The Derry Town Council has thrown its support behind increased opportunities for residents and businesses to harness and use solar power. At the Feb. 16 Council meeting, Chairman Tom Cardon read a letter to the state legislature endorsing net metering legislation currently in the House of Representatives and recently passed by the New Hampshire Senate.
The following are seeking the Derry Town Council’s three open three-year terms March 8: At-Large – Mark Flattes, David Milz, Jim Morgan and Leonard Perkins. District 2 – Tom Cardon and Charles Foote. District 4 – Brian Chirichiello, Albert Dimmock, and Randall Kelley. Each was asked to comment about the budget process.
Individual weight class championships from Shayne McCann and Dylan Barreiro and additional medal-winning performances from six other wrestlers got the Pinkerton Academy wrestling squad a strong third-place team finish at the Division I Championships at Nashua High School North last Saturday, Feb. 20. McCann and Barreiro both repeated as D-I champs after performing the feats