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Bangor Daily News
John Bapst standouts among 15 Husson men’s soccer recruitsHicksville, New York; Ahmed Abdeaziz, a native of Cairo, Egypt, who played the
Bangor Daily News / Posted 11 hours ago
Hicksville, New York; Ahmed Abdeaziz, a native of Cairo, Egypt, who played the last two years at Daniel Webster College in Nashua, New Hampshire; Jomei Bean-Lindo, a former Bermuda national team member and a four-year varsity player at Wilbraham... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Opioid lawsuit correct courseAug 16, 2017 The Nashua Finance Committee tonight will discuss a resolution th
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 20 hours ago
Aug 16, 2017 The Nashua Finance Committee tonight will discuss a resolution that would have the city’s counsel services continue to explore the possibility of taking on the manufacturers of opioid medications in a courtroom. Sign up to... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Nashua leaders taking a standAug 16, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 22 hours ago
Aug 16, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup A woman holds two candles aloft while listening to Jenn Morton, the Nashua resident who organized Sunday's Greeley Park vigil in support of people affected... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Suspended sentence in Nashua school custodian firearm caseAug 16, 2017 Dean ShalhoupStaff Writerdshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com Nashua po
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 22 hours ago
Aug 16, 2017 Dean ShalhoupStaff Writerdshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com Nashua police photo Czar Hardiman, 25, of 13 Winchester St., Nashua NASHUA – The Nashua school custodian charged last year with felony criminal threatening for waving a firearm at... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Deportation order looms for business owner, fatherAug 16, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 22 hours ago
Aug 16, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by Don Himsel Luciana Rocha says she does not know what she and her family will do if her husband Wellington is sent back to his native country of Brazil. NASHUA – Rocha... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
The Telegraph names new editorMatthew Burdette brings his 25-plus years of experience in newspapers to Nashua
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 22 hours ago
Matthew Burdette brings his 25-plus years of experience in newspapers to NashuaLocal News Aug 16, 2017 Telegraph Staffnews@nashuatelegraph.com Telegraph photo Matthew Burdette is taking over this week as the... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Competency hearing set for former Litchfield principal charged with theftAug 16, 2017 Dean ShalhoupStaff Writerdshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com Shannon D
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 22 hours ago
Aug 16, 2017 Dean ShalhoupStaff Writerdshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com Shannon Dannible, 41, of Amesbury, Mass., former principal of St. Francis Assisi School in Litchfield NASHUA – Whether counseling and other rehabilitative therapies have succeeded... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Wheels & Wings rescheduledAug 15, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph Patrons of last year
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Aug 15, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph Patrons of last year’s Wheels and Wings event climb inside a construction vehicle. File Photo NASHUA – After being cancelled due to extreme weather conditions, the 10th annual Wheels & Wings... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Merrimack man rescued from treeAug 15, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph Photo courtesy of Na
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Aug 15, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph Photo courtesy of Nashua Fire Rescue Crews with Nashua Fire Rescue aid emergency responders in Dunstable, Mass., on Sunday evening after a skydiver was reportedly stuck in a tree for several... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Open House: DOT to meet in Bedford to discuss Route 101 projectAug 15, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Aug 15, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by Don Himsel Route 101 in Bedford will be widened from Route 114 to Wallace Road. BEDFORD – An open house is scheduled for Wednesday to connect the public with the... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Two crashes, two DUI arrests over the weekendurge drivers to avoid getting behind the wheel while impairedCrime Aug 15, 201
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted yesterday
urge drivers to avoid getting behind the wheel while impairedCrime Aug 15, 2017 Dean ShalhoupStaff Writerdshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com Photo by Pelham Police The heavily damaged Chevy Camaro involved in an early-morning crash in Pelham... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Why the post office can’t adaptBond may have driven an Aston Martin, but one wonders how the high-end sports c
