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A 2014 communtiy handbook for residents,

newcomers and visitors to the Merrimack Valley and


Southern New Hampshire
A PUBLICATION OF
August 22, 2014
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WHERE WE LIVE C2
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(978) 697-1085
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ATTENTION BUYERS & SELLERS
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Outstanding results throughout the
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If you are thinking of selling
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(978) 387-5661
Selling your home?
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(774) 262-9178
Whether you are looking to get top dollar
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Call/text my cell (774) 262 9178 or
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Licensed in MA & NH
When you want
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Angela McCarthy
Licensed in MA & NH
978-697-9663
A full-time professional
Realtor since 1999, and a lifelong
resident of the Merrimack Valley.
I am dedicated to providing my clients
with the highest level of service possible.
Excellent negotiating and communication
skills also caring and sensitive to the
needs of both buyers and sellers.
angelamccarthy118@verizon.net
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Call for a free marketing
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Licensed in MA & NH
LOOKING TO SELL YOUR HOUSE?
Call me today!!!
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dream home!!!
Top Producer with 26 years experience in
the Lawrence, Methuen and Southern New
Hampshire areas. Licensed in MA & NH.
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www.c21mclennan.com
BRADFORD
8 KNIPE ROAD RTE. 125
978.373.2100
METHUEN
188 BROADWAY RTE. 28
978.683.8008
Andrew J. McAloon
Licensed in MA & NH
(978) 973-6068
Quality Service
Award Winning REALTOR

16 Years of Experience
I promise to provide you with service that
is professional, courteous and responsive In
helping you to buy or sell your home.
andymre@aol.com
John Silva
(508) 517-0105
It is my goal to ensure my customers
receive professional, personalized
service before, during and after the sale
or purchase of their home. I am willing
to go to great lengths to make sure your
real estate experience is positive. Call
me today for your free, no-obligation
consultation.
McLennan & Company
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Dianne Arcieri
NEAR TOP PRODUCER
(978) 808-1952 - Direct
BUYERS & SELLERS:
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If you want a smooth transaction from beginning
to end, and expect honesty, loyalty and
dedicated service, call an agent who knows the
business. Proven success record for over 27
years serving the Merrimack Valley and southern
New Hampshire. Licensed in MA & NH
Drawing from the experience of the past
with a clear vision of the future!
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(978) 502-8883
Looking for Quality,
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(978) 319-1999
Have a question about real estate?
Dont know how to start the process?
Let me help by answering any questions you may
have. I will use my expertise to help guide you thru
every transaction with, Honesty & Professionalism, to
make your experience a memorable one
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(781) 640-3075
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(978) 852-8411
bobbarcelos@hotmail.com
ATTENTION BUYERS & SELLERS
I have been a full time Realtor for
over 16 years servicing the Mer-
rimack Valley and Southern New
Hampshire. Let me put those years
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Karen A. Fitzpatrick
(617) 306-9812
Have A Real Estate Question?
Consider me your best Resource
...Selling... Buying or Investing.
I am a full time Realtor with 14 years of
experience in local markets with proven results.
I am Licensed in both MA and NH.
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McLennan & Company
June DUrso
(978) 360-5889
June Durso, your full service realtor
When you want results call me at
978-360-5889
OR e-mail junedurso@gmail.com
EXPERIENCE + SERVICE = SOLD
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McLennan & Company
Monica Azevado
(617) 721-6048
Looking to buy a forever home?
Or looking to sell the home you are
in now? I welcome the opportunity
to professionally serve any real
estate needs you have! I am
licensed in both MA and NH.
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You may already live
here. You may be new
to the area. Or you may
be considering a move
to the Merrimack Val-
ley or southern New
Hampshire.
Whatever your situa-
tion, you should know
that you are in or con-
sidering striking up a
hometown relationship
with one of thepre-
miere places to live in
America.
Here is where small
community charm
meets urban chic.
Take a weekend drive
in one direction and
youre in the Boston
area, taking in a touring
Broadway show, cruis-
ing the harbor,eating
food prepared by some
of the countrys top
chefs, and visiting his-
torical sites dating back
to the Revolutionary
Warand earlier.
Drive in another
direction and you are in
the lakes and mountain
regions of New Hamp-
shire, where the adven-
turous can ndgreat
boating, hiking, skiing,
snowboarding, biking,
camping and other
opportunities.
Drive toward the
mighty Atlantic, and
you will nd miles
and miles and miles
of pristine shoreline
in both states, for sun-
bathing,sandcastle
building, long romantic
strolls and the chance
to devour some of the
nest seafood avail-
able. (Oh, those New
Englandlobsters!)
You might choose,
however, to just stay
home most weekends.
And who can blame
you? Because as youll
nd perusing the
pagesof this publica-
tion, each and every
one of these towns and
cities has the kind of
community camara-
derie that everyones
lookingfor, but not
everyone is fortunate
enough to nd.
The lifestyle, the busi-
ness and leisure, the
great schools and so
much more. These are
the things that make
people here soproud to
say, This is where we
live.
Where you live
WHERE WE LIVE 2
For more than a century,
Anna Jaques has taken care
of people who live, work and
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and New Hampshire, providing
high-quality community health care
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Newburyport, MA 01950
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Emergency Department with Fast Track and Level III Trauma Center
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creative landscaping, exceptional service
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Podiatrists offer state of the art technology at our two convenient
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ANDOVER INCORPORATED 1646
With two major high-
ways and two rail stops,
Andover is a perfect
town for commuters.
The town is 23 miles
north of Boston, and
offers easy access to the
city via I-93 and I-495.
In 2010, Andover was
home to just over 33,000
residents, 35 percent of
whom are over 50 years
of age. Despite having
a large population of
baby boomers, Andover
also appeals to young
families.
The town has six pub-
lic elementary schools,
three middle schools
and a high school that
are among the most
well-respected in the
area. Playgrounds,
parks and an active
Department of Commu-
nity Services ensure
that Andover
A community
of commuters
and boomers
Maddie, left, sits
with her twin Catie
Gorecki, 3, of
Andover as they eat
a snack after they
participate in luau
day for preschoolers
in Andover at the
Park on a July
morning.
AMY SWEENEY/
Staff photo
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CRC is a non-proft organization that has been assisting people
with disabilities, and other barriers, to be as self-suffcient, self-
determining and as successful as possible for over forty-fve
years in the Greater Merrimack Valley area.
Employment Services CRC provides vocational training services,
job placement, and skill assessments to help people determine a
career path based on identifed interests and abilities.
Day Services Through our Day Habilitation Services program,
we offer customized goal-oriented programs that promote
independence and community memberships.
Community Living Services Community Group Residences
(24/7) and Individualized Support Services provide healthy and
supportive living options.
22 Parkridge Road, Unit D,
Haverhill, MA 01835
(978) 374-9122
www.crc-mass.org
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Learn more about us at: www.allcaremedical.org
Accepting Anthem Exchange Patients
Board Certifed Family Practice/Pediatrics
22 Main Street, Salem, NH03079
(603) 893-7905
Convenient affordable care when you need it.
Only your regular offce co-pay required. Most
insurances accepted. Laboratory and medication
dispensary on site. Services provided by the
All Care Medical Team of Professionals
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All Care Medical is accepting new patients
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Board Certifed in
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Board Certifed in
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William B. Feldmann,
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Board Certifed in
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Philip Stebbins,
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ANDOVER LISTINGS
residents have plenty to do.
Like many towns in New England,
Andover has a rich history. The town was
settled in 1636, and incorporated in 1646.
Andover is famous around the world
as the home to Phillips Academy, one of
the most prestigious private high schools
in the country. The school was founded
by Samuel Phillips in 1770 and currently
has 1,100 students. Samuel Francis Smith
wrote the well-known patriotic song
America in 1831 while attending the
Andover Theological Seminary.
Downtown Andover offers a vibrant
shopping and dining community today,
with local favorites and national chains.
CARL RUSSO/Staff photo
The Andover Fireghters Relief Association held its fth Pancake Breakfast, which
included the annual Horribles Parade and a concert in the park as part of the
towns Fourth of the July celebration. Gus Callahan rings the re engine bell.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical
Center: 978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric
Center: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-
744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-
538-4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-
374-2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-
1500, parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical
Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-
3000, stjosephhospital.com.
