The state Department of Environmental Services issues fecal bacteria advisories for two local beaches yesterday _ one in Salem and one in Derry.
The beaches at Chase’s Grove on Island Pond in Derry and the Arlington Pond Improvement Association Beach in Salem are both under advisories.
Water are both beaches will be sampled again today, with new test results available tomorrow.
Many other local beaches tested well. Those include: Hillmark Association Beach on Rainbow Lake, Derry; Karen-Gena Beach on Rainbow Lake, Derry; Sanborn Shore Acres Beach on Big Island Pond, Hampstead; Sunset Lake Park Beach, Hampstead; Sunset Lake Town Beach on Wash Pond, Hampstead; Kingston Recreation Center Beach, Kingston; Kingston State Park Beach on Great Pond, Kingston; Country Pond Town Beach, Newton; Angle Pond Grove Beach, Sandown; and Seeley Park Beach on Phillips Pond, Sandown.
Cianci bound for Windham
WINDHAM — Controversial former Providence mayor Buddy Cianci is bound for Windham and an appearance before the town Republican Committee, Chairman Bruce Breton said yesterday.
Cianci — author, political commentator and former federal prison inmate — has agreed to speak at a Republican committee meeting, the date and location to be determined, Breton said.
Breton read Cianci’s book, “Politics and Pasta,” while recovering from an illness earlier this year and decided to invite him.
Breton said he has agreed to take Cianci to dinner in Salem.
“He wanted to dine at Tuscan Kitchen,” Breton said.
Cianci, credited with the economic revitalization of Providence during his 21 years in office, later was convicted on a federal racketeering charge.
He hosts a radio talkshow on WPRO, occasionally appears on Fox News shows and has not ruled out a political comeback in Providence.
Learn about local treasures
HAMPSTEAD— Hampstead Public Library welcomes scholar J. Dennis Robinson on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
He will give a talk on archaeological treasures found in New England particularly in the Isles of Shoals area.