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Granite State Baseball Dinner draws crowd for good cause

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MANCHESTER – There are still 146 days before professional baseball players take the field once again in New Hampshire, but local baseball fans didn’t have to wait that long to see some again. Continuing an annual tradition, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats hosted the 2017 Granite State ...

Review hearing set early next year in murder case

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NASHUA – The question of whether it’s possible to restore Nashua murder suspect Devin Tappan to a level of competency that would allow him to stand trial will be the subject of a January 2018 court hearing, according to Tappan’s case file. Tappan, 31, formerly of 32 Kinsley St., Apt. 1, ...

Milford man admits to violation probation, gets jail time

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NASHUA – Milford resident Sean Martel last week admitted in court to violating provisions of his probation, prompting a judge to accept a plea agreement that involves jail time. Martel, 34, entered a plea of true to the single count of violation of probation, a misdemeanor offense that ...

Holiday edition of The Telegraph provides a road map to savings

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NASHUA – Santa and his elves will again be making their annual stop in the Gate City to spread holiday tidings, good will to men and – Black Friday savings. In just three short days, The Telegraph will present its annual Wild Wednesday edition, filled with more than $600,000 in holiday ...

Nashuan, convicted of sex assault in 2006, seeks sentence reduction

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NASHUA – In the 11 years he’s spent in New Hampshire State Prison, former Nashua resident Gordon A. Fuller Jr. has been a model inmate, completing courses ranging from anger management to advanced music theory, managing the prison kitchen and working in the print shop, while along the way ...

Southern New Hampshire towns still plagued by polluted water

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The ongoing water crisis relating to PFOA pollution from the Saint-Gobain facility in Merrimack carries on, despite the company’s efforts to assist in providing clean drinking water for residents and repairing two local wells that were shut down after the chemical was discovered. Until ...

Citizen-led initiative to fill holiday void in Hudson

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HUDSON – Despite Hudson Fish & Game Club’s inability to offer its annual Thanksgiving Meal Program this year, some citizens took it upon themselves to make sure those in need will enjoy a turkey dinner this holiday season. This citizen-planned initiative is called The Hudson ...

October: Record warmth; late month sou’easter

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NASHUA – Unseasonable warmth was the rule through most of October, helping to boost the month to the warmest on record since temperature records began in 1885 in Nashua. Rainfall was sparse through the first three weeks of the month, then the floodgates opened during the final week, including ...

Nashua North hosts craft fair for a cause

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NASHUA – A craft fair took over Nashua High School North’s gymnasium Saturday benefitting a cause aimed at educating young children about child abduction safety. This free public event, featuring a craft fair and raffle, took place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and was sponsored by Lil’ ...

Early morning accident in Hudson results in DWI arrest

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HUDSON – After taking out a utility pole early Friday morning, a Windham man was arrested for DWI. Hudson Police responded to a report of a single vehicle collision into a utility pole in the area of Ferry Street by Campbell Avenue at around 12:57 a.m. Officers were on scene to investigate ...

Hassan, Kuster speak out against GOP tax plan

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NASHUA – New Hampshire U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan and Congresswoman Annie Kuster joined Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess at Clocktower Place in the Nashua’s Millyard on Friday to voice their opposition to Congress’ proposed tax plans. On Thursday, House Republicans passed their bill with zero ...

Trial set for voter lawsuit

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NASHUA – A trial date is now set in the voter identification lawsuit that could impact the 2018 elections. The state’s Democratic Party, the League of Women Voters, and three individual voters are suing the state over SB3, which they say will likely result in people who are legally entitled ...

City gathers for Safe Station Appreciation Day

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NASHUA – One year ago Nashua introduced Safe Stations to the community. Friday, officials gathered for an appreciation event highlighting the impact made in the program’s first year. Since being installed at every Nashua Fire Station on Nov. 17, 2016, almost 1,200 have utilized the Safe ...

Addressing youth homelessness

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NASHUA – Hidden realities of homelessness for the younger portion of society will be identified through a community education forum next month at Harbor Homes. From 5:30-7:30 p.m. Dec. 6, “The Hidden Reality of Youth Homelessness – A Community Education Forum” will discuss local ...

3 injured seriously, driver arrested in Lyndeborough crash

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LYNDEBOROUGH – A 38-year-old Peterborough woman was arrested at a Manchester hospital Wednesday for felony drunk-driving, shortly after she and two other people sustained serious injuries in a two-car crash on Route 31. State Police said Rebecca Rodenhiser faces one count of aggravated ...

Merrimack hosting handful of holiday events

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MERRIMACK – Merrimack is getting into the holiday spirit and will be hosting a handful of events in preparation for the holiday season. Starting Nov. 24 at Merrimack Premium Outlets, the annual tree lighting runs from 4-7 p.m. outside the food court. Folks are welcomed to join in and count ...

Great American Downtown in the running for 10-week concert series

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NASHUA – Great American Downtown is one of a few dozen nonprofits in the running for a grant that would bring at 10-12 week concert series to Nashua next summer. The $25,000 grant from the Levitt AMP (Your City) Grant Awards offer a matching opportunity created by the Levitt Foundation for ...