Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump made an appearance at Pinkerton Academy last week to a full house and then some. Trump is leading his fellow candidates in the Republican polls. He is shown making his way onto stage. See story on page 2. Photo by Chris Paul
When you are weighed down by your garden’s summer squash, wondering what to do with the voluminous supply of tomatoes, and reeling from a bumper crop of peaches, it’s hard to think of cold nights and crisp mornings. But the bounteous harvest is a sure sign that summer is winding down.
That makes it a great time to visit the local farm stands and the Wednesday afternoon Derry Farmers Market, to take advantage of the close-to-home purveyors of fresh fruits and vegetables, farm fresh eggs and locally raised meat.
Andy Day doesn’t mind promoting other downtown businesses, even if they’re in a similar line of work. When Drae, the tapas bar, opened across the street, Day, owner of both Cask and Vine and The Drinkery, took pictures of the opening and posted them on his own Facebook page.
“When one of us succeeds, we all succeed,” Day observed.