The Town Council heard from Conservation Commissioner Paul Nickerson regarding the proposed purchase of about 12 acres of woodland at 112 High Range Road, which is being offered to the town for $60,000 by the Hicks family.
Archive for September, 2013
Thomas Jefferson wrote to his friend John Adams, “I cannot live without books.” He literally spent a fortune on building a library. The author of the Declaration of Independence knew the value of free speech, and worked diligently to include it in the Bill of Rights. Books – and the freedom to read, something Jefferson […]
Londonderry Police report that on Sept. 10 at 6:15 a.m., a Caucasian male subject described as in his 20s, wearing a navy blue zip-up sweatshirt with pockets on the front, a navy blue baseball hat and a blue bandanna, western style, covering his face, entered the Sleep Inn on Perkins Road. He was described as […]
A Derry woman charged with a robbery, attempted robbery of several local businesses and heroin possession has received a sentence of one to three years in prison. Rochelle Richards, 23, of Derry pled guilty to the charges Wednesday, Sept. 4, in Rockingham Superior Court in Brentwood. Rockingham County Attorney Jim Reams said Judge Marguerite Wageling handed […]
On Saturday, Londonderry police responded to an altercation that took place at 3 p.m. at Mack’s Apples farm stand parking lot on Mammoth Road, involving the display of a gun. A beautiful day of apple picking and pumpkin choosing was marred after police received several calls about a dispute over a parking space that led […]
Stacy Bruzzese, executive director of the Greater Derry/Londonderry Chamber of Commerce, took a deep breath before launching into her fall 2013 events lineup: a golf tournament, Business After Hours, Business Before Hours, and a special effort to reach younger professionals in the area. There are also seminars, mixers and outreach to the smaller towns with Chamber […]
Londonderry Police are seeking three suspects reportedly involved in a home invasion that occurred Thursday evening, Sept. 12, at 26 Beacon St. Londonderry police responded Sept. 12 at approximately 9:15 p.m. to the residence on a report of a home invasion. Lieutenant Timothy Jones reported that a female called 911 to say she had been […]
Londonderry Health Inspector Richard Canuel announced that Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) was discovered in mosquitoes found in Londonderry by town mosquito control contractor Dragon Mosquito Control. The test batch was sent to Concord for analysis.
Members of the newly formed Venture Club gathered on the Town Common this weekend in hopes of recruiting some new members as well as having some fun camping out, playing games, and enjoying a movie. See more photos page 17 of this weeks edition.
The more than 600-acre Woodmont Commons Planned Unit Development (PUD) Master Plan, under review for well over a year, has been approved by the Planning Board. Much of Woodmont Commons encompasses the former Woodmont Orchards, an apple orchard that is no longer managed for agriculture.