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Naked Man Runs With Bag Over Head: Melrose Police Log
MELROSE, MA — The following are excerpts from last week's Melrose Police log. Arrests do not indicate convictions. 1:53 p.m. - A road rage report of a woman in the Melrose Wakefield Hospital parking garage driving in the wrong lane and trying to smash into someone's car.
A year of change for employee-owned Gardener’s Supply
Gardener's Supply Company new leadership team (from left to right): Christie Kane, Vice President of Human Resources and Information Technology, Max Harris, Chief Marketing Officer, Rebecca Gray, Vice President of Merchandising, Cindy Turcot, President, Jim Feinson, Chief Executive Officer, Gina Ber
White River Junction Man Charged in Springfield, Vt., Stabbing
— A 35-year-old White River Junction man is being held on $25,000 bail after police say he tried to maim his brother during a fight at a Springfield, Vt., apartment early Sunday morning.
Loved ones remember father killed by wrong-way driver
HARTFORD, Vt. — Loved ones remembered Patrick Covey, 33, who police say was hit and killed by an elderly driver going the wrong way on I-91 in Hartford on Dec. 6. "Yeah, I miss him. He's in heaven now," said Noah Covey, Patrick's 7 year-old son.
Police: Women Tried to Snatch Purse at Store
— A Vermont woman who already was out on bail on a robbery charge pleaded not guilty last week to her alleged role in an August scheme to steal a 93-year-old woman’s purse in Claremont.
Christmas trees donated to families in need
LEBANON, N.H. (WCAX) Eighteen families in the Upper Valley will have a brighter Christmas this year thanks to a local church and the Lebanon Police Department. Leftover trees from the Sacred Heart tree sale were donated to the department, which then put out a call in the community. Within 24 hours,
Osher Hosts Oral History Class About Working Life
the Revolutionary War musical 1776 last spring, the We the People Project invited audiences after each performance to join a conversation with the actors and with the theater company’s producers about the perils and responsibilities of democracy.
Wanted person: Neil E. West Jr.
NEWPORT — On Oct. 2, 2015 Neil E. West Jr., 39, of 552 Maple Street in Newport was indicted by the Sullivan County Grand Jury on one count of theft by unauthorized taking, a Class B felony. On March 8, 2016 West pled guilty to one count of theft by unauthorized taking. As part of his sentence West w
Missing 91-Year-Old Found Dead Near Kendal at Hanover
— A 91-year old Kendal at Hanover resident who spurred frantic searches after he went missing on Friday was found dead on Saturday morning near the Connecticut River behind the retirement community.
Claremont atheist threatens satanic display if city nativity, menorah not removed
CLAREMONT — If the city does not remove a nativity scene and menorah it displays each year at Broad Street Park, an athiest is threatening to erect an anti-Christian display of his own.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock considers need, infrastructure, workforce in detailing expansion
LEBANON, N.H. — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center’s plans for a $130 million expansion point to a growing demand for the high-level services offered by New Hampshire’s biggest hospital but also highlight questions such as how will it be financed, what kinds of strains might it place on infrastructu
Digging Into the DHMC Expansion
— Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center’s plans for a $130 million expansion point to a growing demand for the high-level services offered by New Hampshire’s biggest hospital but also highlight questions such as how will it be financed, what kinds of strains might it place on infrastructure in the Uppe
Danbury grandmother gets call, manages to escape being scammed
DANBURY — Earlier this month, Noreen Rollins received a phone call that made her heart sink. Her grandson, a 4.0 student in his senior year at a California college, was crying and pleading for help. He’d flown to Georgia over the weekend for a friend’s wedding and had gotten into a car accident afte
Former Dartmouth Student Faces ICE Deportation
— Homeland Security officials recently arrested and started deportation proceedings for a former Dartmouth College graduate student from China who was in the process of appealing a 2017 conviction for attempting to solicit an underage boy for sex over the internet.
Woman recovering, teenage driver praised in Chesterfield crash Monday
CHESTERFIELD — Police say the woman injured in a crash on Route 9 on Monday is recovering. The woman, Maria Chase, 56, of Greenfield, Mass., was seriously injured and airlifted to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, Chesterfield Police Chief Duane Chickering said. He said Thursday she’s e
Roundup: Phantoms win on the road
ARLINGTON — The Proctor boys basketball team bounced back from the loss to Otter Valley in the championship game of the Bob Abrahamson Tip-Off Tournament by beating Arlington on the road Monday night, 51-45. The Phantoms were up 23-17 at the half.
City Refuses Extension for Developer Seeking to Revamp Project
Lebanon NH. Lebanon Planning Board. Carter Country Club. Tim Camerato. — The city on Monday effectively killed a developer’s plans to build 306 single-family homes in a proposed subdivision off of Mechanic Street, saying he hadn’t made an adequate effort in the past year to address planners’ concern
2018-19 High School Swimming Preview
It was a dream season for Hanover High’s swimming and diving team last winter: dual boys and girls championships at the NHIAA Division II state meet, surpassing Oyster River by wide margins.
NH Is Hiring Snow Plow Drivers For Up To $95 An Hour
Winter is just getting started. The New Hampshire Department of Transportation wants to ensure we are armed for whatever excitement Mother Nature plans to throw our way!. According to the Patch, the search is on for qualified plow drivers for Winter Snow Removal. Pay will be up to $95.10 an hour and
2018-19 High School Bowling Preview
Steve Bly enters his seventh season at the helm of Windsor High’s bowling with the kind of depth and returning experience required to win state titles. Grayson Frazer and Rayce Gilbert are both back after impressive 2017-18 campaigns, juniors Brayton Bailey and Jared Storms join the veteran fray and