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $118,324.
Population: 33,201.
Median home value: $551,100.
SCHOOLS
Public
Andover High School: 978-623-8600,
aps1.net.
Bancroft Elementary School: 978-
623-8880, aps1.net.
Doherty Middle School: 978-623-
8750, aps1.net.
Greater Lawrence Technical
School: 978-686-0194, glts.net.
High Plain Elementary School: 978-
623-8900, aps1.net.
Sanborn Elementary School: 978-
623-8860, aps1.net.
Shawsheen Elementary School:
978-623-8850, aps1.net.
South Elementary School: 978-623-
8830, aps1.net.
West Middle School: 978-623-8700,
aps1.net.
Wood Hill Middle School: 978-623-
8925, aps1.net.
West Elementary School: 978-623-
8800, aps1.net.
Private
Andover School of Montessori: 978-
475-2299, andomon.org.
Melmark New England: 978-654-
4300, melmarkne.org.
Phillips Academy: 978-749-4000,
andover.edu.
Pike School: 978-475-1197, pike-
school.org.
St. Augustine School: 978-475-2414,
staugustineparish.org.
College
Massachusetts School of Law: 978-
681-0800, mslaw.edu.
SERVICES
Police Department: 978-475-0411,
andoverps.net. In an emergency, always
dial 911.
Fire Department: 978-475-1281,
andoverps.net. In an emergency, always
dial 911.
Town Hall: 978-623-8255, andoverma.
gov.
LIBRARY
Memorial Hall Library: 978-623-
8400, mhl.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-
1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545,
1-800-437-9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medi-
cal Center: 603-226-2200 (Concord),
603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua),
dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, ellio-
thospital.org.
ANDOVER
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ATKINSONINCORPORATED 1767
Atkinson gets its name from
a man who never actually lived
in the town. Col. Theodore
Atkinson was a respected com-
mander during the French and
Indian wars. After the wars,
Atkinson was a customs ofcer
in Portsmouth, before becoming
secretary of the New Hamp-
shire Colony.
Atkinson is a small rural town
in southern New Hampshire
made up of just 11.3 square
miles. Today, Atkinson has
about 6,000 residents.
The town originally was among
land purchased from Native
Americans by settlers from
nearby Haverhill in 1645. Atkin-
son separated from Plaistow in
1767, becoming its own entity.
Atkinson Academy was incor-
porated in 1787 and is the
A community named for a colonel
John Jenkinson IV,
age 4, reacts after
touching the slimy
sh he caught while
his father John III
of Atkinson holds
it for him. The
Atkinson Recreation
Commission and
Womens Civic Club
held their 19th
Annual Fishing Derby
at the Atkinson
Community Center
Pond on Saturday,
May 10.
CARL RUSSO/
Staff photo
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second oldest co-educational
school in the country. Today,
Atkinson Academy is a public
school for students through grade
ve.
Atkinson is part of the Tim-
berlane Regional School District,
which also includes Danville,
Plaistow and Sandown. After
Atkinson Academy, Atkinson
students progress to Timberlane
Regional Middle School and Tim-
berlane Regional High School in
Plaistow.
Atkinson Recreation Depart-
ment organizes community
events, including weekly
farmers markets between June
and October. The town also has
conservation land with hiking
trails, and a public canoe launch
into Big Island Pond.
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $69,729.
Population: 6,178.
Median home value: $272,500.
SCHOOLS
Atkinson Academy: 603-362-5521,
atkinsonacademy.com.
Timberlane Regional Middle School:
603-382-7131, timberlane.net.
Timberlane Regional High School:
603-382-6541, timberlane.net.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-362-4001,
town-atkinsonnh.com. In an emergency,
always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-362-5611,
town-atkinsonnh.com. In an emergency,
always dial 911.
Town Hall: 603-362-4920, town-
atkinsonnh.com.
LIBRARY
Kimball Library: 603-362-5234, kim-
balllibrary.com.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000,
ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-
3545, 1-800-437-9666, catholicmedical-
center.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Cen-
ter: 603-226-2200 (Concord), 603-354-
5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000 (Lebanon),
603-695-2500 (Manchester/Bedford),
603-577-4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-
hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, ellio-
thospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical
Center: 978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Cen-
ter: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-
5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-
4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-
2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-
1500, parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical
Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000,
stjosephhospital.com.
ATKINSON LISTINGS
BOXFORD INCORPORATED 1685
Boxford is heavily wooded,
with many lakes, ponds and
streams. The town is proud of
its natural beauty and residents
often take advantage of the
many hiking trails that it offers.
Boxford has received the
Tree City USA award from the
Arbor Day Foundation for ve
consecutive years. The award is
given to communities that show
a high level of tree care and a
commitment to urban forestry.
Boxford is a rural town that
is unique in that it has almost
no commercial development.
The town was incorporated in
1685, when it was home to just
40 families who were initially
part of the Puritan settlement at
Rowley.
Boxford is the second larg-
est city in Essex County, with
an area of 24.4 square miles.
Today, the town is home to
nearly 8,000 residents. Boxford
consists nearly entirely of
owner-occupied properties,
with only 6 percent of dwellings
occupied by renters in 2011.
Boxford has a ve-member
Board of Selectmen. The town
is governed by an open Town
Meeting form of government.
There are two elementary
schools in Boxford. Middle- and
High-school students attend
Masconomet Regional Schools,
which also serve Topseld and
Middleton.
Taking pride in Tree City USA
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $113,212.
Population: 7,965.
Median home value: $563,500.
SCHOOLS
Public
Masconomet Regional School Dis-
trict: 978-887-2323, masconomet.org.
Harry Lee Cole Elementary School:
978-887-2856, tritownschoolunion.com.
Masconomet Regional Middle and
Senior High Schools: 978-887-2323,
masconomet.org.
Spofford Pond Elementary School:
978-352-8616, tritownschoolunion.com.
Private
Boxford Academy: 978-887-8390,
boxfordacademy.org.
The Village School: 978-352-7294,
myvillageschool.com.
SERVICES
Police Department: 978-887-8135,
town.boxford.ma.us. In an emergency,
always call 911.
Fire Department: 978-887-5725,
boxfordre.com. In an emergency,
always call 911.
Town Hall: 978-887-6000, town.
boxford.ma.us.
LIBRARY
Boxford Town Library: 978-887-7323,
boxfordlibrary.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-
1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-
3545, 1-800-437-9666, catholicmedical-
center.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Cen-
ter: 603-226-2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400
(Keene), 603-650-5000 (Lebanon), 603-695-
2500 (Manchester/Bedford), 603-577-4000
(Nashua), dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, ellio-
thospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical
Center: 978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric
Center: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-
744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-
4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-
2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-
1500, parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical
Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000,
stjosephhospital.com.
BOXFORD LISTINGS
ATKINSON
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CHESTER INCORPORATED 1722
For a small town,
Chester has played a
signicant role in New
Hampshire politics.
The town was home
to the Bell family, which
included Charles H. Bell
(38th governor of New
Hampshire), John Bell
(12th governor of New
Hampshire) and Samuel
Bell (eighth Governor
of New Hampshire). In
addition, three sena-
tors, a justice to the
state Supreme Court
and a president of
Dartmouth College hail
from Chester.
Chester is a small town in
Rockingham County, near
Manchester. The town has a
population of more than 4,500,
according to the 2010 census,
and a land area of 26 square
miles.
The town was incorporated
in 1722, when 13 businessmen
from the Massachusetts Bay
Colony settled in town.
Today, Chester is largely
rural. The town encourages
conservation and maintains
the 105-acre Wason Pond
Conservation and Recre-
ation area, which is open to
resident who are interested
in taking advantage of the
outdoors.
Students in Chester attend
Chester Academy for elemen-
tary and middle school. High
School students attend Pinker-
ton Academy in Derry. Students
from Derry, Hampstead and
Auburn also attend Pinkerton
Academy.
