Intrapac Laysoff 90+ workers

Intrapac Laysoff 90+ workers


COMPANY’S PARKING LOT AS IT
ALL UNFOLDED. GETTING REACTION FROM
THE STUNNED WORKERS.  
 
 
 

EMPLOYEE BY EMPLOYEE HAULING GIANT TOOL BOXES
OUT THE DOORS..
INTRAPAC GIVING THEM 2
MONTHS PAY.. ACCESS TO THEIR BELONGINGS

THEN SHUTTING THE DOOR…JOSHUA GONZALEZ AND MANY OF
THE OTHER 90.. JUST WANTED A HEADS UP THEY
WOULD BE OUT OF A JOB..
IT’S A MOVE GENERAL MANAGER LARRY BRANDT SAID WAS BEST
FOR BUSINESS

BRANDT ALSO HANDED….A
LETTER OF DISSMISAL. NBC5 REACHED TO INTRAPAC’S
CEO.. AND HAVE YET TO HEAR BACK

SECRETARY TRASURER OF THE
TEAMSTERS UNION, MICKEY
SMITH, SAYS THE MOVE WAS
WRONG FOR INTRAPAC TO DO
WHILE WORKERS LIKE
DELAINEY CROWLEY HAVE ONLY
BEEN HERE FOR A SHORT TIME.. HE FEELS FOR FOR HIS FORMER
COLLEGUES.. WHO SPENT 40 YEARS CLOCKING
IN AT INTRAPAC.


NEW HAMPSHIRE HOLDING
ON TO THE NATION’S LOWEST
POVERTY RATE FOR ANOTHER
YEAR… WHAT THE GOVERNOR SAYS IS
THEIR REASON FOR SUCCESS. PLUS–
A SETTLEMENT BETWEEN
THOUSANDS OF TOWNS AND A
MAJOR DRUG COMPANY… WHY VERMONT’S ATTORNEY
GENERAL SAYS THE STATE
WON’T TAKE THE DEAL. YOU’RE WATCHING NBC 5
NEWS…  
 
 
 

AN EMPLOYEE AT A SOUTH
BURLINGTON GROCERY STORE… FACING EMBEZZLEMENT
CHARGES AFTER USING A
CUSTOMER’S CHECK. POLICE SAY THIRTY-SIX
YEAR OLD DERRICK JONES
ALLEDGEDLY TOOK A
CUSTOMERS CHECK WORTH OVER
500 DOLLARS… AND SPENT IT ON HIMSELF AT
THE MARKET 32 ON HINESBURG
ROAD. OTHER EMPLOYEES FROM THE
STORE TURNED HIM IN. JONES IS DUE IN COURT
LATER THIS MONTH. A VERMONT WOMAN IS
FACING CHARGES FOR
EMBEZZLEMENT AND GRAND
LARCENY. THOMAS ENGINEERING
ASSOCIATES IN WAITSFIELD
REPORTED A RETAIL THEFT
BACK IN APRIL. POLICE SAY THE COMPANY’S
BOOK KEEPER – 40-YEAR OLD
ANDREA WHEELOCK – HAD GIVEN
HERSELF RAISES ááWITHOUT
AUTHORIZATION… WRITING COMPANY CHECKS
TO HERSELF. SHE’S BEEN CITED TO
APPEAR IN WASHINGON
SUPERIOR COURT. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
WIDE RECEIVER ANTONIO
BROWN. BACK AT GILLETTE STADIUM
TODAY —
BUT HIS FUTURE WITH THE
TEAM AND LEAGUE IS FAR FROM
CLEAR. THE NEWEST PATS RECEIVER
FACES A LAWSUIT FROM HIS
FORMER TRAINER. ACCUSING HIM OF
SEXUALLY ASSAULTING HER
THREE TIMES. BRITNEY TAYLOR HAS
SPOKEN
PUBLICLY ABOUT HER
LAWSUIT. BROWN — THROUGH HIS
ATTORNEY AND HIS AGENT —
HAS DENIED THE CLAIMS. THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL
LEAGUE PLANS TO INTERVIEW
TAYLOR NEXT WEEK. NO WORD ON WHETHER BROWN
WILL PLAY THIS SUNDAY IN
MIAMI. GOVERNOR CHRIS SUNUNU
IS PRAISING NEW
HAMPSHIRE’S ECONOMY
TODAY,
IN RESPONSE TO DATA
SHOWING THAT THE STATE HAS HAD THE LOWEST POVERTY RATE
IN THE NATION FOR THREE
YEARS. IN A STATEMENT, THE
GOVERNOR SAYS THOSE
NUMBERS FROM THE CENSUS
BUREAU CONFIRM THE STATE’S
PRO- GROWTH, PRO- JOB
AGENDA. SUNUNU ALSO SAYS THE NEWS
SHOWS NEW HAMPSHIRE’S
ECONOMY IS QUOTE–
“ROARING.”

