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Video Shows Hartford Cop Slap Detainee
Windsor County State’s Attorney David Cahill has been reviewing the case, but said on Friday potential charges against former Officer Frederick Peyton, who left the Hartford Police Department two weeks later, were complicated by the fact that the detainee, Jeffrey Stroike, said he was unable to reme
Most Expensive Lake Sunapee Home In NH Going For $8M
SUNAPEE, NH — New Hampshire's most expensive Lake Sunapee home on the market is an $8 million mansion with every possible amenity. The home, built in 2014 and listed in the spring, has 11 bathrooms, geothermal heating, a three-car garage with living area and boat dock. The home is set on 1.2 acres a
Lebanon Expands Electronic Sign Ban
In a unanimous vote, the City Council adopted new rules that also forbid electronic messages that display time, temperature and gas prices, which long have been exempt from city digital-sign regulations.
Police investigate attempted dog thefts in Grantham
“He noticed a car stop and then heard somebody whistling, and he looked over in the direction of the car and there was somebody inside whistling. He saw the passenger door open up and a bag of dog food being jangled outside along with some whistling,” Grantham Police Chief John Parsons said.
Ex-St. Paul’s teacher gets 4 months in jail for conspiring with former student to lie under oath
David Pook, 48, of Warner will spend four months in county jail on misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit false swearing and criminal contempt of court. As part of a plea agreement, all felony charges were dismissed.
Perkinsville Man Sentenced for Springfield, Vt., Robberies
Burlington— A 38-year-old Perkinsville man has been sentenced to 7½ years in prison for a string of robberies in Springfield, Vt., in 2016, according to a news release.
More Room to Row: Dartmouth to Expand Boathouse
Hanover— Thanks to Upper Valley winters, Dartmouth College’s rowing teams are almost never able to access the Connecticut River when the spring sports season begins in early February. Starting next year, they should at least be able to simulate it better.
Westminster man shoots self; police search for second man | The Chester Telegraph
When troopers entered the home, they found an armed man who then fired a shot into his own neck. Police provided medical care, including CPR, until emergency personal arrived. The man was flown to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, where he is in critical condition. VSP are not releasing the name o
Report on Upper Valley boy's near-hanging tied up in court
CLAREMONT, N.H. (AP)Almost a year after an 8-year-old biracial boy was nearly hanged, the New Hampshire attorney general's office says a legal dispute is preventing it from releasing a report on its investigation.
Vt. Shooter Could Face Second Trial
White River Junction— Instead of being sentenced later this year, a 33-year-old Vermont man who was convicted by a jury in February of shooting and killing Wesley Wing in their Springfield, Vt., neighborhood may head back to court for a second trial.
VSP Investigate Hartland car break-ins
HARTLAND, Vt. (WCAX)Police are investigating a rash of car thefts from unlocked cars in the Hartland area early Tuesday.Vermont State Police say they received a number of calls about thefts from unlocked vehicles -- and in one case a home -- along Route 5 and near Rice and James Roads. The crimes to
Two Female Coaching Interns to Join Staff for Preseason Camp - DartmouthSports.com
HANOVER, N.H.— Dartmouth football andBuddy Teevens, the Robert L. Blackman Head Coach, announced that Chenell Tillman-Brooks and Callie Brownson will serve as coaching interns during the team's preseason camp.
Sharon Elementary School Plans Opening Day Events | The Herald of Randolph
Open house is on Tuesday, Aug. 28 from 5:30-6:30 p.m., when everyone will meet in the gym and the principal will introduce the faculty and staff and say a few words before releasing folks to visit classrooms. While this is not as formal as years past, teachers will have packets of information and be
Dartmouth Mulls 3 Sites for Dorm
All three sites, which are located east of the Dartmouth Green, would require the college either to demolish existing structures or adjust other future plans. Regardless, the Hanover campus requires change to meet student demands, Executive Vice President Rick Mills said.
Investigation continues into suspicious Woodstock fire
"The village needs variety and Pi really added a nice flavor, especially in the evening because you could dine outside and it really makes the town seem vibrant when you see people sitting outside and enjoying themselves," said Beth Finlayson of the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce.
Report done on Claremont boy's near-hanging, but not released
The attorney general's office says Wednesday that once its investigation was complete, it sought a court order to release the report, "due to confidentiality constraints and the ages of the children involved."
Net-zero multifamily project underway in West Lebanon
The 29-unit Tracy Community Housing project in West Lebanon is designed to be energy-neutral and net-zero, with residents' electricity, heating and cooling costs included in the rent. The energy will be generated by solar panels.
Local swimmers buoy EDGE team to state victory - Shelburne News
Paced by Shelburne’s Ella Miller, the EDGE swim team captured its fifth Division I state championship in the Vermont Swim Association championships at the Upper Valley Aquatic Center in Hartford, Vt., on Aug. 4 and 5.
Dog River hazard mitigation project completed | Times Argus
The site, along the Dog River, has been an endeavor for Friends of the Winooski Executive Director Michele Braun. At the time of Tropical Storm Irene, Braun was the land-use planner for Northfield and had just finished an update to the town’s hazard mitigation plan — in July 2011.
Palliative care center reshaping end-of-life treatment in Upper Valley
LEBANON, N.H. (WCAX)Just under 200 patients have been admitted to a new palliative care facility at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center since it opened about eight months ago. They're helping to reshape how end-of-life care is delivered in the Upper Valley.If you look around the brand new Jack Byrne