SALEM, New Hampshire — Chief Joel Dolan is pleased to share that the Salem Police Department is holding a toy drive this Friday.
STRAFFORD COUNTY, N.H. — Leaders of the Tri-City Partnership Dover Mayor Robert Carrier, Rochester Mayor Caroline McCarley, and Somersworth Mayor Dana S. Hilliard announce that each city has organized opportunities for residents to feel connected to one another, safely, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
RAYMOND, N.H. — Superintendent Tina McCoy and Principal Laura Yacek are pleased to announce that students at Lamprey River Elementary School celebrated a week of reading recently with several activities taking place in classrooms throughout the school.
SAU 16 Superintendent David Ryan, Exeter Historical Society and Racial Unity Team Invite Public to Local Black History Program
EXETER — SAU 16 Superintendent David Ryan, the Exeter Historical Society and Racial Unity Team invite the community to attend an educational program this February about black history in Exeter.
ROCKLAND — Memorial Park Elementary School Principal Janice Sheehan is pleased to announce that students are planning to celebrate Rockland Kindness Day next month in several ways.
MEDFIELD — Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and Blake Middle School Principal Nathaniel Vaughn are pleased to announce that eighth grade student Zina Avagyan has been named as a participant for this year’s Project 351 service initiative.
Chief Ed Warren is pleased to share that the East Kingston Fire Department has received a multitude of donations for a family that was affected by a house fire on Sunday, Dec. 15.
The Greater Lowell Tech community came together to donate and wrap gifts for 100 homeless children this holiday season through the school’s annual Giving Tree Project.
GROVELAND — The Groveland Fire Department is pleased to invite the public to attend its annual Turkey Night this Friday.
City Manager Blaine Cox, Recreation & Arena Director Chris Bowlen and Rochester Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) Co-Founder Matt Wyatt are pleased to share that the Community Center will soon feature art in the building’s hallways.