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(ááTOP VOáá)
A VETERAN’S STOLEN
WALLET… CAUSING OUTRAGE IN A NEW
HAMPSHIRE TOWN. HOW SOCIAL MEDIA HELPED
POLICE CATCH THE THIEF. YOU’RE WATCHING NBC 5
NEWS…  
 
 
 
VERMONT ATTORNEY
GENERAL T-J DONOVAN… EXPALING WHY HE REJECTED
THE SETTLEMENT OFFER FROM
PERDUE PHARMA. DONOVAN SAID THE VALUE OF
THE SETTLEMENT WAS NOT
GUARANTEED… SAYING IN PART “VERMONT
DEMANDS MORE CERTAINTY… AND GUARANTEES
REGARDING THE MONEY IN
ORDER TO EFFECTIVELY
ADDRESS THE OPIOIDS CRISIS
IN VERMONT.”
HE SAYS THE STATE WILL CONTINUE TO FIGHT FOR THOSE
EFFECTED BY THE OPIOID
CRISIS. TONIGHT — THE MAN
ACCUSED OF STEALING THE
WALLET OF AN ELDERLY
VETERAN HAS TURNED HIMSELF
IN! POLICE SAY
INVESTIGATORS WERE ABLE TO
IDENTIFY HIM THANKS TO TIPS
FROM A SOCIAL MEDIA POST. RAY BREWER FROM OUR
SISTER STATION W-M-U-R HAS
REACTION FROM THE
COMMUNITY. THE POLICE DEPARTMENT SAYS
THAT THIS CRIME OUTRAGED A
LOT OF PEOPLE, AND SOME OF
THOSE PEOPLE CALLED POLICE
TO IDENTIFY THE ALLEGED
THIEF. These are the surveillance
photos, taken at a 7-11 on
south main street in
manchester, that led to the
identification of 37 year
old matthew siwik of Goffstown . siwick is
charged with felony theft
for allegedly stealing a
wallet. Police say it
appears siwik was casing
the parking lot, something the victim noticed tuesday
afternoon as he was leaving
the store with his
groceries.
when the victim turned for a
second, that’s when police
say siwik struck, ripping the wallet from the 85 year
old veteran. Police posted
the information on social
media and within minutes
had the name of the suspect.Inside the wallet was a bank
card, that police add,
siwik unsuccessfully
tried to use at two seven
elevens including this one
on queen city avenue. The wallet was eventually
recovered at queen city
avenue store and returned
to the victim. SIWIK TURNED HIMSELF IN TO
MANCHESTER POLICE,
YESTERDAY, HE IS SCHEDULED
TO BE IN HILLSBOROUGH
COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT IN
MANCHESTER ON SEPTEMBER 26TH. REPORTING IN MANCHESTER RB
WMUR NEWSNINE. OFFICIALS FROM THE
CLINTON COUNTY HEALTH
DEPARTMENT ARE ASKING
PEOPLE TO BE CARFUL NEAR
POINT AU ROCHE PARK. A HARMFUL ALGAE BLOOM HAS
BEEN FOUND AT DEEP BAY AND
NEAR THE BOAT LAUNCH AREA. THE BLOOMS CAN BE HARMFUL
TO PEOPLE AND PETS IF
THEY’RE CONSUMED… SO THEY’RE WARNING PET
OWNERS TO KEEP ANIMALS OUT
OF THE WATER. A REMINDER ABOUT
INCREASED MOOSE ACTIVITY
THIS FALL. THE CARROLL, NEW
HAMPSHIRE POLICE
DEPARTMENT SAY THIS
HAPPENED THIS MORNING ON
ROUTE 1-15. NEAR THE JEFFERSON TOWN
LINE. A MOOSE RAN INTO A CAR. OFFICERS ARE URGING
DRIVERS TO BE VIGILANT-
ESPECIALLY AT NIGHT WHEN
MOOSE ARE MORE ACTIVE. THANKFULLY, THE DRIVER
WAS NOT SERIOUSLY INJURED.  
 
