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Chocorua, NH – State Police are investigating an injured child in Chocorua. According to State Police Troop E they were called to 196 Deer Hill Road at 8:20 Monday night to investigate a report of a minor child who had been significantly injured.

Police said this morning that they are continuing to investigate the cause of that injury.

The State Police are being assisted by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, and the Tamworth Police Department.

Authorities ask that anyone with information regarding the investigation is asked to contact Sergeant Craig S. McGinley  of the New Hampshire State Police, Troop E, Tamworth.  (603) 323-3333.

 

 

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Conway Police Cram Their Cruisers

by Christian Mower on December 11, 2018

Conway Police held their annual Cram The Cruiser Food Drive Saturday. ~ Photo Courtesy Of Conway Police

 
North Conway, NH – On Saturday Conway Police Department held their sixth annual Cram the Cruiser Holiday food drive at the North Conway Hannaford Saturday.

Conway Police dispatch Supervisor and food drive organizer Joanne MacKenzie said that thanks to the extremely generous monetary donations from The Conway Area Lions Club, the North Conway Firefighters Association, the Center Conway Firefighters Association and individuals in the community they spent nearly $1,700 in cash inside the store on non-perishable food, toiletries, and paper goods for local food pantries. 

The food drive also received over $2000 in donations of the Hannaford Helps Fight Hunger boxes, and approximately $1000 worth of bagged groceries donated by Hannaford customers doing their weekend shopping. 

“The Conway Police Department Command Unit was stuffed nearly to the top by the end of the drive”. ~ Photo courtesy of Conway Police

 
MacKenzie said the Conway Police Department Command Unit was stuffed nearly to the top by the end of the drive. Officers, Dispatchers and staff then delivered the donations to the Vaughn Community Center food pantry and the Conway Village Congregational Church food pantry.

According to Melody, the Conway Village Congregational Church pantry has supported 492 households, which equals 45,400 meals, over the last eleven months. Vaughn Community Services pantry supports 1,068 households annually which, according to Jennifer Perkins at Vaughn, equals 110,886 meals.

With the high temperature on Saturday reaching only in the twenties, the Police Department staff stayed mainly in the lobby at Hannaford, received warm greetings and holiday wishes from the shoppers, and handed out candy canes to children. Some children even got to sit in a police car and turn on the blue lights.

MacKenzie, Conway Police Chief Ed Wagner and Lieutenant Chris Mattei all agreed that this was their biggest food drive yet. Saying that they were grateful to the Mount Washington Valley Community for the outpouring of support during what can be a difficult time of year for local families.

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Drive Time Interview: Secure the Ledges

by Tony Zore on December 10, 2018

Tony Zore is joined by Mike Morin to discuss the Secure the Ledges Pint Night benefit at Tuckerman Brewing Company Saturday (December 15th) from 6-9pm.

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Drive Time Interview: MWV Supports Recovery

by Tony Zore on December 7, 2018

Tony Zore sits down with Jason Garrett and Rose Normandin to discuss Mt. Washington Valley’s numerous ongoing events. Their Medically Assisted Recovery Anonymous program happens Tuesdays between 7pm and 8pm. Their Faster Family Support for parents of kids with addiction is Thursday nights 6:30pm-7:45pm. They have Art Classes the Second Tuesday of every month and a coffee drop in every Friday.

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Kennett High School & Middle School Locked Down After Alarm Activation

by Christian Mower December 5, 2018 Front Page News

North Conway, NH – Kennett High School and Middles school went into a lockdown Wednesday after someone activated the alarm. According to Conway Police the high school lockdown alarm was activated at 10:20 A.M. triggering a school wide lockdown. The School Resource Officer, was on scene at the school and reported that the cause of […]

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Conway Public Library Receives $4,000 Grant For Conservation Treatment on Art Collection

by Christian Mower December 5, 2018 Front Page News

The original drawing of the Conway Public Library by building architect Thomas Silloway is on of the three pieces of art works set to be conserved using the grant money. ~ Photo courtesy of Conway Public Library.   Conway, NH – November 29, 2018 – The Conway Public Library is pleased to announce it has […]

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