The Derry School Board and Fiscal Advisory Committee are recommending further cuts to the working budget totaling $1,350,000, an amount they say will meet requests to trim expenses while still delivering essential services. The board and Advisory Committee met Monday night to wrestle the budget into shape after requests from a tax-weary community to keep expenses down.
As part of the effort to make “downtown” more appealing, Derry’s Planning Board and Planning Department are updating the section of the Zoning Ordinance dealing with the Central Business District. The Central Business District or CBD Subcommittee met Thursday afternoon, Dec. 11, to approve changes in the ordinance, which will then be reviewed by the
It was an early Christmas present for Pinkerton Academy’s five sending towns, with regular education tuition for 2015-16 coming at less than those towns were warned to expect. The semi-private school, which provides high school services for Auburn, Chester, Derry, Hampstead and Hooksett, announced its tuition and budget Thursday, Dec. 11. While Headmaster Griffin Morse warned