There are few jobs in Ches-
ter, so most of the workforce
that lives in the town com-
mutes to jobs in other areas
of New Hampshire and in
Massachusetts.
Small town with big political punch
MARY SCHWALM/Staff photo
Don Pepper, of Chester, drives a tractor through the paddock with his dairy cows at the Higher Grounds
Highland Farm in Chester.
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $68,571.
Population: 4,768.
Median home value: $256,100.
SCHOOLS
Chester Academy: 603-887-3621, chesteracademy.
org.
Chester Preschool and Kindergarten: 603-887-
6016, nh.com/nh/towns/chester.
Country Christian Daycare and Preschool: 603-
887-6176, nh.com/nh/towns/chester.
Pinkerton Academy: 603-437-5200, pinkertonacad-
emy.net.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-887-2080, 603-887-3229.
In an emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-887-3878. In an emergency,
always dial 911.
Town Hall: 603-887-3636.
LIBRARY
Chester Public Library: 603-887-3404, chesterli-
brary.com.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-437-
9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: 603-226-
2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/Bedford), 603-
577-4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center: 978-
687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-687-
6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-5100, lahey.
org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-4000, lahey.
org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-683-4000, law-
rencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-6000, lowellgen-
eral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-2000, steward.
org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-1500, parkland-
medicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center: 603-
577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000, stjosephhos-
pital.com.
CHESTER LISTINGS
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DANVILLE INCORPORATED 1760
The Beehive Hut is
a historical attraction
that isnt particularly
well known, but has
enthralled Danville
residents for years.
The hut is located in
the woods off Hershey
Road and is marked
with a sign. It is made
from stones piled on
top of each other, with
a large stone slat for
a roof. No one knows
when the structure was
built, or by whom.
Historians theorize
that the hut may have
been used by early set-
tlers who were hunting
or shepherding their
ocks to Boston. Some
people also think that
the structure may be
related to the struc-
tures at Americas
Stonehenge in nearby
Salem. Some of those
structures are more
than 4,000 years old.
Danville was incorpo-
rated in 1760 under the
name of Hawke, after
an ofcer in the British
Navy. In 1836, the town
was renamed Danville.
The towns Town
Meeting house is
reputed to be the oldest
original-construction
meeting house in New
Hampshire.
More than 4,000 residents call
Danville home, according to the
2010 census. Children in kin-
dergarten through fth grade
attend Danville Elementary
School, while older students
attend Timberlane Middle and
High schools in Plaistow, as
part of the Timberlane Regional
School District.
Beehive Hut mystery lives on
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $57,287.
Population: 4,387.
Median home value: $244,700.
SCHOOLS
Danville Elementary School: 603-
382-5554, timberlane.net.
Timberlane Regional School Dis-
trict: 603-382-6119, timberlane.net.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-382-4443,
603-382-9403, townofdanville.org. In an
emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-382-5133,
townofdanville.org. In an emergency,
always dial 911.
Town Hall: 603-382-8253, townofdan-
ville.org.
LIBRARY
Colby Memorial Library: 603-382-
6733, townofdanville.org/library.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital:
978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-
3545, 1-800-437-9666, catholicmedical-
center.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medi-
cal Center: 603-226-2200 (Concord),
603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua),
dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, ellio-
thospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical
Center: 978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric
Center: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-
744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-
4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-
2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-
1500, parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical
Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000,
stjosephhospital.com.
DANVILLE LISTINGS
TIM JEAN/Staff photo
Danvilles historic Webster Stagecoach Stop and Store.
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DERRY INCORPORATED 1827
Derry was settled in 1719 by a
group of 16 Presbyterian fami-
lies who ed Northern Ireland.
When the families arrived
in Boston, they were not wel-
comed by the Colonists. They
were, however, granted land
in what was then the northern
wilderness.
In 1722, the town was incor-
porated under the name of
Londonderry. It covered what
is now Windham, Derry, Lon-
donderry and parts of sur-
rounding towns. Gradually the
towns separated. In 1827 Derry
was incorporated under its cur-
rent name.
Derry has grown rapidly
since the 1963 with the opening
of I-93, which links the town
to Boston and Northern New
Hampshire.
Derry has more than 33,000
residents, ve times the num-
ber who lived there before the
highway opened. The town now
houses many apartment units
and industrial parks, which sup-
port the booming population.
Derry offers many activities
to residents, with an active
Recreation Department and
several parks and playgrounds.
Robert Frost, the celebrated
American poet, lived with his
family in Derry from 1900 to
1911. The Robert Frost Farm is
a National Historical Landmark
that is open to the public. The
farm offers tours, displays and
readings that educate the public
about Frost, his poetry and life
in Derry.
Interstate route to revival
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $54,634.
Population: 33,109.
Median home value: $212,300.
SCHOOLS
Public
East Derry Memorial Elementary
School: 603-432-1260, sau10.org.
Derry Village Elementary School:
603-432-1233, sau10.org.
Grinnell Elementary School: 603-
432-1238, sau10.org.
South Range Elementary School:
603-432-1219, sau10.org.
Ernest P. Barka Elementary
School: 603-434-2430, sau10.org.
West Running Brook Middle School:
603-432-1250, sau10.org.
Gilbert H. Hood Middle School: 603-
432-1224, sau10.org.
Private
Derry Montessori: 603-432-8345,
derrymontessori.org.
Pinkerton Academy: 603-437-5200,
pinkertonacademy.net.
St. Thomas Aquinas School: 603-
432-2712, staderry.com.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-432-6111,
derry.nh.us. In an emergency, always
dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-432-6751,
derry.nh.us. In an emergency, always
dial 911.
Town Hall/Municipal Center: 603-
432-6100, derry.nh.us.
LIBRARIES
Derry Public Library: 603-432-6140,
derry.lib.nh.us.
Taylor Library: 603-432-7186, tay-
lorlibrary.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-
1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-
3545, 1-800-437-9666, catholicmedical-
center.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medi-
cal Center: 603-226-2200 (Concord),
603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua),
dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300,
elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical
Center: 978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric
Center: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-
744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-
4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-
2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-
1500, parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical
Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000,
stjosephhospital.com.
DERRY LISTINGS
TIM JEAN/Staff photo
Alea Millis, 10, of Derry, and her brother Finn, 8, work together on a snowman made of sand during a
snowman building contest at the start of Frozen Frenzy Week at Hood Park summer playground in Derry.
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GEORGETOWNINCORPORATED 1838
Georgetown was incorporated in 1838,
but the area had been home to colonists for
more than 200 years before that.
Today, Georgetown is home to just
more than 8,000 residents who live in the
13 square miles of town. Georgetown is
28 miles north of Boston, and has easy
access to the city by I-95. However, the
town has no mass transit, with the clos-
est commuter rail station located in
Rowley.
Georgetown is not part of a regional
school district and all students in town
attend one of three schools: Perley Ele-
mentary School, Penn Brook Elementary
School, and Georgetown Middle-High
School. The school colors are blue and
white, and the mascot is the Royals, repre-
sented by a knight.
Throughout its history, Georgetown has
been plagued by res. The rst occurred in
1874 and destroyed a number of East Main
Street properties, including residences, fac-
tories and stores. The town responded by
building an $8,000 re house and investing
in a steam re engine.
Eleven years later in 1885, another re
ripped through town, killing three residents
and destroying more property. In 1898 more
Main Street properties were destroyed by
re.
Georgetown had more res in 1901,1915,
1920 and 1935. They destroyed schools and
other important parts of the infrastructure.
Not surprisingly, the town is home to
the Erie Fire Association No. 4, which is
the oldest privately owned fire company
in the United States.
John Updike, the well-known novelist, lived
in Georgetown from 1976 to 1982, and the
town appears in his novel, Rabbit is Rich.
Plagued by blazes, and home
to the oldest private fire co.
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $108,137.
Population: 8,183.
Median home value: $408,700.
SCHOOLS
Perley Elementary School: 978-352-5780, george-
town.k12.ma.us.
Penn Brook Elementary School: 978-352-5785,
georgetown.k12.ma.us.
Georgetown Middle and High Schools: 978-352-
5790, georgetown.k12.ma.us.
