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Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt, Ruth’s Mustard honored

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NASHUA – Mustard and ice cream don’t typically pair together, but when you put both of the 2018 SCORE New Hampshire Small Business Champions in the same room, unique flavors emerge. Owners of Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt, of Nashua, and Ruth’s Mustard, of Charlestown, celebrated being ...

Hollywood actors to help local agency

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NASHUA – The Front Door Agency is hosting a benefit play featuring two Hollywood actors. The play “Love Letters,” by AR Gurney, will bring in Dan Lauria (“The Wonder Years” and “This is Us”) and Wendie Malick (“Hot in Cleveland” and “This Is Us.”) Alanna Keenan, ...

Hollis argument ends in arrest

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HOLLIS – An argument went downhill in Hollis last week, when a man allegedly used a baton to damage a vehicle. On May 6, at about 9 p.m., Hollis Police officers responded to a disturbance, and upon arrival, spoke with the reporting party who claims he had been invited to the address by the ...

International Sculpture Symposium underway

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NASHUA – Three international sculptors were welcomed with an opening reception, officially kicking off the 11th Annual Nashua International Sculpture Symposium. Nashua is the only city in the United States that hosts an annual international sculpture symposium, and since embracing it back ...

Increasing service beyond the military

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NASHUA – With fewer people volunteering for military service, and the prospect of ending Selective Service registration looming, encouraging people to service their country was a priority for the members of a federal commission visiting Nashua on Thursday. The National Commission on ...

Fugitive nabbed in Massachusetts

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LITCHFIELD – The 24-year-old man sought by Litchfield police for the past several months in connection with sex-related offenses has been apprehended, police said. Jose Hernandez-Disla, a resident of Weston Street in Waltham, Mass., was arrested at his home Wednesday by Waltham police and ...

Beer brewing tanks, accessories arrive at Main Street brewpub

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NASHUA – It won’t be long now before patrons of the Odd Fellows Brewing Co. will be able to enjoy their craft beer of choice just yards from where it was created. Main Street motorists and pedestrians alike slowed throughout Thursday to glimpse members of a crew from Bormann Brothers ...

Plea deal orders treatment over jail time

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NASHUA – Kenneth Pelerin told a Superior Court judge Thursday that he was in court to “take full responsibility for my actions that night,” and to assure the court that he learned his lesson “the hard way” by spending nearly two months behind bars. Pelerin, 39, most recently of 13 ...

Bats return to school in Merrimack

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MERRIMACK – After wrapping up their $600,000 remediation efforts for cleaning up bat feces, official recently discovered two bats inside James Mastricola Upper Elementary School. Students have been occupying the previously affected classrooms for about a month, following repair work. In ...

Area gang member is headed to prison

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CONCORD – The Hells Angels gang member who reportedly sold drugs in Merrimack, among other locations, is going to federal prison for 39 months after he was sentenced Thursday in U.S. Federal Court in Concord. James Cunningham, 61, of Laconia, pleaded guilty in January to charges he sold ...

Sinfonietta Strings to host last concert of season

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NASHUA – When the audience members take their seats Monday night, the curtain will rise and 100 bows will meet 100 sets of strings and the final concert of the Sinfonietta Strings music season will begin. The free concert will feature young Greater Nashua-based musicians from elementary ...

Bedford pharmacist sentenced to two years

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CONCORD – A former Bedford pharmacist was sentenced Thursday to two years in prison for tampering with and stealing prescription medication with offenses dating as far back as 2011. In January, Thomas Kellermann, 65, pleaded guilty to one count of tampering with a consumer product and one ...

Woman enters plea in drug case

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CONCORD – A Lawrence, Massachusetts, woman who sold fentanyl to cooperating individuals in Nashua for several months pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday, according to the Department of Justice. Helen Pamela Flores Feliz, 28, is a citizen of the Dominican Republic most recently ...

Wear White Wednesday – National Nurses Week

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A proud contingent of nurses at St. Joseph Hospital on Kinsley Street in Nashua participated in ‘Wear White Wednesday,’ mid-way through National Nurses Week. The nationwide celebration of the profession began on Sunday, and continues through Saturday, the birthday of famed nursing pioneer ...

City man arrested for felony lewdness

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NASHUA – Police acting on a letter from the state Division of Children, Youth and Families took into custody Nashua resident Gavin Martein Tuesday night, roughly eight hours after they received the letter. Martein, of 15 Paxton Terrace, who turns 26 on Friday, faces one count of indecent ...

Online posts spur warning

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NASHUA – A Superior Court judge on Wednesday ordered a Hudson woman to “immediately delete” two sets of Facebook posts attacking a local child care center, warning that if she doesn’t comply she’ll go to jail on contempt of court charges. Judge Charles Temple issued the order ...

Souhegan Community Health and Wellness Fair on tap

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MILFORD – The fourth annual Community Health and Wellness Fair is geared toward everyone from ages one to 101, according to Wendy Hunt, Executive Director of the Souhegan Valley Chamber of Commerce. The free community event, hosted with Southern New Hampshire Health, will feature exhibits, ...

Employment Connect

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Program Representative with Axuda Michelle Blake, left, speaks with Human Resources Business Partner with Rapid Manufacturing Linda Peters, right, at the 2018 Employment Connect event at the Nashua Public Library on Wednesday. The event offered people the chance to look for a job, or even a ...

Red-carpet event to highlight prevention

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NASHUA – Since the realization that “Just Say No” is ineffective, the Nashua Prevention Coalition aims to address substance misuse among the area’s youth through film. Rather than advising kids to just say no, they had teams of middle school and high school aged kids put together ...

Agencies urge testing of private wells

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CONCORD – The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Environmental Services are urging residents to test their private wells for arsenic. Arsenic exposure may be contributing to the states bladder cancer rate, which is the highest in the nation, officials ...