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N.H. Education Commissioner: Mask Decisions Should Be In Parents' Hands
08/27/2021
N.H. Education Commissioner: Mask Decisions Should Be In Parents' Hands

N.H. Education Commissioner: Mask Decisions Should Be In Parents' Hands

As the new school year approaches, questions are still lingering about safety for students, teachers and staff, particularly as the highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus continues to spread.

Photos from Net Zero Task Force's post
08/27/2021

Photos from Net Zero Task Force's post

Photos from Pinkerton Academy Athletics's post
08/27/2021

Photos from Pinkerton Academy Athletics's post

Photos from Pinkerton Academy Athletics's post
08/27/2021

Photos from Pinkerton Academy Athletics's post

Photos from Pinkerton Academy Athletics's post
08/27/2021

Photos from Pinkerton Academy Athletics's post

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08/27/2021

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Field Hockey getting ready for their jamboree in Manchester tonight! #GoAstros

08/27/2021

Yesterday was a great day for Field Hockey at the Dover Jamboree! #GoAstros

Photos from Pinkerton Academy Athletics's post
08/27/2021

Photos from Pinkerton Academy Athletics's post

Photos from Net Zero Task Force's post
08/27/2021

Photos from Net Zero Task Force's post

08/27/2021

Did you know our library director is also a film director? It's true! This month our film group is having a special Zoom program. We'll be viewing the short film Texture, followed by a special guest panel with the film's creators; Marguerite Corvini, Mark Billeci, and DPL's own library director, Eric Stern!

Wednesday, September 9th at 6:30 PM
Zoom link will be sent out prior to program

Register here: https://www.derrypl.org/adult/events/7787/ifc-film-group

Photos from PA Players's post
08/26/2021

Photos from PA Players's post

Photos from Why Don't You Share This?'s post
08/26/2021

Photos from Why Don't You Share This?'s post

Photos from Pinkerton Academy's post
08/24/2021

Photos from Pinkerton Academy's post

Timeline Photos
08/24/2021

Timeline Photos

On Friday, August 20th the girls volleyball team hosted their Alumni Game. Fifteen Pinkerton grads from classes ranging from 2005-2021 came back home to face off against this year's team. #GoAstros #TogetherWeArePinkerton

NH DHHS Identifies Season’s First Positive Test for West Nile Virus in Mosquito Batch in Salem Concord, NH – The New Ham...
08/23/2021
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NH DHHS Identifies Season’s First Positive Test for West Nile Virus in Mosquito Batch in Salem

Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has identified the first batch of mosquitoes in 2021 to test positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). The batch was collected in the town of Salem on August 3, 2021. DHHS is working with the town of Salem to notify Salem residents and those in the surrounding towns of the positive WNV test. This recent finding will elevate Salem’s risk for arboviral illness from baseline (no detected viral activity) to low.
"Even though this is the first batch of mosquitos to test positive for West Nile Virus this year, we know that the risk of West Nile Virus infection and other mosquito transmitted diseases is present throughout New Hampshire,” said NH State Epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan. "Until there is a statewide mosquito-killing frost, it remains important for everybody to take steps to prevent mosquito bites, including wearing long sleeves, using an effective mosquito repellant on exposed skin, and avoiding outdoor activities at dawn and dusk when mosquitos are most active."
WNV is one of three arboviruses transmitted from the bite of infected mosquitoes in New Hampshire. The other viruses are Eastern equine encephalitis and Jamestown Canyon virus. WNV was first identified in New Hampshire in August of 2000. Symptoms usually appear within a week after being bitten. Symptoms can include flu-like illness including fever, muscle aches, headaches, and fatigue. Many people may not develop any symptoms, or only develop very mild symptoms. A very small percentage of individuals infected with WNV can go on to develop more serious central nervous system disease, including meningitis or encephalitis. If you or someone you know is experiencing flu-like symptoms, including fever and headache, contact your local medical provider.

Prevention guidelines for WNV and other arboviruses can be found below. Anyone with questions about arboviruses, including WNV, can call the New Hampshire Bureau of Infectious Disease Control at 603-271-4496. Fact Sheets on West Nile virus and other arboviruses are available on the DHHS website at www.dhhs.nh.gov. For more information, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at www.cdc.gov.

CDC works 24/7 saving lives and protecting people.

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08/21/2021

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Photos from Derry Public Library's post
08/20/2021

Photos from Derry Public Library's post

Photos from The Upper Room, a Family Resource Center's post
08/20/2021

Photos from The Upper Room, a Family Resource Center's post

08/20/2021

Join us!

08/20/2021

The Upper Room is hiring. Looking for a Family Support Specialist.

08/19/2021

The Summer Feeding Program has come to an end for another season…26 days on the truck…177 volunteer hours dedicated to feeding our Community…and MOST importantly…1,943 meals served to our beautiful town of Derry!!!

