Sometimes events are such that they just beg for comment, and that’s what happened this past week, both at the Derry Town Council and at the Hooksett School Board – the latter a matter of concern because it involves both Pinkerton Academy and the Londonderry School District. Hooksett board members were rude and disruptive during
The Town Council, acting as cemetery trustees, will allow a former Derry resident to be buried in Forest Hill Cemetery. The Council held an emergency meeting on the afternoon of Dec. 18 to consider a request from Chris Niland, a former 22-year resident, to allow his son Nicholas to be buried in his home town.
Derry is in decent shape for the ending first quarter of the 2014 budget. Chief Financial Officer Frank Childs and Controller Janice Mobsby gave their first-quarter report to the Town Council at its Dec. 17 meeting. “There has not been a lot of activity it’s fairly early in the year,” Childs told the Council and