Grantham Man’s Logo Chosen for Sunapee’s 250 Celebration
A Grantham man’s design was chosen for Sunapee’s 250th Sestercentennial Celebration Logo. Michael McLaughlin’s logo depicts a lighthouse, Mount Sunapee, and a flying goose above a 250 Banner. The design was chosen from many entries and formally voted on by the Sunapee Select Board at their June 26th meeting.
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VT Man Seriously Injured in Surry Crash
NH State Police are withholding the name of 27-year-old VT man seriously injured in an accident in Surry on Saturday. Police said the man was driving north on Route 112 when his car left the roadway and hit multiple trees. The driver was extricated and taken to Cheshire Medical Center and later transferred to DHMC where he remains in critical condition.
The cause of the collision remains under investigation; however, speed and alcohol are factors. Charges to include aggravated DWI will be forthcoming. Anyone with information pertaining to this investigation is urged to call Trooper. Aramus Caraballo at 603-358-3333.
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Road Alert Hanover
Drivers in the Hanover/Lyme area should note that the intersection of Goose Pond and Rennie Roads on the Hanover/Lyme town line is closed due to road conditions.
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Hartford Sinkhole Is Now Repaired
A Sinkhole on I-89 northbound in Hartford appeared yesterday afternoon is now fixed. Vermont Agency Of Transportation was on scene accessing the cause of the sinkhole. Traffic was being detoured to Woodstock Road at Exit 1 to Route 4 east to Exit 2 in Sharon VT.
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New London Hospital Scam
New London Hospital is warning area residents of fraudulent calls appearing to come from the hospital. Some of the callers demand payment for medical services and ask for credit cards and other personal information. Other scammers state that you have won a vacation or timeshare and request payments. These scammers have altered the caller ID to look like New London Hospital is calling by using a local phone number.

New London Hospital assures residents that medical information has not been compromised, and the hospital’s data systems remain secure. The hospital is working closely with the New London Police Department to determine the source of these calls.
The hospital advises those who are unsure if a phone call is legitimate to not give credit card or other personal information, but to call 603-526-5292 and speak with the hospital’s financial counselors.
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