We want to thank all the men and women who had made this season possible for us…we want to thank The Fairways Apartments for allowing us to park at their facility…thank you to Paisano's Pizza for supplying the pizza every Tuesday…thank you Kona Ice 4 U for coming out and proving the shaved ice…thank you the Derry Village Rotary Club for helping us by sending volunteers to come help out…and a HUGE thank you to those who also came along side of us to help serve this community…we couldn’t have done any of it without you!!!

Until next summer…we will see you all real soon!!!

(More pictures to come once we get them in)

Photos from The Upper Room, a Family Resource Center's post
08/19/2021

Photos from The Upper Room, a Family Resource Center's post

Timeline Photos
08/19/2021

Timeline Photos

Parker Townsend holding up a Nice Largemouth Bass he caught on Beaver lake at Practice on Tuesday! #GoAstros

Timeline Photos
08/19/2021

Timeline Photos

Fresh off of his Coach’s award from the 2020 season, Anthony is ready to get this year started out on the water! #GoAstros

08/19/2021

Do you remember the Cat O' Nine Tails Cottages and Snack Bar on Beaver Lake?

We're so pleased to have just processed some business papers and scrapbooks that were donated by the owners as an addition to our New Hampshire Room collection.

The Cat O' Nine Cottages and Snack Bar was started in the 1940s , was purchased by Paul Lizotte in 1960 and transferred to Rita and Thomas Martin in 1974. It was a summer favorite for many visitors to Beaver Lake. It closed in the late 80s/early 90s because of the high cost associated with the Beaver Lake Betterment plan, which taxed individual residences around the lake as part of the project. The cost was prohibitive for the small business which meant that the Cat O' Nine had to be shuttered and sold, ending a Beaver Lake institution.

We have menus, photographs, business licenses and some memorabilia for those interested in taking a look.

The New Hampshire Room of the Derry Public Library is the repository for archival materials pertaining to the history of Derry and surrounding towns, local residents, and to a lesser extent, New Hampshire and New England. If you have print materials, such as, old city directories, business papers, correspondence, old manuscripts etc pertaining to our town or our citizens-- and want the items to be archived and accessible to the public--we welcome you to contact [email protected] to discuss the donation process.

#TBT #DPL #BeaverLake #DestinationDerryNH #Derryhistory

08/19/2021

August 18th through September 6th Derry PD will be participating in a National Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Initiative.

For the next three weeks, extra patrols will be focused on finding impaired drivers and taking them off the road.

You Drink. You Drive. You Lose.

🍻 + 🥴 + 🚗 = 🚔 = 😭

08/18/2021

We have a ton of fun planned for the Fall. Call 432-7186 to sign up for our programming and upcoming events.

08/17/2021

One more time we would like to thank the Derry Village Rotary Club for the grant to repaint the building. Thank you to the Rotarians that helped prep for paint, Steve Dente from Simpsons Painting and the folks from NH Signs. #GratefulThankfulBlessed 🙌

08/17/2021

SAVE THE DATES! 📅🖊

Child Seat Event time change!⌚️⏱⏰

08/17/2021

Stop by tomorrow, Tuesday, August 17, 2021 from 9 am to 7 pm! Every purchase gives you a chance to win a gift certificate to the THRIFT SHOP on NATIONAL THRIFT SHOP DAY!

Photos from Derry Village Rotary Club's post
08/16/2021

Photos from Derry Village Rotary Club's post

Photos from Derry Village Rotary Club's post
08/16/2021

Photos from Derry Village Rotary Club's post

Beach Advisories
08/12/2021
Beach Advisories

Beach Advisories

The Beach Inspection Program monitors public beaches for f***l bacteria during the swim season, between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The Harmful Algal and Cyanobacterial Bloom Program monitors waterbodies whenever cyanobacteria blooms are reported. Current advisories for both beach bacteria and cyano...

