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A former governor of Massachusetts hopes to give President Donald Trump a challenging run for the top office in the land.

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Hayden is only 1 1/2 years old and is looking for a new home.

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The summer is moving along and people are out and about enjoying area parks, beaches, while witnessing a local historical landmark come back together.

LONDONDERRY — The town's capital improvement program committee meets on Monday, July 22, 6:30 p.m., to consider projects for fiscal years 2021-2026.

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Fifty years after the first men landed on the moon, newspaper clippings about the American triumph are yellowed, and the archived black-and-white newscasts are a sharp contrast to the high-definition world of today.

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DERRY — Where were we, and what were we doing in the summer of 1969? Were we moving along in a job, raising a family, attending school, or just enjoying our childhood in a small-town neighborhood?

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DERRY — There's nothing like a day at the beach to help cool off on a hot summer day.

DERRY — Derry police are inviting the community's neighborhoods to join together with thousands more across the nation for the 36th annual National Night Out crime and prevention event.

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DERRY — Local bands will take the MacGregor Park stage to honor the memory of a Derry teen and to support mental health partners in the community.

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WINDHAM — Alongside Canobie Lake in Windham is a 50-foot-wide path for boats. Signs say “Windham residents only,” but there is no lock on the gate to enforce it, so many people use the only public boat access for the lake shared by Windham and Salem.

Drivers in the area are still seeing a turtle or two crossing the roadway en route to a new wet spot or nesting ground.

DERRY — For the 23,000-plus motorists who drive past the intersection of Manchester Road and Ashleigh Drive in Derry each day, Thomas Edward “Red” Young was something of a fixture.

Fifteen high school seniors from six area high schools were selected to each receive a $1,000 scholarship from the Derry Medical Center (DMC) Charitable Foundation.

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LONDONDERRY — There’s something about taking to a local track that is drawing hundreds of youth out for a summer night of running and fitness.

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DERRY — With lines drawn in crayon or brush strokes in paint, people are gaining not only skills on paper and canvas but also support with their feelings and lives.

I have to tell you straight up that last week something just seemed a little off when I submitted my story. I mentioned our Fourth of July, but I just didn’t feel as though I said enough.

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