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One dead in ‘domestic-type’ situation

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NASHUA – One man is dead following an hours-long standoff police in what officials are describing as a possible domestic situation. The Nashua Police Department responded to a call to 5 Beard St. Friday morning that a man had entered a woman’s apartment with a firearm, said Dennis Linehan, ...

Jurors adjourn in assault case

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CONCORD – Jurors went late into Friday deliberating on whether or not the Hollis school district is liable for the actions of a special education aide who was caught on video assaulting an autistic child. The trial in U.S. District Court in Concord was brought by a complaint from Ginger and ...

Active shooter situation continues near Auburn Street

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Nashua Police have issued a Code Red, and suggested residents “shelter in place,” near Auburn and Fletcher streets as an active shooter situation continues to unfold. Early indications are that a person or persons are barricaded in an apartment near Auburn and Fletcher, just off Amherst ...

Family tradition turns into personal mission

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NASHUA – What started off as a family tradition around the table at Thanksgiving has now turned into an attempt to send 5,000 holiday greeting cards to U.S. Navy sailors. Laura Landerman-Garber, of Hollis, and her family have come together at Thanksgiving to write holiday greeting cards to ...

Investigation yields arrest of Nashua Hello Direct employee

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NASHUA – Police say an investigation initiated nearly three months ago after officials of a local business discovered “suspicious activity” regarding their inventory has led to the arrest of a former employee. Uniformed officers on Wednesday took into custody Gary O’Brien, 57, of 9 ...

One dead after standoff

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One man is dead following an hours-long standoff with police in what officials are calling a domestic situation. Nashua Police were called to a residence near Auburn and Fletcher streets off Amherst Street near Holman Stadium at around 11:30 a.m. Friday for a situation involving a male and a ...

When good things go bad in the realm of social media

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Recently my older daughter shared with me an article by Paul Lewis that she had read in the British newspaper the Guardian. The Guardian has a well-earned reputation as a leftist publication, but this article really wasn’t political. Rather, it featured interviews with several of the ...

Driver killed in two-car Broad Street crash Wednesday

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NASHUA – One driver was killed and another injured Wednesday afternoon, when two cars collided head-on on Broad Sreet near the intersection of Majestic Avenue and Natick Street. Police later confirmed that one of the drivers was declared deceased after being rushed to a local hospital by AMR ...

Nashua district court judge reportedly placed on leave; officials mum

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NASHUA — A spokewoman for the state’s judicial system said Wednesday that she cannot comment on reports that Nashua district court Judge Paul S. Moore has been removed from the bench and placed on administrative leave. “The court’s official comment is that this is a personnel matter, on ...

Rivier University hosts 3rd annual Fresh Check Day

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NASHUA – Mental health awareness was highlighted at Rivier University Wednesday afternoon during the 3rd annual Fresh Check Day. An expo-like atmosphere took over the Dion Center on campus, as interactive booths were set up for students to decompress between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The ...

Nashua Foundries still going strong

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NASHUA – Walking into Nashua Foundries is like stepping back in time. The company has been in the same location, on the aptly named Foundry Street, since 1863. It has been a family affair for president Peter Lyons, whose grandfather owned the property with a group of others in 1946, and ...

Bridges offering help to victims of domestic violence for 40 years

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NASHUA – After expanding to a new location and changing names the first rape crisis center in New Hampshire is celebrating 40 years of service to women and children in Greater Nashua. Bridges: Domestic & Sexual Violence Support was previously Rape & Assault Support Services, Inc. ...

Project strives to bring drinkable water to Nigeria

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NASHUA – Every day, countless people in impoverished countries make a long journey to bring drinkable water to their families. Today, students in grades K-8 at 2nd Nature Academy will take a similar walk with the goal of raising money with the Thank You Project to build wells in Nigeria. ...

Nashua rep running for Congress

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NASHUA – The race to unseat Democrat Annie Kuster from the 2nd Congressional District got even more crowded when Steve Negron announced he is running for the post via a video put on the internet. “We are coming back to take our state,” Negron said in the video. The 7-minute video served ...

Teen driver facing felony charges

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MANCHESTER – A pre-trial conference is set for December with a trial to begin early next year for Grace Wight, the Lyndeborough teen facing two felony charges and one misdemeanor count in connection with the 2016 auto-pedestrian crash that claimed the life of 60-year-old Debess Rogers. The ...