Hanover’s Winter Parking Ban
Hanover’s winter parking ban goes into effect November 15 through April 30 (regardless of weather conditions) and includes all town streets and lots between 12:01 a.m. and 7:00 a.m.
Vehicles that park in violation of the winter parking ban will receive tickets from the Hanover Police Department. In addition, when the weather is inclement or the town is conducting snow removal, the Hanover Police Department will tow vehicles at the expense of the owner and without notice that towing will occur. Parking is available in the covered section of the parking garage after midnight. In some cases, fees when parking in the garage may apply. The garage is located at 7 Lebanon Street.
If you have any question call Lieutenant Patrick O’Neill, Hanover’s Parking Division Supervisor at (603) 640-3219
Infant Death Investigation
NH Law enforcement officials announced on Sunday that they are investigating the death of an 11-month-old boy. NH Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, Colonel Robert L. Quinn of the NH State Police and Alexandria Police Department Chief Donald Sullivan said the boy passed away on Sunday from injuries he sustained on Friday. An autopsy is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 17 no other details are being released at this time.
Flags at Half Staff
President Obama has ordered U.S. flags to be flown at half-staff through sundown Thursday to honor French terror victims.
Big Green Takes 9th Ivy Title
Congratulations to the Dartmouth Rugby Football Club on winning the Ivy League championship. The Big Green defeated Harvard 51–19 Saturday at Brophy Field to take their ninth consecutive Ivy title.
Hartford Recognizes Law Enforcement Members
On Friday, the Town of Hartford recognized two police department members for their years of service to the town. Police Officer Tom Lyman was recognized for 40 years of service and civilian Community Service Officer Brandon Dyke for 10 years of service. Congratulations, Officer Lyman and CSO Dyke.
Two Men Arrested in Copper Pipe Theft
Bellows Falls Police say they arrested two men on Thursday morning after responding to a burglary in process. Police say when they arrived at the 25 Hapgood Street Extension residence just before 11:30. Upon entering the building, they found Keith Tyrrell Jr. and Gary Lescord both of Bellows Falls removing copper piping from the basement. Tyrrell and Lescord were taken into custody and lodged at the Southern State Correctional Facility for lack of $5000.00 bail.
Heart of Claremont Gets Ready for Christmas
It may not be Thanksgiving yet, but volunteers in Claremont are preparing for Christmas. For almost 40 years Claremont has been lighting Broad Street Park but in recent years “The Heart of Claremont” has being taken over decorating the park and downtown area. The non-profit organization has been busy over the last two weeks decorating the tree and bandstand.
The non-profit will continue to work after the decorating is done and after Thanksgiving with hot cocoa and pictures with Santa
To learn more about The Heart of Claremont you can visit their facebook page and feel free to volunteer.