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Bond may have driven an Aston Martin, but one wonders how the high-end sports car fit into ...Mayor conductor of train to Nashua Then soon-to-be Gov. Chris Sununu received a toy train set as a gag from his Democratic opponent Colin Van Ostern... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Weather, drought has affect on turkey populationAug 14, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Aug 14, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by Don Himsel Turkeys strut through a suburban yard in Hudson Tuesday morning. An increase in New Hampshire’s wild turkey population last year led to more being nabbed by... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Rivier’s promise plan gains momentumAug 14, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staf photo by
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Aug 14, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staf photo by Don Himsel Patricia Antonelli directs Rivier University's career services. She is working to bring in businesses to partner with the school's ALPS program. NASHUA – There... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
College has hefty price tagAug 14, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph NASHUA – A year ago,
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Aug 14, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph NASHUA – A year ago, the state began to come to terms with a hard reality: most of its college students are graduating with an exorbitant amount of debt. July 2017 was a mostly boring month... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Greater Nashuans unite, denounce White nationalists, KKK at Sunday vigilwho attended Sunday's Greeley Park vigil in support of those affected by the we
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
who attended Sunday's Greeley Park vigil in support of those affected by the weekend violence in Charlottesville, Va. NASHUA – Offended, outraged, and eventually numbed Saturday by the constant barrage of news reports showing a rally of white... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
N.Y. Mets call up Nashua’s Kevin McGowanAug 13, 2017 George ScioneStaff Writergscione@nashuatelegraph.com File photo
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Aug 13, 2017 George ScioneStaff Writergscione@nashuatelegraph.com File photo courtesy of the New York Mets New York Mets pitcher Kevin McGowan, of Nashua, delivers a pitch during spring training action against the Houston Astros on March 3 at First... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Voter organization makes push for election awarenessLeague of Women Voters of Greater Nashua want residents at the polls in Novembe
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
League of Women Voters of Greater Nashua want residents at the polls in NovemberLocal News Aug 13, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph.com NASHUA – A voter education and advocacy... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Nashua may go after Big PharmaAug 13, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com NASHUA – Th
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Aug 13, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com NASHUA – The city’s legal team is investigating the possibility of taking the makers of opioid medications to court in an effort to recoup money Nashua has spent battling the... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Greater Nashua prepares for solar eclipseAug 13, 2017 Adam UrquhartStaff Writeraurquhart@nashuatelegraph.com MERRIMACK
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Aug 13, 2017 Adam UrquhartStaff Writeraurquhart@nashuatelegraph.com MERRIMACK – Many across New Hampshire are preparing for what’s being referred to as the Great American Eclipse. NASHUA – A voter education and advocacy organization is making a... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
The best birthday giftAug 13, 2017 Adam UrquhartStaff Writeraurquhart@nashuatelegraph.com Adam Urqu
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Aug 13, 2017 Adam UrquhartStaff Writeraurquhart@nashuatelegraph.com Adam Urquhart A contributing photo of Audra Hamelin. NASHUA – Some children collect dolls or action figures, others amass baseball cards or stuffed animals. But one New Hampshire... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Another week of elevated E. coli bacteria at swim areasof rain events has negative effect on water quality locallyLocal News Aug 13,
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
of rain events has negative effect on water quality locallyLocal News Aug 13, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Another series of rain events had negative effects on the water quality of two area rivers that are... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Rivier begins $2M renovationsAug 13, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Aug 13, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by Don Himsel Pipes and earth moving equipment near Sylvia Trottier Hall on the Rivier campus. NASHUA – Temporary fencing is up and excavators are moving earth near the... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Doll Bazaar: Local vendor joins in to help Humane Societyat 9:30 a.m. today and runs through a sky watch at 8 p.m. The ...Majority of Am
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
at 9:30 a.m. today and runs through a sky watch at 8 p.m. The ...Majority of Amherst Street roadwork completeBOE hears solar pitch NASHUA – A solar company made its pitch this week for the Nashua School District to install solar panels on roof... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Influence greater in local electionsBond may have driven an Aston Martin, but one wonders how the high-end sports c
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Bond may have driven an Aston Martin, but one wonders how the high-end sports car fit into ...Mayor conductor of train to Nashua Then soon-to-be Gov. Chris Sununu received a toy train set as a gag from his Democratic opponent Colin Van Ostern... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Lyndeborough hosting annual Community Daya sky watch at 8 p.m. The event will have something for everyone, including a h
