The Messenger – Nov. 22, 2013

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Download The Messenger - Nov. 22, 2013 (pdf)New London holds the line on real estate taxes

The New London Selectmen had high praise for Town Administrator Kim Hallquist, Finance Manager Wendy Johnson and the Department heads for working diligently to bring in a budget with only a modest increase over 2012. The town’s portion of the tax rate is up only…

Help the Lions Club feed our needy neighbors this Christmas

Messenger Publisher, Leigh Bosse is pleased to announce that for the 19th consecutive year, The Messenger, in conjunction with the Hillsboro Lions Club, will be conducting its annual appeal to readers to fund the distribution of Christmas Food Baskets to needy families in the area…

Bennington burglar captured and released

Responding to a report of a suspicious man knocking on a Bennington resident’s door, Police Chief Steve Campbell questioned Adam Belleville, 24, of Manchester. Suspicious of his excuses for knocking, Campbell brought the man to the police station in handcuffs for questioning. At the station, Belleville admitted to committing…

Henniker to propose contracted rescue services with Bradford

Henniker Rescue Squad Chief Tom French met with the Selectmen to brief them on two situations which are effecting the Squads ability to perform. A lack of manpower leaves him without the ability to cover all shifts. Currently weekdays, during business hours, the station is manned by…

NHIAA Athletic Hall of Fame Induction

The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association inducted seven new members into its Hall of Fame during an impressive ceremony on Sunday. Included in the list were two local men, Joe Clement of Henniker and Dave Barry of Sunapee…

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