We can’t count the number of times suggestions have been made to “fix” downtown Derry so that it will attract more foot traffic and more customers. Consultants have been hired and let go, locals and non-locals have offered their advice, yet nothing seemed to stick. But there’s a change in the air, and it’s not
Many classrooms across Southern New Hampshire are not air conditioned, and that usually makes for a few uncomfortable days at the end of the school year, and maybe a few at the beginning. But last week the level of discomfort rose considerably, with some classrooms in Hampstead, for example, registering 80 degree or higher temperatures.
The generation that remembers what they were doing when they heard of the attack on Pearl Harbor is leaving us. Those who remember where we were when we heard that President Kennedy had been shot are getting on in years. But most of us can recall quite clearly what we were doing when we learned