The Senior Center on Mammoth Road is undergoing much needed repairs, which includes a new roof over the large hall the seniors use for Bingo, luncheons and other activities. And according to Senior Affairs Director Catherine Blash, the Lions Hall where they are meeting until Jan. 2 is a blessing.
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Saying they “really want to be here,” Restaurant Depot chief operations officer Larry Cohen, land planner Gordon Leedy and attorney Morgan Hollis presented the Planning Board with plans that had been “tweaked” since their last appearance before the board in October.
With battle lines appearing, the Planning Board discussed the Town Council’s request that there should be two third party reviewers on development projects in Londonderry. The talk ended with the board asking Town Manager Kevin Smith to share with the Town Council the Planning Board’s displeasure with having done work to find a third party […]
Budget Committee Chairman Chris Melcher found little positive from the results of a cost benefit analysis into hiring four additional firefighters. Fire Chief Darren O’Brien told the Town Council at its budget workshop Monday night that it would do no good to hire just one firefighter, as they needed one per battalion to bring each […]
Superintendent of Schools Nathan Greenberg and School District Business Administrator Peter Curro have presented their proposed General Fund budget, as well as tax impacts of proposed warrant articles. The budget shows an increase of .073 percent over the current year, as well as staff reductions.
The question of tree stands for hunting, erected in the Musquash Conservation area without permission, was brought to the Town Council Monday night by Conservation Commission Chairman Deb Lievens.
The house at 381 Mammoth Road had thick white smoke billowing from the doors and windows, while youths ages 14 to 18 were entering the structure, all of them members of the Hudson Firefighter Explorer Post, training to be future firefighters. The smoke, created from a machine that produces a thick, non-toxic vapor, simulated the […]
The school board has drafted an agreement to be presented to the Hooksett school district that allows some Hooksett students to attend Londonderry schools. Hooksett is expected to vote on the memorandum in early December. Up to 40 Hooksett students would be accepted under the agreement. Called a Memorandum of Understanding, it outlines the agreement […]
The eighth annual Pantene Beautiful Lengths hair cutting for cancer patients’ wigs will be Jan. 10 at the Londonderry High School gym, but last Friday, participants arrived for a “before” picture, showing the length of their hair before it gets cut in January.
This Memorandum of Understanding (“Agreement”) is effective as of ______________ (the “Effective Date”) between the Hooksett School District (“Hooksett”) and the Londonderry School District (“Londonderry”) regarding the terms for certain grade 9-12 students who reside in Hooksett to attend Londonderry High School (the “School”).