 
 
(NOW FIRST ALERT WEATHER
WITH CHIEF METEOROLOGIST
TOM MESSNER)
   
 
Clearing skies are expected
through the remainder of
the afternoon
and evening with
temperatures quickly falling into the mid 30s to
mid 40s tonight. Friday
will be sunny with highs in
the mid 60s to
mid 70s. Gusty southerly
winds will develop Friday night with gusts
up to 40 mph expected across
the Champlain Valley and
20-35 mph
elsewhere. Rainfall will
then spread into the North Country around
sunrise on Saturday and
shift eastward throughout
the day. Seasonable temperatures
and drier weather will
follow the front on
Sunday but another round of
showers will be possible
Sunday night. High pressure will then
settle into the region
through the first
half of the upcoming week
bringing warmer and drier
conditions to the region. &&
.NEAR TERM /THROUGH FRIDAY
NIGHT/… As of 259 PM EDT
Thursday…With the cold
front now well to the south
of the North Country,
precipitation has
followed suit and tapered off through the late
morning and early
afternoon hours. Skies,
however, have been slow to
clear with steep low-level
and mid-level lapse rates keeping low
topped fair weather
cumulus fairly
widespread this
afternoon. Water vapor
imagery shows a plethora of dry air ready to descent
across the region and
looking at the latest
visible satellite
imagery, the cloud fields
are looking less impressive and
widespread. Gusty winds
have developed across the
region in response to the
steep low- level lapse
rates which will quickly shut off as the
boundary layer decouples. Temperatures
tonight will fall quickly
with skies expected to
clear fast with the
dry air descending across
the region. Lows tonight will generally
range from the mid 30s over
the Northeast Kingdom and
northern
Adirondacks while the
deeper valleys will be in the lower to mid
40s. It does look like a few
locations like Lake Placid
and Saranac
Lake will approach 30
degrees tonight. With temperatures falling so
quickly tonight after some
recent rainfall, many
locations will
approach their cross over
temperatures. However, it looks like the
onset of fog will be delayed
a few hours as we should
continue to
see 15-20 knots of wind just
off the surface which should prevent
fog from settling in. In
addition, it looks like a
strong surface
inversion doesnút set up
until 3 or 4 AM which will also likely
hinder fog development. Nevertheless, patchy
dense fog is expected
in the favored locations
with some sheltered
locations in the
northern Adirondacks seeing some patchy frost. Friday looks to be a
beautiful and textbook
late summer/early fall
day across the North
Country with clear skies
and temperatures in the mid 60s to lower 70s. Deep layer ridging will be
the driving
force for this nice period
of weather with a 1034 mb
high pressure
pushing west to east through Montreal during
the morning hours. As
this surface high
continues to shift east
Friday afternoon and
evening, a deepening low pressure system will move
across southern
Ontario with a surface cold
front moving across the
Great Lakes. This will put the North
Country in a peculiar
situation with a
strong pressure gradient
setting up across the
region. All guidance is showing a 40-50 knot low
level jet setting up in TODAY WAS THE FIRST DAY
FOR THE 148TH TUNBRIDGE
WORLD’S FAIR
NBC5’s MATT LEIGHTON
SHOWS US AROUND THE
GROUNDS…  
 
 
 

FROM GAMES – TO RIDES
AND OH – HOW COULD YOU FORGET
ABOUT THE FOOD!JUST SOME OF THE
ATTRACTIONS AT THIS YEARS
TUNBRDIGE WORLD’S FAIR

IT’S BEEN RUNNING SINCE
1867 – EXCEPT IN 1918 AND
DURING WORLD WAR II
BUT DRAWS PEOPLE BACK YEAR
AFTER YEARFAIR OFFICIALS SAY THE
AGRICULTURAL PART HAS
GROWN IN THE LAST 10 YEARS
35 YEARS AGO – THE FAIR USE TO
BE A WHOLE LOT DIFFERENT

AND NOW – THE FOCUS IS ON FAMILY