The Messenger – July 22, 2011

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On July 19th New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Law Enforcement received a call from New Hampshire State Police regarding a hunting-related shooting incident in Peterborough. N.H. Fish and Game Conservation Officers responded to a wooded area near Old Dublin Road in Peterborough, where Peterborough Police had reported that 16-year-old Cody Boutwell of Peterborough shot his 16-year-old companion Matthew Sandquist of Greenfield while hunting coyotes…

Domestic disturbance leads to drug bust

While responding to a domestic disturbance between a man and woman Friday night, Antrim Police discover a stash of marijuana plants and drug paraphernalia. After the officers conducted an investigation, it was determined that the man was the victim of an assault, and he was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital with injuries from bites…

Antrim Planning Board ignores invitation to meet

Representatives of Antrim Wind Energy met with the selectmen to discuss how to proceed now that the NH Site Evaluation Committee has taken jurisdiction over the anticipated Tuttle Hill Wind Farm. The company confirmed that it will file its application before the end of the year, having met with several NH and Federal agencies which would have input over the project…

Dalzell named “Volunteer of the Year”

The New Hampshire Historical Society has named Jeff Dalzell of Hopkinton its 2011 Volunteer of the Year. Dalzell, an architect with degrees from Williams College and the Harvard School of Architecture, was recognized for volunteering his time and expertise to lead the Society through a space needs evaluation and long-range facilities planning study. ..

New Jersey chef brings it to Hillsborough

Hillsborough Pride’s ribbon cutting chair Jack Wells accompanied by Chamber of Commerce Rep. Meg Curtiss welcome J. Marino’s Italian Restaurant and Brick Oven pizza to Main Street, Hillsborough….

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