The Messenger – August 3, 2012

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In This Issue

Download The Messenger - August 3, 2012 (pdf)Hillsborough pleads – keep our street lights on

On behalf of the Hillsborough Board of Selectmen, Building/Code/Health Inspector Kelly Dearborn-Luce has written to the NH Department of Transportation asking that officials reconsider the decision to shut off the street lights in two of the several areas they have proposed. Local officials are particularly concerned with…

Antrim house destroyed – fire remains under investigation

Antrim Fire Chief Mike Beauchamp has not released the cause of a Sunday night fire which destroyed a house on Concord Street. He would say only that the fire remains under investigation. The Antrim Fire Department responded to a single alarm at about 11:30 p.m. but soon required assistance from…

$560,000 Weare home sells for $60,000

A Weare house, valued at $560,000 on the town’s tax rolls, which was seized by the U.S. Marshals Service in 2010, was sold at auction last week for $60,000. Christian Laura, 44, who owned the home until 2010, was indicted on drug trafficking and…

O’Dougherty and By off to Korea in Jan

Two athletes from New Hampshire will be joining nearly 3,300 fellow athletes and teams from over 100 nations around the world in PyeongChang, South Korea, Jan 29–Feb 5, 2013. The 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games will feature world-class competition in alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, figure skating, snowboarding and speed skating, among other sports. Special Olympics New Hampshire is proud to announce that two athletes from our state will be competing as …

Two young children survive Weare crash

On July 29th Weare Officers Ken Cox and Nick Nadeau responded to Abijah Bridge Road in Weare for a reported single vehicle crash. It was reported that the vehicle had impacted a sign and rolled over. It was also reported that…


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