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Letters to the editor

No heart, no brain, no courage

Recently as I watched the New Hampshire House duct taped together a budget, I was reminded of the “Wizard of Oz” story line of no … Full story    
Updated 6 hours ago

Christie plan a tax on the wealthy

Gov. Chris Christie’s plan to cap Social Security benefits for some sounds very much like a “tax” on the wealthy to me. These folks will … Full story    
Updated 7 hours ago

Commission has no pipeline position

The headline of a recent article in The Telegraph implied that the Amherst Conservation Commission supports the proposed construction of the 36-inch natural gas pipeline … Full story    
Updated 7 hours ago

Support efforts to restore your voice

Our representative, Jack Flanagan, sits on a New Hampshire House committee which will soon vote on bill Senate Bill 136. His vote is crucial for … Full story    
Updated 7 hours ago

CASA volunteers make a difference

Our CASA volunteers advocate on behalf of New Hampshire’s abused and neglected children in the State’s Family courts. Appointed by the court to the worst … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Requiring voters to show ID no big deal

So what’s the big deal? Most voters have a driver’s license or non-drivers’ ID card. If they can’t produce this information, they don’t vote. It’s … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Teaching child the wrong lessons

A 12-year-old boy enters a contest whose rules explicitly state you have to be 18 or older to win. You want the contest organizers to … Full story    
Published:  April 13, 2015

Don’t downshift taxes onto cities and towns

The state of New Hampshire needs revenue to fund vital state services. “Gifting” tax relief to 35,000 New Hampshire businesses reduces state revenues and downshifts … Full story    
Published:  April 13, 2015

Columnist was right, editorial was wrong

I suggest that you reread George Scione’s column (“ESPN gives life lesson...,” April 10). I was disappointed that you perpetuated an attitude that George and … Full story    
Published:  April 13, 2015

A parent looks to the Senate

I am an older parent of a 31-year old daughter who has multiple, severe disabilities. My husband and I worked hard to keep her home … Full story    
Published:  April 13, 2015

A foreign policy for suckers

After a Russian reset, leading from behind, troop withdrawal, video prompted murders, red lines, MRE’s to Ukraine, Yemen success and now nuclear negotiations, I have … Full story    
Published:  April 13, 2015

Holocaust memorial will hold services

On Thursday, April 16 at 4 p.m., led by Rabbi Jonathan Spira-Savett from Temple Beth Abraham in Nashua, we remember the Holocaust in the New … Full story    
Published:  April 11, 2015

We all need to be educated about abuse

Thank you for printing the article about the domestic abuse struggles and eventual triumphs of Jo Fonda and her family (“14 years later,” April 7). … Full story    
Published:  April 11, 2015

Thanks for featuring the historic power canal

It was great to see Nashua’s historic power canal on the front page of The Telegraph. This three-mile canal from the millpond below Mine Falls … Full story    
Published:  April 10, 2015

ServiceLink is not the answer to morass

Let me get this straight. The government has created such a morass of paperwork and confusion for us seniors that we need another government organization … Full story    
Published:  April 10, 2015

Do something about panhandling in Nashua

I don’t understand why our police and our elected officials haven’t done anything to stop the obvious organized panhandling that is causing dangerous traffic situations … Full story    
Published:  April 9, 2015

A parent’s plea not to cut state services

My wife and I have a 42-year-old daughter who is developmentally disabled. If all of the proposed cuts to the Department of Health and Human … Full story    
Published:  April 9, 2015

Slow down for horses in road

With spring finally here, it is most likely that if you are traveling on local back roads you may come upon a person on horseback. … Full story    
Published:  April 9, 2015

Milford: State budget choices are clear

The phrase “put your money where your mouth is” has never been more spot-on than in the current debate over the New Hampshire state budget. … Full story    
Published:  April 7, 2015

Letter supporters omit enemy addressee

To paraphrase her own opening sentence, I can’t believe the hypocrisy of Monday’s letter defending the 47 political hacks (and yes, that’s one of the … Full story    
Published:  April 7, 2015

Nashua: Spread the word about National Public Health Week

With National Public Health Week here (April 6-12), I am writing to bring focus and awareness to the issues surrounding access to health care. There … Full story    
Published:  April 6, 2015