Somersworth Remembers Those Who Gave All 2

Somersworth Remembers Those Who Gave All
Monday 29th May 2017, saw another Memorial Day pass in Somersworth. For some, that means fun at camp, time with the family and for others it is a holiday where we remember the lives of those who gave all in battle. My Monday morning like many others started at Forest Glade cemetery and would end ...

A Day Of Community and Caring In Somersworth

A Day Of Community and Caring In Somersworth
I’m always amazed by the sights and the action I see around Somersworth when it comes to community and Thursday May 11th was such a day of amazement for me. A day when I got to witness community in action and all with a huge dose of caring. Community Policing At John Parson’s School My ...

New Hampshire Liquor Store Proposed On High Street

New Hampshire Liquor Store Proposed On High Street
I just spent an interesting morning at the Site Technical Review Board in city council chambers. Now it might not sound like an interesting way to spend a morning but this is an important part of planning when it comes to the future development of the city and any proposed buildings. Today four projects were ...

Somersworth Citizen’s Now Have a Place to Celebrate 3

Somersworth Citizen's Now Have a Place to Celebrate
“Citizens Place” officially became a part of Somersworth during the February 6th 2017 city council meeting. Now, if you are wondering where citizens Place is situated you have to look no further than the corner of High street and Government way and the little traffic island. Yep, the one that holds the Ten Commandments monument.  ...

Celebrating the Patriots in the Hilltop City

Celebrating the Patriots in the Hilltop City
I seem to be making a habit of confessing here but this is a pretty big one. I confess I cannot for love nor money understand American Football. Now many people have tried to explain the game to me over the years and I finally have an interception down… I think. That doesn’t mean I ...

Forest Glade Cemetery Placed On National Register of Historical Places 2

Forest Glade Cemetery Placed On National Register of Historical Places
One of my favorite places to walk in the city has just been given the recognition I and many others in the city feel it deserves. Forest Glade Cemetery has just been placed on the National Historical Register and brings the total number of places in Somersworth on that register to six. In case you ...

TAP Grant Awarded To City of Somersworth

TAP Grant Awarded To City of Somersworth
Some of you may recall this piece that I wrote last year regarding the time that I spent with the kids who attend Somersworth Youth Connection. During the morning I asked the kids what was one of the major things they disliked about living in Somersworth and the answer from many was lack of sidewalks. ...

Date Announced For Somersworth Food Truck Festival 1

Date Announced For Somersworth Food Truck Festival
If you love food trucks and craft beers you are going to love this news! Just confirmed by the Greater Somersworth Chanmber of Commerce is the date of the first ever Seacoast Food Truck  & Craft Beer Festival: Sunday June 18th 2017. The Festival will be run in conjunction with Food Truck Festivals Of America ...

Candy Canes and Kids A Perfect Combination

Candy Canes and Kids A Perfect Combination
What happens when you take one hundred kids and their parents, all holding flashlights and buckets and a bunch of candy canes? You are left with the perfect recipe for a candy cane hunt. That’s exactly what happened on Friday December 9th at the Somersworth High School football field.

Somersworth Students Learn From The Professionals At 110 Grill

Somersworth Students Learn From The Professionals At 110 Grill
A few months ago I attended the opening of the Somersworth Career Technical Center and declared that the visit had made me almost want to go back to school.  Little did I know that yesterday I would find myself sitting in the culinary department with a group of students when I made that statement. That’s ...