Blaze Leaves Randolph Fire Department Seeking Donations
randolph firestationAn early Tuesday morning fire caused structural damage to Randolph VT Village Fire House and quickly consumed a four-year old KME Engine. It has not yet been determined if the rolling stock and fire support equipment are still serviceable. The fire broke out shortly before 6 am and
firefighters from Randolph, East Randolph, Braintree and Bethel battled the flames.
Although the exact cause of the Randolph Fire Department Station is unknown, Investigators have determined that the
blaze started inside the cab of a fire truck. Randolph needs a new station and replacement equipment. The town along with the fire department is asking for departments or agencies with equipment to loan or donate to contact the Randolph Town Manager’s office,802-728-5433 ext 10 or email: Secretary@randolphvt.org. Anyone who would like to donate to the department should contact Michael
DeCubellis 802-728-5433 Ext 17 or Joyce Mazzucco at Ext 11. Mark donations as “RVFD Fire Equipment Reserve”.

NH DOT Holding Public Hearings on 10 Year Draft Plan
Of the 16 public hearings scheduled for NH DOT’s 10 (2017-2026) Year Transportation Plan only two will be local. The first is in Lebanon on Tuesday, September 15 at 7:00 pm in the City Council Chambers and the second is in Charlestown on Saturday, September 19 at 3:00 pm in
the Charlestown Town Hall. The hearings are for members of the public to review the draft plan and give input. Those not able to attend the hearings can submit written testimony within 10 days of the public hearings completion on October 26 and before November 5, at 4 pm. Send written comments to William Watson, Bureau of Planning and Community
Assistance, New Hampshire Department of Transportation, John O. Morton Building, 7 Hazen Drive, P.O. Box 483, Concord, NH 03302-0483.

NH Woman Charged with Assaulting Police Officer
A Haverhill NH woman was charged with Assault On a Law Enforcement Officer and Resisting arrest when she was suspected of DUI drugs. VT State Police say they stopped Deena Kinne 47, for a traffic violation and took her into custody for suspicion of DUI drugs. Kinne was transported to the Northeast VT Regional Hospital as part of processing. Following processing Kinne tried to flee from custody and resisted arrest kicking the Troopers. Once at the Bradford Barracks,Kinne again became agitated and kicked the troopers again in the legs and head. Kinne was lodged at the Northeast Regional CorrectionalFacility in lieu of $750.00 bail.