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Daily News from the Veterans Today Network 

Gold Star Memorial Day 2009

by Amy Branham, Staff Writer

I had every intention to make the trip downtown to the Flag Memorial today and see it when my friends from the local chapter of Veterans For Peace had it all put up. I went down yesterday and talked to a few people as they were working hard and fast to get it done before the pouring rain hit - but they didn't quite make it.
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NH DOC - Minimum Security Inmate Missing in Concord

Concord, NH The New Hampshire Department of Corrections announces that a minimum security male inmate is reported missing from the Transitional Work Center in Concord. John J. Considine, 27, of Nashua, was not present for the 3:30 p.m. population count on May 24, 2009 and was placed on walkaway status.


Inmate Considine is a 5 feet 10 inches tall, 140 pounds, with a light complexion, with short brown hair and blue eyes. He has tattoos on his upper right arm, left arm, back, and neck.


He is was convicted in Hillsborough County Superior Court on two counts of being a habitual offender and is serving 1 - 5 years and a concurrent 2 ½ - 6 year sentence. He was eligible for parole on January 31, 2009 with a projected parole date release date of July 31, 2009.


Security procedures aimed at apprehending this individual have been implemented. The New Hampshire Department of Corrections and New Hampshire State Police are investigating. Anyone with information on his whereabouts should report it to a local law enforcement agency.



Daily News from the Veterans Today Network 

VA Recognizes Military Sacrifices on Memorial Day

WASHINGTON, DC - From parades to somber ceremonies and a moment of silence, Americans will recall the sacrifices of military members who paid the ultimate price for freedom on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25. "From May 23 to May 30, commemorative events at VA national cemeteries will present a sacred responsibility for employees and volunteers to honor these greatest of American heroes," Steve Muro, VA's Acting Under Secretary for Memorial Affairs said. "Since the birth of Memorial Day in 1866, national cemeteries have been the most visible expression of our country's gratitude for their service."The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will continue its annual tradition of hosting services at most of its national cemeteries and many other facilities nationwide. The programs, which are the focus of Memorial Day events in many communities, honor the service of deceased Veterans and people who die on active duty.
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Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta's Public Schedule (May 23-31, 2009) 


2:00 p.m. – Memorial Day Parade; Elm Street; Manchester

3:30 p.m. – World War II memorial groundbreaking; Veterans Park; Elm Street; Manchester


Tuesday, May 26, 2009

6:00 p.m. – Special meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen (FY2010 budget discussions); Aldermanic Chambers; One City Hall Plaza; Manchester


Please contact Mark Laliberte at (603) 624-6500 or for more information about any of these events.