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Living Artwork

Art students from Londonderry High School attracted quite a bit of attention at Mack’s Apples Farm Stand over the weekend as they performed as living statues at the annual Art in Action event, where area artists displayed and created artwork…

Spring at Last

While some people used April vacation to travel to Florida or to an exotic locale, others took advantage of the weather to sow their first rows of peas or spread grass seed on their winter-ravaged front lawn. If you happen…

Pond Becomes Creek

Adams Pond is at its lowest level recently after the state instructed the pond owner, Moose Hill Orchards, to remove the dam boards because the dam is not deemed to be safe enough for the size of the pond. The…

Housing or Profit?

Coming up with an ordinance for multi-unit workforce housing was one of the more contentious and time consuming exercises in Londonderry in recent years. How many units per building, how many buildings overall, how many workforce vs. non-workforce units –…

Eruptive Departure

Fifth-grade students at Matthew Thornton Elementary School in Kathryn Lesieur’s science class finished off the last day before their vacation with an experiment showing a chemical reaction with vinegar and baking soda. Above, Sam Kimpton and Ava Tedder, members of…

Seasonal Songs

Fourth and fifth grade students in the Matthew Thornton Elementary School Chorus performed a variety of songs about being a kid during their annual Spring Concert last week to a full house at the Middle School. Along with the chorus,…

Incognito

Londonderry Girl Scouts celebrated the organization’s 101st birthday on Friday, March 15 with a Swap and Skits Night at Matthew Thornton Elementary School. The girls made and traded “swaps” made new friend, played games and best of all, ate cake.…

Tapping The Maple Tree

Hank Peterson, center, with the help of Andrew Perry, left, and Stephanie Marcoux tap into a maple tree on Buttrick Road last Friday, Feb. 22 to start the process of making maple syrup.