One Dead, Two Injured in Weare Crash
One person was killed and two others seriously injured after a police chase ended in a Weare traffic crash early in Friday morning. NH State Police say that the New Boston Police attempted to stop a 1997 GMC Pick-up truck for driving without taillights on Rt.114. The driver refused to stop and a short time later the truck crashed off the shoulder in the southbound lane. All of the trucks occupants were ejected. One person was taken to Concord Hospital where they were pronounced dead. The other occupants were transported to Elliott Hospital in Manchester. The New Hampshire State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit was requested to respond to the scene and investigate the collision. Anyone that may have further information related to this crash, please contact TFC Christopher Storm at 603-223-4381 or email at email@example.com.
Reminder from Lebanon FD
The Lebanon Fire Department reminds all residents and visitors that, the display, sale, and discharge of Class 1.4G fireworks within the City of Lebanon, New Hampshire is strictly prohibited. This is per City of Lebanon Code Section 72-22
1.4G Fireworks are consumer fireworks and include any type of Firecracker, Bottle Rocket, Missile, Sky Rocket, hand held fountains and any device that produces solely smoke.
Road Marking to Start in Lebanon
Lebanon has contracted for street pavement marking in Lebanon and W.Lebanon with work starting on Sunday, July 5, at 6 pm. The markings will continue on Monday and Tuesday weather permitting. There will be some lane closures and intermittent delays. The City requests your cooperation and patience in observing signs and flag persons for the safety of the workers and the Public. If anyone has concerns or questions regarding the work, please contact Mike Hammond, Maintenance Superintendent at (603) 448-3112.
U.M. Army Coming to Springfield VT
Springfield VT United Methodist Church is hosting the United Methodist Army from July 5- 11. The U.M. ARMY is a growing, youth ministry spreading across the nation. Youth and adults provide home repairs for those unable to do it themselves. U.M. ARMY participants do minor repairs, yard work, painting and ramp construction etc. with no cost to homeowners. Residents who wanted to have work performed had to have had their requests in to the Church in June. Project Action assisted with getting the word out and getting homeowners to participate.
Sunapee Woman Turns Herself In
A Sunapee woman turned herself into to the Sunapee Police on a bench warrant. Police say that On Nicole D’Angelo 38, was wanted for failure to appear in Hillsboro District Court for Driving After Suspension. D’Angelo was processed and posted bail. She is due to appear in Hillsboro Court on July 28.