The Messenger – December 17, 2010

In This Issue…

Hospital employees facing salary & benefit cuts

Faced with declining revenues in a poor economy, Monadnock Community Hospital has announced a second round of salary cuts.

Chamber honors Shattuck & Livingstons

The Hillsborough Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the 2010 Citizen of the Year is Gilman Shattuck.  Livingston’s Auto Repair and Arctic Cat is the 2010 Business of the Year.

Hillsborough couple escapes Sunday fire

Last Sunday, Hillsborough firefighters rescued an elderly man who couldn’t get up from the kitchen floor as smoke filled his home. The fire started in the breeze-way that connects Fred Hill’s garage to the kitchen of his 25 Center Road home.

Pair arrested for Hillsboro home invasion

Two local men have been arrested in relation to a violent home invasion on December 13th. Brian Boucher, 26, of Hillsboro and Brent Smith, 26, of Deering have been charged with armed robbery in relation to a home invasion at a house on Second NH Turnpike.

Newport applying for state grant

Public Works Director Larry Wiggins and Finance Director Paul Brown met with the Newport selectmen to discuss STP Rural Development Grant & Project Status.

Henniker Chamber helps food pantry

The Henniker Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a Holiday Business After Hours at Daniel’s Restaurant. Fifty-five members and guests attended this holiday event.

Peterborough man charged with felony

A Peterborough man was arrested Monday on felony charges for allegedly growing marijuana in his apartment. Jeffrey Orban, 24, of Union Street, turned himself in on a warrant charging him with manufacture of a controlled drug.

National Commander candidate visits NH Legions

Fang Wong, the lead candidate for next year’s National American Legion Commander, paid a visit to New Hampshire over the weekend of November 19-21, 2010. Retired from the Army as a Warrant Officer, his Post is in Chinatown, Manhattan, NY.

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