---- — DERRY— A dog was pulled out of the water by a firefighter after it fell through the ice yesterday. The dog ran away from 4 Eastview Road and into a marshy area behind the home.
“We’re always ready to go in after animals,” Derry Battallion Chief Mike Gagnon said. ““It’s better we do it than people go in themselves.”
Gagnon said firefighter Chris Beldin went into the water with a rescue line and was able to save the dog in just five minutes.
“It was quick and efficient,” Gagnon said.
The dog’s owner declined comment when reached at his home yesterday.
‘Spring into Fashion’ at the mall
SALEM — The Mall at Rockingham Park is calling all fashionistas to “Spring into Fashion” from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and celebrate the one year opening of Lord & Taylor with the hottest trends this season.
This event will include seasonal styling in two runway fashion shows featuring men’s and women’s fashions and Style Stations, offering makeovers and beauty treatments, tips on how to accessorize to make a statement.
The first 200 guests will enjoy free gift bags. Prizes will include a $100 Clarks gift card, purse from Francesca’s Collections, a gift set from Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics and more.
The event is free. It will be held in the Lord & Taylor Court – Level 1. Call 894-4411, visit themallatrockinghampark.com or facebook.com/TheMallAtRockinghamPark.
‘Secret Life of Bees’ open to all
ATKINSON — The Atkinson Garden Club invites anyone to “Secret Life of Bees” tomorrow at Kimball Library, 5 Academy Ave.
Bow apiarist Barbara Lawler apiarist, will be the featured presenter at the club’s Spring Open Meeting. She is vice president of the Capital Area Beekeepers Association,and teaches beekeeping at Bee School sessions throughout the state.
Learn all about bees and honey at this free presentation. Refreshments will be served at 6 p.m.; the program starts at 6:30 p.m.
Contact club president Kay Galloway at 362-6424.
Kingston seeks Heritage Commission members
KINGSTON — Selectmen are looking for residents to serve on the town’s new Heritage Commission.
Letters of interest can be sent to selectmen until April 19.
Letter can be mailed to the board at P. O. Box 716, Kingston, 03848 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration open for townwide yard sale
PLAISTOW — The Parks and Recreation Department will host the Town Wide Yard Sale on Saturday, April 20, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Registration will take place until April 10 by mail or dropped off in the Selectmen’s Office at Town Hall. No phone registrations will be accepted. A registration fee of $20 payable to the Town of Plaistow must accompany the registration form.
Proceeds from the registration fee will help enhance recreational programming. Visit plaistow.com or Town Hall during regular business hours. Call Recreation at 382-5200, Ext. 18.