SALEM — The winter parking ban goes into in effect tomorrow and continues through April 15, from midnight to 6 a.m.
On-street parking is prohibited during these time frames. Additionally, on-street parking is prohibited at any time during a declared snow emergency. A snow emergency is defined as 3 inches or more of snow accumulation.
The Salem Police Department, in conjunction with the Department of Public Works, asks residents to follow these parking restrictions during this upcoming winter season.
Informational fliers will be placed on vehicles parked on the streets tomorrow through next week.
From Nov. 23 through Dec. 1, police will issue warnings. Beginning Dec. 1, parking citations will be issued to all vehicles in violation of the winter parking ban.
Foundation seeks used clothing donations
DERRY — The Big Brother Big Sister Foundation is in need of the public’s support through donations of lightly used clothing and small household items.
They ask people to consider donating lightly worn clothing to the foundation.
Foundation workers will be collecting donations door to door in Derry on Monday. To schedule a free curbside pickup, call 1-800-483-5503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations are tax deductible.
The organization also offers special pickups for electronics recycling and car donations; call or visit bbbsfoundation.org for details.
Craft, book fairs
coming to library
PLAISTOW — Plaistow Public Library’s annual vendor fair will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Companies like Tupperware, Pampered Chef, Avon, Lia Sophia and Flags on the Go will have stations at the event to sell their wares.
Volunteers are needed to help that day, as well as to join the Friends of the Library at Plaistow.
On the same day, the library’s annual Scholastic Book Fair will begin. The book fair will continue on Nov. 19-21.
Christmas Village Fair scheduled for Saturday