SERVICES
Police Department: 978-352-5700, georgetownma.
gov. In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 978-352-5757, georgetownma.
gov. In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Town Hall/Town Clerks Ofce: 978-352-5711,
georgetownma.gov.
LIBRARY
Georgetown Peabody Library: 978-352-5728,
georgetownpl.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-437-
9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: 603-226-
2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/Bedford), 603-
577-4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center: 978-
687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-687-
6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-4000, lahey.
org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-683-4000, law-
rencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-6000, lowellgen-
eral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-1500, parkland-
medicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center: 603-
577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000, stjosephhos-
pital.com.
GEORGETOWN LISTINGS
BRYAN EATON/Staff photo
Canoeists on Pentucket Pond in Georgetown had the lake to themselves and only a few people
swimming on the beach at Legion Park.
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GROVELAND INCORPORATED 1850
Groveland is a small
community located
on the banks of the
Merrimack River. It was
incorporated in 1850,
after being claimed rst
by Rowley and then by
Bradford (Haverhill).
The town is nearly
entirely residential, with
many residents work-
ing in nearby cities or
enjoying easy access to
Boston via I-95 or I-495.
Groveland has a popula-
tion of about 6,400.
Groveland has a sig-
nicant recreation area
located on the river.
Residents can launch
boats into the river.
There are baseball and
soccer elds, basketball
courts and a hiking trail
along the river. There is
also a playground and a
dog park.
The city ofces, re and
police stations, and the library
all are located in this area.
Groveland is governed by an
open Town Meeting. It is part of
the Pentucket Regional School
District, which also serves stu-
dents from West Newbury and
Merrimac. Students attend the
local Bagnall Elementary School
before progressing to Pentucket
Middle and High schools.
Although they have long
since outgrown it, Groveland
residents still treasure the Little
Red School House, which was
built for the town in 1865 and
used by students until 1956.
Today, the school remains in its
original location and is home to
the Groveland Garden Club.
Life on the banks of the Merrimack
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $84,232.
Population: 6,459.
Median home value: $345,100.
SCHOOLS
Dr. Elmer S. Bagnall Elementary School: 978-372-
8856, bagnallpta.org.
Pentucket Regional High School: 978-363-5507,
prsd.org.
Pentucket Regional Middle School: 978-363-2957,
prsd.org.
SERVICES
Police Department: 978-521-1212, grovelandpolice.
com. In an emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 978-374-1922, grovelandma.com.
In an emergency, always dial 911.
Town Hall: 978-556-7200, grovelandma.com.
LIBRARY
Langley-Adams Library: 978-372-1732, langleyad-
amslib.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-437-
9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: 603-226-
2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/Bedford), 603-
577-4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center: 978-
687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-687-
6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-5100, lahey.
org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-4000, lahey.
org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-683-4000, law-
rencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-6000, lowellgen-
eral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-1500, parkland-
medicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center: 603-
577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000, stjosephhos-
pital.com.
GROVELAND INCORPORATED 1850
KEN YUSZKUS/Staff photo
One of scores (maybe hundreds) of water lilies at Johnsons Pond.
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HAMPSTEAD INCORPORATED 1749
Hampstead is located 45 miles north
of Boston and 30 miles south of Concord,
N.H. The town has about 8,500 residents,
who live across the 13.4 square miles of
the town.
During the summer, the population rises
significantly, as summer residents and
campers ock to town to take advantage
of three lakes in Hampstead: Big Island
Pond, Sunset Lake and Angle Pond.
Hampstead originally was part of
Haverhill and Amesbury. However, when
the border between Massachusetts and
New Hampshire was solidied in 1749,
the town was incorporated.
Town residents take pride in the local
history. The Historical Society maintains
hand-written information on every town
resident that served during WWII. It also
boasts that Hampstead High School was
one of the rst public high schools in the
country.
Many students in Hampstead attend
Hampstead Central School, Hampstead
Middle School and Pinkerton Academy,
which serves the communities of Derry,
Hampstead, Auburn and Chester. Pinker-
ton Academy is a private secondary
school, but it has contracts with these
towns to provide an education to all of
their students. Hampstead Academy is
a small, co-educational private school in
town for students in preschool through
grade eight.
Summer escape and year-round living
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $68,533.
Population: 8,523.
Median home value: $292,400
SCHOOLS
Public
Hampstead Central: 603-329-6326, hampstead.k12.nh.us.
Hampstead Middle School: 603-329-6743, hampstead.k12.
nh.us.
Private
Hampstead Academy: 603-329-4406, hampsteadacademy.
org.
Pinkerton Academy: 603-437-5200, pinkertonacademy.
net.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-329-5700, hampsteadnh.us. In an
emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-329-6006, hampsteadnh.us. In an
emergency, always dial 911.
Town Hall: 603-329-4100, hampsteadnh.us.
LIBRARY
Hampstead Public Library: 603-329-6411, hampstead.lib.
nh.us.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-437-9666,
catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: 603-226-2200
(Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000 (Lebanon),
603-695-2500 (Manchester/Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua),
dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center: 978-687-0151,
steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-687-6355,
steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-683-4000, lawrencege-
neral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-1500, parklandmedical-
center.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center: 603-577-2000,
snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000, stjosephhospital.com.
HAMPSTEAD LISTINGS
MARY SCHWALM/Staff photo
Jim and Linda Ross, and their dog Nikki, look out over the wetlands at a grouping of
heron nests in Hampstead.
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HAVERHILL INCORPORATED 1870
The city of Haverhill
is known as The Shoe
City, because of the
massive shoe manu-
facturing industry that
dominated the economy
for more than 180 years.
After being aban-
doned for decades,
many of the 19th-
century mill buildings
that still dominate the
downtown are being
converted into shops,
restaurants and apart-
ment buildings.
Haverhill was settled
in 1640 as Pentucket
and was not incorpo-
rated until 1870.
Today, it is one of
the largest cities in the
Merrimack Valley, strad-
dling the Merrimack
River about 35 miles
north of Boston. It has
more than 60,000 resi-
dents and covers over
36 square miles of land.
The city has its own
school system, two com-
muter rail stops and an
active bus network.
The city offers plentiful recre-
ational activities. Winnekenni
Castle features miles of hiking
trails along Kenoza Lake, the
town water supply. Nearby Plug
Pond is open for residents to
boat, sh and swim. In addition,
there are many smaller areas of
conservation land with trails set
throughout the city.
Throughout its history,
Haverhill has produced many
noteworthy people and prod-
ucts. The city was home to the
rst store opened by Rowland
H. Macy, later the founder of
Macys department store. It
was the main inspiration for
Bob Montanas Archie comic
strip. Author Andre Dubus,
singer Brian Evans, poet John
Greenleaf Whittier, MLB player
Carlos Pena and musician Rob
Zombie all hail from Haverhill.
Shoe city takes steps toward new life
CARL RUSSO/Staff photo
Haverhill high students who are members of the U.S. Marine Corps
Junior ROTC program march down Main Street along with the Haverhill
Police Departments Honor Guard during Haverhills Veterans Day
ceremony.
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VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $49,833.
Population: 60,879.
Median home value: $243,000.
SCHOOLS
Public
Bradford Elementary School: 978-
374-2443, haverhill-ps.org.
Consentino Middle School: 978-374-
5775, haverhill-ps.org.
Crowell Elementary School: 978-
374-3473, haverhill-ps.org.
Golden Hill Elementary School:
978-374-5794, haverhill-ps.org.
Greenleaf School: 978-374-3487
haverhill-ps.org.
Haverhill High School: 978-374-5700,
haverhill-ps.org.
Hunking Middle School: 978-374-
5787 haverhill-ps.org.
Moody School: 978-374-3459, haver-
hill-ps.org.
Nettle Middle School: 978-374-5792,
haverhill-ps.org.
Pentucket Lake Elementary
School: 978-374-2421, haverhill-ps.org.
TEACH School (Therapeutic
Educational Assessment Center of
Haverhill): 978-374-7486, haverhill-ps.
org.
Tilton Elementary School: 978-374-
3475, haverhill-ps.org.
