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Overdose Leads To Drug Dealing Charge: NHSP

CONCORD, NH - A New Hampshire woman is facing a drug dealing charge after a reported overdose inside her residence, according to state police. EMTs and state troopers were called to the home of Katie Fysh, 32, of Groveton, on March 18, 2018, at around 5 p.m. for a report of a drug overdose in her ho

PATCH - 2018-03-21 18:30:11

Groveton woman arrested on drug charge

State police reported they arrested Katie Fysh of Groveton on a charge of possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute. (COURTESY PHOTO) GROVETON - A reported drug overdose resulted in a Groveton woman being arrested for possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute. State p

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2018-03-21 19:25:00

Berlin Sun to charge for online editions

Beginning next Tuesday, the online editions of the paper - the website and the PDF - will no longer be available for free. Nothing will change with the printed edition. It will remain free and available at the locations where you are used to finding it. Subscriptions are $5 a month, $24.99 for six m

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2018-03-21 20:59:00

An Overdose, A Search, A Find and an Arrest in Groveton

GROVETON - A drug overdose led to an investigation and an arrest. On Sunday at 5:03 p.m., New Hampshire State Police Troop F, along with the Groveton Emergency Medical Services, responded to a home for an overdose of an unidentified person. The call led to a search warrant request and execution. At

NH1.COM - 2018-03-21 21:38:00

Early college planning presentation for parents of students in grades K-8

BERLIN - It's never too early to begin preparing (academically and financially) for a college education. On Monday, March 26, at 6 p.m. in the Berlin Middle School Auditorium, New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation will be giving a presentation about early college planning. Parents wil

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2018-03-21 15:24:00

SAU 9 to hold school Friday, teacher workshop moved to June

CONWAY - Students in SAU 9 looking for a long weekend won't get it this week. Although a teacher workshop day was scheduled Friday, school will be held in an effort to try to keep the school year from running into the fourth week of June. A fifth snow day March 8 pushed the last day of school at Ken

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2018-03-21 19:56:00

Vermont State Police investigating car tires slashed in parking lot

ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. - Vermont State Police are looking for more information about a reported vandalism in St. Johnsbury. Police say Tuesday, between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., a vehicle had its tires slashed. According to a media release, this happened while the vehicle was parked in the

MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY.COM - 2018-03-21 14:54:47

Cathy Baker: Cindy Shirly for Conway Town Clerk

I have known Cindy Shirley for almost 30 years. We met while waiting for our kindergarten students to be dismissed at John Fuller School. Cindy was an active member of the John Fuller PTA while owning her own restaurant. Her current position at Memorial Hospital requires a high level of confidential


Berlin Sun to charge for online access

Beginning next Tuesday, the online editions of the paper - the website and the PDF - will no longer be available for free. Nothing will change with the printed edition. It will remain free and available at the locations where you are used to finding it. Subscriptions are $5 a week, $24.99 for six m


In the Business of Happiness

Nearly 100 years ago, in 1921, Lazarre Bisson built his family's first sugarhouse atop Cates Hill in Berlin, New Hampshire. In the early 20th century it was typical to find French Canadians emigrating to the United States due to poor economic conditions in Quebec and the increasing prosperity of the


Florida to seek the death penalty against Conway killer

OKEECHOBEE, Fla. - The state of Florida is reported seeking the death penalty against Michael Lawrence Woodbury, the 42-year-old former Mainer who shot and killed three people at the Army Barracks store in Conway in 2007. Woodbury, who is serving a life sentence for those killings, was indicted by a


Telstar senior receives Principal's Award

Gaelan Boyle-Wight of Newry, a senior at Telstar Regional High School in Bethel, is the recipient of the 2018 Principal's Award, sponsored by the Maine Principals' Association. He will be honored at a special luncheon in Bangor on April 7. "Gaelan exemplifies what Telstar High School wants for all o


N.H. man charged with assaulting woman at Paris motel

PARIS - A New Hampshire man remained behind bars Monday night on charges he tried to strangle a woman at a South Paris motel last week. Eric Knight, 42, of North Conway appeared in 11th District Court on Friday on charges of felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor domestic violence assault, violat


Massachusetts man makes unwanted sexual advances at Vermont hotel employee, resists arrest

LYNDON, Vt. - Sunday night, Vermont State Police responded to a report of an intoxicated guest at the Colonnade Inn, in Lyndon. It was reported the male made unwanted and forced sexual advances toward an employee of the hotel. An investigation revealed, Anthony Colby, 39, of West Roxbury, MA, was fo


Franklin County Sheriff's Office weekly report for March 2-16

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office weekly report for March 2 through March 16. 3/2/2018 - 1338hrs, Deputy McCormick conducted a welfare check on Montfort Drive in Strong. 3/2/2018 - 1641hrs, Deputy Scovil conducted a welfare check on the Starks Rd in New Sharon. Home health care personnel requeste


Bethlehem Selectmen Take Next Step For Lease Or Sale Of Country Club

Bethlehem selectmen on Monday prepared to explore the lease or sale of the town-owned Bethlehem Country Club when they agreed to enlist a real estate agent to appraise the property. (Photo by Robert Blechl) BETHLEHEM - After voters last week authorized selectmen to explore options for the lease or s


Maine Department of Labor still mum on charges that botched system hurting Mainers

The Indian company that built Maine's unemployment software has been embroiled in controversy ranging from discriminatory hiring practices to 'brazenly stealing trade secrets.' The Maine Department of Labor has yet to respond to charges contained in an internal memo that high-ranking officials rus


A sauna in the woods draws devoted disciples

DENMARK - As Jesse Stevens of Sweden rolled in the snow in his swimming trunks and pulled snow on top of him, he wore a contented smile. Nearby, John Abare of Portland stood in a bathing suit even though it was just 30 degrees. He made snowballs to throw at Nicole French of Gorham, who also was in t


Talk of the town: Stop that laughing!

Last Thursday, several people alerted me to a planned citywide snowball fight scheduled to start at 10 p.m. at Bartlett and Walnut streets in Lewiston. Seriously, a snowball fight. Starting at 10 p.m. In downtown Lewiston. I scoffed at this idea. Sneered at it. Rolled my eyeballs all the way around


'I Was Beginning To Panic': Worcester Camper Rescued After Losing His Way On Maine Mountain

NEWRY, MAINE (CBS) - Tom Dilger thought he was going to die this week. "I was beginning to panic. I was very cold, I was becoming hypothermic. I was exhausted. I had been running on adrenaline for hour," the 29-year-old Worcester man said. Tom Dilger (WBZ) He went camping on Puzzle Mountain in Newry