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A Super Bowl loss turned Pats Flores toward coaching

ATLANTA – Brian Flores sounds like a head coach. After Sunday, he will most likely be one. It’s no secret that Flores, the unofficial New England Patriots defensive coordinator, is the choice of the Miami Dolphins to be their next head coach. NFL rules obviously prohibit that from being ...

Groundhog Breakfast gathers crucial funds

NASHUA – A groundhog will emerge from its burrow today to determine whether spring will arrive early or if winter will persist for another six weeks. Friday, Pennichuck Chuck helped determine how many kids will be sent to summer camp at the Granite State Groundhog Gathering Breakfast. The ...

Well Read

NASHUA – What do a police officer, a school board member, a firefighter and the “Tooth Fairy” have in common? The four of them spent time on Friday reading to Mount Pleasant Elementary School students to celebrate World Read Aloud Day. “It’s always nice to bring in people from the ...

Murray, South run past Nashua North girls

NASHUA – Round One of Battle of the Bridge Friday night went to the hosts, with the Panthers of Nashua South defeating Nashua North 70-57 in girls’ basketball action. The first half was a frenetic back-and-forth affair, with both squads feeding off the energy of the rivalry as neither ...

My Brother’s Keeper grants available

NASHUA – Mayor Jim Donchess and members of the My Brother’s Keeper board proudly announced the Nashua MBK Mini Grant Program Thursday afternoon. In building off the board’ continued work, this program intends to cultivate partnerships across agencies and sectors in the city with three ...

Monique G. Hamel

Monique G. Hamel, 85, a longtime Nashua resident, widow of Harvey G. Hamel, passed away Wednesday afternoon, January 30, 2019 at the Bedford Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, after a lengthy period of declining health. Mrs. Hamel was born in Berlin, NH on April 25, 1933, a daughter of the ...

Bloomberg is fighting uphill battle

Is it realistic to consider a guy who runs a global media company and is worth an estimated $47 billion an underdog at anything? When it comes to former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s presidential aspirations, we would have to say “yes.” Tuesday, Bloomberg made several stops ...

Schultz calling Dems out

WASHINGTON – Democrats are furious at former Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz for announcing that he may launch an independent campaign for president. They fear he will split the anti-Trump opposition and help reelect the president. But what angers them even more is that Schultz is ...

Not a realistic policy

Sen. Kamala Harris committed a most unusual gaffe at her CNN town hall the other night – not by misspeaking about one of her central policy proposals, but by describing it accurately. Asked on Monday night if the “Medicare-for-all” plan that she’s co-sponsoring with Sen. Bernie ...

Court filing: Family made billions on opioid as crisis raged

BOSTON (AP) – The family behind OxyContin raked in billions of dollars as it pushed to keep patients on the powerful painkiller longer despite evidence that the drug was helping to fuel the nation’s deadly opioid crisis, Massachusetts authorities allege in newly public court ...

Super Bowl, Super Buzz.

ATLANTA – The low-flying helicopters that zoomed over the CNN Building and Mercedes-Benz Stadium could tell you Super Bowl LIII is just a day or two away. It was Friday of Super Bowl week and the joint was jumpin’. Temperatures got into the mid-50s. It was HotLanta once again. The ...

Clemons will face Teeboom

NASHUA – Friday was the final day for candidates to file for a run at taking a vacant seat on the Board of Aldermen, and just two candidates have come forward to fill the role. Ben Clemons and Fred Teeboom will face off to fill the vacancy. Both have prior experience serving on the board, ...

Nashua South boys win in defensive struggle

By ANDREW SYLVIA For The Telegraph NASHUA – A Battle of the Bridge contest is always special, but it’s even more special during a nail-biting finish. Despite leading by just a pair of baskets for most of the final quarter, Nashua South managed to defeat Nashua North in a defensive ...

School Choice information provided

NASHUA — School Choice for New Hampshire hosted an information session surrounding homeschooling at the Nashua Public Library last week. Michelle Levell, School Choice for New Hampshire director and Granite State Home Educators co-founder, said she hosted information sessions around the ...

Upcoming trial for alleged identity fraud

NASHUA – Hudson resident Mark Leach, 59, of 70 Old Derry Road, faces two felony and four misdemeanor charges stemming from allegations he defrauded a bank in order to obtain another person’s account information, and used the person’s credit card without authorization to purchase more than ...

Man arrested after failing to register

NASHUA – Nashua police discovered David Barr, 54, of no fixed address, obtained a new vehicle and did not report the change on his sex offender registration as required. This sparked an investigation, which determined Barr failed to notify police of this new vehicle, along with another ...

Priscilla A. Murphy

Priscilla A. Murphy, 84, a resident of LaGrangeville, NY since 1955 and formerly of Wilton, NH, died on January 30, 2019 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center. Born in Nashua, NH on November 7, 1934, she was the daughter of Lawrence and Mildred (Boutwell) Gibbons. Priscilla had been employed as a ...

Michael Coyle

Michael Coyle, 59, of Nashua, passed away on January 28, 2019. Michael was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts to Bernard and Rita Coyle on August 10, 1959. He attended Shawsheen Technical School in Tewksbury, MA. He was employed as a bus driver by Nashua Transit Services for 5 years after a ...

Paula Greenglass

Paula E. (Porter) Greenglass, 66, died on January 31, 2019 at the Community Hospice House in Merrimack, NH after a lengthy illness. She was born in Manchester, NH, the daughter of Barbara (Gosselin) Porter and late John G. Porter. A resident of Nashua for the last 40 years, she grew up in ...

New scholarship fund for engineering students

NASHUA – New Hampshire students interested in pursuing a career in engineering will soon be eligible for the Norman F. and Marilyn W. Jones Scholarship Fund, a new fund through the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Founded in 1962, the organization is recognized as New Hampshire’s ...