Hudson - Litchfield News June 18, 2010 - 17
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“Thumbs down...Are you kidding me??? Someone was kind enough to remove the rotten mattress from the side of the road in front of your house. Now you have placed a rotted wishing well in its place. It’s wooden - cut it up and have a bonfire. We don’t want to look at it. Prior to the mattress, you had a console television in the same spot. I’d say you just like to have junk by the side of the road. Apparently you have decided that this is fun.”
“Thumbs up – way up! – to
whoever found my iPhone at Stop & Shop and turned it in to the front desk. I would be most lost without that contrivance. Thank you, thank you, Thank You!”
“Thumbs down to the truck
with vanity plate. Get OFF the phone and pay attention! Not only did you sit through a green light, you also almost ran the guy in the other lane off the road! Yes, it was me that flipped you off.”
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Graduates, CONGRATULATIONS!!! It was a beautiful ceremony and all the speakers, especially the student speakers did a fantastic job. Also a very heartfelt THANK YOU to the Teachers and Administration of Campbell High School for getting these kids through to graduation.”
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“Thumbs up to Chief Murray and the Hudson Fire Dept for their terrific support of the Alvirne Boosters and Chaplain’s Military Relief Fund at the 1st annual Heavy for Our Heroes last month. It was a fun and fantastic community event that supported two important causes (Alvirne Athletics and our NH Military families) -- It was great to have HFD and the community backing us. THANK YOU!”
“Thumbs up to the moms of the Hudson U9
travel soccer team for their 1-1 tie against the girls in the first annual mother/daughter game well- played, Thanks for being good sports!!”
“Thumbs down to our state reps for costing
Litchfield $2 million in school aid. Even if you voted no, you still failed to persuade your fellow representatives which is what you were sent to Concord to do. Come the fall, I’m going to ignore the (R)s and (D)s next to the names and instead look to toss out all the (i)s.”
“Thumbs up to the Litchfield Police and Fire Department for making it a special day for my sons birthday on Sunday 6/13/10. For everything he has been through that really made his special day even a better one. The police and Fire Dept are really good to there people and we appreciate it!”
“Thumbs up to getting the GMS playground
rebuilt. Let’s stop the bickering and political grandstanding and just get it done.”
“Thumbs up to all the Campbell High School
“Thumbs up to those who participated in the Shakespearian Recitation Contest at Alvirne High School – incredible performances. Amazing group of talented individuals. Congratulations to all.”
“Thumbs up to Liz on finishing another great softball season with the Rec League – you put your heart and soul into each game and it shows!”
white cat in the Rocky Hill/ Shirley Way area of Litchfield. This cat comes to my door hungry and often with injuries. If I could pick it up without being bit, I would have already taken it to a shelter. Please care for your cat’s injuries and feed it. How about letting it inside at night, so it won’t keep getting attacked by wild animals?. This cat has used almost all of its 9 lives. Please care for it properly. Cats should not be out at night.”
“Thumbs up to Ashley &
Tony! We look forward to seeing your faces on Studio 19 next year!!!”
“Thumbs up, a huge ‘thumbs up’ to Kaitlyn! Congratulations on 1st place in the youth division at the Bronco ‘Belly Bustin’ Chili Fiesta! Mom and Dad are VERY proud of you!”
“Thumbs up to HUSC
U10/11 Wildcats on another GREAT season! And thanks so much to Coach Chris L! Our girls wouldn’t be where they are today if it weren’t for you. We are all very lucky to have you!”
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up’ and Thank you to Miss Beth and all the staff at Creative Little Angels! Miss Beth was THE BEST Kindergarten teacher and will be missed deeply. Thank you for teaching Matthew and helping him become a confident little boy. ~The Tataronis Family”
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“Thumbs up, way up to the Litchfield residents
who see a certain SB member for who he is. When he won a raffle at the spaghetti supper there was a universal groan from the crowd. It spoke volumes about how residents feel about him. Of all the raffles that night, every other one was met with cheers for the recipients. His, just a big groan.”
“Thumbs down to the owner of the black and
Congratulations to Matthew and the rest of Miss Beth’s 2010 Kindergarten class. You have grown so much and we are very proud of all your
accomplishments. Keep up the good work!”
“Thumbs up to HMS teachers, Ms. Scire & Ms. Cuddeback. You were a huge part in getting us through the past two school years. When others gave up you never did! I honestly believe we wouldn’t have made it through the last two school years if it had not been for the both of you. You went above and beyond many times over and for that we will always be thankful. We appreciate
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everything you did for us! HMS is lucky to have you! Best wishes to Ms. Cuddeback on your future endeavors!”
“Thumbs up to Litchfield Middle School.
