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Sobriety Checkpoint AnnouncedWalpole and Chesterfield, NH - As a result of the increasing incidents of drinking and/or drugged driving, the New Hampshire State Police petitioned for, and was granted, Superior Court authorization to conduct a Sobriety Checkpoint. The “Sobriety Checkpoint” is an effective method of deterring, detecting and apprehending the impaired operator.The program, approved by the NH Highway Safety Agency and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, provides federal highway safety funds to support these checkpoints, which will be conducted in Walpole and Chesterfield.A review of records has shown that the use of alcohol by individuals who operate motor vehicles has resulted in an alarming number of deaths and personal injury accidents. Therefore, in an effort to maintain safe roads in Cheshire County, the New Hampshire State Police, in conjunction with the Walpole and Chesterfield Police Departments, will be conducting Sobriety Checkpoints in the Walpole and Chesterfield areas over the course of the next few weekends.The purpose of the Sobriety Checkpoint is to deter, detect and apprehend the impaired driver, said law enforcement in a press release. "New Hampshire State Police Troop C Commander, Lieutenant Joseph DiRusso, Cheshire County Attorney Chris McLaughlin, Walpole Police Chief Michael Paquette, and Chesterfield Police Chief Duane Chickering have taken an aggressive stance to prevent persons from driving while intoxicated. New Hampshire has some of the most aggressive laws in the country to fight the intoxicated driver and the law enforcement community will use those tools to their full extent," said the statement. ... See MoreSee Less
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Loan/Grant Programs for HomeownersCLAREMONT - Please join us on August 24th at 6:30pm at the CSB Community Center, and learn about several loan/grant programs available to homeowners of limited income. These programs can be used in a number of ways to improve and modernize your home, and address safety issues such as lead-based paint and lead pipes. Representatives from the USDA Rural Development Office, Habitat for Humanity and Southwestern Community Services will present an overview of these programs and answer questions. A representative from the USDA Rural Development Office will be available to conduct onsite, prequalification applications. This is free and open to the public, and registration is not required. For more information, call 603-504-6273. ... See MoreSee Less
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Solar Eclipse Fever Hits Fiske Free Library
The Fiske Free library in Claremont was insanely busy on Monday, August 21st, as eclipse fever took over. “From the time we opened at 9:00 a.m., people flooded in looking for eclipse glasses which they heard that we were handing out,” said Children’s Librarian Marta Smith. “At that point we were wo....
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Scott BlishIt's pretty bad when kids could not get glasses but all of city hall had them
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