The Messenger – Dec. 13, 2013

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Download The Messenger - Dec. 13, 2013 (pdf)Henniker receives Safe Routes To School Grant

The Town of Henniker has been awarded $214,431 for sidewalk improvements as part of the Safe Routes to School Program. This grant, administered by the Bureau of Planning and Community Assistance at the New Hampshire Department of Transportation will allow significant improvements to sections of the sidewalks on Western Avenue between Route 114 and…

Attorney General closes Seastrand case with no criminal charges

David Seastrand, the former New London police chief, who quit after a local college student said he asked to photograph her nude in exchange for dropping a charge, will not face criminal charges or any further discipline stemming from complaints filed by three other women. Attorney General Joseph A. Foster said that the investigation of David Seastrand’s activities determined…

Sunapee man charged with manslaughter

Robert Dellinger, 53, of Sunapee has been charged in connection with the deaths of a couple killed in a crash on Interstate 89 over the weekend. Dellinger was charged with two counts of manslaughter. He is accused of recklessly causing the deaths of…

Capital improvements needed at Hillsboro-Deering Schools

There was good news and bad news for taxpayers at Monday’s meeting of the Hillsboro-Deering School Board. The good news is that the proposed operating budget of $20,466,826 reflects only a 1.5% increase over the current budget. The bad news is that…

Mother and child injured in fall from Crotched Mountain chairlift

A woman and child suffered serious injuries after falling 40 feet from a chairlift at Crotched Mountain ski area. One victim was flown to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, while the other was taken by ambulance to Monadnock Hospital. They fell about halfway up the..

ConVal teacher is NH Scholars Champ

ConVal School to Work Coordinator Mary Lou O’Neil was honored as a New Hampshire Scholars Champion for her work in business/education partnerships. Mary Lou was recognized for her work with placing students in internships and job shadowing opportunities; for her ability to make connections with local business partners; for her role as student mentor for…

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