Thank you Mr. Lecklider and Mrs. Finnegan for maintaining an effective and safe school environment for your students. Your communication and compassion are outstanding. Most of all, thank you for welcoming our son into your school this year.”
“Thumbs up to Mr. Lane! You looked like a proud papa as each of your students went up to receive their Scholarship! Thank you for taking such awesome care of our kids!”
“Thumbs down, way down to all the people complaining about the bonfires and the smoke from the bonfires. If you don’t like it, move!”
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work and fitting us into your busy schedule. Now you just have to fix your message.”
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dd 1 Hudson Police Log
4:45 p.m. Motor vehicle stop, Derry Street and Old Derry Road, arrested Michele E. Lariviere, 43, Hudson, Driving After Revocation or Suspension. 5:27 p.m. Motor vehicle stop, Derry Street, arrested Corey Lynch, 20, Litchfield, Possession of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs. 6:42 p.m. Shoplifting, Derry Street, RP advised someone had taken items from the store, possibly cosmetics, and fled, officer responded and advised the suspects were two subjects in their 20s, Nashua PD notified to respond to the residence and speak to the RO or find out who had been using the vehicle, approximate loss - $77.75, report taken, witness checks conducted at Capri Pizza and Back Street Bar and Grill. 10:02 p.m. Motor vehicle stop, Central Street, arrested Jami Kapourelakos, 19, Pepperell, MA, Possession of Controlled/ Narcotic Drugs, arrested Michael Morse, Jr., 20, Ayer, MA, Transportation of Liquor, Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle. Thursday, June 10: 8:51 a.m. Motor vehicle accident, Eayers Pond Road. 11:01 a.m. Motor vehicle accident, Pelham Road. 11:07 a.m. Theft/ forgery/fraud, Elmwood Drive, officer advised he would be out at this location regarding the possible theft of utilities, report taken, officer cleared. 2:40 p.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Lowell Road and Sagamore Bridge. 5:31 p.m.
Theft/forgery/fraud, Alvirne Drive, RP advised his GPS and camera were taken from his truck, report taken. 6:24 p.m. Assault, Central Street, multiple calls advising of a fight at this location, second caller advised male was the aggressor who jumped out of a vehicle and attacked the female and fled on foot, suspect described as black or Hispanic, baggy pants and shirt, dark “corn row” hairstyle, officer with the suspect party by Nan King, 911 with caller advising there was a female being assaulted at this location by a male, dispatch could hear female crying in the background, when asked by RP who assaulted her, she stated it was her girlfriend and she was now walking away towards Burger King wearing a grey sweatshirt and a red baseball cap, victim refused HFD, dispatch stayed on the line with the witness who tried to ascertain more info as the victim was not being cooperative in speaking to dispatch, officer advised he would be transporting SUBJ to HPD to wait for a ride, report taken. Friday, June 11: 9:37 a.m. Theft/forgery/fraud, Pelham Road. 11:30 a.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Lowell Road. 5:38 p.m. Disturbance, Elmwood Drive, caller advised of physical fight between several teenagers, no weapons seen, officers responded, advised the subjects left prior to their arrival. 9:08 p.m. Motor vehicle
complaint, Central Street and Park Avenue. Saturday, June 12: 12:08 a.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Bush Hill Road and Wason Road. 2:01 a.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Roosevelt Avenue. 2:19 a.m. Motor vehicle stop, Roosevelt Avenue and Lowell Road, arrested Kelly Donnelly, 34, Wilmington, MA, Driving While Intoxicated. 1:04 p.m. Criminal threatening, Lowell Road. 4:17 p.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Lowell Road. 5:59 p.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Stoney Lane. 6:13 p.m. Serve warrant, Bush Hill Road. 8:39 p.m. Motor vehicle accident, Chandler Street. 9:02 p.m. Motor vehicle stop, Central Street, arrested Gary Roy, 27, Tyngsborough, MA, Transporting Alcoholic Beverages, arrested Jonathan M. Wallace, 23, Tyngsborough, MA, Possession of Drugs in a Motor Vehicle, arrested Brittany F. Sutton, 20, Hudson, Possession of Controlled/ Narcotic Drugs. 11:10 p.m. Harassment, Wason Road. Sunday, June 12: 12:50 a.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Central Street. 1:21 a.m.
Motor vehicle stop, Ferry Street and Webster Street, arrested Kevin Pihl, 51, Nashua, Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, Equipment Violations, Transporting Alcoholic Beverages. 1:38 a.m. Motor vehicle accident, Ferry Street. 7:53 p.m. Motor vehicle stop, Derry Street and Haverhill Road. 8:00 p.m. Motor vehicle stop, Derry Street and Ferry Street, arrested juvenile, 15, Sale of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs, arrested Steven Weber, 19, Litchfield, Possession of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs.
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