The Town of Newport, NH, has announced the appointment of Brent W. Wilmot as its next Chief of the Newport Police Department. Wilmot currently holds the rank of Deputy Chief in Claremont. He... Read more
Initial reports of a crash on I-91 Hartland Mile Marker 61.2 around 7:18 this morning indicated there was a single vehicle involved in a rollover in the median, reported the Vermont State Po... Read more
Community Event with Joe Biden in Claremont, NH Doors Open: 11:15 AM ETEvent Start Time: 11:45 AM ETWhere: Common Man Inn, 21 Water St, Claremont, NH 03743Event Attendance: Members of... Read more
NEWPORT, NH—The Newport Police Department Emergency Communications Center received several 911 calls at approximately 3:30 P.M., Jan. 9, advising that there had been a pedestrian struck by a... Read more
The new Claremont City Council was sworn in and seated this evening (Eric Zengota photo). Read more
2019 – A Pivotal Year for Claremont As 2019 draws to an end, we may find ourselves reflecting upon the year. For the City of Claremont, 2019 was a pivotal year. Increased funding... Read more
NEWPORT, NH—The Newport Police Department Communications Center received several 911 calls at 7:25 P.M. Saturday night advising that there had been a motor vehicle collision with a pedestria... Read more
Claremont Fire was called to a chimney fire on Chestnut St., opposite Chase St., Christmas Eve. Chestnut St. was closed to traffic for a bit, which was redirected down South St. (Phyllis A.... Read more
Another item has been added to the holiday display in Broad St. Park in Claremont, from the Freedom From Religion Foundation, which challenges the inclusion of religious items—in this case,... Read more
CLAREMONT, NH–The 2019 Claremont tax rate for the City, School, and County has been set and bills should be in the mail by early next week. The new rate is $40.26, which is an overall... Read more
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Recycling Services Inc. is continuing its quest to seek a variance to expand its operations on Industrial Blvd. in Claremont to include construction and demolition materials (C & D). The matter will go before the Claremont Zoning Board on Monday, March 2, Council Chambers, 7:00 p.m. This is a public hearing. ... See MoreSee Less
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American Recycling estimated they would process about 500 tons of C&D material a day brought in by 30 to 50 trucks of different sizes. Imagine the impact on our roads. We need to fight this. Come to the meeting March 2, at 7:00 P.M. in council chambers.
If it doesn't work the 1st time keep trying!
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Lebanon Recreation & Parks is back at their office location inside River Valley Community College (RVCC) at 15 Hanover Street, Lebanon. As of Thursday, Feb 20, RVCC has completed repairs that were needed. If you have questions about Lebanon Recreation please contact us at 603-448-5121, Mon-Fri, 8:30-4:30. You can also send an email to Recreation@LebanonNH.gov. ... See MoreSee Less
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Two Vermont women caught with 52,000 lethal doses of fentanyl, police say
Make them each take half :) problem solved!
Wtf is wrong with people
feds will take this
Mary Holden- Carpenter
JUST KILL EM!😳
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH😡😡😡
Heather Davis Becca Higgins
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