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Temporary special assistant appointed for Ledge Street

Local News

NASHUA – The Nashua School District has appointed a temporary special assistant to the superintendent to help with the operation of Ledge Street School while the district sorts out unresolved legal matters with the school’s former principals. Bruce Geer, a former principal of Mount ...

Mixed thoughts on Amherst Street halfway house

Local News

NASHUA – News of the Nashua Zoning Board of Adjustment granting a variance to a project that would turn an Amherst Street property into a recovery center was met with cautious optimism in the commercial neighborhood. TMAC Realty Trust, owner of the office building at 230 Amherst St., has put ...

Dusty Old Cars case heading to trial

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CONCORD – Dusty Old Cars owner Stephan Condodemetraky has been offered a plea deal in the fraud and forgery case tied to his former Nashua business, but the case is instead headed for trial. Documents filed in the Merrimack Superior Court in Concord show the New Hampshire Attorney General’s ...

Health care companies discuss proposed partnership at UNH Manchester

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MANCHESTER – The seats were filled at the University of New Hampshire’s Manchester campus Wednesday when Southern New Hampshire Health and the Elliot Health System hosted a public listening session about their proposed partnership. The two companies’ CEOs and chief medical officers hosted ...

Wheels & Wings returns to Nashua Airport

Local News

NASHUA – Nashua Airport at Boire Field will again host its annual Wheels & Wings event for children on Saturday, Aug. 5. The free, four-hour event, running from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., gives families the opportunity to learn about emergency, public service, delivery, utility and other vehicles. ...

Rivier University lands $650K grant

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NASHUA – Rivier University has secured a grant worth $650,000 from the National Science Foundation to fund a pilot program for science students heading to Canada for a weeklong field study project. The ARGYLES program (Attract, Retain and Graduate Young LifE Scientists) will benefit a myriad ...

Board approves zoning variance for Amherst St. halfway house

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NASHUA – The Zoning Board of Adjustment has granted a variance to the owners of a property at 230 Amherst St. that will allow them to use the space as a halfway house. The building, near Exit 7 of the F.E. Everett Turnpike, will become Recovery Mountain, the second facility opened by United ...

Product vs. process:Focusing on strategy rather than outcome is unwise

Business

I have said it several times and written it in dozens of places, including books, columns, radio scripts (such as they are) and workshops: A good financial plan must be both financially and emotionally sound. I can create the most financially secure plan the world has ever seen, but unless it ...

$5K grant boosts Harbor Homes’ dental care programs

Community News

NASHUA – Harbor Homes recently received a $5,000 grant award from the Northeast Delta Dental Foundation to fund the Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center Dental Clinic and the new Harbor Homes Mobile Dental and Health Clinic. The Northeast Delta Dental Foundation is a valued, enduring ...

$5K grant boosts Harbor Homes’ dental care programs

Community News

NASHUA – Harbor Homes recently received a $5,000 grant award from the Northeast Delta Dental Foundation to fund the Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center Dental Clinic and the new Harbor Homes Mobile Dental and Health Clinic. The Northeast Delta Dental Foundation is a valued, enduring ...

New Nashua Title I director chosen

Local News

NASHUA – The Board of Education has chosen Cynthia Proulx as the School District’s new director of Title I services. Proulx, whose starting salary will be $83,000, will take over for Cherrie Fulton, who has taken a position as principal at Dr. Norman W. Crisp School. “I think it is a ...

SNHH, Elliot to host listening sessions about proposed partnership

Local News

MANCHESTER – Southern New Hampshire Health and the Elliot Health System will hold the first of two public listening sessions on Wednesday regarding a proposed partnership between the the two health care companies. The first session will be held at 6 p.m. at the University of New Hampshire at ...

Latino snacks, sounds at St. Aloysius Church

Local News

NASHUA – The sights, smells and sounds of Latino culture will fill the streets during the first weekend in August. The Latino-American Festival, hosted by St. Aloysius of Gonzaga Church, will run from noon-6 p.m. Aug. 6. It will features musician and food vendors from multiple Central and ...

Board in favor of relocating SAU office

Local News

NASHUA – The Board of Education voted unanimously on Monday to explore the option of moving its administrative offices to 141 Burke St., the site where the city is proposing to relocate its Division of Public Works. The city is proposing spending a little more than $48 million to renovate ...

Nashua to receive $1.3M from state

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Nashua is expected to receive more than $1.3 million for road and bridge improvements after Gov. Chris Sununu on Monday announced the return of $30 million to New Hampshire cities and towns for infrastructure-related projects. The governor signed Senate Bill 38 into effect, appropriating the ...

Teens’ tattoos lead to sex assault charges

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NASHUA – A Nashua man was held Monday on $10,000 cash bail after police said he tattooed two teenage girls and allegedly sexually assaulted one of them. Martin De Los Santos, 41, of 28 Railroad Square, is charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, one misdemeanor and one ...

Care, packaged: Group assembling items for troops seeks support

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The latest relief mission for soldiers away from home is underway in Nashua, and organizers are looking for help to achieve that mission. Operation Care for Troops has an August packing event scheduled at Nashua’s National Guard Armory, and the group could use a few extra hands organizing and ...