In This Weekend's Sunday News
January 31. 2013 8:56PM
As her son Drew battled against a rare disease, Jennifer D'Auteuil struggled to live each day with the fear that her youngest boy might be taken from her at any moment. But now that her son is stable, D'Auteuil is sharing her family's story with others to inspire hope that miracles can happen. Drew, 14, an eighth-grader at Amherst Middle School, fell ill in July 2009 with aplastic anemia, an extremely rare disease that prevented his body from producing red and white blood cells and platelets, and opened him up to infection, uncontrollable bleeding and other life-threatening conditions.
NH author tells tales of healing
Cady Elizabeth Arnold has combined her love of writing with her passion as a social worker to bring readers a story of healing and love in a fantasy world. Her book has won her notice from the New England Book Festival.
Leader Q&A: Dyn's Jeremy Hitcock
From humble origins 13 years ago as Dynamic Network Services, Dyn Inc., has become synonymous with Internet innovation and the evolution of Manchester as a high-tech hub. CEO and President Jeremy Hitchcock has been there from the beginning. He and Dyn co-founder Tom Daly were name New Hampshire High Tech Council Entrepreneurs of the Year for 2012. The company's client list includes Amazon, Twitter, Netflix, Pandora, Zappos, CNBC and Photobucket, among many others. In the past year, Dyn took on its first outside investment, created a new board of directors, made several high-level hires, expanded its international offices and set the stage for doubling the space it occupies on Dow Street in the Manchester Millyard.
What do Middleton, Rollinsford, Derry, Salem, Goffstown, Litchfield and Milford have in common? They are all among the many communities that will hold deliberative sessions this Saturday. Watch for our comprehensive coverage.