Search Enters 4th Day for Lynn Perry
Lynn Perry PosteThe Vermont State Police and Chester Fire Department continued the third day of their search on Thursday for missing 57-year-old Lynn Perry. Crews searched in all elements of the weather on Thursday and unfortunately have not located Perry. Aiding in Thursday’s search were Proctorville and Ascutney Volunteer Fire Departments. The Red Cross has been supplying the search crews with water and food. Members of the Bellows Falls Fire Department will join the search on Friday for day four of the search for Perry who went missing shortly after midnight on Tuesday morning.

Fugitive from Justice Arrested in Springfield VT
Springfield VT Police arrested a man alleged to have arrest warrants for him from NH. Police say they found the alleged Fugitive from Justice Matthew Horton 26, hiding in a closet. Horton was cited to appear in Windsor Criminal court on Friday, and is lodged at Southern State Correctional Facility in lieu of 25,000 Cash or Surety bail.

Parking Limited on Sunday and Monday in Leb
Paving operations in Lebanon will limit parking in some areas of Lebanon on Sunday and Monday. There will be no parking along North and West Park Streets, o in front of Salt Hill Pub and Citizens Bank during on Sunday and Monday from 6pm-6am.
GMI Asphalt is doing the paving operations during this period as part of the City of Lebanon’s 2015 Pavement Maintenance Program. Any questions should be directed to Lebanon Public Works at 603.448.3112.

Public Information Meeting in New London
There is a public informational meeting in New London for discussion of lake level management on Monday at 6:30PM. The New London Selectboard will hold the meeting in the Sydney L. Crook Conference Room in the Town Office Building. Currently Pleasant Lake is lowered at the end of October to 801.7 feet (winter level) and around May 1, the gate is set to 802.7 feet (summer level). The changes recommended are to lower the lake at the end of November to 802.2 feet (new winter level) and as soon after ice-out as practical, the gate to be set to 803 feet (new summer level).

Help for NH Stranded Motorists
Motorists stranded on I-95, the Spaulding Turnpike, the Everett Turnpike, and I-93 from the Massachusetts state line to Exit 5 in Londonderry in need of minor roadside assistance can now get aid by dialing #999, which is a direct connection to the New Hampshire Department of Transportation’s Transportation Management Center (TMC) in Concord.
The TMC worked with Verizon and other cell phone carriers to provide this option to the traveling public. Motorists in need of roadside assistance should pull over to the side of the roadway or into a parking or rest area and come to a stop prior to calling #999 unless they are utilizing a Bluetooth device per the new Hands Free Law.