Shirley Cox of Derry makes her way down the ninth fairway at the Hoodkroft Country Club on Sunday morning taking advantage of the fresh coat of powder laid down from Saturday’s storm. Shirley and her husband usually make their way around the entire course. Photo by Chris Paul
Seventeen years ago, a vision to create a way for Londonderry residents to obtain local information they needed (soccer registration dates, for example) led to the creation of the first issue of the Londonderry Times. What began as a humble monthly town journal, printed in the basement of the Londonderry home of Deb and Chris Paul, has blossomed through the past decade and a half into three weekly newspapers full of news, sports, features, photos, and advertising for three newspapers serving five New Hampshire towns. All brought to you by a staff of seven in an historic Londonderry building with an unwavering commitment to focus on everything community. Continue reading
Just weeks away from the deliberative session, school officials say the proposed budget for the 2017-18 school year would increase by $3,067,041, or 3.8 percent over last year’s approved spending plan of $79,761,247.
School Board members were scheduled to hold a public hearing on the budget on Jan. 10 at West Running Brook Middle School. The hearing would be followed by the deliberative session on Feb. 4 at 10, also at the middle school.
Voting is scheduled for March 14. Continue reading