Catherine Meadows took part in the Ooey Gooey After School Club at the Derry Public Library Children’s section last week. Attendees got to make their own slime and then search for hidden treasures in gooey substances. See more photos on page 8. Photo by Chris Paul
After a hiatus of almost a decade, emergency management officials are planning a relaunch of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program.
The primary mission of the CERT will be to assist with emergency, over-night mass sheltering when the need arises, said Derry fire Lt. Ryan Bump.
The CERT of Derry is a partnership between the Town of Derry and the residents of Derry. The team will be made up entirely of volunteers and be focused on several key objectives, Continue reading
A Derry man who allegedly sold synthetic cannaboid products at stores that he operated in Londonderry and Hooksett has pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges.
United States Attorney Emily Gray Rice announced Monday that Tony Aoude, 45, pleaded guilty to Conspiracy to Violate the Travel Act and Conspiracy to Receive Misbranded Products, according to a press release.
According to court records, the products were sold in packages with false and misleading labels that stated that the products were “not for human consumption” or were “legal in 50 states.” Despite being aware that the products were intended for human consumption, he allegedly sold various forms of the product that bore multiple labels, including “Toxic Blue Magic” and “Caution Platinum,” according to the release. Continue reading