State Senate approves bill to name Derry bridge after fallen Marine
A bill to name a bridge on West Broadway after a fallen Marine and Pinkerton Academy graduate is one step closer to becoming law.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Ex-director jailed for theft from Londonderry nursery school
Lisa Wallace, 42, of Woburn, Mass., was sentenced to 60 days in jail for stealing from her former employer, St. Mark the Evangelist Church in Londonderry.
Annual banquet on April 23 honors police, fire and EMS
This year's honorees include Lifetime Achievement Police Officer, Merrimack Officer Michael Murray; Lifetime Achievement Firefighter, Former Londonderry Captain Ronald D. Anstey Jr., now with the state Fire Marshal's Office; and Lifetime Achievement EMS, Former Washington Fire Chief Robert Wright, now Rescue Squad Captain.Tickets are $35 per person ... (more)
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Infrastructure legislation would aim to boost Londonderry's Pettengill Road project funding
During a visit to the site of the much-touted Pettengill Road project in Londonderry on Wednesday afternoon, U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte said funding would be a multi-pronged effort.
Derry woman accused of burglaries
A Derry woman is facing charges that she burglarized a dozen homes across Rockingham County and either sold or attempted to sell jewelry taken from homes, prosecutors said.
Penacook woman injured in morning I-93 Londonderry crash
LONDONDERRY A Penacook woman was flown by medical helicopter to a Boston hospital Wednesday morning after her car rolled over and crashed on Interstate 93 a mile north of Exit 4. Annie Demirel, 62, was headed northbound in her 2007 Nissan Sentra when her car drifted off the right side of the road, then veered back across the roadway and rolled ... (more)
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Londonderry man accused of threatening, sexually assaulting two girls
Christopher Davis of Berkshire Lane is facing 16 charges in Rockingham County Superior Court, including counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault, criminal threatening and felonious sexual assault, according to indictments.
Spring a busy time on the Londonderry Rail Trail
Over the past several weekends groups of volunteers were hard at working clearing brush from the walkway and this past Saturday they posted a new sign at the trailhead, located in the North Elementary School parking lot off Sanborn Road.
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Dining: The Homestead Restaurant & Tavern
The Homestead concept was created in 1978 by William and Carolyn McDonough when they transformed a 1788 farm house in Bristol, New Hampshire into the Homestead Restaurant and Lounge.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Londonderry man sentenced to jail time following standoff
The Londonderry man who was arrested earlier this month following a five-hour standoff on Ash Street has been sentenced to six months in prison.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Market Basket family battles over Londonderry road
Pillsbury Realty Development LLC filed a $22.5 million lawsuit against the supermarket chain in Rockingham Superior Court late last month, with project officials seeking to attach some of the company's real estate to obtain that sum.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Committee gets votes needed to kill death penalty repeal bill for Granite State
On Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee had voted 2-2 to kill House Bill 1170 , but on Thursday members voted 3-2 to pass the bill the House approved by a better than two-to-one margin.
Developer sues Market Basket, says it failed to build road
A real-estate developer has sued the owner of the Market Basket grocery chain for allegedly failing to honor a commitment to building an access road at the development where it has a store in Londonderry, N.H. Pillsbury Realty Development LLC filed a breach-of-action lawsuit in Rockingham Superior Court on March 28. It seeks enforcement of what it ... (more)
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Rep. Tom Schamberg: If you want lower property taxes, support casinos
On 3.5 acres in Wilmot, my wife and I paid $8,276 in property tax. Our property is humble, no mountain views or lakefront.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Londonderry man sentenced for robbery of $10k in pills from CVS
A Londonderry man was sentenced to three to six years in state prison on Tuesday for robbing a CVS store in Derry of more than 900 pills worth more than $10,000 after threatening three employees at gunpoint.
FedEx comments were out of context, Londonderry Town Council said
Mike Speltz, who serves on the Master Plan Implementation Committee, came under fire with the Town Council Monday night in response to his recent comments about the jobs at the new FedEx warehouse being proposed for the Pettengill Road area.
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2 charged with selling fake marijuana in NH, Maine
Two men have been charged with selling a form of synthetic marijuana in New Hampshire and Maine.
Senate committee splits on death penalty repeal; issue to be decided next week on floor
After an all-day public hearing largely in support of repealing the death penalty, the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday voted 2-2 to kill House Bill 1170.
Rest room fire at Londonderry school investigated
Fire crews were called to the Mammoth Road school shortly before 9 a.m., after staff members discovered a pile of paper products burning in a lavatory near the second-graders' wing.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Derry man arraigned in Londonderry home invasion
Joshua MaGee, 29, was arraigned on charges of burglary, armed robbery, criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon and criminal constraint, a court official said Monday.