Walnut Square Elementary School:
978-374-3471, haverhill-ps.org.
Whittier Middle School: 978-374-
5782, haverhill-ps.org.
Whittier Regional Vocational
Technical High School: 978-373-4101,
whittiertech.org.
Montessori
Hillview Montessori: 978-521-2616,
hillviewmontessori.org.
Merrimack Montessori: 978-374-
6103, merrimackmontessorischool.org.
Private
Bradford Christian Academy: 978-
373-7900, bradfordchristianacademy.
org.
Hilltop School (early childhood):
978-373-6663, hilltophaverhill.com.
Sacred Hearts School: 978-372-5451,
sacredheartsbradford.org.
Silver Hill Horace Mann Charter
School: 978-374-3448, haverhill-ps.org.
St. Joseph School: 978-521-4256,
sjshav.com.
Colleges
Northern Essex Community Col-
lege: 978-556-3000, necc.mass.edu.
Northpoint Bible College: 978-478-
3400, northpoint.edu.
SERVICES
Police Department: 978-373-1212,
ci.haverhill.ma.us. In an emergency,
always dial 911.
Fire Department/Ofce of the Fire
Chief: 978-373-8460, ci.haverhill.ma.us.
In an emergency, always dial 911.
City Hall: 978-374-2300, ci.haverhill.
ma.us.
LIBRARY
Haverhill Public Library: 978-373-
1586, haverhillpl.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-
1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center:
603-668-3545, 1-800-437-9666,
catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medi-
cal Center: 603-226-2200 (Concord),
603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua),
dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, ellio-
thospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical
Center: 978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric
Center: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-
744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-
4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-
2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-
1500, parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical
Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000,
stjosephhospital.com.
HAVERHILL LISTINGS
TIM JEAN/Staff photo
In back, Teena Veth of Haverhill stopped at the Bradford Grange display while her children Violet, 5, and Vintage, 2, play with bubbles during the
Fourth annual Haverhill Goes Green Environmental Fair in GAR Park.
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LAWRENCE INCORPORATED 1847
This immigrant
city once was home
to people from nearly
every nation in Europe.
The Irish were the
rst group to move to
Lawrence en mass,
beginning around 1845.
They were followed
by Germans, French
Canadians and Eastern
Europeans.
Immigrants ocked to Law-
rence to work in the booming
mill industry, which produced
textiles and other goods.
Although Lawrence had a sig-
nicant population and industry
by the 1800s, the city was not
incorporated until 1853. Prior
to that, the mill community
was known as the New City,
Essex, and Merrimac.
Ultimately the city was called
Lawrence, after Abbot Law-
rence, a politician and early
investor in the mills.
In 1912, 23,000 mill workers
went on strike in Lawrence to
protest a cut to their pay. The
strike lasted for two months,
with National Guardsmen and
local police called in to restore
order. When the police ofcers
beat women and children try-
ing to leave Lawrence, the mill
owners realized that they had
lost public sympathies and were
able to come to an agreement
with the striking workers.
The Bread and Roses strike,
as it is known, forever altered
American labor laws.
Today, Lawrence is home
to more thank 77,000 resi-
dents, many of whom come
from Caribbean and Latin
American countries. The 2010
census found that 73.8 percent
of Lawrences population is
Latino.
Although much of the indus-
try that dened Lawrence has
left the city, 35 percent of the
local economy is still manu-
facturing-based thanks to
companies like New Balance,
which maintains a factory in
Lawrence.
The Immigrant City still
welcomes new arrivals
PAUL BILODEAU/Staff photo
Samuel Sanchez, 11, of Lawrnece splashes around at the South Common in Lawrence after the city set up a spray bar to a hydrant.
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VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $45,527.
Population: 72,043.
Median home value: $114,100.
SCHOOLS
Public
Arlington Elementary and Middle
Schools: 978-975-5926, lawrence.k12.
ma.us.
John Breen School: 978-975-5932,
lawrence.k12.ma.us.
Alexander B. Bruce School: 978-
975-5938, lawrence.k12.ma.us.
Robert Frost Elementary and
Middle Schools: 978-975-5941, lawrence.
k12.ma.us.
Gerald Guilmette Elementary and
Middle Schools: 978-686-8150, law-
rence.k12.ma.us.
James F. Hennessey School: 978-
975-5950, lawrence.k12.ma.us.
Lawrence High School Campus:
978-975-2750, lawrence.k12.ma.us.
High School Learning Center: 978-
975-5917, lawrence.k12.ma.us.
Francis Leahy School: 978-975-5959,
lawrence.k12.ma.us.
James F. Leonard School: 978-975-
5962, lawrence.k12.ma.us.
Henry K. Oliver School:
978-975-5966, lawrence.k12.ma.us.
Edward Parthum Elementary and
Middle Schools: 978-691-7200, lawrence.
k12.ma.us.
John Rollins School: 978-722-8190,
lawrence.k12.ma.us.
School for Exceptional Studies:
978-975-5971, lawrence.k12.ma.us.
South Lawrence East Elementary
School: 978-975-5970, lawrence.k12.
ma.us.
South Lawrence East Middle
School: 978-975-5993, lawrence.k12.
ma.us.
Emily G. Wetherbee School: 978-
975-5986, lawrence.k12.ma.us.
Greater Lawrence Technical
School: 978-686-0194, glts.net.
Private
Esperanza Academy: 978-686-4673,
esperanzaacademy.org.
Lawrence Catholic Academy: 978-
683-5822, lawrencecatholicacademy.net.
Central Catholic High School: 978-
682-0260, centralcatholic.net.
Notre Dame Cristo Rey High
School: 978-689-8222, ndcrhs.org.
Community Day Charter Public
School - Prospect: 978-722-2583 (Early
Learning Center); 978-682-6796 (Upper
School); 978-681-9910 (Lower School),
thecommunitygroupinc.org.
Lawrence Family Development
Charter Schools: 978-738-0609 (Upper
School Campus); 978-689-9863 (Lower
School Campus), lfdcs.org.
Colleges
Cambridge College: 978-738-0502,
cambridgecollege.edu.
Northern Essex Community Col-
lege: 978-556-3000, 978-659-1200, 978-
738-7600, necc.mass.edu.
Suffolk University: 978-738-8840,
suffolk.edu.
SERVICES
Police Department: 978-794-5900,
lawpd.com. In an emergency, always
call 911.
Fire Department: 978-620-3400,
cityoawrence.com. In an emergency,
always call 911.
City Hall: 978-620-3000, cityoaw-
rence.com.
LIBRARIES
Lawrence Public Library: Main
Library, 978-620-3600; South Branch,
978-620-3650, lawrencefreelibrary.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-
1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-
3545, 1-800-437-9666, catholicmedical-
center.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medi-
cal Center: 603-226-2200 (Concord),
603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua),
dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, ellio-
thospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medi-
cal Center: 978-687-0151, steward.
org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric
Center: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-
744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-
4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-
2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-
432-1500, parklandmedicalcenter.
com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical
Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000,
stjosephhospital.com.
LAWRENCE LISTINGS
Alexis
Kemp-
Juliano, 6,
left, races
out ahead
of Eric
Costigan,
3, and his
brother
A.J., 12,
all of
Lawrence
during the
sack races
in the 8th
Annual
Old-
Fashioned
4th of July
celebration
at
Lawrence
Heritage
State
Park.
TIM JEAN/
Staff photo
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LONDONDERRYINCORPORATED 1722
Londonderry gets its name
from the hometown of the
Irish-Scottish settlers who rst
established the town in the 18th
century. Many of these settlers
left homes in Londonderry,
Ireland. So when they enacted
a new town charter on June
21, 1722, they named their new
home after the old.
Originally the town included
parts of Manchester, Hudson,
Windham, Salem and Derry.
However, over time many of these
areas were claimed by other
towns, leaving Londonderry with
42 square miles of its own.
During the late 1700s, Lon-
donderry became known for
the linen that was produced in
town. George Washington and
Thomas Jefferson are reputed
to have worn Londonderry
Linen, which was touted as the
best in New England.
The linen was so popular that
many people claimed their prod-
uct was Londonderry Linen.