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
a sky watch at 8 p.m. The event will have something for everyone, including a hike to Cold Brook and Senter’s Falls. NASHUA – A solar company made its pitch this week for the Nashua School District to install solar panels on roofs ...Police... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Police bust 13 in latest drug sweepKing second row: Lamphier, Larose, Marchant, Mercado third row: Muldoon, Nicker
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
King second row: Lamphier, Larose, Marchant, Mercado third row: Muldoon, Nickerson, Poulin, Smokler fourth row: Yoksh NASHUA – City police on Friday announced 13 individuals, including nine from Nashua, were arrested following a combined drug... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Majority of Amherst Street roadwork completeAug 12, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Aug 12, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by Don Himsel New signage directs traffic in and out of intersections created near Charron Avenue and two shopping plazas on Amherst Street in Nashua near exit 7 of the F.E.... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
BOE hears solar pitchAug 12, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph.com NASHUA – A solar
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Aug 12, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph.com NASHUA – A solar company made its pitch this week for the Nashua School District to install solar panels on roofs of multiple buildings. HUDSON – The name of the game was speed Thursday... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Budget lawsuit waits for rulingAug 12, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Aug 12, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by DAMIEN FISHER Fred Teeboom checks notes while Seth Hipple argues against Nashua’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit over the spending cap. Corporation Counsel Steve Bolton... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Mayor conductor of train to Nashuareceived a toy train set as a gag from his Democratic opponent Colin Van Ostern
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
received a toy train set as a gag from his Democratic opponent Colin Van Ostern during the 2016 Wild Irish Breakfast in Nashua. Leaders of most countries would buckle under the weight of economic sanctions such as those the United Nations is... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Board to mull dogs at outdoor eateriesAug 11, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph Staff photo by Derek
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Aug 11, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph Staff photo by Derek Edry John and Cathy Dumas, of Litchfield, enjoy a meal on Main Street during their 38th anniversary on Aug. 10. The Board of Health is considering a zoning variance that... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Former city volunteer to plead guiltyAug 11, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Photo court
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Aug 11, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Photo courtesy of NASHUA POLICE DEPARTMENT Dana Michelle Lawrence, 43, of 17.5 Jefferson St., Nashua. CONCORD – The former Nashua volunteer grant writer accused of Social Security... Read more
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Ogle County News
Petunia City Brass benefit held in OregonGuardians, Buena Park, California, 7th Regiment, New London, Connecticut; Music
Ogle County News / Posted 6 days ago
Guardians, Buena Park, California, 7th Regiment, New London, Connecticut; Music City, Nashville, Tennessee; and Spartans, Nashua, New Hampshire. Also performing as an exhibition, was the Kreider Services’ own Petunia City Stix. Beth Nelson... Read more
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Lowell Sun
From Lowell to Lawrence and back, congresswoman made an impactcongressional districts were redrawn after the 2010 Census. Elizabeth Ainsley C
Lowell Sun / Posted 6 days ago
congressional districts were redrawn after the 2010 Census. Elizabeth Ainsley Campbell, executive director of Groton's Nashua River Watershed Association commended Tsongas for her ability to gain bipartisan support for environmental protection... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Option money approved for performing arts centerAug 10, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Aug 10, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by Don Himsel Property at 141 and 143 Burke Street, Nashua. NASHUA – The city is progressing with its plans for a downtown performing arts center, as the Board of... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Backup plan needed for sanctions to North KoreaHampshire, some of our neighbors need a little more than a blanket to warm up i
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Hampshire, some of our neighbors need a little more than a blanket to warm up in the winter. There ...A great ‘Night Out’ for Nashua Nearly 40 million Americans each year participate in the National Night Out, a family friendly event to promot... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Back-to-school backpacks being filled at Nashua’s Soup Kitchen and ShelterAug 10, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Aug 10, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by Don Himsel Glen Moran and Laurie Sweet were part of the Eversource crew at work in Nashua Wednesday. For 25 years, the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter has served as home... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Nashua health board sour on raw milk salesAug 10, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph.com Telegraph Staff
