Committee members from towns representing the original “Nutfield” settlement continue to meet and to plan for one of the biggest birthday parties Southern New Hampshire has ever seen. “Nutfield,” encompassing parts of what is now Derry, Londonderry and Windham, was settled in 1719 by the Rev. James MacGregor and a group of Scotch-Presbyterians wanting to
Councilors are considering a proposal that would allow the Town to have three culverts and one bridge replaced for the cost of just two structures, according to officials. The council was scheduled to hold a public hearing on the plan on Tuesday March 7 at press time.
Planning for proposed projects such as Exit 4A and the Rail Trail is essential for the economic development of Derry, local leaders agreed during a recent forum for business owners. The Derry Economic Development Advisory Committee held the open forum on Wednesday, Feb. 22 in the Cable Studio inside the Municipal Center. The program included