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Cancellations & Delays For November 13th

by Christian Mower on November 16, 2018

Delays

 

Schools

 

SAU 3, Berlin – 2 Hour Delay, No Mini Mounties Preschool, No busing for Milan or Dummer Students

 

Businesses & Organizations

 

 

Conway Public Library – Noon Opening

 

 


 

Cancellations

 

Schools

 

SAU 9, Albany, Conway, Bartlett, Jackson – Closed

SAU 13, Freedom, Madison, Tamworth – Closed

SAU 49/Governor Wentworth, Wolfeboro, Ossipee, Effingham – Closed

MSAD 61, Bridgton Maine – Closed

MSAD 72, Fryeburg, Brownfield Maine – Closed

Children Unlimited – Closed

Robert Frost – Closed

White Mountain Waldorf – Closed

Businesses & Organizations

 

Gisbon Center – Closed, No meals on wheels

Jeanne Limmer Dance Company – All Classes Cancelled

North Conway Public Library – Closed

White Mountain Community Health Center – Closed

 

 

 

 

 

To Report a Cancellation or Delay contact our Office at 603-356-8870


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Conway Teen Arrested For Possession Of Child Pornography

by Christian Mower on November 15, 2018

18-year-old Austin Murphy is being charged with Possession of Child Sexual Abuse Images. Photo courtesy of Conway Police

CONWAY, NH – A Conway Teen has been arrested for allegedly possessing child pornography. According to Conway Police 18-year-old Austin Murphy was taken into custody on an open warrant for Possession of Child Sexual Abuse Images on October 23rd after a lengthy investigation.

Conway Police Lieutenant Christopher Mattei said in a press release that the investigation began after the Conway Police Department Investigative Services Division was advised by the New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force that they had flagged an account originating in the Town of Conway.

The ICAC is a multi-jurisdictional team made up of Law Enforcement Officers from several different agencies throughout the State responsible for investigating cases of child sexual exploitation using technology.

Authorities were granted multiple search warrants throughout the investigation and said there are several more pending. Investigators anticipate additional charges to follow.

Authorities said that none of the images allegedly found on Austin Murphy’s electronic devices appear to involve local children.

The charge of Possession of Child Sexual Abuse Images is a class A felony and carries a maximum penalty of over 7 years in jail.

Murphy was arraigned in the Carroll County Superior Court on October 24. He was released on an unsecured bond of $10,000 under the conditions that he is not to have unsupervised contact with any minor and he is not to use any electronic device that can access the internet.

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17th Annual Mt. Washington Radio Food Drive Shatters Record

by Christian Mower on November 15, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

NORTH CONWAY, NH – The 17th annual Mount Washington Radio Food Drive is one for the record books.

Tuesday the Mount Washington Radio team broadcasted live at the First church of Christ Congregational for 12 hours straight. From 6am till 6pm  Dj’s and staff from 93.5  FM WMWV, Magic 10.45 FM/98.1 FM, and Easy 95.3 FM as they collect frozen turkeys and non-perishable food items to be distributed across the various Mount Washington Valley Food Pantries.

Mount Washington Valley residents have come out in droves to help those in need in the valley with Buzz Coleman donating 70 turkeys, Stan Szetela donating 80, Infinger Insurance donating 100 turkeys, and Joe Downs dropping off a whopping 102 frozen turkeys!

Volunteers collected 731 frozen turkeys smashing the previous record of 545 set in 2016.

Mount Washington Valley residents have also donated $5285 in monetary donations and hundreds of pounds of non-perishable food items. For every 1 dollar donated Vaughan can buy $3 worth of groceries from the NH Food bank.

Magic 104 DJ Gino Devaney interviews Dot Seybold during the food drive.

 
During the event Dot Seybold, president of the Vaughan board of directors, said that Vaughan is working towards a better future and have started a capital campaign to build an all new food pantry next to the Bavarian Chocolate Haus and renovate the Vaughan Learning Center.

WMWV Morning Show host Roy Prescott interviews Mindy from Chalmers Insurance during the food drive.

 
The Vaugh Food pantry is still collecting donations so if you would like to donate or would like more information about Vaughan Community Services and their capital campaign visit http://www.firstchurchnc.com/Vaughan/capital-campaign.html

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Cancellations & Delays For November 13th

by Christian Mower on November 13, 2018

 

Cancellations & Delays For November 13th

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Delays

 

 

Schools

 

SAU 49/ Governor Wentworth, Wolfeboro, Ossipee, Effingham – 2Hour Delay

MSAD 61, Bridgton, Casco, Naples, Sebago Maine – 2 Hour Delay

Robert Frost Charter School – 2 Hour Delay

White Mountain Waldorf School – 2 Hour Delay

 

Businesses & Organizations

 

 Conway Public Library – Noon opening

Gibson Center –  No Meals on Wheels, No Silver Lake Landing Lunch

 

 

To Report a Cancellation or Delay contact our Office at 603-356-8870

 

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Police Arrest Armed Man After Overnight Man Hunt In Rochester

by Christian Mower November 12, 2018 Front Page News

  Rochester Police have taken Christopher Thomas into custody. ~ Photo courtesy of Rochester Police Department ROCHESTER, NH – The overnight manhunt for an armed suspect in Rochester came to an end this morning. According to Rochester police at around 10:20am they brought 27-year-old Christopher Thomas into custody. Strafford County SWAT teams were able to […]

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Rochester Police Search For “Armed and Dangerous” Suspect

by Christian Mower November 12, 2018 Front Page News

Authorities are searching for 27-year-old Christopher Thomas who was allegedly last seen with a rifle at the Rochester Walmart. ~ Photo courtesy of Rochester Police !UPDATE! – According to Rochester Police Chief Paul Toussaint police brought Thomas into custody before 10:30 this morning. Rochester Police reported that the suspect fired shots at police, but luckily […]

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