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Aug 10, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph.com Telegraph Staff File Photo Residents check out produce at the Nashua Farmers Market. NASHUA – The city’s Board of Health is hesitant to allow vendors to sell raw milk at the Nashua... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
New rail committee proposedAug 10, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com NASHUA – Th
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Aug 10, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com NASHUA – The Board of Aldermen this week heard a proposal to establish a new committee to explore bringing the commuter rail to Nashua. Sign up to continue Interested in riding a... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
It will take a village to end opioid crisisAug 10, 2017 Lisa VasquezSubstance misuse prevention coordinator with the Grea
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Aug 10, 2017 Lisa VasquezSubstance misuse prevention coordinator with the Greater Nashua Public Health Network I have gone to multiple community forums where the discussion is about “The opioid crisis.” And at these forums, I always hear the same... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Hudson selectmen accept bid for fire stationAug 10, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph Courtesy photo Struc
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Aug 10, 2017 Derek EdryStaff Writerdedry@nashuatelegraph Courtesy photo Structure Tone's engineering sketch for Hudson's new fire station to be located at 204 Lowell Rd. HUDSON – The Board of Selectmen has accepted a bid for the construction of a... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
New mobile app for city servicesAug 10, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Telegraph p
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Aug 10, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com Telegraph photo The new Go Nashua mobile app is available for iPhone and Android devices. This is the official city app for community news, bid postings, a calendar listing of... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Woman hurt in Bremer County collision with semi truckA Nashua woman was hurt in a collision with a semi truck in Bremer County today
KWWL Iowa / Posted 7 days ago
A Nashua woman was hurt in a collision with a semi truck in Bremer County today. The Iowa State Patrol says 41-year-old Jennifer Snitker was driving northbound on Highway 218 near Waverly when the semi truck entered her lane and hit the back of her... Read more
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Lowell Sun
From Lowell to Lawrence and back, Tsongas made an impactcongressional districts were redrawn after the 2010 Census. Elizabeth Ainsley C
Lowell Sun / Posted 7 days ago
congressional districts were redrawn after the 2010 Census. Elizabeth Ainsley Campbell, executive director of Groton's Nashua River Watershed Association commended Tsongas for her ability to gain bipartisan support for environmental protection... Read more
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The Hill
Mr. President: Learn from New Hampshire as it battles the opioid epidemica premium on helping people get into treatment and recovery programs. It’s maki
The Hill / Posted 7 days ago
a premium on helping people get into treatment and recovery programs. It’s making a real difference. In Manchester and Nashua, Safe Stations programs are getting people in crisis the support they need to access treatment and get well. New... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Hospitals seeking public’s inputAug 9, 2017 Adam UrquhartStaff Writeraurquhart@nashuatelegraph.com File photo
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Aug 9, 2017 Adam UrquhartStaff Writeraurquhart@nashuatelegraph.com File photo Southern New Hamphire Health, which will host listening sessions in Manchester and Nashua, on July 26 and August 9 repectively, about its proposed partnership with The... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
N.H. Lottery Commission pitches KenoAug 9, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com File photo b
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Aug 9, 2017 Damien FisherStaff Writerdfisher@nashuatelegraph.com File photo by The Associated Press In 2012, Keno sales in Ohio were ahead of the previous year's pace, with $92.6 million wagered through June 2. NASHUA – Keno gaming in Nashua could... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Acid spill at UPS sends six to hospitalAug 9, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Aug 9, 2017 Don HimselStaff Writerdhimsel@nashuatelegraph.com Staff photo by Don Himsel Firefighters load a basket stretcher into a laddder truck at UPS in Nashua Tuesday morning. NASHUA – A nitric acid spill at a United Parcel Service... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Reassessing our rogue state planssome of our neighbors need a little more than a blanket to warm up in the winte
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
some of our neighbors need a little more than a blanket to warm up in the winter. There ...A great ‘Night Out’ for Nashua Nearly 40 million Americans each year participate in the National Night Out, a family friendly event to promote... Read more
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