The New Hampshire Department of Transportation rescheduled pavement repair work on Interstate 93 south, just south of Exit 2 in Salem.
The work is now planned for tonight, between 6 and 9.
Traffic will be restricted to one lane in the area. The work is weather dependent.
Uniformed officers and traffic control devices will be used to help drivers through the work zone.
Candidates needed for Salem committees
SALEM — Selectmen are seeking candidates to serve in several appointed positions.
Candidates are needed for: Conservation Commission, two members; Council on Aging, three members; and the Historic District Commission, one member. The terms expire in April 2016.
Two members are also needed for the Recreation Advisory Committee. One term expires in November 2013, the other in November 2015.
Applications and copies of bylaws may be picked up at Town Hall, 33 Geremonty Drive, or printed from the town website, townofsalem.org. Applications must be submitted to the town manager’s office by 5 p.m. on March 20.
Interviews with the Board of Selectmen are tentatively scheduled for March 25 at 6 p.m.
Legacy of Leading event April 4
The agencies of Home Health Foundation will honor state Rep. Brian Dempsey and Rosanne DiStefano, executive director of Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley, at the annual Legacy of Leading event April 4 at 5:30 p.m. at the Andover Country Club.
The event includes dinner and jazz entertainment by The George Farrell Group. Each year, the Legacy of Leading pays tribute to those in the community who show great support of the health and well-being of Greater Merrimack Valley communities, as well as a commitment to the mission of the agencies of Home Health Foundation.
Tickets are a $125 donation per person, with proceeds directed to Home Health Foundation. For tickets, more information and sponsorship opportunities, contact Lauren Galimi at 978-552-4927. Space is limited, so please reserve your tickets by March 27.