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Board’s approach serves the public

The situation facing the Nashua Board of Education is not an enviable one: replace your top three administrators in a fairly short period of time and do it in such a way that the transition doesn't adversely effect the district's students and staff. The departure of Superintendent Mark Conrad and … Full story    

Published: June 26, 2016
Telegraph Editorial

Board’s approach serves the public

The situation facing the Nashua Board of Education is not an enviable one: replace your top three administrators in a fairly short period of time … Full story    
Updated 6 hours ago
Telegraph Editorial

Looking back at the week in news

Kuster's decision to share her story was a selfless act When Betty Ford was the nation's first lady in the 1970s, there was no topic … Full story    
Updated yesterday
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Meeting a need of the hungry

When organizers with the United Way of Greater Nashua put out the call for volunteers to help package meals for local food organizations like the … Full story    
Published:  June 22, 2016
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Senate’s 60-vote rule impedes US

Regardless of how you feel about the gun votes that were taken in Washington this week - and Republicans and Democrats both put proposals on … Full story    
Published:  June 22, 2016
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Not making it worse isn’t making it better

Far too often, public boards and committees treat the public like a nuisance, or worse. We would put at the head of that list the … Full story    
Published:  June 22, 2016

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An inspiration for Nashua

Many of you who read The Telegraph already know that Nashua has a growing Indian-American and south Asian population within our city. Since the late … Full story    
Updated 6 hours ago

Feds could make assisted living care worse in NH

For relying upon Medicaid to pay for their assisted living care, the federal government is poised to make a care crisis worse - particularly in … Full story    
Updated 6 hours ago

Backbone or bankruptcy in Washington?

Chicago, Puerto Rico and Greece show what will happen if Washington politicians continue put pork and crony capitalism above fiscal responsibility. For seven years now, … Full story    
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New Hampshire needs to get back to more personal responsibility

We live in a world in which common sense is taking a back seat to political correctness. We avoid hard truths and instead seek political … Full story    
Published:  June 21, 2016

Homelessness in the Gate City

The issue of homelessness is pretty well hidden away in Nashua - at least to people who haven't given the subject much thought. The reported … Full story    
Published:  June 19, 2016