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Once Upon a Time

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The Fairy Tale Festival took place on Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Many families gathered for live dance performances, activity booths, snow cones, face painting and more. The festival was one of the many events comprising the city's Summer Fun activities.

Russian hacking alarms N.H. delegation

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Following the indictments of 12 Russian intelligence officials New Hampshire’s Congressional Delegation responded to the serious threat that Russian hacking poses to our democracy. “This indictment of Russian intelligence officials reaffirms the assessment of our ...

Symphony NH hosts tours of exquisite gardens

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NASHUA – Saturday, the Friends of Symphony NH hosted a floral-themed fundraiser with tours of local gardens. The self-guided walk-through garden tours in Nashua and Hollis featured local residents showing off their properties, with proceeds going back to Symphony NH in support of their ...

Dirty water: Rain hikes river bacteria

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Cold river water can be tempting on a sweltering summer day, but before wading into the Souhegan, it would be wise to check the river’s E. coli levels. Based on testing June 26, bacteria levels were up. Except for the headwaters in New Ipswich and at Watson Park in Merrimack, which was ...

Baking with Grace: Souhegan High School grad competes at SkillsUSA

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NASHUA – In seven hours, Grace Angulas had already made and baked two loaves of bread and one roll, onion pepper scones, a Danish, a pineapple pie, chocolate chip cookies, Patachou (dough for eclairs and cream puffs) and was putting the last touches on the cake she was decorating. Her ...

Sununu signs voter residency law

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CONCORD – U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., calls HB 1264 a “voter suppression bill,” while state House Majority Leader Richard Hinch, R-Merrimack, refers to it as “a major win for election integrity and voters in New Hampshire.” Amid the partisan political spin, Gov. Chris Sununu ...

Merrimack police sued for fatal shooting

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MERRIMACK – Two Merrimack police officers, William Gudzinowic and Matthew Tarleton, as well as the town itself are named in a lawsuit regarding the fatal police shooting of Harrison Lambert, a man killed in a 2015 incident. The lawsuit brought by Harrison Lambert’s father, Gregory ...

Nashua teen to represent N.H. at Boys Nation

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NASHUA – As a tennis all-star, violinist, award-winning student journalist and two-time oratorical contest winner, Rohan Kumar is about to pin another badge to his chest: state senator. Kumar was selected as a senator for American Legion Boys Nation and will fly to Washington, D.C. next ...

$206K grant to help homeless veterans

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NASHUA – U.S. Reps. Annie Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter, both D-N.H., on Friday announced a $206,000 Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program grant for Easterseals New Hampshire. The grant comes from the U.S. Department of Labor and will help local agencies or nonprofits, such as Easterseals, ...

S’more fun: YMCA kicks off Friday night summer series

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MERRIMACK – The YMCA of Greater Nashua hosted their first Friday Night Live family event in their series at Camp Sargent in Merrimack. The Friday event drew about 500 kids and adults out for a cookout campfire night, featuring safe sun and early night sky-viewing through large telescopes ...

Nearly half of N.H. in moderate drought

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CONCORD (AP) – About half of New Hampshire is in a drought, and state regulators are recommending that outdoor water use be limited until conditions improve. The United States drought monitor said Thursday that 45 percent of the state is having a moderate drought, and the rest of the state ...

City man held on $50K cash bail

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NASHUA – Hudson police assisted Nashua police in arresting Omar Rivera, 34, of Nashua around 1:39 p.m. Thursday. At 3:46 a.m. officers responded to a Nashua address for a report of a domestic dispute, with the female victim, known to Rivera, reporting that he assaulted her numerous ...

Nashua Fire Rescue brings garage blaze under control

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NASHUA – Nashua Fire Rescue responded to an early morning garage fire Friday. At 12:54 a.m. Friday, officials received calls of a possible garage fire in the area of Fernwood Street. The first unit that arrived on scene reported the garage was ablaze approximately 20 feet from a ...

Families celebrate the end of soccer camp

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NASHUA – Children and their families filled Lyons Field Friday evening to celebrate the end of a week-long soccer came, sponsored through a partnership with The Well Church and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The soccer camp, which took place in the fields behind Dr. Norman W. Crisp ...

Enforcement push coming against drugs

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CONCORD – Signaling a renewed strategy to get tough on criminal syndicates dealing deadly opioid synthetics, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday said New Hampshire will soon get an additional federal prosecutor. “We are not going to stand by while deaths continue to go up,” ...

Sununu feels squeeze after court OKs voter law

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CONCORD – A split New Hampshire Supreme Court on Thursday OK’d the law that would change the definition of residency for out-of-state voters, potentially forcing college students from other states to get driver’s licenses before they can cast ballots. Gov. Chris Sununu now holds the key ...

Nashua science whiz working on a number of ‘projects’

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NASHUA — Move over Batman, Spider-Man and Captain America: local teenager Julie Seven Sage has her own superheroes to look up to, and they wear lab coats instead of capes. Sage, 14, an aspiring astrophysicist, wants to follow her idols Neil deGrasse Tyson, Stephen Hawking, Cecilia ...