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Students leave lasting message through murals

By DON HIMSEL
Staff Writer

Hollis Brookline Middle School art teacher Lynne Oullette wasn't allowed to paint on the walls as a kid. As an adult, though - and a … Full story    

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Students leave lasting message through murals

Hollis Brookline Middle School art teacher Lynne Oullette wasn't allowed to paint on the walls as a kid. As an adult, though - and a … Full story    
Updated 9 hours ago

Scholars on the path to ‘Victory’

NASHUA - Bishop Guertin High School launched a new leadership program for students called the Bishop Guertin Victory Academy, starting this fall. The academy was … Full story    
Updated 9 hours ago

Board seeking more control of budget process

MILFORD - The School Board will be looking for a fairly level budget this year as it gets ready for the 2017 school elections. In … Full story    
Updated 9 hours ago

Dinosaurs can’t do math (or history, or science) either

Sure, I can help you with your homework, I guess. Whatcha got? Oh. Math. Where's your mother again? Uh huh. You asked her already? She … Full story    
Updated 9 hours ago

Nashua Boys & Girls Club pioneer Dom Giovinazzo dies at 77

NASHUA - Dominick J. Giovinazzo, the easygoing, neighborly man who some 45 years ago took a loosely organized boys' club that met in a rundown … Full story    
Updated 9 hours ago

Nashua school officials to talk voting venues, NTU agreement

NASHUA - Set to review a long list of items including the tentative agreement with the Nashua Teachers' Union and the use of district schools … Full story    
Updated 9 hours ago

Fall feel all around at 36th Beaver Brook festival

HOLLIS - Chewbacca, Molly Pinksten's 3-year-old teacup Pomeranian, didn't quite know what to make of the giant, round creature munching on straw just on the … Full story    
Updated 9 hours ago

Nashua downtown music fest kicks off

The weather was perfect Saturday for the first day of the free two-day Downtown Fall Music Festival as festival-goers danced to a diverse lineup of … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Custodians get backing of teachers

  MILFORD - Outsourcing custodial jobs would mean big losses to the schools, several school staff members told the School Board recently. Officials are looking … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Outdoor water use under fire

NASHUA - Pennichuck Water Works is asking its customers in Nashua, Merrimack, Amherst and Hollis to stop using water for any outdoor purposes, with the … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua city clerk office to add hours for voter registration

  City Clerk Patricia Piecuch has some good news for Nashua residents who plan to either register to vote or make changes to their current … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Police get $249K to battle opioids

NASHUA - City police are getting an infusion of cash to help take on the opioid addiction crisis. Nashua is being awarded more than $249,000 … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Insurance payments are lagging

NASHUA - When New Hampshire expanded Medicaid to low-income Granite Staters, one of the reasons behind the push was to allow people caught in the … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Six fallen firefighters honored

CONCORD - Six firefighters were honored Saturday at the New Hampshire Fallen Firefighters Memorial on the grounds of the New Hampshire Fire Academy, including former … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Merrimack council OKs $14.5K donation

  MERRIMACK - The Town Council approved a $14,500 anonymous donation to the Merrimack Police Department Thursday night to be used to purchase 15 tactical … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Assisted living center opens up

NASHUA - Bridges by EPOCH, an assisted living community for senior citizens with memory impairment, celebrated the opening of its Nashua facility Thursday, even though … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago