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For the last several years in the North Country, Air Force Veteran John Percey has organized the annual 31 Miles for 31 Heroes event to benefit the 31 Heroes Project for veterans and help raise money and awareness for post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury research.

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In an update to Littleton selectmen on Monday, Littleton Regional Healthcare’s medical director gave the state of COVID-19 in the community and said tests could be available at LRH in the coming weeks and LRH could serve as a National Guard hospital if needed.

LITTLETON — As the town nears the rolling out of its in-house Littleton Fire Department-based Emergency Medical Services and ambulance service, it’s advancing a plan to buy a new ambulance and will be interviewing candidates to staff the service.

As the town of Littleton fights the opioid epidemic, Littleton Fire and Rescue - which responded to three fatal overdoses in the first five months of 2019 alone - is working to gain an edge by pursuing a grant that would facilitate house checks for those at risk and get them into counseling and treatment.

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LITTLETON — Spring flooding hit Littleton particularly hard this year, prompting the evacuation and closing of Walmart and Shaw’s supermarket on Monday morning because a flooded access road.