DERRY — Police said a bullet found yesterday morning at West Running Brook Middle School was believed to have been brought to school by a student.
A school staff member found the bullet in a hallway shortly before 8 a.m., according to Derry police Capt. Vern Thomas.
“It appears it was brought in by a juvenile and dropped,” Thomas said.
He said there was no need to lock down the school once the bullet was recovered. He declined to comment further on the student or the bullet.
Superintendent Laura Nelson said parents were notified of the incident by phone and told there was no threat to student safety. No students were in the hallway when the bullet was found, she said.
Several students were interviewed, but no one admitted bringing the bullet to school, Nelson said.
Program is all about Robert Frost
DERRY — Town historian Rick Holmes, with the assistance of award-winning poet Robert Crawford, will present a program on Robert Frost Monday at Derry Public Library.
Holmes and Crawford will present the never before published and yet intriguing story of what led to the path chosen by Frost that made him into the man we know today.
The event starts at 6:30 p.m.
There is a Frost-themed art show on exhibit on the library’s main floor. Artists Corinne Dodge, Judy Krassowski, and Inge Seaboyer have taken inspiration from Frost poems to create artwork.
This program is free. No registration is required. For more information, call 432-6140.
Salem company at Singapore Airshow
SALEM — Corfin Industries of Salem is among six New Hampshire companies at the Singapore Airshow.
Singapore is New Hampshire’s 15th largest trading partner.
Participation by Corfin and the other companies solidifies the state’s reputation as a large, growing hub for the world’s aerospace and defense sectors, officials said.