SANDOWN – It was a quick meeting for the board of selectmen on Monday, May 9 but the group wrapped up a few outstanding items, including how to deal with inflatable ride rentals for Old Home Days. Last week administrative assistant and Old Home Days Committee member Paula Gulla advised the board, as reported by
Common sense and courtesy. Those two attributes are strikingly missing from the Presidential campaigning we’ve been subjected to this electoral season, and we’d really like to see them back as the norm. But they can’t be legislated into action, in spite of how much we’d like to see people exhibit those qualities.
CHESTER – The school board has approved up to $25,000 of end-of-year spending for a variety of projects and expenses on a suggestion by superintendent Darrell Lockwood. Annually as the school year comes to a close, the school’s leadership looks at needs at Chester Academy and surplus funds available that could be used for those