The Messenger – August 17, 2012

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Newbury adopts a fee for use policy at Veteran’s Hall

At Monday’s meeting, the Newbury Selectmen decided to institute a fee for use policy for town buildings. Selectman Richard Wright suggested that the meeting room at Town Hall was never designed for public use and suggested that it be reserved for town functions with private meetings being shifted to the newly…

Deering officials criticized over “unchecked nepotism”

A Superior Court judge has issued his order in the case of Raymond Daniels v. Town of Deering and Elizabeth Kelly. In his opening sentence, Judge Kenneth Brown made it clear how he was going to rule. “This case involves small town politics, personality quirks, conflicts and unchecked nepotism,” he said. Brown found that…

Police investigating burglaries in Henniker, Bradford and Contoocook

Henniker police are looking for two men caught in surveillance pictures in connection with the burglaries. Henniker police responded to a break-in at the Mobil on the Run just off Route 114. Sgt. Matt French of the Henniker Police Department told WMUR TV9 that “One of the north entrances was smashed…

ConVal aid arrested, charged with felonious sexual assault

A former Rindge police officer, who also worked as a program aide, working with children with behavioral challenges at ConVal High School, has been arrested and charged with attempted felonious sexual assault. Keene police arrested…

Former New Boston man files false claims with Vets and Social Security

A former New Boston resident is being held on federal charges after allegedly lying about being involved in special operations missions during Vietnam and claiming he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in order to collect…


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