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News: November 2017

Activists Step Up Efforts To Kill Northern Pass, Wind Power

Local activists opposed to renewable energy in the form of wind and hydroelectric power are striking hard to turn away the direct-current Northern Pass project and the proposed Spruce Ridge Wind facility.

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Committee Asks For Building Options

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — An overwhelmingly negative response at the second public hearing on plans to build a new town hall and renovate the existing municipal building for the police department had the Bristol Space Needs Committee wondering if it can bring a plan to the voters in March.

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Health Insurance Jump Leads To Staff Reductions

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — A plan to preserve current positions in the Newfound Area School District fell by the wayside when the projected increase in health insurance premiums, budgeted at 4 percent, instead came in at 12.58 percent.

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Fire Chief Elaborates On Deputy Position

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Fire Chief Ben LaRoche, who, earlier this month, proposed adding a full-time deputy chief to the department staff, returned on Nov. 16 with additional information the selectmen had asked him to provide to justify the position.

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Bristol Seeks New Type of Police Chief

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Recruitment of a new police chief is placing a sharp focus on community interaction.

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Selectmen Want Details Before Endorsing Deputy Fire Chief

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Fire Chief Ben LaRoche said the time is right to hire a full-time deputy chief, but members of the Bristol Board of Selectmen said they would need to see a more detailed breakdown of hours and costs before saying yes.

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Police Say ‘Tannerite’ Not Involved in Explosions

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Police say the person charged with felony counts of reckless conduct and riot for his involvement in an explosion on Oct. 28 did not use “Tannerite” and did not purchase the explosive locally.

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