The Messenger – August 8, 2014

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In This Issue

Download The Messenger - August 8, 2014 (pdf)Injured man airlifted after Newport motorcycle accident

A man was airlifted to DHMC after the throttle on his motorcycle stuck, causing him to crash into a fence on Saturday just before 4:30 on South Main Street in Newport. Witnesses say the motorcyclist pulled out of Irving gas station and he pulled over to wait for a…

Henniker Police warn of Green Dot MoneyPak scam

The Henniker Police are warning residents not to sign up for a money scam involving Green Dot MoneyPak cards. According to Chief Ryan Murdough, over the past few months, the police have received reports from about a half-dozen residents who said they had gotten the scam…

Three people killed in Stoddard accident

Three people died after a car and a camper collided Saturday afternoon on Route 9 in Stoddard, state police said. A 2010 Honda Accord was driving west when it collided with the camper near the intersection of New Hampshire Route 123 around 2:15 p.m., state police said. The Accord was driven by Mary Newton, 54, of Greenfield, Massachusetts, who drove into the eastbound lane and hit…

Hillsborough’s new UPS Store supports area’s small businesses

On Monday, August 4, a new UPS Store opened in Hillsborough in the center of downtown, adjacent to the Sausage Source. The store is part of a nation-wide chain of stores that specialize in supporting small businesses and retail customers for all their logistics needs. The Hillsborough store is owned by the Reopel family of Hillsborough and is…

Newport Historical Society hosts program on the Concord Coach

“Abbot & Downing and the Concord Coach,” subtitled “Maybe it Begins as a Love Story,” is the title of a program by Peter James, presented by the Newport Historical Society, in the ballroom of the Richards Free Library, 20 Main St, in Newport, NH, on Tuesday, August 12, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The program is free, open to the public, and the…

Community Garden serves Henniker & Hopkinton

Something beautiful is happening at Hopkinton-Everett Lake. Amidst the lush greenery and beautiful postcard perfect scenes, a community garden is growing; a garden blooming with delicious, seasonal vegetables lovingly tended by the Henniker and Hopkinton Lions Clubs of New Hampshire. The true beauty of this community garden isn’t the array of colors of the vegetables that are springing forth from the soil, but the fact that the garden provides food for many local disadvantaged people..

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