Tri-City Subaru Supplies School Cheer To IdleHurst School 1

Tri-City Subaru Supplies School Cheer To IdleHurst School
I remember the days when my kids went back to school. The seemingly endless hours spent in Staples, Office Max and Walmart trying to figure out the teachers list, if I had everything and how on earth I was going to pay for it all. Now don’t get me wrong those were good days and ...

Iron Horse Pub is Somersworth’s Newest Eatery

Iron Horse Pub is Somersworth's Newest Eatery
Somersworth’s newest pub and eatery opened to little fanfare on Friday August 18th at 3pm. The reason was this was a soft opening. The pub is located at 2 Main street which anyone familiar with the city will recognize as the address of that of the old Boston and Maine train station. The Iron Horse ...

Mother’s Day Freedom Project Aims To Curb Violence in New Hampshire 1

Mother's Day Freedom Project Aims To Curb Violence in New Hampshire
Today I had the honor of watching as Somersworth Police Chief, David Kretchmar received a framed copy of a poem that is entitled, “If you had heard my voice,” on behalf of the Somersworth Police Department. The poem was penned by Monica Nagle and is part of a campaign known as the Mother’s Day Freedom ...

Somersworth Class of 1967 Reunite For 50th Year

Somersworth Class of 1967 Reunite For 50th Year
I know I seem to make a habit of this on here but I have yet another confession to make. I have never attended a school class reunion before. They were just beginning to become popular in England as I was leaving and it was just not something that was part of the culture. So ...

Somersworth Celebrates, Art, Community and Culture

Somersworth Celebrates, Art, Community and Culture
The first week of August was a pretty busy one here in Somersworth. My family from England were visiting and they got to experience some of the hospitality the Hilltop city is known for. Chapel Open Every Fourth Sunday of The Month Sunday July 30th,  I could be found at the beautiful Furber Chapel which ...