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Storm upsets Thanksgiving in northern New England

CONCORD – The first major snowstorm of the season left more than 300,000 customers in northern New England without power, forcing many to make last-minute … Full story    

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Man charged in 2 crashes on interstates

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire man has been charged after police said he crashed into two separate vehicles at high speeds on two … Full story    
Updated 6 hours ago

Storm upsets Thanksgiving in northern New England

CONCORD – The first major snowstorm of the season left more than 300,000 customers in northern New England without power, forcing many to make last-minute … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Marguerite’s Place seeks diapers for mothers in need

NASHUA – Diapers may not seem to be an important item for families who are struggling financially, but because they are not covered by federal … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Nashua High School South to host annual ski swap

Downhill skiers and snowboarders looking to upgrade gear or unload good-quality used equipment and help out their neighbors in the process can again visit Nashua … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Facebook buzz: Fluoridate Nashua’s water supply? Not if these commenters have their way

If you want to know why Nashua doesn’t add cavity-fighting fluoride to the city drinking water supply, check the Facebook comments that readers attached to … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Merrimack woman was Tinker Road crash victim; police investigation continues

NASHUA – Police continue to investigate circumstances surrounding the fiery single-car crash on Tinker Road on Nov. 19 that claimed the life of 33-year-old Jennifer … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Brady, Rodgers share more than just number

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers really do have a lot in common. During this season’s first month, the star quarterbacks of the … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Retired former Nashua Police lieutenant William Mansfield comfortable as part-time communications supervisor

When William Mansfield retired from the Nashua Police Department as a lieutenant in 2009, he was bringing home $79,659 a year. His decision to leave … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Pension tension: New research dispels old notion that public employees make less than private sector peers

One of the most revered assertions by government workers is that they make less than their private-sector peers. It’s the argument made to justify generous … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Corrections Commissioner William Wrenn took home $215,949 in 2013 as retiree, and full-time worker for state

William Wrenn’s road from the coast to the capital wasn’t always a clear one. Nominated as the commissioner of the Corrections Department in 2005, Wrenn … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Hudson T-Bones 18th Tips for Toys is Monday

HUDSON – T-Bones restaurant, 77 Lowell Road, is hosting its popular Tips for Toys fundraiser on Monday, Dec. 1, beginning at 4 p.m. As in … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Former Hudson McDonald’s manager charged with theft of $10K

HUDSON – A month-long police investigation into the whereabouts of $10,000 reported missing from the McDonald’s at 75 Derry St. in Hudson culminated Tuesday in … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Police identify Oak Street girl who died Tuesday

NASHUA – Police Wednesday night identified the 3-year-old girl who died under suspicious circumstances Tuesday as Brielle Gage, who lived at the 14 Oak St. … Full story    
Updated yesterday

In tiny town of Rye, one of the state’s top pensioners works part-time hours as town administrator

For the past five years, Michael Magnant has been the part-time administrator for this Seacoast town of about 5,000 people. Magnant oversees all the town’s … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Head of NH State Police, Robert Quinn earned more than $200,000 in pension and salary in 2013

State Police Col. Robert Quinn didn’t have a retirement party when he left the State Police in spring 2010. Instead, he prepared for another job … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Food, friendship at Harbor Homes’ 14th Community Thanksgiving Dinner

NASHUA – They received sliced turkey from Gov. Maggie Hassan, mashed potatoes from state Sen. Peggy Gilmour, stuffing from Mayor Donnalee Lozeau and their veggies … Full story    
Updated yesterday