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Sunapee Police Chief Advocates for Town Employees

Sunapee municipal employees don’t have a union, but they do have an unofficial spokesman. Police Chief Cahill addressed the Sunapee Selectboard on Monday and asked them to consider raises for town 56 employees most who live in Sunapee in the

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Sunapee Prepares for the Affordable Care Act

At their Tuesday night meeting the Sunapee Selectboard amended the town’s health insurance rules and regulations. Town Administrator Donna Nashawaty said, town employees working 35 hours a week are considered full time, but the Affordable Care Act counts those working

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November a Time for Beard and Mustaches

It’s November 1, which means the start of Movember, an incentive to bring attention national attention to battle prostate cancer. Two local departments are participating, New London Fire Department who are growing mustaches and the Sunapee Police Department who are

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Sunapee Police Department Will Sport Beards In November

To raise awareness and donations for prostate cancer, officers of the Sunapee Police Department are participating in No Shave November and growing breads. Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men, and as an effort to gain national

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Sunapee Receives over $14,000 from FEMA for March Storm

On Monday the Sunapee Selectboard voted unanimously to accept over $ 14,000 from FEMA for damages from the spring storm of March 18, 2013. Most of the funds are for expenses for gravel and drainage problems. FEMA reimburses towns about

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Sunapee Cove Hosts Flu Shot Clinic

Those 55 and older without insurance can get a free flu shot at Sunapee Cove in Georges Mills on Saturday, Oct 26, from 10 am-1 pm. Those who are 55 and older with insurance are also invited to get their

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Abbott Library’s Good Luck Mascott

Sunapee Library Trustees, Sunapee Library Foundation members, Architect Peter Tennant and construction manager Trumbull Nelson were on hand to take part in the $2.7 million new Abbott Library ground breaking ceremonies, but resting on the golden shovels was a unicorn

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Sunapee School District Presents Concept for New Bus Egress

Sunapee School District is looking at an alternate method of exiting and entering into Sargent Road for Sunapee Elementary School. In addition to getting more parking places for teachers. Their conceptual plan was presented to the Sunapee Planning Board by

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Salt Hill Pub Sweeps Sunapee Chowder Fest

There was fish chowder, clam chowder, conch chowder, pork chowder, and even chicken chowder at Sunapee’s 13th Annual Chowder Fest. The warm weather found chowder lovers lingering harbor. Salt Hill Pub swept the chowder competition for their clam chowder, winning

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Sunapee Officially Opens Foot Bridge

About 250 people gathered at Sunapee’s foot bridge on Sunday for the official ribbon cutting ceremony. The bridge project was born as a wish in 1985 on Sunapee’s Master Plan in 1985 became a reality this summer. Although there was

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