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Common Crafts

Milana Lakovych, worked on a bracelet at the Ukrainian Cultural Festival on the Town Common Sunday. Aside from bracelets, children also were able to make flower crowns. See more photos from the festival on page 8. Photo by Sam Paul

In Memory

Troop 901 Scouts Clayton Oble, Liam Craigie, and Carter Malmquist place a wreath at the grave of Vietnam veteran, Verne M. Greeley, at Glenwood Cemetery during the Memorial Day ceremony held on Monday. Photo by Sam Paul

Stepping Out

Young Molly Harper, of Londonderry, steps out of the historic Morrison House Museum on Sunday during an Open House the Historical Society held. See more photos on page 8.Photo by Sam Paul

Blossom Time

The air in Londonderry has been filled with the sweet smell of apple blossoms in recent weeks. Bees are also buzzing to help promote pollination. Photo by Sam Paul

Rockin’ Out

Jonathan Uber let out his inner rock star as Drew Boley in Ovation Theatre’s production of “Rock of Ages” over the weekend. See more photos on page 5. Photo by Sam Paul

Mulch Around

GREEN Team member, Kaylee Esposito, works with her son to add fertilizer and mulch around the blueberry bushes at the Leach Library. The bushes were planted last year by the groups when they replaced a number of invasive species. Photo…

Spring Start

Signs of Spring are starting to blossom throughout Londonderry. Although short lived, Daffodils can be found in town. These were planted at Londonderry Middle School. Photo by Sam Paul

Out With the Old

After leveling the building on the corner of Gilcreast and Nashua Road, new construction has begun on a branch of Chase Bank. The building, recently demolished, used to house several small businesses. Photo by Chris Paul

Bunny Buddy

Emma Trites, 4, visits with the Easter Bunny during the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Londonderry High School on Saturday morning. The Class of 2024 organized the event for the final time this this year. More photos pages 8 and…

Golden Ticket

South School Drama Club students held a number of performances of Willy Wonka Jr. last week in the school’s multi-purpose room. See more photos page 8. Photo by Chris Paul