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Harbor Homes buys in Nashua

NASHUA - Harbor Homes has purchased property on Northeastern Boulevard, according to a release from the nonprofit. "We are the proud owners of 75-77 Northeastern … Full story    
Updated 14 hours ago

Nashuan charged with third-strike theft; police find 40-year-old on roof of Chestnut St. property

NASHUA - A former Chestnut Street resident took a third strike this week on the charge of receiving stolen property, or theft, after police chased … Full story    
Updated yesterday

He’s here to help; new soup kitchen director finds his calling in Nashua

Michael Reinke, the new director of the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, was sitting in on a class in February 2015 at Duke University, where … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Mass. man held in iPhone scam

NASHUA - Police say a Massachusetts man allegedly used false identification to buy an iPhone at the Pheasant Lane Mall. Christopher Charles, 34, of Springfield, … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Board approves permit for mixed-use development near outlets

MERRIMACK - The Merrimack Planning Board approved a conditional use permit on Jan. 17 for the Monahan Cos., of Nashua, to begin the process of … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Coffee shop volunteers help with anti-sex-trafficking efforts

MILFORD - As young and naive as she was, Lauren Lisembee knew there was something fishy going on when she and a friend responded many … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua teens injured in fiery crash; Car rolled off Pine Hill Road in Hollis just after midnight Saturday morning.

HOLLIS - Four Nashua teens were transported to the hospital just after midnight Saturday morning when the car they were in reportedly went off the … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Jr. Cavs cheer on title

HOLLIS - "1, 2, 3, champions!" The Hollis Brookline Junior Cavaliers, winners of the 2016 American Youth Cheerleading Division 14 National Championship, roared with excitement … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Ultima: Parkway destroyed business; City named in $25M eminent domain lawsuit

NASHUA - The Broad Street Parkway was built to bring businesses to the city's Millyard district, but instead, the roadway destroyed a manufacturing business that … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Waste water key to budget jam

NASHUA - The city's Board of Aldermen see a plan next week designed to free up close to $5 million in cap space, potentially avoiding … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Hudson has new superintendent

HUDSON - Lawrence Russell, the Hudson School District's director of special services, has been chosen by unanimous vote to take on a new role as … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

No injuries after landing gear collapses at Nashua airport

NASHUA - No one was injured, but a twin-engine airplane received thousands of dollars' worth of damages after its front landing gear collapsed during landing … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Cell phone use to blame; Nashua man indicted in fatal ’15 Hudson crash 

NASHUA - A negligent homicide indictment has been handed down against a Nashua man involved in the August 2015 crash in Hudson that claimed the … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Boys & Girls Club’s Maker Fest fosters future tech leaders

NASHUA - Introducing local youths to the latest technology, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua hosted a 48-hour Maker Fest from Jan. 14-16, … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

News Digest

NASHUA Police Cadet Training Academy held at NHTI The New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy will be held at the New Hampshire Technical Institute Saturday, … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Nashua Elks settling in to new home

Talk about timing. Burned out of its third-floor downtown lodge rooms in a huge early-morning fire in late March 1961, all that members of Nashua's … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

‘It’s going to be America first’; Nashua a mix of hopeful, accepting

NASHUA - Dave Sargent summed up his feelings about Friday's inauguration, placing newly sworn-in President Donald Trump's place in American history and the White House … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Free testing is offered in wake of gonorrhea outbreak

The Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services is offering free testing at its clinic for gonorrhea after the state reported a massive increase … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2017

Kelly Ayotte named a Harvard fellow

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Former U.S. Sen. … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2017

Expansion OK’d for Buckley’s Cafe in Merrimack

MERRIMACK – Town officials unanimously approved a kitchen expansion for Buckley’s Cafe and Bakery, a popular shop in central Merrimack. The Planning Board approved the … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2017

More charges filed against teacher

NASHUA - A Hillsborough County Southern district grand jury has indicted former Merrimack High School teacher Robert Todd Wiley on a second felony charge stemming … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2017

Bail hearing continued until Jan. 26 for ‘Turnpike Turmoil’ suspect

NASHUA – A Superior Court judge Thursday continued until next week a bail hearing for Jonathan Calvin, the 32-year-old former Nashua man charged with multiple … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2017

Trio of Nashua drug court grads focused on the future

NASHUA – Judge Jacalyn Colburn’s reading of “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Seuss has become a tradition at Hillsborough County South Adult Drug … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2017

Concealed carry permit repeal moves forward

CONCORD – New Hampshire residents are closer to being able to carry concealed handguns without the need for a permit after the state Senate passed … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2017

State Senate passes ‘Right to Work’ measure despite objections from Democrats, unions

CONCORD – The New Hampshire Senate passed so-called Right to Work legislation on Thursday, allowing employees to opt out of paying union dues or a … Full story    
Published:  January 20, 2017

Operation Care For Troops seeking items to send overseas

NASHUA – A local effort to bring comfort and care items to soldiers serving overseas is in need of a boost as the group’s next … Full story    
Published:  January 18, 2017

Nashua Foundries operating as usual; timing of tank removal prompted DES fine

NASHUA – The president and the operations manager of Nashua Foundries said Wednesday that the firm was in the process of hiring a company to … Full story    
Published:  January 18, 2017

Former Nashua Rite Aid employee charged with two counts of theft

NASHUA – A former employee of a Nashua Rite Aid is accused of processing fake returns and keeping the money, as well as stealing merchandise … Full story    
Published:  January 18, 2017

Hudson school official arraigned on new charges

NASHUA – A district court judge granted a Hudson police prosecutor's request that bail be set at $5,000 cash only for Hudson School Board member … Full story    
Published:  January 18, 2017

Nashua represented at D.C. March

NASHUA – Jenn Morton was faced with a tough choice. To book a bus, or not to book a bus. Morton had been calling bus … Full story    
Published:  January 18, 2017

Milford man walks away from crash

EXETER – A Milford man miraculously walked away from a frightening crash Wednesday on Route 101 where his vehicle was crushed underneath a tractor trailer. … Full story    
Published:  January 18, 2017

Apparent parking-lot immolation extinguished by bystanders

NASHUA – A man survived after he apparently set himself on fire in the Headlines parking lot late Tuesday night, as bystanders were able to … Full story    
Published:  January 18, 2017