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DERRY VOTERS: Check Your Party Affiliation. The deadline to change it before the special election primary is tomorrow, August 20. Please see the public notice for details.
CAN YOU HELP SUPPORT THE GREATER DERRY ARTS COUNCIL?? We are the non-profit that produces Derryfest, promotes public art in our community and manages & maintains the historic Derry Opera House! Please consider donating starting Tuesday, June 8 at 5pm until Wednesday, June 9 at 5pm for 24 hours of charitable giving sponsored by NH Gives!!! Click here to donate starting Tuesday, June 8 at 5pm!!! Please help support the arts in Greater Derry! https://www.nhgives.org/organizations/greater-derry-arts-council
PANTRY PLUNGE: The Pandemic Edition The 4th annual Pantry Plunge to benefit the FBC Community Food Pantry is Saturday, December 12 at noon at Gallien's Beach (39 Pond Rd) in Derry. The Pandemic Pantry Plunge This year the Plunge must be less social and more focused on Freezin' for a Reason. We will NOT have a huge gathering onshore as usual, a countdown, and a mass of exuberant plungers charging into the lake all at once. We will plunging into the lake in small groups instead. Our on-shore volunteers will organize the process and provide directions when you arrive. Registration happens at Gallien's Beach on Plunge Day. It will be contact-less. Please print your registration/waiver and bring it with you to facilitate our No-Touch Registration. Masks are required on land (although not required in the water). Hand sanitizer will be available in 2 locations. Plunging will begin around 11:45. After one group plunges and clears the beach, the next group will assemble on the shore. People who come to support the Plungers will arrive with them and leave with them, which will greatly reduce crowds on the beach and congestion in the parking lot. Let's Meet the Challenge The FBC Community Food Pantry provides essentials to people in need all through the year. Disruptions caused by the pandemic mean more of our neighbors depend on the FBC Community Food Panty. Southern New Hampshire is experiencing a surge as Covid-19 benefits are set to expire. Let's make sure the FBC Community Food Pantry is able to meet the need: please participate in and support the 2020 Pantry Plunge if you can. Forms and Donations For plungers, donation sheets and registration/waiver forms can be printed from our website www.PantryPlunge.org or the Facebook 2020 Pantry Plunge event page www.facebook.com/events/669854053942720 Supporters can donate directly to the FBC Community Food Pantry from our website also.
Oxted Floor Designs are proud to launch our Stay at Home Service.. Please call or Email us to book an appointment..
INFORMATION ON REGISTERING AT THE POLLS IN DERRY Anyone who needs to register to vote can register at the polls on election day. Everyone who is 18 or older by election day, a US citizen, and lives in Derry can vote. Qualifications can be established by presenting documents or by affidavit for applicants who do not have a document with them. It will speed up the process if you bring documents to establish qualifications (age 18+, US citizen, domicile in Derry) and a photo ID to establish identity. If you were born outside the US, please bring your naturalization certificate or passport to make the process quicker. If you don't have a document that establishes a qualification, you will complete an affidavit. The affidavit is a one-page form. It doesn't take long to complete for the individual. Collectively, though, having most people bring documents will help the registration volunteers process the 2300 same-day registrations expeditiously. The goal of this post is not to discourage people from utilizing affidavits. It is to remind people who have documents, especially proof of citizenship, to remember to bring them. The most common combination is a driver's license with your current address plus a birth certificate or passport. A passport plus something that proves domicile also covers everything. If the address on your license is not current, something with your address in Derry can establish your domicile. Car registration, utility bill, tax bill, bank statement, canceled mail are examples. Affidavits are available to anyone who does not have a document to establish a qualification or identity. If is common to fill out an affidavit for citizenship because people don't carry a birth certificate or passport, which is why we are reminding to people to bring a birth certificate or passport if you have one and save a little time. The voter checklist closed on Sunday, October 25. However, anyone applying for an absentee ballot at the town clerk's office through Monday because of concern for Covid or other physical disability can register absentee if they are not on the checklist. The town clerk will provide an absentee voter registration packet and absentee ballot application. The applicant will complete the absentee registration packet and return it to the town clerk. Absentee registration requires a witness's signature and a photocopy of the applicant's proof of identity and proof of domicile. Affidavits to establish qualifications are available only to voters registering in person. If you do not have a document that establishes domicile or identity, you can register at the polls November 3. Please email the Supervisors of the Checklist at [email protected] with questions or concerns.
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will keep their promises, support a job creating economy with tax cuts and deregulation, lower medicine prices, increased wages, better trade agreements and secure borders. President Trump acted quickly to stop Chinese travelers from coming to the US and to invest in ventilators, medicines and vaccines to fight COVID-19. President Trump supports peace and freedom through fair elections and a strong military. President Trump supports justice and law & order through trained police and judges who interpret laws and the US Constitution. Donald Trump and his Senate approved judicial appointments will uphold the US Constitution with its separation of powers, checks and balances, and Bill of Rights including the First Amendment Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion and the Second Amendment. Elect Corky Messner to the Senate and vote for the entire Republican ticket on or before Tuesday November 3rd!
Register to vote in Derry on SUNDAYs in October from 12 to 2 at the Municipal Center. You can also register at the Town Clerk's office on weekdays from 8am to 4pm or by mail (contact the Town Clerk at 432-6105 for more information). And lastly, you can register at the polls on Election Day, November 3. All districts are voting at the Pinkerton Academy Field House. Polls open at 7am and close at 8. If there is a line at closing, everyone in line at 8pm will be able to register and vote.
What are you doing on Sunday?
Register to Vote SUNDAYs in October, 12-2pm Derry Municipal Center
Just want to say that the Nutfield News got this article Right concerning Gold Star Mother Mrs. Geary honoring her on Gold Star Mothers Day ! More People should read and Support this newspaper because of their great articles and being Locally Owned as well. If you own a business this is the newspaper to advertise in !