Lebanon Health Club Ordered to Issue Refunds
The NH Attorney General’s Office says it has entered into an Assurance of Discontinuance with two former owners of the Upper Valley Underground Cross Fit health club.The owners David and Lisa Terreri failed to register with the NH’sConsumer Protection and Antitrust Bureau when it opened in May of 2011.
In addition, the club offered lifetime memberships, a violation of the Health Club Statue RSA 358-1. The club closed on May 31, of this year and owes refunds of over $5,000.00. Under the terms of the
Assurance, David and Lisa Terreri must make refunds to its members within 10 days. One member who bought a lifetime membership will receive a partial refund, with the balance in monthly payments starting on or before January 1, 2016.
The Terreri’s have agreed not to own, operate or be affiliated with a health club in New Hampshire for a period of 10 years and have further agreed to pay a suspended civil penalty of $5,000 if they fail to make
monthly restitution payments
Free Suicide Postvention Training in Lebanon
The Public Health Network of the Upper Valley and ALL Together are sponsoring a Connect Suicide Postvention Training. The training takes place on Tuesday Sept. 22, 2015 from 8:30-4:30pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Church basement, 2 Hough Street in Lebanon. Continental breakfast and snacks will be provided but you should bring your own lunch. There are a limited number of slots and early registration is encouraged. To register go to
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/connect-suicide-postvention-training-tickets-18435383729 or visit Prevention Works NH on facebook.
Sunapee Crash Still Under Investigation
A head on collision in Sunapee on Tuesday afternoon is under investigation. Sunapee Police say the accident happen just before 3pm west of Nutting Road on Rt.103. The Sunapee Fire Department extricated one of the drivers from her vehicle with the use of hydraulic tools.Both drivers were taken to New London Hospital with unknown injuries. Sergeant Neill Cobb said both vehicles were travelling in oppositedirections prior to the crash. A preliminary investigation show the westbound vehicle crossed over the line into the lane of ongoing traffic. The driver said she was distracted as she was reaching for something in the glove compartment when the crash occurred.Rte 103 was closed for 90 minutes.
The Goshen Police Department,Sunapee Fire Department, Newport Fire Department, Newport Ambulance Service and New Hampshire State Police assisted the Sunapee PoliceDepartment on scene.
The Sunapee Police asks for anyone who witnessed this accident to contact the Sunapee Police at 603-763-5555
Sign Ups for Claremont’s Municipal Elections Begins
Yesterday was the first day for candidates to sign up Claremont’s Municipal elections on November 3. Signing up for various offices were: Charlene Lovett for Mayor, AJ Maranville for Ward I Councilor, Allen Damren for Councilor at Large and David Roark for Ward 1 Clerk.Interested parties can sign up through Sept. 25, at Claremont City Hall.
Franklin Apartment Fire Considered Suspicious
Over fifty firefighters from Franklin and surrounding towns battled a blaze that started just before 7 pm last night on School Street in Franklin. Residents from the 36 School Street apartment building were evacuated and the Red Cross is assisting four residents of the building. The building is considered a complete loss. The cause of the fire is undetermined, but officials say the fire is suspicious.