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Youth dancers from Derry will join other young performers representing communities all over southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts for New England Dance Ensemble's upcoming holiday performances of "The Nutcracker."

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LONDONDERRY — Young dancers from Londonderry will join other dancers on stage for the Southern New Hampshire Dance Theater performances of the holiday classic "The Nutcracker" set to take the stage at the Palace Theatre in Manchester, Friday, Nov. 29 through Sunday, Dec. 1.

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He's sweet, orange and white, and ready for a new home.

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DERRY — On Nov. 1, The Derry Friendship Center held a celebration fundraiser at Brookstone Park and Event Center, celebrating 40 of service and also posthumously honoring founder Arthur Mills and his surviving family members.

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LONDONDERRY — A cool, crisp fall morning drew crowds to run through some of Londonderry's most scenic spots while supporting a local elementary school.

DERRY — To honor the area's rich history, including this year's 300th anniversary of the original Nutfield settlement, the Stockbridge Theatre and Heptunes present fiddle/violin ensemble Childsplay on Thursday, Nov. 14.

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Peaches is a cute, petite dark tortoise-colored kitten, ready to find her forever home.

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LONDONDERRY — It's a fall favorite for families and those wanting to find a bit of seasonal adventure amidst rows and rows of cornstalks and paths.

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Claire is a petite little Tabby girl, ready for that new, forever home.

CHESTER — Some of Chester’s finest are out in force, standing tall and welcoming visitors to this rural community.

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Camille is a sweet girl ready to find that forever home.

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It’s the town’s big party held every September, joining families, businesses and organizations together for a day of community spirit.

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WINDHAM — Pizzastock, the music and fundraising arm of the Jason R. Flood Memorial, hosts free open mic nights on the third Thursday of each month at The Grind Rail Trail Café, 3 Rockingham Road, Windham, starting at 6:30 p.m.

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DERRY — It's the month for scary fun, lots of treats and a long list of Halloween activities and family fun to enjoy.

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DERRY — It was an afternoon to celebrate all things October and also the community and service provided by local Rotarians.

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Duke is a cute little boy ready to find his forever home.

Emmitt is a sweet, domestic short hair cat looking for a forever home.

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It's a dog's life when it comes to enjoying warm summer temperatures and adventures with the family.

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Carina is an adult female gentle girl needing a new home.

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DERRY — The Fireye parking lot on Saturday was filled with furniture, toys, antiques, and housewares — all up for bid and going fast for a good cause.

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Dolly is a 5-year-old long-haired calico cat needing a new home.

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DERRY —As the summer rolls along, one local club is offering hundreds of youth a way to stay focused, have fun and enjoy the warm weather.

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DERRY — Summer poetry readings continue at the historic Robert Frost Farm as the Hyla Brook Reading Series welcomes Derry Poet Laureate Robert Crawford and also Rodger Martin on Thursday, Aug. 8.

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Emmy is a sweet girl that wants a new home.

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The League of N.H. Craftsmen hosts the 86th Annual Craftsmen’s Fair on Saturday, Aug. 3 through Sunday, Aug. 11, at the Mount Sunapee Resort in Newbury.

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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.

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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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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.

Last week I took a real “Leap of Faith” and shared with you a dream I have had for too long of wanting to start a nonprofit organization called “Stuck in the Middle” to help those people that are just that “Stuck In the Middle.”

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Carmella is a big, beautiful girl needing a new home.

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Salisbury, MA - Jo-Anne MacKenzie, 64, of Salisbury, MA died October 1, 2019 surrounded by her loving family. She was born August 12, 1955 in Springfield, VT. She was the beloved mother of Amelia MacKenzie DeMarco (Paini) and Clay Mackenzie Paini, who predeceased her. She was the cherished N…