Londonderry Arts Council Chairman Jason Williams outlined the council’s activities for the Town Council this week. “We are in our ninth year of presenting three shows a year,” he said, listing the November Art in Action, hosted annually at Mack’s Apples and in its third year at Shady Hills nursery as well. “We have two […]
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Londonderry Senior Citizens, Inc., was authorized Monday night by the Town Council to collect rental fees from persons, groups and businesses that use it for social, civic and business functions.
On Thursday, Oct. 17, at about 9:30 p.m., Londonderry police Officer Matthew Morin recognized Eric Sederquest, 32, of 274 Candia Road, Chester and Jessica Lynn Sederquest, 34, of 114 Griffin Road, Deerfield. The pair were wanted by Stratham police on theft charges.
Lisa Wallace, 42, the former St. Mark’s Church nursery school director who was accused of pocketing $15,571.06, has been indicted on a charge of Theft by Unauthorized Taking by a Rockingham County Grand Jury.
Restaurant Depot, a business that sells wholesale restaurant equipment to restaurants and other food service businesses, presented a conceptual design to the Planning Board for a facility to be built in the Button Drive-Meadow Lane area.
Superintendent of Schools Nathan Greenberg, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Andy Corey and School Board Chairman Nancy Hendricks recently attended a South Central Superintendents meeting at Londonderry High School and heard Department of Education Commissioner Virginia Barry discuss Common Core standards. The results of that meeting were reported to the School Board at its Tuesday, Oct. […]
The school district policy of teachers and more recently, students being able to bring their own electronic devices to school to aid in student learning had its second reading by Assistant Superintendent of Schools Andy Corey before the school board. The policy must be read and accepted as having been read three times.
A six-lot conceptual design proposal for 115 Hovey Road was heard by the Planning Board. Engineer Bill Evans of Gregsak Engineering and John LaCombe of Diamond Edge Development asked the Planning Board at its Wednesday, Oct. 9, meeting for a waiver on an 8 percent maximum grade, instead of the 6 percent currently allowed, “to […]
Liberty Utilities, which took over the former Blue Seal Feeds headquarters building on Buttrick Road, asked for permission of the Planning Board to make three changes, and was successful in its request.
Tim Peloquin of Promised Land Surveyors and property owner Steve Gontarz were successful in their request for the Planning Board to approve turning a duplex into a condominium. At the Wednesday, Oct. 2 Planning Board meeting, Peloquin explained Gontarz wants to subdivide a duplex at 6 Walton Circle into two condex units.