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Former Teacher Sentenced to Four Months

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.

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-08-18 01:11:28

Man hits pole and drives off

MAIDSTONE, Vt.Police are looking for a New Hampshire man they said crashed into a utility in Maidstone, Vermont and then drove off.

WCAX - 2018-08-19 09:39:00

Littleton Library Welcoming Sandy Stott To Summer Author Series

On Wednesday, Sept. 5 at 6:30 p.m., Littleton Public Library, as part of their Summer Author Series, will host author Sandy Stott for a discussion on his recent release Critical Hours: Search and Rescue in the White Mountains. Filled with tales of astonishing courage and sobering tragedy, Critical H


Bag Balm Employees Pitch In At Caledonia Co. Fairgrounds

Bag Balm employees helping renovate a new food truck which CALEX Ambulance will be operating at local fairs this summer, including at today's Danville Fair. (Photo Courtesy Mark Perkins/Bag Balm)

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2018-08-18 09:00:00

Police investigating theft of legal pot plants

EAST CHARLESTON, Vt. (AP) -Vermont State Police are investigating the theft of four legal marijuana plants that were stolen from behind a fence where they were being grown in the town of East Charleston.Owner Joshua Newcity is offering to give the plants to anyone who provides the tip that enables p

WYMT.COM - 2018-08-18 10:17:00

Strong storm downs trees, power lines in Carroll, Twin Mountain

Trees, utility poles and power lines were toppled in the area of Route 3 and Route 115 just after 9 p.m., Carroll police said.


Mountain rescuer who died in 1982 avalanche honored in ceremony atop Mount Washington

“Albert went out in horrendously bad conditions. Why? Because he wanted to? No. But because nobody else could do what he could do,” Lantini said.

WMUR.COM - 2018-08-17 22:15:00

Truck Reported Stolen In Lyndonville

Police received a report of a truck that was stolen sometime between the evening of Aug. 10 and the morning of Aug. 13. The Ford F550 Rack Body truck was taken from the AmeriGas storage lot on Industrial Park Road. It has the AmeriGas name and logo on the front doors and may have visible front end d


Republican Candidates Vying to Challenge Kuster Have a Lot They Agree On

Concord— From tough stances on illegal immigration, skepticism of climate change and praise for the job performance of President Donald Trump, the leading candidates vying for the Republican nomination in New Hampshire’s Second Congressional District agree on many of the issues

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-08-19 00:11:47

Editorial: Hope For A Free & Independent Union

On Tuesday, voters in Groton, Wells River and Ryegate faced an agonizing decision. It was clear to them that the powerful state agency of education, eager to enforce the school district consolidation mandated by Act 46, intended to kill their pre-K-12 Blue Mountain Union School District.On Primary D

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2018-08-18 09:00:00

Greensboro Bend store robbed at knifepoint

GREENSBORO BEND, Vt. (WCAX)Police are looking for two suspects involved in a robbery of a Greensboro Bend store.It happened Thursday afternoon at Smith's Store. Hardwick Police say two people dressed all in black entered the store and demanded money. Both were armed with knives. They fled in a an un


Waterford Calls For Labor Stories Of The Past

The Waterford Historical Society is inviting all with an interest in the immigrant experience in America, the labor movement, and local history - especially as it relates to the construction of Comerford and Moore Dams - to participate in a unique program on Wednesday, Aug. 22, at 6:30 p.m.It is tak


Volunteer drivers desperately needed by RSVP

CONWAY — RSVP is officially putting out a call for volunteer drivers for the Conway, North Conway, Albany, Tamworth, Sandwich, Jackson, Bartlett, Eaton and Freedom.Many people in the community do not own cars. These same people are often elderly, on fixed incomes and need to see their doctors or rec

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2018-08-17 20:30:00

NH senator charged with domestic violence faces challenger

RANDOLPH, N.H. (AP)A Randolph, New Hampshire, woman is waging a write-in campaign to challenge Jeff Woodburn, the Democratic minority leader facing domestic violence charges.


Second Expungement Day Expanded For Convictions From Any Vermont State Court

GUILDHALL — Essex County State’s Attorney Vince Illuzzi, Vermont Legal Aid, and the Caledonia-Essex Co. Bar Association invite community members, who have been charged or convicted of misdemeanor and other qualifying offenses, to a second expungement clinic on Saturday, Aug. 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.


Old Mill Bakery brings new life to downtown Whitefield

The bakery has free Wifi, Green Mountain coffee and several baked goods from whoopie pies, to white, wheat and Italian breads. Also sold are bagels, cookies, muffins, candy apples and various fudge.


Early Downpour At Orleans County Fair Fails To Dampen Opening Day

Katie Blake 19, of Sutton walks her calf through rain puddles to the barn at the Orleans County Fair on Wednesday. (Photo by Gordon Alexander)


Bethlehem: Pinetree Power Holds Rally In Hopes Overturning Governor’s Veto

On Tuesday, Rodney Wilson, center, a 25-year employee of the Pinetree Power biomass plant in Bethlehem, leads a tour of Pinetree Power, where about 100 people visited the facility for a rally aimed at drumming up support and encouraging the N.H. Legislature to override Gov. Chris Sununu's veto of Se


Is Vermont Bankrupt? - Pete Gummere

With the state owing more than twice what it owns, and with taxpayers telling them to put the brakes on spending, legislators and the administration need to confront just how close we are to bankruptcy. Hardly a pleasant prospect!


Lincoln police chief placed on administrative leave

LINCOLN, N.H. —Lincoln’s police chief Theodore P. Smith has been placed on administrative leave, the town manager confirmed to WMUR.Smith’s leave is pending an administrative review of the department, town manager Butch Burbank said.Advertisement>>Download the FREE WMUR appBurbank said the situation