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Nashua native moves on following ousting from Ramsey’s ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ reality show

NASHUA – Nashua chef and recent “Hell’s Kitchen” contestant Michael Dussault brought some secrets to kids at the Main Dunstable Elementary School on Thursday. Dussault, … Full story    

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Sunshine Week 2015 to tackle transparency in NH government

This week, stories by the hundreds will fill newspaper front pages across the country in an effort to illuminate how public officials respond to requests … Full story    

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IN THIS SERIES SUNDAY LOBBYING: Exploring who is paid the most to lobby New Hampshire legislators and who is paying them. MONDAY NASHUA’S WEBSITE: Looking … Full story    

AG, police investigate suspicious deaths

BEDFORD – Authorities are investigating three suspicious deaths after early reports of a possible murder/suicide Saturday afternoon on McAfee Farm Road. A joint release from … Full story    
Updated 16 hours ago

Mont Vernon teen calls for revision of social media bill

CONCORD – A Souhegan High School freshman and bullying victim called for a reasonable compromise over legislation that would limit school access to students’ social … Full story    
Updated 16 hours ago

Nashua OKs lease for MakeIt Labs move, but lots of fund-raising help is still needed

NASHUA – With the stamp of city approval in hand, the state’s first makerspace just needs one thing to move to bigger, better quarters: Money. … Full story    
Updated 16 hours ago

Nashua Bicentennial school’s STEAM night celebrates science, draws a crowd

NASHUA – Families packed the Bicentennial Elementary School in Nashua to celebrate an evening of science, technology, engineering, art and math for the school’s second … Full story    
Updated 16 hours ago

Proposed budget plan for New Hampshire could mean less state aid to schools in 2017

CONCORD – Nashua education officials and their counterparts around the state may find themselves in an even tougher budget battle than ever next year after … Full story    
Updated 16 hours ago

Everett Turnpike trouble tops Telegraph’s most read stories

Trouble on local highways generated the most reader interest on for the week ending March 27. “Friday accident near Exit 10 on Turnpike killed … Full story    
Updated 16 hours ago

Developers to take bus tour of Nashua

Nashua officials have set June 4 as the date to hold its first-ever rolling sales pitch to showcase prime sites for development. Called the 2015 … Full story    
Updated 16 hours ago

Nashua alderman schedules review meeting, causes stir

NASHUA – Alderman-at-Large Dan Moriarty got into a flap last week when he announced that he will host an “aldermanic review” meeting at New Searles … Full story    
Updated 16 hours ago

GOP announces media partnership for leadership summit in Nashua

The New Hampshire Republican Party announced this week a new media partnership with IJReview to highlight the upcoming First In The Nation (#FITN) Leadership Summit … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Deadline approaching to enter Nashua mayor’s race

Candidates for mayor in 2015 can snag their nomination papers by the end of the week. City Clerk Paul Bergeron said the papers will be … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua: Ward 9 informational meeting April 6

Ward 9 Alderman Ken Siegel will host an informational meeting at 7 p.m., April 6, in the cafeteria of the New Searles Elementary School. All … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Amherst Conservation Commission: Gas pipeline could benefit town

AMHERST – The natural gas pipeline through four miles of Amherst would have a limited long-term impact on the town’s ecology and could benefit the … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Cruz, now officially a candidate, returns to Greater Nashua

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz returned to New Hampshire on Friday looking to recruit an “army of courageous conservatives” less than a week after he formally … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Downtown Nashua readies for spring with new sidewalks, signs, banners, flowers on tap

NASHUA – Winter’s long, slow death should soon be followed by signs of new life downtown, including rebuilding the final stretch of Main Street sidewalks … Full story    
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