DERRY — In his bi-weekly COVID-19 update, fire Chief Mike Gagnon said it's been business as usual in his department, and other departments around the community.
WINDHAM — Students in elementary up through high school are in the spotlight after taking honors for their artwork, literature, music, dance and photography.
DERRY –– Nearly a year has passed since anyone has reported seeing Amanda Grazewski, a 23-year-old mother who disappeared from a friend’s house in Derry on March 17, 2020.
Well, here it is 8:10 Saturday morning. John is asleep in a reclining chair in our family room, I’m wide awake typing to you, and our newest family member is exhausted and sleeping under my desk. Oh, what a night it was — you just can’t make this stuff up.
The Londonderry Arts Council and its seventh annual Arts Cafe will have a new look this winter, going online through the month of February and featuring a collection of artists with their artwork and musical talents on display.
DERRY — A longtime resident hopes to continue to offer his family farm as an official spiritual retreat, but town zoning officials want more information before moving forward.
CONCORD — The racist, sexist and anti-Semitic rhetoric and social media postings by a few Republican lawmakers is getting more attention after a male state senator was caught last week on Zoom calling a woman senator a disparaging name during a remote committee meeting.
CONCORD – A Pelham woman was arrested Feb. 5 after state investigators say she stole the identity of an 86-year-old Derry woman to apply for credit cards.
LONDONDERRY — A 72-year-old Marblehead, Massachusetts, woman was brought to a New Hampshire hospital after losing control of her car on the highway and flipping it onto its roof, according to police.
LONDONDERRY – A Haverhill, Massachusetts man was indicted by a New Hampshire grand jury this month after being accused of stabbing a dog in the head at a Londonderry home.
DERRY — Pinkerton Academy's original building that opened over 200 years ago to teach the area's students is among a list of six state landmarks being named to the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places.
DERRY — The school district's upcoming switch back to an all in-person model of learning caught some off guard who felt there was no notice given on the recent school board agenda and teachers and families weren't given time to react or plan.
A virtual conversation Monday morning joined U.S. Congressman Chris Pappas, D-N.H., with members of the Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber of Commerce's Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee with a top topic being economic and business success during these challenging times.
Well here it is, 3:33 a.m. on Monday, and I still have not started our story yet for this week. Why you might ask? We both know our time together starts first thing Sunday morning.
WINDHAM — A 24-year-old Windham man with a lengthy criminal history will remain behind bars until his latest case, which involves allegations of assault by a former girlfriend, is resolved.
DERRY — Town councilors got their regular update on the community's efforts to battle coronavirus and also heard from several town boards about how the past year fared when it came to planning, zoning and supporting the town's conservation efforts.
LONDONDERRY — A police officer patrolling the RMZ truck stop on Jan. 18 – an area known for drug-use complaints – subsequently arrested a man found unconscious behind the wheel, according to a recent report.
LONDONDERRY — The Londonderry Arts Council and its seventh annual Arts Cafe will have a new look this winter, going online through the month of February and featuring a collection of artists with their artwork and musical talents on display.
CONCORD — What’s happening with the birds this winter? While you’re at home during the pandemic, you can have fun counting birds and helping New Hampshire Audubon at the same time.
LONDONDERRY — A town councilor who also happens to own and publish two local newspapers took some heat at a recent Town Council meeting, after fellow councilors warned her to be more careful when writing her weekly editorials.
- 'People don't go missing into thin air'
- Fire chief: Numbers in Derry continue to fall
- Police logs
- Historic Hood Park to get some town care
- Taking care of business
- Windham students shine in 'Reflections' contest
- Grand jury indicts man accused of stabbing dog in Londonderry home
- Incumbents unchallenged in school district election
- Real estate transfers
- Frosty fun in Derry
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