Hudson - Litchfield News November 26, 2010 - 5
Cutler to Continue as Superintendent for Upcoming School Year
submitted by Litchfield School Board
The Litchfield School Board is pleased to announce that Elaine F. Cutler, Ed.D, has agreed to continue as the Superintendent of Schools for the 2011-2012 school year. As a result of the reduction of adequacy funding, Dr. Cutler will continue her commitment to work with the district to implement a budget that offsets a $2 million reduction in state aid while minimizing impacts to students’ education. Realizing that a funding reduction of this magnitude cannot be a reality without serious changes within the district, Dr. Cutler and her
staff worked with the community and brought forth a budget that preserves – to the optimum degree possible – educational services to children and their families while minimizing impact to the taxpayers. Because of her experience and knowledge of the District, the School Board believes Dr. Cutler remains the best person to lead this district through the implementation of this budget in the 2011-2012 school year. Dr. Cutler joined SAU 27 as an interim superintendent in November 2007.
Charlie Additional Arrests Made in Hudson Home Invasion submitted by Hudson Police Department Julio Panameno
On November 16, at approximately 2:25 p.m., the Hudson Police Department received a report of a home invasion on Belknap Road. It was determined that three males and one female forced entry into the home and weapons were displayed. The four subjects later fled the scene in a pick-up truck, which was being driven by a second unknown female. The pick-up truck used during the course of the robbery was later recovered in the City of Nashua and transported back to the Hudson Police Department for processing. The investigation was handed over to the Hudson Police Department Criminal Investigation Division for further follow-up. As reported last week, police arrested
Julio Panameno on November 16, who was changed with Armed Robbery
(felony) in connection with the home invasion. Panameno was scheduled for arraignment at Nashua District Court on 17.
AHS Inaugurates Students into Academy of Finance
submitted by Judy King Alvirne High School, along with
students from Londonderry, Manchester School of Technology, Merrimack, Nashua North, Nashua South, Pelham, and Pinkerton Academy, took part in the Academy of Finance (AOF) inauguration ceremony. This kick-off event, sponsored by Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and Fidelity Investments in Merrimack, was held at SNHU. More than 150 employers, educators, students,
and parents attended the event. AOF is a nationally acclaimed, industry-
validated curriculum model sponsored by the National Academy Foundation (NAF). The AOF prepares students for careers in the financial services. One strong component is a paid student internship between the junior and senior year. An advisory board oversees the
development of the AOF. The board includes members from the participating high schools, BAE Systems, Enterprise
Bank, Fidelity Investments, Granite State Credit Union, NE Planning Associates, Rivier College, Smith Barney/Citigroup, Southern New Hampshire University, and Triangle Credit Union. The Alvirne High School juniors that
were inducted into the program this fall include: Amanda Nelson, Austin Ogiba, Diego Figueroa, Samantha O’Leary, Patrick Regan, and Kimberly Tellez.
On November 17, at approximately 6 p.m., the Hudson Police Department arrested Nicole Coutu, 19, of Nashua, charging her with one count of Criminal Liability for Conduct of Another (Robbery) in accordance with New Hampshire RSA 626:8. Coutu was held at the Valley Street Jail in Manchester on $10,000 cash/surety bail. Coutu was scheduled to appear for arraignment before Nashua District
Court on November 18. On November 21, at approximately 9 a.m., Junior Vicente, 17, of Nashua, turned himself in at the Nashua Police Department on a Hudson Police Department warrant for Armed Robbery and Criminal Threatening. He was transferred over to Hudson Police custody. Vicente was wanted in connection with a Hudson home evasion on 26 Belknap Road on November 16. Vicente’s bail was set at $25,000 cash. He was taken to Valley
Street Jail to await arraignment on Monday, November 22, at Nashua District Court.
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State Recovers $2.6 Million in Medicaid Settlements with Drug Makers
submitted by NH State Attorney General’s Office Attorney General Michael A. Delaney announces that New Hampshire recently finalized a settlement with AstraZeneca as part of larger national case against the drug manufacturer. The case involved the company’s alleged off-label marketing of Seroquel, an antipsychotic medication approved to treat certain psychological disorders. New Hampshire received more than $2.4 million in the settlement out of the $520 million that was paid to states for Medicaid program damages. The settlement addressed allegations that from 2001 to 2006, AstraZeneca promoted the sale of Seroquel for uses that the Food and Drug Administration had not approved, including Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and dementia. In a separate case, New Hampshire has recovered more than $175,000 from drug maker Novartis as part of a national Medicaid settlement worth $66 million. In that case, it was alleged that Novartis, and a predecessor company, Chiron, engaged in the
off-label marketing of tobramycin, an inhalable antibacterial marketed under the name TOBI. The Food and Drug Administration had approved TOBI for treating lung infections associated with cystic fibrosis. The settlement addressed allegations that between 2001 and 2006, Chrion and then-Novartis promoted TOBI for unapproved uses, including for diseases other than cystic fibrosis and for cystic fibrosis patients that did not meet the parameters for FDA-approved use. “The Medicaid program provides important prescription drug
coverage for New Hampshire’s most vulnerable residents. In order to protect New Hampshire taxpayers from paying no more than is necessary for this program, and as demonstrated by these settlements, my Office will continue to work closely with the Attorney General from other states in pursuing drug manufacturers when the evidence supports such action,” said Attorney General Delaney.
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