hampshire State Police wants to remind citizens of New Hampshire that road travel is anticipated to be hazardous from this storm. The NHSP reminds everyone to limit road travel from Saturday evening into Sunday morning to allow the

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Bass Gives Advice For Making FEMA Claims

Congressman Charlie Bass offered this advice for making a claim with FEMA. “If you have suffered damages to your property from Hurricane Sandy, you should take care to document the damages, take pictures, keep receipts, get insurance coverage information and

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Storms Down Trees and Knock out Power

Thunderstorms moved NH and VT knocking out electricity and trees. Over 24,000 homes in NH, lost power and PSNH reported late Tuesday night that Rochester, Gilmanton and Hopkinton have extensive damage with fallen trees and down wires. PSNH could not

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