To combat this, the House of
Representatives passed leg-
islation saying that all linen
manufactured in Londonderry
must have a seal to show its
authenticity.
Today, Londonderry is home
to more than 24,000 residents.
Many people live in the south-
eastern part of town, which is
near I-93 and N.H. Route 102.
Businesses are concentrated
in this area, or in the northern
part of town, which houses the
Manchester-Boston Regional
Airport.
From fine linen to big business
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $70,501.
Population: 24,129.
Median home value: $274,600.
SCHOOLS
Moose Hill School: 603-437-5855, londonderry.org.
Londonderry Senior High School: 603-432-6941,
londonderry.org.
Londonderry Middle School: 603-432-6925, lon-
donderry.org.
Matthew Thornron Elementary School: 603-432-
6937, londonderry.org.
North Londonderry School: 603-432-6933, lon-
donderry.org.
South Londonderry School: 603-432-6956, lon-
donderry.org.
Southern New Hampshire Montessori Academy:
603-818-8613, snhma.org.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-432-1118, londonderrynh.
org. In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-432-1124, londonderrynh.org.
In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Town Ofce: 603-432-1100, londonderrynh.org.
LIBRARY
Leach Library: 603-432-1132, londonderrynh.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-437-
9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: 603-226-
2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/Bedford), 603-577-
4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center: 978-
687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-687-
6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-5100, lahey.
org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-4000, lahey.
org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-683-4000, law-
rencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-6000, lowellgen-
eral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-2000, steward.
org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-1500, parkland-
medicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center: 603-
577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000, stjosephhos-
pital.com.
LONDONDERRY LISTINGS
TIM JEAN/Staff photo
Members of the Londonderry High School Lancer marching band perform for the crowd during the
Londonderry Old Home Day parade.
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MERRIMAC INCORPORATED 1876
While neighboring towns
upstream were manufacturing
shoes and textiles in the 19th
century, Merrimac became
know for its horse-drawn car-
riage industry. Today, however,
industry has been forgotten in
Merrimac, a sleepy, suburban
community with a rural feel.
Merrimac originally was
settled in 1638 as part of
Salisbury, and spent most if its
history known as West Parish of
Amesbury, or West Amesbury.
In 1876, Merrimac separated
from Amesbury and became
incorporated as its own town.
Today, I-495 cuts through
Merrimac. There are new
subdivisions in town, but the
19th-century homes and acres
of farmland help maintain the
rural ambiance. Merrimacport
is the oldest section of town,
originally settled as a shing
village. This area is on the
Merrimack River, and contains
some of the most desirable
properties in town. It is sepa-
rated from the rest of town by
I-495.
Merrimac is home to about
6,300 residents and is part of the
Pentucket School system, which
also includes West Newbury
and Groveland.
Lake Attitash is a small lake
that straddles Merrimac and
neighboring Amesbury. Mer-
rimac has a public beach, called
Indian Head Park, that allows
residents access to the lake.
The lakes shore also has many
private homes.
Rural living in the middle of I-495
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $58,692.
Population: 6,338.
Median home value: $323,200.
SCHOOLS
Pentucket Regional High School: 978-363-5507,
prsd.org.
Pentucket Regional Middle School: 978-363-2957,
prsd.org.
Helen R. Donaghue Elementary School: 978-346-
8921, prsd.org.
Frederick N. Sweetsir Elementary School: 978-
346-8319, prsd.org.
SERVICES
Police Department: 978-346-8321, merrimacpolice.
org. In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 978-346-8211, merrimacre.com.
In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Town Hall: 978-346-8013, merrimac01860.info.
LIBRARY
Merrimac Public Library: 978-346-9441, merrima-
clibrary.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-437-
9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: 603-226-
2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/Bedford), 603-
577-4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center: 978-
687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-687-
6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-5100,
lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-4000,
lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-683-4000,
lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-6000,
lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-2000,
steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-1500,
parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center: 603-
577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000, stjosephhos-
pital.com.
MERRIMAC LISTINGS
BEN LAING/Staff Photo
A row of classic cars are on display behind Skips for their weekly Cruise Night.
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Like many cities in
the area, Methuen has a
rich industrial history.
The town was incor-
porated in 1725, after
breaking away from
Haverhill. In the 1820s,
the Spicket River, a trib-
utary of the Merrimack,
became a catalyst for
industry. The largest
mill was the Methuen
Cotton Mills at Spicket
Falls.
Smaller mills sprang
up, as well, manu-
facturing hats and
Built on the generosity of philanthropists
METHUEN INCORPORATED 1725
PAUL BILODEAU/Staff photo
Joshua Rivera, 10, right of Methuen gets splashed by Alex Soto, 7, while bathing in Forest Lake in Methuen
as temps climbed into the 90s across the region.
WHERE WE LIVE 21
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shoes and centralizing
Methuens economic
growth along the
banks of the river.
Today, the Searles-Tenney-
Nevins Historic District cel-
ebrates some of the greatest
architecture from this time.
Edward Searles, an architectural
designer, Charles Tenney, a
banker, and Henry Nevins, a mill
owner, were the three fathers
of Methuen. Their wealth and
power shaped the downtown that
remains today.
The Methuen Memorial Music
Hall and the Nevins Memo-
rial Library are examples of
the resources that these men
brought to Methuen.
Today, Methuen is home to
more than 47,000 residents. The
city has its own school system;
the mascot the blue-and-white
Rangers.
Methuen also is home to
Presentation of Mary, a pri-
vate Catholic school that has
traditionally been for girls but
recently went co-educational.
The school is located on the for-
mer Searles Estate.
METHUEN
Continued from Page 21
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $49,627.
Population: 47,255.
Median home value: $265,100.
SCHOOLS
Public
Comprehensive Grammar School:
978-722-9051, methuen.k12.ma.us.
Donald P. Timony Grammar School:
978-722-9001, methuen.k12.ma.us.
Greater Lawrence Technical
School: 978-686-0194, glts.net.
Marsh Grammar School: 978-722-
9076, methuen.k12.ma.us.
Methuen High School: 978-722-
6040, methuen.k12.ma.us.
Tenney Grammar School: 978-722-
9026, methuen.k12.ma.us.
Private
Fellowship Christian Academy:
978-686-9373, fbcmethuen.org.
The Islamic Academy for Peace:
978-975-7335, theislamicacademy.com.
Presentation of Mary Academy:
978-682-9391, pmamethuen.org.
Presentation of Mary Early Child-
hood Program: 978-683-0872, pres-
marypreschool.org.
METHUEN LISTINGS
St. Monica School: 978-686-1801,
stmonicamethuen.org.
SERVICES
Police Department: 978-983-8698,
ci.methuen.ma.us. In case of emer-
gency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 978-983-8940,
ci.methuen.ma.us. In case of emer-
gency, always dial 911.
City Hall: 978-983-8515,
ci.methuen.ma.us.
LIBRARY
Nevins Memorial Library: 978-
686-4080, nevinslibrary.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-
1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-
3545, 1-800-437-9666, catholicmedical-
center.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medi-
cal Center: 603-226-2200 (Concord),
603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua),
dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300,
elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical
Center: 978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric
Center: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-
744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-
538-4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-
374-2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-
1500, parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical
Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-
3000, stjosephhospital.com.
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NO. ANDOVER INCORPORATED 1855
North Andover was
singled out by early set-
tlers in New England
because of its access to
three bodies of water:
the Merrimack River,
the Shawsheen River
and freshwater Lake
Cochichewick. The land
was purchased from
local natives in 1646
for six pounds and was
called Cochichewick
Plantation.
The town was incorporated
as Andover, after the English
hometown of many of the early
residents. During these early
years, North Andover was home
to Americas rst published
poet, Anne Bradstreet.
Although it was called
Andover, the original settle-
ment was established in pres-
ent-day North Andover. As the
town grew, there was debate
over where the parishes should
be located. Ultimately two par-
ishes, North and South, were
established, and the communi-
ties continued to grow apart.
In 1855 the north parish sepa-
rated and was incorporated as
North Andover.
Today, North Andover is
made up of commercial, areas
as well as rural farmland. More
than 28,000 residents call North
Andover home.
