The Messenger – Nov. 30, 2012

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In This Issue

Download The Messenger - Nov. 30, 2012 (pdf)Henniker school launches “Roadmap to End Childhood Hunger”

A statewide effort to ensure that no New Hampshire child goes to bed hungry was recently launched at the Henniker Community School and supporters say that while the problem is complex, the solutions are simple. The Roadmap to End Childhood Hunger is a program launched by…

Cumberland Farms burglar still at large

Hillsboro police are searching for a suspect in connection to an armed robbery that happened Saturday. Christopher Corona, 44, reportedly fled from the scene at Cumberland Farms on Henniker Street after he held the store clerk at knife-point while she was on her way to the bank with a…

New London Kindergarten students aid NY firefighters

On Thanksgiving day, firefighters at Woodbury Fire Company #1 in New York received a care basket from Kindergarten students at New London Elementary School, who collected baskets of chips, dips and snacks to thank N.Y. firefighters for their efforts in supporting the residents affected by…

New London & Mount Royal Academy bid for 1941 school

Representatives of both the Town of New London and Mount Royal Academy gave their presentations to the Ad Hoc Committee of the School Board on November 26th. David Kidder and Steve Theroux were the main presenters for the town, with the Selectmen offering…

Gala of Lights & Festival of Trees in Antrim

The big tree outside the Antrim Library is up and the lights are strung, thanks to Andrew Robblee and his merry crew from Robblee Tree Services. Trees and wreaths have already started to appear on all three floors of the library with many more due…

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