When previous Derry Town Councils contained two clearly defined factions, the occasional snide remark or verbal attack was a routine part of the Tuesday night sessions. But the councilors were quick to say they nevertheless had high regard for their fellows, despite their opposing views. The treatment of Donna Green of Sandown, first as a
Hiring a town administrator or manager is never easy. But what we’re seeing in Derry now, and what happened recently in Londonderry, makes it a whole new ballgame. In Londonderry, the town didn’t act fast enough to nab its preferred choice, who took another job, and had to start over. In Derry, the top two
Why should a little rain dampen America’s tradition of celebrating her freedom and independence on the Fourth of July? As Hurricane Arthur was making its way up the East Coast, most people, particularly here in New Hampshire, were wondering just how much rain we would get and whether its timing would affect our holiday plans.