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Abigail Hernandez Is Home!!!

by Cooper July 22, 2014 Front Page News

    A COLLECTIVE SIGH OF RELIEF SWEPT OVER THE STATE AS THE GOOD NEWS THAT 15 YEAR OLD ABIGAIL HERNANDEZ HAS RETURNED HOME SAFELY. THE KENNETT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT HAD BEEN MISSING SINCE OCTOBER 9TH. THE ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE ALONG SIDE THE CONWAY POLICE AND FBI ARE STILL ACTIVELY INVESTIGATING THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ABIGAIL’S […]

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Alleged Assault In Berlin

by Cooper June 13, 2014 News

    The SWAT team was called out in Berlin last night after an alleged domes­tic assault. Police say a woman came in on Thurs­day after­noon and reported that she was the vic­tim of an assault inside her apart­ment on Mount Forist Street. She said the man who did it could still be inside the […]

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SAU 9 Continues To Search For Superintendent

by Cooper June 12, 2014 News

    Con­way schools still need a new super­in­ten­dent, and the SAU 9 Board will meet tonight to dis­cuss the search process. Cur­rent super­in­ten­dent Carl Nel­son has delayed retire­ment twice already wait­ing for his suc­ces­sor to be selected. After a nation­wide search, only two can­di­dates applied for the job in January,and nei­ther was qual­i­fied. So, […]

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Grave Desecration In Colebrook

by Cooper June 12, 2014 News

    Three peo­ple are fac­ing charges in Cole­brook for allegedly dig­ging up the body of a rich rel­a­tive who died ten years ago, look­ing for a will. In May, the vault con­tain­ing the remains of well-known busi­ness­man Edward Nash at a North Coun­try ceme­tery was smashed and the cas­ket was forced open. Police say […]

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Man Arrested in Conway Home Invasion

by Cooper June 10, 2014 News

    A Con­way man says he wishes he’d used lethal force against the stranger who invaded his home on Lock Shop Loop early Sun­day morn­ing. John Cimini was asleep on the couch when it hap­pened, his wife and two chil­dren were asleep in their bed­rooms. He heard a crash and saw a stranger stand­ing […]

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Memorial Day Observances

by Cooper May 26, 2014 Front Page News

    At 8:00 am, the Madison American Legion will hold a ceremony at the Lyman Cemetery on High Street. At 8:30 there is a bus ride from Madison Town Hall to the Gilman Cemetery in East Madison for a ceremony at 8:45, followed by a parade at Madison Town Hall and a free community […]

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Wolfeboro Police Commissioner Resigns Over Racial Slur

by Cooper May 20, 2014 News

    An 82-year-old town police commissioner in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, has resigned after admitting to calling President Obama a racial slur. Robert Copeland stepped down Sunday night (May 18th) over the incident, which made national headlines and roiled the resort town of 6,300. At a meeting last week, held after a resident overheard Copeland […]

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