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Latino-American Festival draws community to Nashua church

NASHUA – The Latino-American Festival drew about 500 people to the parking lot of St. Aloysius of Gonzaga Church on Sunday afternoon, regardless of some … Full story    

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This week's weather forecast with Al Kaprielian  videocam

Al Kaprielian says conditions improve after Monday's storms.  … Full story    

SWAT team deployed to Nashua home

NASHUA – Nashua police deployed officers and at least one tactical team to a house in the city’s southwest quadrant Saturday evening, closing down streets … Full story    
Updated 8 hours ago

Latino-American Festival draws community to Nashua church

NASHUA – The Latino-American Festival drew about 500 people to the parking lot of St. Aloysius of Gonzaga Church on Sunday afternoon, regardless of some … Full story    
Updated 8 hours ago

Senate GOP leaders cool to Medicaid expansion

Does anyone else get the idea that Senate Republican supporters of Medicaid expansion may be getting buyer’s remorse? Several GOP Senate candidates are opposing incumbents … Full story    
Updated 8 hours ago

Staying safe in summer heat

Only partway through what has been a sticky and steamy summer, the Concord Red Cross released advice on staying safe in hot weather. There have … Full story    
Updated 8 hours ago

“C’mon back and we’ll fight” videocam

The crowd was thinning out and I was just about to do the same (sorry, bad Dylan reference), and I ran into Asa Ammarin. Asa … Full story    
Updated 8 hours ago

Nashua Neighborhoods: Smooth town-gown relations around Rivier

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    
Updated 8 hours ago

Rivier University facelift coming along; new look to include stately signage

NASHUA – A comprehensive redesign and aesthetic upgrade to the campus of Nashua’s Rivier University that began taking shape on paper and slide shows more … Full story    
Updated 8 hours ago

E. coli can’t live free or die in our rivers; N.H. standards are unusually strict

New Hampshire, it is fair to say, is not known for imposing overly strict environmental standards – “Live Free or Die,” and all that. But … Full story    
Updated 8 hours ago

Nashua welcomes first ‘alderwomen’ to City Hall

Nashua City Hall watchers might have noticed some new terminology flying back and forth across the horseshoe this year. Officials representing each ward have traditionally … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Show of Dreams brings classic British cars, culture to Hudson

Matt Baddeley leaned in close, then closer, spinning the focus ring on the macro lens on his camera to bring into focus a gleaming artifact … Full story    
Updated yesterday

‘Hidden’ real estate tax: Fodder for frontal election-year assault in NH

What do we make of the Senate Republican attack against Gov. Maggie Hassan for pursuing a “new, hidden tax” on ground leases by expanding the … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Busy families around Conant Road in Nashua

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

Fleet of Fidelity volunteers transforms Nashua’s Elm Street Middle School

NASHUA – More than 150 Fidelity Investments employees played hooky from work on Friday, but they had the boss’s OK, given where they were heading. … Full story    
Updated yesterday

PolitiFact: Group says NH gas tax enacted when prices were ‘skyrocketing’

New Hampshire voters are famously unenthusiastic about tax hikes, so it’s no surprise that the Club for Growth, a fiscally conservative group, is making hay … Full story    
Updated yesterday

NH farms wary of piglet-killing virus yet

New Hampshire’s growing appetite for local pork is taking a hit from a virus that is killing millions of piglets throughout the country, even though … Full story    
Updated yesterday