Marion K. Roy, 103, formerly of Charlestown, NH, died on August 13, 2016, at Elm Wood Center in Claremont. She was born in North Walpole on September 14, 1912, the oldest child of George W.... Read more
Marjorie L. Frenette passed away on Thursday, Aug.11,2016 at the home of Bob and Ginny Gosselin in Charlestown, NH. She was the daughter of Luther and Ethel Snide. She was born, on May 22, 1... Read more
Matthew John Sykie, 33, of Charlestown, NH, passed away on July 21, 2016, surrounded by his family. He was born on September 4, 1982, the son of John and Tammy Sykie. Matthew had attend Fall... Read more
Charles “Bill” Willard Hager, Jr., 73, of Fisher Place in Claremont, NH, died on Monday evening, August 8, 2016, at Mount Ascutney Hospital in Windsor. He was born in Long Island, NY on July... Read more
Eleanor B. Parmelee, 99, died on August 2, 2016, just five days shy of her 100th birthday. She was born in Claremont, NH, on August 7, 1916, the daughter of Edward and Elsie (Benjamin) Burke... Read more
Bruce A. Bunnell, 64, of Clearwater, FL, and formerly of Claremont, NH, passed away on Sunday, May 29, 2016 at Morton Plant Hospital from heart and liver failure after a year long battle wit... Read more
Horace A Kingsbury Sr., 84, passed away at Franklin Regional Hospital on July 28, 2016; he was a lifelong resident of Westmoreland until March 2015 when he moved to the NH Veterans Home in T... Read more
Gloria Burbank, 75, passed away in Greeneville TN, on July 19, 2016. She was born on July 4, 1941 in Claremont, NH, and later was a graduate of Stevens High School in 1959. She and her husba... Read more
William A. Charron Sr., 80, passed away on July 27, 2016, at Elm Wood Center in Claremont. He was born in Rutland, VT, on April 14, 1936, the son of Adelard and Loretta (Regan) Charron. He w... Read more
Paul W. Weaver, 69, of Charlestown, NH, passed away on July 23, 2016, at his home. He was born in Randolph, VT, on July 29, 1946 the son of Kenneth L. Weaver Sr. and Evelyn M. (Schofield) We... Read more
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UPDATE: HE HAS BEEN FOUND AND ARRESTED.
Let’s just all remember this face if we see it in public, and make sure others know as well 🤬🤬🖕🏻
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Claremont Singer to Appear in an “American Idol” Episode of Hollywood Week March 25
Very nicely written story ... written with a lot of heart and thank you for continuing the story, as well as letting the ones who want to follow her know when she will be on American Idol again.
Good luck in your journey
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One Arrested, Active Warrant for 2nd Suspect in Drug Investigation
At this moment, it's in everyones backyards. Every hometown has a drug problem. Some worse than others. But until we stop enabling by opening safe injection sites that screams at you like an AA meeting. "We're all here for the same problem. But It's safe, so we're okay doing this." No. It needs to stop. Enablers need to seek advice from a professional on how to handle a loved ones addiction rather than giving them money for another fix to just crave it again 6 hours later. It's all about enabling.
Michelle Chase... I have heard doing drugs is a disease... but as you just said they CHOOSE DRIGS OVER THEIR CHILDRRN.... it is a choice and it makes me sick
No, what's sad is that the ENTIRE country has this problem.
Yet borders are still open
Hopefully they both get the help they need
I am sadden to see this she really is a good person who has a problem recovery can work but she has to hit her bottom or she will die. I know her and I am very sad right now. Instead of saying mean things pray for her and her loved ones. And Michelle Chase AA and NA is the only thing that has kept me clean for 8 years now.😢😢😢🙏🙏🙏
If you didn't start drugs you wouldn't have had trouble. Fact....choice to use gotcha...
Not always a choice people doctors have over prescribed opiates for years and for some people that's how addiction starts!!!
Good thing they weren’t able to obtain any firearms because of laws. Oh...wait...
AA and NA works if you work hard!! You are held accountable if you take it seriously and get a sponsor. What’s disgusting is that anyone is so enamored by drugs that they would choose drugs over their children. 😡
This is so sad to see :( I knew her and trusted her at one time..... it's a shame to see the effects of drugs :( her poor children :(
Its so sad that my hometown has become so bad with crime & drugs
And they will let them right back out again
Ban assault drugs! 🤣
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