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[Update] Man Dies In Hit And Run In Conway

by Christian Mower on July 28, 2016


UPDATE: The man who was killed has been identified as 35-year-old Jesse Fulcher of Conway. New Evidence revealed that the suspected vehicle continued south on West Main Street.

Conway, NH – A cyclist was killed in a hit and run last night in Conway. According to Conway Police Lieutenant Christopher Mattei at around 5:52 pm yesterday authorities received a report of a man who had been hit by a car while riding his bicycle on West Main Street. The vehicle involved in the incident was not on scene when witnesses and officers arrived.

During the evening West Main Street was closed till 9pm so authorities could reconstruct and document the scene. The name of the male bicyclist will be withheld pending notification of their family members. Police are still attempting to identify the vehicle and driver involved in the accident, and asks that anyone with information about the accident contact the Conway Police at 603-356-5715.

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New Hampshire Made Beef Recalled

by Christian Mower on July 27, 2016


North Haverhill, NH –  8,800 pounds of raw beef products made in New Hampshire are being recalled after officials say they may be contaminated with E. coli. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said on Tuesday that the recall affects ground beef, ground beef patties and other sub-primal cuts produced by North Haverhill-based PT Farm produced between June 6 and June 16

The items were shipped to retail locations in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. People who bought these products are urged not to consume them.

The following products are subject to recall:

  • Various weights and various sizes of raw intact and raw non-intact “Chestnut Farms” beef products packed in cardboard boxes
  • Various weights and various sizes of raw intact and raw non-intact “PT Farm” beef products packed in cardboard boxes
  • Various weights and various sizes of raw intact and raw non-intact “Miles Smith Farm” beef products packed in cardboard boxes

Various weights and various sizes of raw intact and raw non-intact “Robie Farm” beef products packed in cardboard boxes

There have now been 14 cases of illness associated with tainted ground beef in this outbreak investigation. These individuals became ill between June 17 and July 16, 2016 after consuming ground beef at a number of different locations. Among the 14 cases, 5 hospitalizations and no deaths have been reported.

Due to the potential for this ground beef to be frozen for later use, it is important for consumers to check their freezers for any recalled product. Ground beef should be cooked to a temperature of at least 160°F or 70˚C. It is best to use a thermometer, since color is not a very reliable indicator of ‘doneness.’ People should also prevent cross contamination in food preparation areas by thoroughly washing hands, counters, cutting boards, and utensils after they touch raw meat.

Symptoms of an E. coli infection include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea, fever, nausea and vomiting.

Any consumers concerned about an illness should contact their healthcare provider. For further information about E. coli visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at, or to report a suspected case contact the DPHS Bureau of Infectious Disease Control at 603-271-4496. For more about the recall, visit

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Section Of Champney Falls Trail Closed

by Christian Mower on July 25, 2016

White Mountain National Forest

Campton, NH -Part of the popular Champney Falls Trail on the Kancamagus Scenic Byway is temporarily closed for trail reconstruction work. According to Forest Service spokeswoman Colleen Mainville the section of the trail that provides access to the scenic Champney and Pitcher Falls, as well as trails leading to the scenic Champney and Pitcher Falls is closed to access by hikers. The trail leading to the summit of Mt. Chocorua will remain open. Maineville said the section of trail is closed due to extensive use and erosion, causing some areas along the trail to become unstable. Reconstruction work is being performed to make the trail more sustainable. The trail leading to the summit of Mt. Chocorua is open. The trail is expected to reopen on August 5th.

For a map of what section is closed Click Here.

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Connecticut Man Struck By Lightning On Crawford Path

by Christian Mower on July 25, 2016

lightning-strikes-con-manJackson, NH-A man was struck by lightning on Crawford Path this weekend. Fish and Game Officials reported that 51-year-old Glen Rowland of Newtown Connecticut was hiking the trail Saturday when he was struck, but did not want to call for help so he slowly made his way down off the ridgeline into the scrub brush to spend the night. He continued his slow and painful hike down Crawford Path the next day refusing the aid of multiple hikers.

A group of unidentified Windham NH Firefighters came across Rowland and refused to not help him. The group assisted Rowland hand in hand down Crawford Path for quite a distance. Rowland and the Fire Fighters eventually met up with the Twin Mountain Resue crew approximately one half mile up the trail from Mt. Clinton Road in Beans Grant. Rowland was assessed on the trail and subsequently packaged up into a litter to be carried down the trail.

Rowland was checked out by Twin Mountain Fire, Rescue and Ambulance and was recommended further aid at the hospital however Rowland again declined and received a ride, from the Conservation Officer, to his vehicle parked at the Cog Railway.

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Deadly Hit And Run In Freedom

by Christian Mower July 21, 2016 Front Page News

[Update] The Driver involved in a fatal hit and run as been located. State Police the 2011 Chevy Silverado was being driven by 63-year-old, David Clancy of Freedom when it crossed the center line on Route 153 striking a Chevy Malibu being driven by 46-year-old James Monroe of Cornish Maine head on. A short time […]

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Several homes in Madison damaged in Storm

by Chris July 20, 2016 Front Page News

Courtesy of WMUR… MADISON, N.H. — Intense storms damaged several homes Monday in Madison. Fire Chief Jeff Eldridge said the short storm that hit the town was likely a microburst. “Upon the deputy’s arrival, he found multiple trees, either on cars, on houses,” Eldrige said. “Wires were down. Services from houses were ripped down.” Joanna […]

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