Jul 24, 2014
Jul 16, 2014
Jul 10, 2014
Jun 26, 2014
Slain officer's family to receive financial help
Under the Public Safety Officers’ Benefits Act, signed into law by President Gerald Ford in 1977, Arkell’s wife will receive a death benefit of $333,605.
New Hampshire also enacted legislation that calls for the treasurer to pay $100,000 to the family of an officer killed in the line of duty.
He said a family can sometimes wait a year or more to receive the government benefits, so his group, which consists of more than 1,000 members, gives the family the money as soon as possible,.
The Hundred Club also provides up to $26,000 annually to cover college expenses for four years for the officer’s dependents.
Bucci said The Hundred Club keeps in touch with the families throughout the years, providing emotional support along with the financial help.
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Police say youths at New Boston underage drinking party resisted arrest - 7
- Man hospitalized following Rochester shooting; suspect still at large - 0
- Police seeking help to identify alleged credit card thieves - 0
- Manchester Crimewatch: Man accused of new crimes while out on bail faces hearing - 0
- Gorham man arraigned for kidnapping Abigail Hernandez, but details remain scarce - 3
- Ex-Manchester police officer pleads guilty to felonies related to helping drug dealer - 2
- Lancaster man indicted for possessing child sex abuse images - 0
- Former Nashua court officer waives hearing on sexual assault charges - 0
- MBTA police officer arrested two more times following house party arrest in Salem - 0
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Charles M. Arlinghaus: Taxation without representation again? - 2
- Distracted legislating: Our baseless cellphone ban - 9
- Another View -- Betsy McCaughey: Our free lunch President - 2
- Another View -- Karlyn Borysenko: Workplace bullying is a serious problem, governor - 1
- Workplace abuse: Governor gets one right - 0
- Red Sox pull Lester from Wednesday start amid trade rumors - 0
- Muskrats, Swamp Bats split twinbill - 0
- Jays' Stroman stymies Red Sox - 0
- NH medical board suspends Manchester doctor's license - 0
Market Basket community waits and watches
Win tickets to see ZZ Top
Win tickets to see the Pretty Reckless
Abby's alleged kidnapper held on $1M bail
Dover man sought in Rochester shooting
Supporters are now 'Abby Strong'
Canobie Lake Park shuts down popular ride
- Mass. Supreme Judicial Court has found upskirt photos taken on a subway aren't illegal. Should such voyeurism be a crime?
- Total Votes: 917