North Andover also houses
a number of educational insti-
tutions. The North Andover
public school system, home of
The Knights, is well respected.
Merrimack College educates
more than 2,000 college stu-
dents a year in North Andover.
Brooks School, a co-educational
high school on the shore of Lake
Cochichewick, educates over
340 students from around the
world.
An educational hub with plenty of water
PAUL BILODEAU/Staff photo
The perennial garden at the Stephen-Coolidge home in North Andover.
WHERE WE LIVE 23
Come and be swept away
by exciting performances of
music, dance, theatre and
family entertainment at
the Rogers Center at
Merrimack College.
F O R T H E A R T S A T
The Rogers Center for the Arts at Merrimack College
is available to rent by community organizations.
F o r mo r e i n f o r ma t i o n p l e a s e c a l l 9 7 8 . 8 3 7 . 5 3 5 5 o r v i s i t :
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VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $87,076.
Population: 28,352.
Median home value: $435,000.
SCHOOLS
Public
Annie L. Sargent Elementary School:
978-725-3673, northandoverpublic-
schools.com.
Atkinson Elementary School: 978-
794-0124, northandoverpublicschools.
com.
Franklin Elementary School: 978-794-
1990, northandoverpublicschools.com.
Kittredge Elementary School: 978-
794-1688, northandoverpublicschools.
com.
Thomson Elementary School: 978-
794-1545, northandoverpublicschools.
com.
North Andover Early Childhood
Center: 978-794-1577, northandoverpub-
licschools.com.
North Andover Middle School: 978-
794-1870, northandoverpublicschools.
com.
North Andover High School: 978-794-
1711, northandoverpublicschools.com.
Private
Brooks School: 978-725-6300,
brooksschool.org.
Meritor Academy: 978-794-0616,
meritornorthandover.com.
New England Montessori School: 978-
975-9906, nemontessori.com.
NORTH ANDOVER LISTINGS
CARL RUSSO/Staff photo
Runners take pass by in the annual North Andover 4th of July 5K and
10K road Races and Kids Fun Run this year.
St. Michael School: 978-686-1862,
saintmichael.com.
College
Merrimack College: 978-837-5000,
978-683-7111, merrimack.edu.
SERVICES
Police Department: 978-683-3168,
townofnorthandover.com. In case of
emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 978-688-9590,
townofnorthandover.com. In case of
emergency, always dial 911.
Town Hall: 978-688-9501, townof-
northandover.com.
LIBRARY
Stevens Memorial Library: 978-688-
9505, stevensmemlib.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-
1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-
3545, 1-800-437-9666, catholicmedical-
center.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical
Center: 603-226-2200 (Concord),
603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua),
dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, ellio-
thospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical
Center: 978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Cen-
ter: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-
744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-
4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-
2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-
1500, parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical
Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000,
stjosephhospital.com.
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PELHAMINCORPORATED 1746
Although Pelham is
a small town, it boasts
something no other
local town does: a full
18-hole disc golf course.
This unique sport fol-
lows the same idea as
golf; get through the
course with a few points
as possible. But instead
of hitting a ball, disc golf
players toss a disc (like
a Frisbee) into a basket.
The course is part of
Muldoon Park, the larg-
est recreational area in
Pelham.
The park also offers venues
for more conventional sports,
including baseball and soccer,
in addition to hiking trails.
Some of the trails lead to
Beaver Brook, a small river
where residents can launch a
canoe.
Pelham boarders Massachusetts
and contains the southern-most
point in New Hampshire.
The town is home to about
13,000 residents. It has its own
school system, which consists
of a preschool, elementary,
middle and high school.
Home to unconventional golfing
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $68,608.
Population: 12,897.
Median home value: $614,100.
SCHOOLS
Pelham Elementary School: 603-635-8875, pel-
hamsd.org.
Pelham Memorial School: 603-635-2321, pelhamsd.
org.
Pelham High School: 603-635-2115, pelhamsd.org.
Saint Patrick School: 603-635-2941, saintpatrick-
school.net.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-635-2411, pelhampolice.
com. In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-635-2703, pelhamre.com. In
case of emergency, always dial 911.
Town Hall: 603-635-2040, pelhamweb.com.
LIBRARY
Pelham Public Library: 603-635-7581, pelhampub-
liclibrary.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-437-
9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: 603-
226-2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-
650-5000 (Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-
hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center: 978-
687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-687-
6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-5100, lahey.
org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-4000, lahey.
org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-683-4000, law-
rencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-6000, lowellgen-
eral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-2000, steward.
org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-1500, parkland-
medicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center: 603-
577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000, stjosephhos-
pital.com.
PELHAM LISTINGS
ANGIE BEAULIEU/Staff photos
Residents walk through rows of booths at Pelham Old Home Day.
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PLAISTOWINCORPORATED 1749
When it comes to natural fea-
tures, Plaistow is known for that
which it does not have. It is one
of only two towns in New Hamp-
shire that does not have any
signicant lakes or ponds with
its boundaries. However, shing,
boating and swimming enthusi-
asts dont need to venture far to
nd great natural resources, like
Kingston State Park in nearby
Kingston.
Plaistow is in southern New
Hampshire, just about equal
distance from Boston and Con-
cord, N.H. The town originally
was part of Haverhill. For a long
time it was largely uninhab-
ited because of fears of Indian
attacks.
In the later half of the 18th
century, Plaistow began to be
settled. Back then, the land-
scape was lled with farmland
and pastures.
The town separated from
Haverhill when the land dispute
between Massachusetts and
New Hampshire was settled
in 1741. In 1749, the town was
incorporated as Plaistow. No
one knows why this name was
chosen. The only other town in
the world that share the name
is on the outskirts of London,
England.
As Route 125 has developed,
Plaistow has become a retail
hub for shoppers from the
area and for Massachusetts
residents looking for tax-free
sales.
The town is home to about
7,600 residents, most of whom
live in neighborhoods. Few
areas in the town remain rural.
Plaistow is home to the Tim-
berlane Regional High School
and Timberlane Regional Mid-
dle School, which it shares with
the neighboring towns of Atkin-
son, Danville and Sandown.
Bridging the divide between
Massachusetts and New Hampshire
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $61,707.
Population: 7,609.
Median home value: $225,500.
SCHOOLS
Pollard Elementary School: 603-382-7146, timber-
lane.net.
Timberlane Regional Middle School: 603-382-7131,
timberlane.net.
Timberlane Regional High School: 603-382-6541,
timberlane.net.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-382-6816, 603-382-1200,
603-382-6207, plaistow.com. In case of emergency,
always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-382-5012, plaistow.com. In
case of emergency, always dial 911.
Town Hall: 603-382-8129, plaistow.com.
LIBRARY
Plaistow Public Library: 603-382-6011, plaistowli-
brary.com.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-437-
9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: 603-226-
2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/Bedford), 603-
577-4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center:
978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-687-
6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-5100,
lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-4000,
lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-683-4000,
lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-6000,
lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-2000,
steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-1500,
parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center:
603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000,
stjosephhospital.com.
PLAISTOW LISTINGS
Members
of the Red
Herring
Morris
dance
troupe
perform at
Old Home
Day on the
Plaistow
Town Hall
lawn.
RYAN HUTTON/
Staff photo
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SALEM INCORPORATED 1750
Salem bills itself as
The Gateway to New
Hampshire, which is
reasonable consider-
ing that the states
major highway, I-93,
passes through this
community.
Travelers coming
into New Hampshire
from Boston or other
points south are likely
to pass through Salem,
which was incorporated
in 1750 and named for
nearby Salem, Mass.
The inux of travelers
has helped to promote
Salem as a retail hub.
It is home to the Mall
at Rockingham Park,
the largest mall in the
area, as well as Route
28, a stretch of road that
boasts nearly any shop
imaginable. Weekends
nd hoards of Massa-
chusetts shoppers look-
ing to score tax-free
deals from their favorite
stores in Salem.
