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Where were the horse watering troughs located?

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LYNDEBOROUGH – About ten years ago, when members of the Historical Society decided it was time to update the town’s history, a committee decided that the new book had to fill in the gaps in the two existing histories, the Donovan History written in 1905, and a book published by the town in ...

Officials facing quandary

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MILFORD – Three residents questioned selectmen last week about their intentions regarding MACC-Base, the area emergency communications system for Milford, Wilton and Mont Vernon. Consultants have advised the town to withdraw from the agency, and last month the town sent out a request for ...

Beekeeper’s products featured at local fair

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MILFORD – When Susan Lanphear worked as a chemist had bad reactions to some of the chemicals and couldn’t find products that worked for her. Then she discovered honey and beeswax and found they soften and cleared her skin. Seven years ago she began making honey-infused skin care products ...

Shop with a Cop event lends a hand

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NASHUA - As Nashua Police Chief Andrew Lavoie put it, the Target store on Amherst Street was the safest of them all throughout New England Saturday morning while 25 uniformed officers helped kids in the community do some holiday shopping. The Nashua Police Patrolman’s Association and the ...

Celebrating Reading

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NASHUA – Parents and their children had the opportunity to learn more about the Mayor’s Winter Reading Challenge Saturday at the Arlington Street Community Center. The center hosted a holiday party where people could learn more about the challenge and enjoy various activities. This ...

Holiday Tradition

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Rachel Robida tells Santa Claus what she would like this year for Christmas, while sitting on his lap during Santa in the Park event Saturday at Greeley Park.

Homeward Bound event raises over $75,000 for homelessness

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NASHUA – For eight consecutive years, the Anne Marie House, which provides a number of services for housing, meals, education, careers and support, has hosted Homeward Bound Food and Beverage Festival to raise funds for their programs. This year the festival took place on Nov. 29 from ...

Nashua South Math Team continues to dominate

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NASHUA – When Nashua High School South teacher Kellie Gabriel began coaching the school’s math team several years ago, it was a challenge to find 10 students willing to participate. To say interest has multiplied may by an understatement, as Gabriel now finds herself with as many as 90 ...

Debate on school start date

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NASHUA – In New Hampshire, 84 percent of school districts start before Labor Day, but this may change in the coming years, thanks to Gov. Chris Sununu’s Save our Summers Study Commission. “Restoring a few days in August and beginning school after the traditional end-of-summer holiday ...

Luna found guilty

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NASHUA – Members of the jury spent nearly 11 hours in deliberation before they returned with their verdicts on six drug-related charges in the trial of 45-year-old Lowell, Massachusetts resident William Luna on Friday. The jury came in front of Judge Jacalyn Colburn at Hillsborough County ...

Car crash claims driver

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NASHUA – Justin Petkewich, 35, no address given, died in a severe vehicle crash in the area of 17 Kinsley St. early Friday, Nashua Police Department officials confirmed. Police and fire officials responded to the scene just before 2 a.m. Friday. According to fire and police officials the ...

Milford High celebrates Computer Science Week

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MILFORD – This week, Milford High School and Applied Technology Center celebrated “Computer Science Week” through engaging activities and by having guest speakers visit. Friday, two guests spoke to students from Tammy Andrew’s computer science classes about their experiences and how ...

Amherst Street Chili’s closing

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NASHUA – Those looking to enjoy some Tex-Mex-style cuisine at Chili’s Grill & Bar on Amherst Street will not get to do so beyond this month, The Telegraph has learned. Friday, kitchen manager Shawn Rhoden said the store is closing later this month, though he did not confirm reports ...

Day’s diamonds dazzle

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NASHUA – Dazzling diamonds gleam through the glass of various display cases lining the interior at the newest location of Day’s Jewelers, which officially opened with a grand celebration Friday at the 567 Amherst St. store. In celebrating their second New Hampshire store, and eighth ...

Nashuan allegedly exposes himself

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MERRIMACK – Arthur McDeed, 60, of 20 Digital Drive, Apt. 202, Nashua, has been arrested on a felony count of indecent exposure. At 1 p.m. Oct. 27, Merrimack Police Department officers responded to a business located on Henry Clay Drive after receiving a complaint that a man purposely ...

Alleged tire shop burglar caught

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NASHUA – Ryan Aloise, 28, of 23 Ashland St., Apt. 1, Manchester, has been arrested on a charge that he allegedly committed felony burglary in Nashua. Wednesday, Nashua Police Department officers received a report of a suspected burglary at First Choice Tires on Bridge Street. Investigators ...

Eldredge nabbed for alleged burglary

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NASHUA – Aaron Eldredge, 30, of no fixed address in Nashua, has been arrested on one count of felony burglary. At 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, officers responded to the Crown Street Market, 89 Allds St., for a report of burglary in progress. During the course of this robbery, the clerk was pushed ...

New ID to be required for flight

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NASHUA – Those looking to board commercial airplanes may soon be left grounded if they don’t “get REAL.” New U.S. Department of Homeland Security regulations set to take effect in 2020 will also require that anyone wishing to enter a federal facility or a nuclear power plant site ...