LONDONDERRY — Residents attending a recent school budget hearing were able to weigh in on a proposed fiscal year 2021 operating budget number as well as a list of warrant articles dealing with technology, school building maintenance and union contracts.

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DERRY, N.H. — Local police were keeping order and directing some much-needed traffic coming out on a winter's day to help save lives.

LONDONDERRY —The town’s biggest summer party and its organizing committee will get a new start with new faces and ideas with a lot of traditional knowledge remaining to help.

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DERRY — Pizzastock 3.5, a fundraising event held Dec. 29 in memory of Jason Flood of Derry and presented by Tupelo Music Hall showcased three bands in head-to-head competition.

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Tommy is a tiger/white long-haired male cat ready to find a forever home.

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DERRY — It’s a place for food, friendship and serving others.

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Derry News readers were asked to send in a few of their favorite seasonal shots to celebrate winter and family. A favorite feathered pet was even submitted by one local reader.

Here it is Sunday morning and I just ask Alexa what the temperature was outside. It feels much warmer in our house than it has been in months.

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DERRY — Smaller craft beer operations in the area may get a financial boost thanks to an extension of a critical federal tax cut.

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Patrick is ready to find his forever home.

LONDONDERRY — Residents will get more details on the town's proposed operating budget numbers and warrant articles at a public hearing Jan. 20.

WINDHAM — Town officials plan to ask voters for money to extend the regional pipeline bringing water from Manchester to southern New Hampshire further into town.

LONDONDERRY — Residents will get more details on the school's budget numbers at a public hearing this week.

DERRY — At a meeting Jan. 7, Derry town councilors heard details about the town's trail system, and also approved an update to the municipal code dealing with the town's departments and how they are organized. Councilors also approved a measure to allow the police department to secure and di…

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LONDONDERRY — The ponytails were tied and ready to be cut.

DERRY — Town councilors want the state's top leader to know they are interested in bringing sports betting to town.

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A Derry woman and her mother found themselves caught in Puerto Rico earlier this week during the recent 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck the island, causing major damage and knocking out power.

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LONDONDERRY — The ponytails will be tied and ready to be cut.

LONDONDERRY — The Londonderry Rotary Club ended 2019 by spreading a lot of holiday cheer and supporting area nonprofits and charitable organizations.

A Haverhill woman faces a charge of identity fraud and conspiracy after her nephew said she illegally obtained his Social Security number and other identifying information to open a National Grid account in his name.

MANCHESTER — A Haverhill man was arraigned Jan. 2 in Hillsborough County Superior Court and ordered to be held without bail after threatening a woman with a gun and prompting a SWAT Team response, according to court documents.

DERRY —  Soup's on again in 2020 with the annual Potter's Bowl benefit event to support Community Caregivers of Greater Derry.

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Derry, NH - Ruth Marilyn Smith, 94, of Derry, NH, passed away Sunday, December 29, 2019, in the Wentworth Douglass Hospital, Dover, NH. She was born in Somerville, MA on January 16, 1925, a daughter of the late Robert and Mildred (Johnson) Farrell. Ruth was a Charter member of the Windites o…