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*** Announcements ***


Raymond - Cost of Pay-As-You-Throw bags are increasing on July 1st. The large bag cost is increasing to $2.35 per bag and the small bag cost is increasing to $1.80 per bag.

Raymond - Water Ban has been lifted as of April 28. Please continue to conserve water as the deep aquifers have not fully recovered. Should drought conditions return a new water ban may be activated.

Register now for the Candia Town Wide Yard Sale coming June 3rd.


*** Event Highlights ***


The Weekend:

Disc Dogathon World Qualifier and Skyhounds Classic - Deerfield

Next Week:

Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony - Raymond

Memorial Day Parade - Kingston

Coming:

Candia Town Wide Yard Sale - Candia

Annual June Jubilee - Chester

The Rockingham Herb Society Annual Plant Sale - Chester

Free Fishing Day in New Hampshire - Statewide

The Raymond Democrats Meeting - Raymond

FREE First Time Homebuyer’s Workshop - Plaistow

15th Annual RHS Alumni Association Golf Outing - Candia

Spring Motorcycle Ride to Benefit Hero Pups - Raymond

Summer Concert Series on the Common - Raymond

4th of July Parade & Celebration - Raymond


*** OPINIONS ***


Editorial - Get Your Facts Straight


Editorial - Is Raymond Corrupt? Don’t Listen to Rumors.


*** NEWS ***


Raymond Selectmen: Town Plans to Produce Monthly Newsletter, Onway Lake Road Completion Expected by end of July


Raymond School Board Hears of Changes to Firearms Regulations


Raymond Pay As You Throw Bag Cost to Rise July 1st, A Tax Abatement and Status of Well #4


Fire Chief Kevin Pratt's Retirement Celebration on May 6


Raymond’s Shared Resources Committee Hears Suggestions for Survey


Library Friends Honor Long-Time Program Coordinator Louise Pryor


Dudley-Tucker Library Programs for May and June


Raymond Selectmen: Public Hearing Planned on Trash Costs


LRES 2nd Grade Letters from the Heart to Raymond Residents


Raymond Board of Selectmen Hear About Police Detail Fund


Katie Masso-Glidden of Raymond Competes for Miss New Hampshire Title


Raymond Planning Board Hears Application for 172-unit Townhouses on Route 102


Raymond Shared Resource Committee Considers Survey


Chester Library Seeks to Form Foundation to Renovate Building


Dartmouth Senior Helen Thomas Mentoring Students at Raymond High


‘Raymond Rapid Response Team’ to Promote Business Development


Raymond’s Long-Time Fire Chief Kevin Pratt Retires May 1


Raymond Police Look Forward to Working with New Community Group


How to Feed the Wild Birds, not the Bears or Squirrels


Russian Egg Painting Presentation and Workshop By Marina Forbes


Raymond Selectmen, School Board to Work Together on Prioritizing Town Needs


Raymond Recreation Programs for April and May


Board of Selectmen Meetings 3-20-17 and 3-27-17


Local Woman Takes Helm at Raymond’s Dudley-Tucker Library


Ray-Fre Senior Center News for March 2017


Anna Harmon Placed 5th at New England Indoor Track & Field Championships


RCTV Brings You The Information


Children’s Museum Programs and Summer Camp Signups


Chester Teen Ryan Neal’s Maple Syrup Production in Full Swing


Linda Hoelzel Retires from Dudley-Tucker Library


Ace of Hearts Lasted 54 weeks at American Legion Post 90 in Raymond


Raymond’s Unpaid Taxes and Hides


Raymond Town Offices Candidates Respond to Residents’ Questions


Raymond School Board Candidates Night Shows Race Uncontested


Raymond School Superintendent Ellen Small to Retire June 30


Fremont Glass and Garage Door Celebrates 20-Year Anniversary


Raymond Voter Information Guide in Mailboxes on March 3


Raymond Town Deliberative Session Sends Almost All Articles Unchanged


$9,425,000 to Upgrade the Lamprey River Elementary School in Raymond


Jordan, Novik, Desrosiers and McMahon Speak at Raymond Area Rotary Leadership Conference


Dr. Tina McCoy Selected for Superintendent of Raymond School District, SAU 33


 Anna Harmon Runs in NHIAA Division 2 State Meet   


 Raymond High School Track Results from 1-29-17


Community Action Fuel Assistance Program Increases Income Guidelines


Three Finalists for Raymond Superintendent of Schools


New 1500-meter School Record Set by Anna Harmon


Register Now for Challenge and Fun at Wason Pond Pounder


Chester Police Benevolent Association Hosts Night of Comedy and Dancing


Raymond Coalition for Youth Hosts 12th Annual Project Safeguard


                  

 

Children's book "Chick and Dee-Dee's Lamprey River Adventure"


Update On Raymond's Onway Lake Road Culvert Replacement Project


RHS Indoor Track Team Sets 7 Personal Records plus a School Record at USM


Nottingham Recreation Programs for January


Join the Friends of the Library to Help the Hampstead Library


Raymond HS Girls and Boys Winter Track Results for 1/7/17 and 1/11/17


Raymond HS Indoor Track Team Competed Again At UNH In Durham


Raymond HS Winter Track School Record Broken in First Meet of the Season


Rock Your Body Fitness Center Tries for World Record


New Owner at Cornerstone Physical Therapy Associates


Local Residents Found School District Governance Association of New Hampshire


  

 

American Legion, VFW Donate $2,100 to New Life Church Food Pantry

 


                  

Lamprey River Eco-Center Trail Opening For Visitors

                  


Christmas in the Village Was a Bustle this Holiday Season


Gove Middle School Boys A Basketball Wins Season Opener


Candia's Lights on the Hill Keeps Spirit of Country Christmas


Raymond Selectmen Consider 20-Year Bond for New Police Station


Christmas in the Village a Hallmark of the Holiday Season


School District Seeks $9,425,000 Bond for Elementary School Upgrade


5K Race in Deerfield Raises Money for Help to Those in Need


UNH Professor Emphasizes Urgency of Addressing Climate Change at Lamprey River Speech


Raymond voters elected Kathleen Hoelzel, Carolyn Matthews and Micheal Costable Jr. as State Reps. For a complete list by District click HERE


RHS Graduate, Charlie DeBenedetto, Embraces Global Mindedness with Fulbright Scholarship to Taiwan


Help Homeless Veterans for the Holidays


                  

RCFY summit

Jeanine Wilt on Chloe and Jane Person on Cad
         saddled up for a ride down the Rockingham Rail Trail.


                  

RCFY summit

4th Annual Raymond Coalition for Youth
       Prevention Summit A Celebration of Success

 


New Spaulding and Frost Cafe Offers Food and Networking Space


                  

Tova Training Center Offers Variety of Classes for Canines

 


New Homes For Heroes® Program Comes to Raymond Area Towns


Major Residential Development Proposed for Raymond


New Raymond Town Office Phone Numbers in Effect As of Sept 7


REDC Appoints New Board Director Dianne Connolly


New Police Building Sought in Raymond


                  

Hannaford Adds to Powerball Commission With $100,000
                        Donation to Raymond Area Groups

                     


Robinson Hill Road Gives Access to Conservation Land For Public Use


                  

          
     
 

Injured Red Tail Hawk
   Recovered and Released

          
     
 

           
                   
          
          
                     
                                         
                     
                     
                     
                     
                     
                     


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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