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Community Snapshots: Salisbury honors its elders

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

T he Salisbury Old Home Day celebrated its past this weekend in style. The theme was “We Honor Our Elders.” Isabelle Bartz, Salisbury’s oldest resident and Boston Can holder, led the parade. There was also a pet parade, warm apple crisp, a dunk tank, cemetery tours, fireworks, vendors;, barbecue chicken, a pie-eating contest, horseshoes, kickball, music and more. Greg and …

Old Home Day celebration this weekend in Salisbury

Friday, August 7, 2015

In Salisbury, Old Home Day is an event equivalent to a major holiday. “This is Christmas for Salisbury,” said Old Home Day committee chairwoman Susan Martin. “Everyone gets together.” Salisbury is a small, rural town with a population of about 1,400, and residents don’t gather too frequently, Martin said. “I think . . . if you wanted to coin it somehow, it’s what …

Local students graduate from UNH

Friday, June 26, 2015

The following students from Pembroke, Pittsfield, Salisbury and Sanbornton earned degrees from the University of New Hampshire in May. PEMBROKE james youmatz, mechanical engineering; sarah kelley, animal science; william nunnally, political science. PITTSFIELD bryce paradise, business applications; craig paggi, mechanical engineering, summa cum laude; franklin bongiovanni, electrical engineering; justin gilman, physics, magna cum laude. SALISBURY kaila barry, communication, cum laude; melissa tilley, occupational …

Franklin man arrested in Salisbury after five-hour police chase

Saturday, April 26, 2014

A 31-year-old Franklin man was arrested yesterday in Salisbury after a five-hour police chase that began in Warner, involved police dogs and a diverted traffic helicopter, and which apparently left one suspect at large. State police officials said …

Police coverage paid for, Salisbury officials say in letter

Thursday, April 24, 2014

If a neighboring police department responds to a call in Salisbury, the town is ready to pay the bill. Salisbury selectmen wanted to make this point clear in a letter it sent to police chiefs and selectmen in Andover, Boscawen, Franklin and Webster. They drafted the letter, dated …

Salisbury, Webster petitions call for study on withdrawing from Merrimack Valley School District

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Residents in two of the five communities that make up the Merrimack Valley School District are in the early stages of exploring a possible withdrawal. Petitions circulating in Salisbury and Webster are asking the school board to establish a committee to study the “opportunities and liabilities” associated with …

Reinstating Salisbury police again on town warrant

Friday, March 7, 2014

For the second year in a row, voters in Salisbury will consider a petition warrant article to reinstate the town’s police department. Twenty-five residents signed the petition, which asks for $64,000 to fund the department. Since its two full-time officers quit in 2010, Salisbury residents have relied on …

One day left to file for Merrimack Valley School Board election

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Residents of Boscawen, Loudon, Penacook, Salisbury and Webster have one more day to file to run for a seat on the Merrimack Valley School Board. Five seats will be filled by voters March 6: ∎ A three-year term for a member from Boscawen. ∎ A three-year term for a member …

Three years after losing local police, Salisbury content with state troopers

Sunday, January 19, 2014

In Salisbury, whether you call the cops about a suspicious car or report an active domestic assault, the New Hampshire State Police will show up. No matter the seriousness of the incident, time of day or day of …

Manhunt in Salisbury woods ends with two arrests

Saturday, December 28, 2013

A domestic incident led to a manhunt in Salisbury last night, ending with two arrests, according to a state police statement. Though shots were fired, no one was harmed. The hunt ended with the arrest of Stuart McKenzie, 26, of Salisbury, who the police said was arrested without …

Letter: Salisbury selectman is looking out for us

Monday, December 9, 2013

Salisbury Selectman Ken Ross-Raymond is a steward of our money. I thank him for caring for the taxpayer and asking questions of the school district. Part of my tax dollar goes to the SAU and school district. I am one of the people who asked for information from …

Tensions escalate between Salisbury selectman, Merrimack Valley School Board

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

If you ask Salisbury Selectman Ken Ross-Raymond, the Merrimack Valley School Board is rife with corruption. Through right-to-know requests, formal complaints to the attorney general’s office, public comments and numerous conversations, he paints a picture of a district where nepotism reigns, costs are spiraling out of control and …

Back to School: A focus on Boston; a high-tech prize

Friday, September 13, 2013

We asked local teachers to tell us about the most interesting new thing going on in their classrooms. Here are two more submissions: one from a group at Broken Ground School in Concord, one from a teacher at Salisbury Elementary School. Colonial history meets the Common Core The …