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DERRY — The town will begin flushing water lines throughout the municipal water distribution system on Sunday, April 25 through Friday, May 7, between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

DERRY — A weekend fire damaged an apartment at the Fairways apartment complex, displacing occupants, according to a statement from the Derry Fire Department.

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DERRY — Five members of Pinkerton Academy's Air Force Junior ROTC program recently competed in the College Options Foundation AFJRotc Academic Bowl and advanced to the next level.

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DERRY — A local family blindsided by tragedy a week ago has been met with compassion and donations to support two adult-children in need.

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After seven years of hoping and dreaming that someday we would bring back a rabies clinic to our area, this past Saturday it happened. As with all good things, it really did take a village. Also, when the timing is right, and things are meant to be, they do seem to fall into place.

School districts in the area have been grappling with a year full of disruptions since the pandemic took hold and now another challenge is facing districts as they prepare to follow state rules about returning to full in-person learning.

DERRY – Officials who planned to charge Manoel Viana, 57, for the murder of his estranged wife announced that he died at a Boston hospital late last Thursday.

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LONDONDERRY — Spring cleaning continued in Londonderry last Saturday as Londonderry Trailways volunteers were out in force cleaning up areas along the community’s paved trail systems, picking up the remnants of the winter and getting the paths ready for warm weather ahead.

LONDONDERRY — Conservation officials are working on the details that will govern 23 acres of property considered to be among the town's most scenic and historic. 

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DERRY — The town is pulling the plug on four electric car charging stations at the municipal center until officials can analyze how much they are used and the money spent to maintain them.

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DERRY — Investigators probing a fatal fire Sunday at 27 Mount Pleasant St. say gunshots were reported before flames engulfed a side of the home.

DERRY — Each year, the Derry Village Rotary Club, the Derry Rotary Club and the Rotary Club of Londonderry sponsor the Rotary Four-Way Speech Contest. 

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Here it is Saturday morning, and I was struggling a little with what we should talk about this week, just as I thought this week might not be meant for “On The Road With Sherry.” As often happens, suddenly that changes, and a phrase or thought comes to mind.

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DERRY —The shows are going on this spring at Pinkerton Academy as the Pinkerton Players present live-streamed virtual performances of Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance."

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WINDHAM — The waters are flowing and the wildlife is returning to Moeckel Pond.

In a regular world these days when Zoom calls are the norm, the state's senators in Washington, D.C. once again offered virtual updates on how things are going at the federal level and what that means for the Granite State.

 PORTSMOUTH — Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., paid a recently to the Portsmouth Music Hall recently for a roundtable discussion on new COVID-19 relief for Granite State entertainment venues, part of the recently passed $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.

DERRY — Derry police are warning the public to be careful of phone scams that have affected several people in the area recently.

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DERRY — A smaller version of a popular local water spot could be included on the list of ways to improve Hood Park.

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On Saturday, John and I had the best luck running into Esther Hughes, who just happened to be working behind the counter at our local Staples store. 

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LONDONDERRY — Images of a smiling teen proudly wearing his No. 2 football jersey graced the Londonderry High football field on Sunday as the community mourned and remembered the life of a lost member of Lancer Nation.

LONDONDERRY — A man at the center of a domestic dispute and an hours-long standoff with police nearly a year ago has been indicted again, this time for new assault allegations and witness tampering.

DERRY — Thanks to updated guidelines released by the Department of Health and Human Services, Pinkerton Academy will be bringing more students back to campus for in-school learning.

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