As the towns
The Gateway to New Hampshire
CARL RUSSO/Staff photo
The Salem Veterans Association and the town of Salem held its annual Memorial Day parade and ceremony at Veterans Park. A solemn
service was also held at the Pine Grove Cemetery after the Veterans Park ceremony. Salem High School Marching Band and Color Guard
member, Arianna Zulauf march to the ceremony at Veterans Park.
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VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $58,090.
Population: 28,776.
Median home value: $259,100.
SCHOOLS
Public
Baron Elementary School: 603-893-7067, sau57.org.
Mary Fisk Elementary School: 603-893-7051, sau57.org.
Walter Haigh Elementary School: 603-893-7064,
sau57.org.
Lancaster Elementary School: 603-893-7059, sau57.org.
North Salem Elementary School: 603-893-7062, sau57.org.
Soule Elementary School: 603-893-7053, sau57.org.
Woodbury Middle School: 603-893-7055, sau57.org.
Salem High School: 603-893-7069, sau57.org.
Private
Merrimack Valley Montessori School: 603-893-
7310, mvms.org.
St. Joseph Regional Catholic School: 603-893-
6811, sjrcs.com.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-893-1911, townofsalemnh.
org. In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-890-2200, townofsalemnh.
org. In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Town Hall: 603-890-2000, townofsalemnh.org.
LIBRARY
Kelley Library: 603-898-7064, kelleylibrary.org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-437-
9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center:
603-226-2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-
650-5000 (Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/Bed-
ford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center: 978-
687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-687-
6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-538-4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-683-4000, law-
rencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-6000, lowellgen-
eral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-374-2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-432-1500, parkland-
medicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center: 603-
577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-3000, stjosephhos-
pital.com.
SALEM LISTINGS
motto Industry,
Commerce, Recre-
ation shows, Salem
has more than great
shopping to offer its
28,000 residents. The
Field of Dreams is a
popular playground
located in a wooded
area near the town
offices. Hedgehog Park
has basketball and ten-
nis courts, horseshoe
pits, swimming and a
playground.
The town is also
home to Canobie Lake
Park, an amusement
park located on the
shore of Canobie Lake.
It was opened in 1902
by the Massachusetts
Northeast Street Rail-
way Company as a
destination to encour-
age travel on the compa-
nys trolleys. More than
100 years later, Canobie
Lake Park remains a
favorite destination for
families from through-
out the Merrimack Val-
ley and beyond.
SALEM
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Tanner Morgano,
9, lines up a shot
while playing
a game of pool
during school
vacation week at
the Boys & Girls
Club of Salem.
TIM JEAN/
Staff photo
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SANDOWNINCORPORATED 1756
Sandown was incorpo-
rated in 1756, and named
after a town on the Isle
of Wight, off the coast
of England. To this day,
these are the only two
Sandowns in the world.
One of the oldest struc-
tures in town is the San-
down Meeting House,
which was built in 1774
and is said to be one
New England architectural
history at its finest
JAN SEEGER/Staff photo
Competitors in a hotdog eating contest, Dustin Wheaton, 10, of Sandown, left, holds his stomach as Erik Kappler,
8, of Sandown, forges ahead on his way to being the winner of the event as community members gather for the
festivities of Sandowns Old Home Days at Sandown Central School.
Lucas Crowe, 5, of
Sandown, is given a
helping hand by his
father Chuck Crowe who
resets his sideways-
jumping frog in the
nals match of the
frog jumping contest
during the festivities
of Sandowns Old Home
Days at Sandown Central
School. Crowe goes on to
be the rst place winner
of the event.
JAN SEEGER/Staff photo
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of the nest examples of
church architecture of
this time period in New
England.
The Rockingham Recreational
Trail passes through Sandown.
Part of the New Hampshire
State Park System, the trail
allows visitors to hike, bike, ride
horses and use snowmobiles
and all terrain vehicles through
the woods and wetlands of
southern New Hampshire.
The trail passes through two
renovated historic depots, one
of which is located in Sandown.
The town is home to about
6,000 residents. Students in
Sandown attend the Tim-
berlane Regional School dis-
trict, which the town shares
with Plaistow, Atkinson and
Danville.
SANDOWN
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VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $67,581.
Population: 5,986.
Median home value: $228,800.
SCHOOLS
Sandown North School: 603-887-
8503, timberlane.net.
Sandown Central School: 603-887-
3648, timberlane.net.
Timberlane Regional Middle
School: 603-382-7131, timberlane.net.
Timberlane Regional High
School: 603-382-6541, timberlane.net.
Services
Police Department: 603-887-3887,
sandown.us. In case of emergency,
always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-887-4806,
sandown.us. In case of emergency,
always dial 911.
Town Hall: 603-887-3646 (select-
mens ofce), sandown.us.
LIBRARY
Sandown Public Library: 603-887-
3428, sandownlibrary.us.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-
1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-
668-3545, 1-800-437-9666, catholic-
medicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical
Center: 603-226-2200 (Concord),
603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-650-5000
(Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua),
dartmouth-hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300,
elliothospital.org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical
Center: 978-687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric
Center: 978-687-6355, steward.org.
Lahey Clinic Medical Center: 781-
744-5100, lahey.org.
Lahey Clinic North Shore: 978-
538-4000, lahey.org.
Lawrence General Hospital: 978-
683-4000, lawrencegeneral.org.
Lowell General Hospital: 978-937-
6000, lowellgeneral.org.
Merrimack Valley Hospital: 978-
374-2000, steward.org.
Parkland Medical Center: 603-
432-1500, parklandmedicalcenter.com.
Southern New Hampshire Medi-
cal Center: 603-577-2000, snhhs.org.
St. Joseph Hospital: 603-882-
3000, stjosephhospital.com.
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WINDHAM INCORPORATED 1742
For a quiet town,
Windham boasts a
big voice in Sully
Erna, vocalist and
songwriter for
the metal band
Godsmack.
In other interesting town
trivia, Windham, along
with neighboring Derry and
Londonderry, originally was
known as Nuteld because
of the large number of nut
trees that were found in the
area.
The town was home to
the Pawtucket Indians
before Scottish settlers
began homesteading in
1719. In 1742, the town was
incorporated.
Today, Windham is home
to about 13,500 residents.
It has its town schools sys-
tem, which serves more
than 1,600 students in four
schools. Windham also
has active youth sports
programs, as well as many
other extra-curriculars for
active residents.
Windham has a town
beach open to residents
and their guests located on
the shore of Cobbetts Pond.
The town also has access
to Canobie Lake for boat-
ing, but swimming is not
permitted in Canobie Lake
because it is Salems water
supply.
For those who like to keep
their legs on dry land, Wind-
ham offers Grifn Park, fea-
turing a playground, sports
elds and walking trails.
The Windham Rail Trail,
build on abandoned rail
lines, runs from Windham
to Derry, covering 4.1 miles
of paved walking and biking
trails.
A small town nurtures
a big voice
VITAL STATISTICS
Median income: $112,386.
Population: 13,592.
Median home value: $336,400.
SCHOOLS
Golden Brook School: 603-898-9586, wind-
hamsd.org.
Windham Center School: 603-432-7312, wind-
hamsd.org.
Windham Middle School: 603-893-2636, wind-
hamsd.org.
Windham High School: 603-537-2400, wind-
hamsd.org.
SERVICES
Police Department: 603-434-5577, windhampd.
com. In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Fire Department: 603-434-4907, windhamre.
org. In case of emergency, always dial 911.
Town Hall: 603-434-5075, windhamnewhamp-
shire.com.
LIBRARY
Nesmith Library: 603-432-7154, nesmithlibrary.
org.
AREA HOSPITALS
Anna Jaques Hospital: 978-463-1000, ajh.org.
Catholic Medical Center: 603-668-3545, 1-800-
437-9666, catholicmedicalcenter.org.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: 603-
226-2200 (Concord), 603-354-5400 (Keene), 603-
650-5000 (Lebanon), 603-695-2500 (Manchester/
Bedford), 603-577-4000 (Nashua), dartmouth-
hitchcock.org.
Elliot Hospital: 603-669-5300, elliothospital.
org.
Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center: 978-
687-0151, steward.org.
Holy Family Hospital Pediatric Center: 978-
687-6355, steward.org.
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sephhospital.com.
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