DERRY —The Center for Life Management (CLM), the local nonprofit mental health center plans to participate in NH Gives 2020, a 24-hour giving event powered by the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits.
When the state's Department of Education put an official effort in place to plan how schools may look in the fall with a potential reopening, local school districts were already thinking about how that new year might look in these unique, challenging times.
CONCORD, N.H. — Democratic and Republican House leaders met Monday without a resolution that would allow the House and Legislature to continue their work this session.
One of my biggest pet peeves in general is that old favorite phrase, “That’s the way we have always done it.” One good thing that has come out of all this very tough, new normal is that it is giving people that think outside of the box and even throw the box away a chance to shine.
WINDHAM — The Windham Endowment for Community Advancement has created the COVID-19 Response Fund to address immediate and longer-term needs in Windham arising from the global pandemic. The fund will serve as a community resource during this unprecedented time.
LONDONDERRY — The town’s conservation areas continue to have an extra watchful eye to help maintain safety as the pandemic challenges continue.
LONDONDERRY — The Londonderry Arts Council will offer its popular summer Concerts on the Common with a live, "uncommon" streaming opportunity due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDONDERRY — A Londonderry woman wanted by police for leading an officer on a recent chase through Hudson into Windham surrendered May 20, according to Hudson police.
Even though Ellie has only been here for a little under four months, and she is still a little under 4 pounds, she has some big thoughts on what our world needs right now.
DERRY — How to keep the community safe while offering traditional summer month fun in the sun is on officials' minds as they work on ways to potentially open the town beach, parks and a popular watery spot
LONDONDERRY — The Town Council talked about goals, the community's financial situation and how to move forward as the coronavirus pandemic continues on.
DERRY — Town councilors approved the municipal fiscal year 2021 total budget at a meeting May 5, with officials saying they will keep a close eye on the town's financial situation in the months ahead.
This Week's Circulars
Derry - On May 14th, the spirit of Joan Elizabeth Fisk peacefully went to her Heavenly Father. She was a resident at Pleasant Valley Nursing Home. Born November 19, 1933, she was adopted by Alice (Salter) and Clinton Fisk. She was raised and educated in Lynn. She was employed by GE, Jordan M…
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