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Lease Term, Rent Main Concerns in Thetford Gun Range Talk

Friday, November 28, 2014

Thetford — With three proposed leases for the Upper Valley Fish & Game Club now before the Selectboard addressing such matters as hours and what types of weapons will be allowed at the shooting range on Five Corners Road, the discussion at Monday night’s meeting focused primarily on noise. “I think a lot of people are neglecting to see what …

Attorneys: ‘Confession’ Inadmissible

Friday, November 28, 2014

North Haverhill — Attorneys for the Sunapee man accused in a 2013 car crash that killed a Wilder couple are arguing that statements Robert Dellinger …

Norwich Trims Town Budget

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Norwich — Money, or lack of it, was the prevailing theme at Tuesday night’s Selectboard meeting, where members of the board spent nearly four hours …

Report: City Did No Wrong in Removal of Items From Property

Friday, November 21, 2014

Claremont — An outside investigation into the conduct of city staff at a tax-deeded property last June has confirmed an earlier police report’s findings that no criminal wrongdoing was committed by any city employees, the City Council said in a statement Thursday night. The council met with the …

Vt. Health Officials Monitoring 2 for Ebola

Friday, November 21, 2014

virus, department officials have said. Vermont was recently able to purchase better protective gear for EMS workers with $250,000 in federal preparedness assistance, he said. The likelihood of an Ebola case in Vermont is still low, officials said, noting that there is currently no person in the U.S. …

Weare Considers Public’s Help in Picking Chief

Friday, November 21, 2014

Weare, n.h. — The Weare Selectboard said Wednesday night that it has met with state law enforcement officials and is considering appointing a citizen board to help search for a new chief to lead its police department. During a packed public forum that lasted more than two hours, …

Vt. Company Plans to Fortify Public Buildings

Friday, November 21, 2014

The organization that runs Efficiency Vermont is beginning a new kind of energy-saving venture. If all goes according to plan, a spin-off of the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation will spend more than $50 million over the next five years to conserve energy in buildings used for low-income housing …

Police: Claremont School Staff Member on Administrative Leave Following Alleged False Report of Gunman

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Claremont — A staff member at the Maple Avenue Elementary School has been placed on administrative leave by the superintendent after police determined the staff member provided a false report about a man with a handgun near the …

River Park in West Lebanon Set for Final OK; Development Work To Begin in 2015

Thursday, November 20, 2014

West Lebanon — After more than seven years of planning and review, final approval is imminent for River Park, the 38-acre mixed-use development on Route 10 north of downtown West Lebanon, according to developer David Clem, of Lyme …

Customers Frustrated By FairPoint

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Tunbridge — Tracy Vesper, the administrative assistant at Tunbridge Central School, has printed up little yellow slips of paper with her son’s cell phone number on them, distributing the makeshift cards to all of the school’s staff and teachers. It’s the best solution she could come up with …

Supporters Continue to Push Hartford Track

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Hartford — As the Hartford School District moves forward with plans to build an athletic field house at the high school, proponents of a plan to instead spend that money on a track have accused the school board of going against the wishes of the public. One school …