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Letters to the editor

Nashua should do more for its seniors

Congratulations to the Town of Hudson and its senior citizens, who have opened the doors to their new senior center. Like Manchester, Salem and Pelham, … Full story    
Updated 8 hours ago

Concert series seems underappreciated

Nashua Parks and Recreation sponsors “Summerfun” with many concerts at Greeley Park each summer. Lately, the attendance seems much smaller than in past years. My … Full story    
Updated yesterday

How many days are swimming holes closed?

In his article “E. coli can’t live free or die in our rivers; N.H. standards are unusually strict” (The Telegraph, July 28), David Brooks did … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Market Basket directors should read the fable

The board of directors of Market Basket would do well to reread the fable of “The Goose That Layed the Golden Egg.” Bob Melle Amherst … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Hannaford stepped up to the plate

I have been a loyal customer of Hannaford in Hudson for more 20 years. If they were experiencing the same unfortunate circumstances as Market Basket, … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Fiorina, Brown have much in common

Carly Fiorina’s recent op-ed attacking Sen. Jeanne Shaheen on Scott Brown’s behalf was nothing less then a short-sighted attempt to bring down Sen. Shaheen. I … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Who’s minding the store at Market Basket?

Apparantly the members of the board of directors for Market Basket have no idea of what was taking place in their stores and what is … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Don’t let cellphone industry overrun us

“We do not ride on the railroad, it rides upon us.” So noted Henry David Thoreau in “Walden” as he pointed to the greed of … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Board could rehire Patti Rogers

To the Nashua Board of Aldermen: After Tuesday night’s meeting many people in the community were very concerned (and we were all in agreement) that … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Accolades for Sgt. Ryan Pitts

I would like to say how proud and honored I am to know Sgt. Ryan Pitts. He received the Medal of Honor, the military’s highest … Full story    
Published:  July 23, 2014

Border issue should be addressed

Whenever there is a serious issue, politicians are always the first ones to say, “We’ve got to do something about this!” They never say, “I … Full story    
Published:  July 23, 2014

Bring Arthur T. Demoulas back to Market Basket

The corporate hostile takeover of greedy board members jeopardizes the culture of Market Basket that has served New England for decades, providing excellent salary, wages … Full story    
Published:  July 23, 2014

Shaheen has helped veterans

As a Nashua-area veteran, I support Sen. Jeanne Shaheen because of her outstanding support for the Harbor Homes Center, a non-profit that for more than … Full story    
Published:  July 23, 2014

Rogers made mayor’s office look good

It is so sad that the mayor’s office eliminated or terminated Patti Rogers position. She was amazing at what she did and great for the … Full story    
Published:  July 23, 2014

We are part of the Market Basket solution

What Market Basket is doing is hurting the employees, our friends, neighbors and ourselves. Now they are firing people, many who have been loyal many … Full story    
Published:  July 23, 2014

Nashua should link river, trail project

Jim Haddadin’s excellent update on the slow progress of the Nashua Heritage Rail Trail toward the Merrimack River warrants a reminder that the Merrimack shore … Full story    
Published:  July 19, 2014

Mayor may have sealed political fate

Every political miscue generates a nail that seals the coffin of a politician’s fate. Nobody knows how many it takes and the number required to … Full story    
Published:  July 19, 2014

Former employee was huge help to many

Ms. Patti Rodgers, employed for years in the mayor’s office, assisted me in locating information, services for many of my advocacy clients and acted in … Full story    
Published:  July 19, 2014

Nashua should set spending priorities

This letter is to the aldermen and women, board of education and finance committee. Why are we spending $762,000 on preserving a chimney? Paying thousands … Full story    
Published:  July 19, 2014

Horn article missing reason to vote Republican

As a registered independent who has voted for candidates on both sides of the aisle, I have no ax to grind. But, it seems to … Full story    
Published:  July 18, 2014

Horn’s words like poetry to him

Monday’s guest editorial from Jennifer Horn read like poetry when compared to the recent propaganda printed in your publication from Reich and Krugman. Ms. Horn … Full story    
Published:  July 15, 2014