The Messenger – May 22, 2015

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Download The Messenger - May 22, 2015 (pdf)Weare Selectmen standing firm on hiring part-time Police Chief

After several hours of testimony at a pair of public hearings, Weare residents made clear their opposition to the Selectmen’s decision to offer a three year, part-time contract to Interim Police Chief Sean Kelly. Although there was unanimous praise for Kelly, as a person, and for the job he has done over the last six months, opposition centered on…

Accomplice to Charron murder paroled

Kevin Paul, an accomplice of Gordon Perry, who shot and killed Epsom police Officer Jeremy Charron in August 1997 has been granted a conditional parole. This was the fourth time Paul has appeared before the board. He claimed to be rehabilitated, but Fran Charron, Jeremy Charron’s mother, said she’s not surprised by the board’s decision, but she’s not convinced that…

Newport brush fire quickly contained

Newport firefighters triggered a first-alarm brush fire assignment, which brought in tankers from Lempster, Goshen, Sunapee, New London and Newbury, forestry units from Sunapee and Claremont, and an off-road vehicle from Lempster, to battle a fire about 300 yards behind a home on Old Goshen Road. Fire engines couldn’t reach the blaze from the road, so water had to be brought up using thef…

Campers banned from Transfer Station?

Weare Public Works Director Redmond would like to have campgrounds in town prohibited from using the Transfer Station as are other businesses in town. The Town takes the trash generated from the campgrounds from May to October, which accounts for approximately 4,000-5,000 additional residents. Redmond realizes that the campground owners do pay taxes on the land, but the town doesn’t get any additional money from the campers. He would like permission to notify the campground owners that in…

Twelve arrested in multi-agency drug sweeps in Franklin

The Franklin Police Department along with Merrimack County Sheriff’s Department, NH Attorney General’s Office Drug Task Force, and NH State Police arrested two men and two women in a city wide sweep for allegedly dealing drugs. Arrested by the NH Attorney General Drug Task Force for drug sales were: David Bridges, 34, George Labraney, 39, Allison Noyes, 35, of Franklin and Tia J. Reed, 19, of Hill.Warrants obtained from investigations and…

Boys Sports

BASEBALL – Campbell 13 Bow 4: The Falcons trailed the Cougars 4-2 at one point, but Campbell’s offense kicked into high gear, extending the lead to 10-2 before Bow was able to scratch out two more runs. Evan Vulgamore was 3-for-3….

Girls Sports

SOFTBALL – Franklin 8 Bishop Brady 5 (9 inn): Rachael Capri hit the go-ahead two-RBI double in the top of the ninth. She scored on the play when there was a collision in the outfield, making it 8-5. Hailey Haskins pitched the complete game for the win….

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