Archive for June, 2013

Celebrating Our Nation’s Birth

There was no mistaking the arrival of summer this year, with its intense temperatures and humidity. What a welcome prelude to the Fourth of July celebrations coming up next week. Whether those celebrations take place at backyard parties, state parks, nearby beaches or at town-wide events, most feature fireworks prominently. And we’re all for fireworks […]

Pharmacy Tech Arrested For Stealing, Selling Drugs

The pharmacy technician’s license held by Hudson resident Jessica Duda, 34, has been suspended effective June 20, 2013, amid allegations that she stole and resold narcotics from the CVS pharmacy at 177 Mammoth Road in Londonderry where she was employed, according to an announcement from New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph Foster. Foster announced that the […]

Litchfield Road Reconstruction To Begin

According to the Londonderry Department of Public Works (DPW), reconstruction of a section of Litchfield Road is set to begin in July and continue through September. The work will focus on a stretch of Litchfield Road from Misty Lane to High Range Road and will require the periodic closure of the road to through traffic. […]

Former Coach Indicted on Sexual Assault Charges

Former third and fourth grade Wildcats coach Timothy Longua, 41, 7 Lane Way has been indicted by a Rockingham County grand jury on two counts of Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault, four counts of Felonious Sexual Assault and one count of Attempted Felonious Sexual Assault, according to prosecutors. According to the seven indictments, on the Aggravated […]

Zoning Board Grants Home Occupation Variance

Mary Ferris and Martin Meehan received a variance that allows a home occupation at their 2 Arrowhead Drive, thanks to Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) action. At the board’s Wednesday, June 19 meeting, Ferris said of their plan, “We hope to set up a workshop to design and build unique components requiring a high degree […]

Three-Town Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Arrest of Teen

A police pursuit of a vehicle that began in Derry ended in the arrest of a 16-year-old in Hudson on June 21. According to police logs, at 12:34 a.m. on June 21, Derry police contacted Londonderry police and said that a vehicle they had been pursuing was not stopping for them. Londonderry Police Officer Keith […]

Final Farewell

Matthew Thornton Elementary School arranged a huge send-off on the last day of the school year to Principal Carol Mack, who is retiring this month. As part of the farewell, a Black Hawk helicopter piloted by Lt. Col. Matthew Kennedy of Londonderry made a final flyover of the school in honor of Mack, who waves […]