A veteran Republican state representative from Derry has been sentenced to a 30-day deferred jail term and ordered to undergo an evaluation for an anger management course after being convicted by a jury on an appeal of one of three simple assault charges stemming from an incident April 11, 2012.
Proponents and foes of a proposed Dumpster Depot off Ashleigh Drive will have to wait until the Nov. 7 Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) meeting to see if the Zoning Board will reverse the Planning Board’s decision of Aug. 21 to approve the site plan for the project.
Derry police have arrested a suspect in the Sept. 16 robbery of the CVS store on East Broadway and Crystal Avenue.
The Granite State Arts Academy will hold a third Open House on Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Brookstone Park Building, Unit 4, 16 Route 111, Derry. The school, expected to open in fall 2014, will be a charter high school with a focus on the arts.
All he wanted was a midnight snack. A third-shift patrolman with the Derry Police Department is mulling further action after a lunch break at McDonald’s on Crystal Avenue produced a hamburger that was pink not only in the middle, but all the way through.
The Derry Public Library is still in the hunt for the right person to take over as the library’s director. The Trustees are in their third go round, and Trustee Chairwoman Elizabeth Ives said things are progressing.
Written by Matt Rittenhouse and Kathleen D. Bailey Though he was expected to be arraigned last Friday in Derry District Court on two misdemeanor charges, Town Administrator John Anderson waived that court appearance and had his attorney file a not guilty plea by mail.
The Derry Town Council will set up a workshop with the Energy and Environmental Advisory Committee (EEAC) to discuss ways the two entities can work together. EEAC Chairman Maureen Reno, accompanied by vice-chair Mark Flattes, attended the Oct. 1 Council meeting to update the Council on what the EEAC has done and wants to do.
The Town Council has approved remaining with the Primex Property and Liability and Workers’ Compensation Contribution Assurance (CAP) program for another three years. Chief Financial Officer Frank Childs presented the proposed agreement at the Oct. 1 Town Council meeting.
On Oct. 1, the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration (DRA) made an announcement that created chaos in municipal tax collectors’ offices across the state. After legislative pressure was brought to bear on both the Department of Education and the Department of Revenue Administration, accommodations were made that were more in line with what normally […]