CTE students take on 'Chopped' contest
This Week's Circulars
Salisbury, MA - Jo-Anne MacKenzie, 64, of Salisbury, MA died October 1, 2019 surrounded by her loving family. She was born August 12, 1955 in Springfield, VT. She was the beloved mother of Amelia MacKenzie DeMarco (Paini) and Clay Mackenzie Paini, who predeceased her. She was the cherished N…
- Fire department honors 9/11 with piece of Trade Center
- Derry dancers take stage for 'Nutcracker'
- Londonderry's Lambert named to the US Paralympic Team
- Seasonal scenes
- Derry's tax rate set, bills due Dec. 12
- Police logs
- Londonderry youth dance in 'Nutcracker'
- Police logs
- Londonderry's great season falls short in finals again
- Klobuchar keeps it casual in Derry campaign stop
Londonderry resident and Salem State University professor Alexandria Peary, along with nine other Salem State faculty members, will present during the university's second TEDxSalemStateUniversity event.
DERRY — The University of New Hampshire has partnered with Pinkerton Academy to launch UNH First Step, a two-year pilot concurrent credit program. Beginning this fall, Pinkerton juniors and seniors will have the opportunity to simultaneously earn high school and UNH credit in select high sch…
The Derry Wolverine Dream Foundation Inc. has announced this year’s recipients of both the Robert P. Kennedy Memorial Scholarship and the Derry Wolverine Academic Scholarships.
The National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) has honored a longtime Pinkerton Academy coach with a Certified Athletic Administrator designation.
DERRY — Students from high schools across Southern New Hampshire will converge on Pinkerton Academy on Thursday, April 11 for the for the Southern New Hampshire Spring College Fair.
DERRY — The discussion continues on what's best for Derry's school children and whether the district should close one of its elementary schools as part of a major restructuring plan.
Ernest P. Barka Elementary School in Derry announces its Honor Roll for Trimester One. The following students were honored for their outstanding work.
DERRY — They are heroes at the school for not only taking on a popular young wizard and his quest for good over evil, but also for helping others and serving the community and world.