Matt Kennedy, one of a group of Londoderry High School juniors, was among the 19 volunteers who participated in Saturday’s Anti-Litter Advisory Committee (ALAC) Roadside Pride clean-up day. Kennedy and his fellow classmates spent the morning picking up litter along Gilcreast Road. Photo by Chris Paul.
When there’s an overriding need – skyrocketing use of heroin and resulting crimes, expansion of the interstate to handle gridlock, failing bridges, funding to boost economic development (think Pettengill Road), the place we all turn to is the federal government, followed quickly by state government. Then we complain about taxes. When disaster strikes in the
Cooperative Alliance for Regional Transportation officials met once again with the Town’s Elder Affairs Committee to discuss ways the alliance, known as CART, could better serve elders. CART provides transporation service in Londonderry, Chester, Derry, Hampstead and Salem. CART Executive Director Annette Stoller and board member Tim White, who is principal transportation planner with the