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Extending Nashua Rail Trail to Merrimack River hits a stumbling block

NASHUA – The city is still working to acquire two vacant properties and a steel bridge on Commercial Street that will pave the way for … Full story    

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Analysts see bleak outcomes in Market Basket struggle videocam

NASHUA – With an insurrection gaining steam among employees and customers vowing to boycott the grocery chain, Market Basket could be on the path to … Full story    
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1st District GOP hopefuls split over Patriot Act, raising gas taxes

MANCHESTER – Former Congressman Frank Guinta, of Manchester, and businessman Dan Innis, of Portsmouth, sparred Wednesday over the federal Patriot Act, raising gas taxes and … Full story    
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Former Nashua court officer charged with sexual assault on child awaits probable cause hearing

MERRIMACK – The alleged incidents of sexual assault on a young girl for which 72-year-old Superior Court officer David S. Morse was arrested Monday reportedly … Full story    
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Nashua Neighborhoods: Education, professional jobs bring stability to Nashua’s west

EDITOR’S NOTE: Neighborhoods by the Numbers is a multipart six-day series profiling Nashua neighborhoods by digging into economic data. To read previous installments, visit nashuatelegraph.com. … Full story    
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Brown gaining on Shaheen in poll

CONCORD – A conservative, special interest group’s poll released Wednesday had Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown pulling within striking distance of Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H. … Full story    
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New eBlock period to help students catch up, get ahead videocam

The phasing-in of an “enhancement block” in the city’s two high schools was officially approved by the Nashua Board of Education last week. After several … Full story    
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Nashua aldermen seek to wrap up city budget Monday

NASHUA – Nashua aldermen will reconvene Monday to finalize the city budget after failing to reach consensus on the annual spending plan at a special … Full story    
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Milford library packed for police talk on heroin, opioids

MILFORD – There are bad drugs here, but “Milford, NH, isn’t south central Los Angeles,” Sgt. Matthew Fiffield told an overflow crowd at the Milford … Full story    
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Driver accused of killing pedestrian among July indictments for Hillsborough County

NASHUA – The Nashua woman charged with running over and killing a pedestrian in February in downtown Nashua and two men each facing a slew … Full story    
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Brief Nashua standoff appears to end peacefully

NASHUA – The police SWAT team surrounded a home on Trestle Brook Drive around 8 p.m. Wednesday after residents called police saying that a man … Full story    
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Police warn of scam involving fake IRS agents demanding money, threatening arrest

NASHUA – Police are warning area residents of a new scam in which callers, identifying themselves as representatives of the Internal Revenue Service, threaten potential … Full story    
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Hollis, Brookline and Pepperell unite in march against pipeline videocam

HOLLIS – The 29-town protest march in opposition to a proposed natural gas pipeline through Massachusetts and New Hampshire rolled into Hollis Tuesday with dozens … Full story    
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Nashua South Superior Court officer, 72, held on multiple sexual assault charges

MERRIMACK – A court officer at Hillsborough County Superior Court South in Nashua was terminated Tuesday, a day after he was arrested for allegedly assaulting … Full story    
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NH libertarians challenge new limit on gathering nomination papers

CONCORD – A new election law that went into effect Tuesday faces a court challenge from the New Hampshire Libertarian Party, which argues that the … Full story    
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Board of Education approves opening new Nashua Program at Brentwood

NASHUA – The Nashua Board of Education will move forward with plans to reopen The Brentwood School in Merrimack through the Nashua district at a … Full story    
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Without diplomas, and sometimes with them, some struggle in Nashua’s Tree Streets

EDITOR’S NOTE: Neighborhoods by the Numbers is a multipart six-day series profiling Nashua neighborhoods by digging into economic data. To read previous installments, visit nashuatelegraph.com. … Full story    
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