2 - March 23, 2012 | Hudson - Litchfield News
Crash Closes Down Road, Causes Power Outage
Charlie Bass at Zach Field
submitted by Hudson Police Department On Friday, March 16, at approximately 4 p.m., the Hudson Police and Fire Departments responded to Lowell Road at Winnhaven Drive for a single vehicle crash with a utility pole resulting in a large power outage in the center of town. The vehicle was a 2004 GMC cab over design flat bed driven by Brandon Kelly, 26, of Hudson. Kelly received serious injuries in the crash
and was taken by the Hudson Fire Ambulance to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center
in Nashua. He was evaluated there and then transferred by ambulance to a Boston area hospital. The power in the area was out until around 7:30 p.m. The roadway was closed for several hours causing a significant traffic problem for the evening commute. The crash is under investigation by the Hudson
Police Crash Investigation and Reconstruction Team.
Congressman Bass acclimates himself with the site plan of the future Zach Tompkins Field with Committee member Len Lathrop
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submitted by Gretchen Whiting The Boy Scouts of Troop 252
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Honoring Citizens & Businesses of the Year
“Paying it Forward” March 28th 6pm
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held their semi-annual pancake breakfast at St. Kathryn’s church in Hudson on March 4. This pancake breakfast was served from 8:30 a.m. to noon and was open to anyone that was hungry. The scouts of Troop 252 served pancakes, waffles and sausages, as well as coffee, hot cocoa and juice. This was a donation only breakfast and all donations received are used to purchase new tents, help the scouts on adventure trips such as white water rafting, camping to Ragged Mountain and summer camps. Troop 252 meets every Tuesday at St. Kathryn’s at 7 p.m.
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U.S. Representative Charlie Bass (R, NH) met with organizers of the Zach Tompkins Memorial Field earlier this week when the Congressman made a visit to Hudson. Bass got an overview of the project, an update of its progress, and discussed some of the issues involved with the project such as the assistance received from the town, funding sources for the project, asbestos removal issues and ways that the Congressman could assist with helping the project reach completion.
Photos by Area News Group Staff
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