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NEWS - February 26, 2017
Driver in fatal ID'd, indicted <
Saturday, February 25, 2017
MANCHESTER - Lyndeborough resident Grace Wight, the teenage driver police declined to identify in the months following the July 15 autopedestrian crash that claimed the … Full story    
Not licensed as a day care
Saturday, February 25, 2017
DF DayCare 0225 NASHUA – The Ash Street home where a 15-month-old boy died Wednesday was an unlicensed day care business, according to the state. Representatives with the … Full story    
Pancake breakfast feeds Safe Station program
Saturday, February 25, 2017
DE_PANCAKE0225 NASHUA - Nashua's Safe Stations program received a boost Friday as hundreds came out to Harbor Homes for a pancake breakfast fundraiser. All proceeds from … Full story    
Hollis Preschool prepares kids with play-based and transitional lessons
Saturday, February 25, 2017
TF HollisPreschool 0221 HOLLIS – Hollis Preschool has been serving local families for more than 60 years, with new emphasis placed on helping children transition from preschool to … Full story    
Nashua's superintendent finalists make pitch to public
Friday, February 24, 2017
DE_SUPERCANDIDATES0223 NASHUA - Nashua's two finalists for superintendent of schools, Connie Brown and Jahmal Mosley, each made their case Thursday evening for the position. Both candidates, … Full story    
Hudson hosts candidates forum
Friday, February 24, 2017
DE_HUDSONCANDIDATES0223 HUDSON - Candidates for public office in Hudson had a chance to make their pitch to town voters this week. Twelve candidates appeared Tuesday at … Full story    
Mayor pushes to restore cuts in education budget
Friday, February 24, 2017
TF BOE Budget MTG 0223 NASHUA – The Board of Education Budget Committee met Wednesday to discuss items related to alternative education and all-day kindergarten, but members didn’t expect a … Full story    
No approval yet for extended school day
Friday, February 24, 2017
TF Extended Day 0223 NASHUA – School officials, aiming to make up class time lost to recent snow days, met Wednesday to consider setting up longer school days between … Full story    
Trial set in Nashua GoFundMe theft case
Thursday, February 23, 2017
DS_GOFUNDME0222 NASHUA – The trial has been scheduled for May in the case of Krystal Gentley, the Nashua woman charged 10 months ago with felony theft … Full story    
Six more busted in Granite Hammer op  
Thursday, February 23, 2017
DHGraniteHammer0223 NASHUA - Continued drug eradication efforts resulted in six more arrests on Wednesday. Nashua police arrested several people from southern New Hampshire in its latest … Full story    
Probation violations land Nashua woman in State Prison
Thursday, February 23, 2017
DS_PROBATION0222 NASHUA – Although she was given a suspended jail sentence a year ago after pleading guilty to first-degree assault for attacking a man with a … Full story    
Merrimack School Board approves use of drug dogs
Thursday, February 23, 2017
MERRIMACK - The School Board approved an agreement between Merrimack High School and the Merrimack Police Department to allow drug-sniffing dogs in the facility. The … Full story    

Lead lawyer defends handling of prep school rape case
Friday, February 24, 2017
PrepSchoolRape022417 CONCORD – The lead lawyer for a New Hampshire prep school graduate charged with sexual assault defended his handling of the case Thursday, saying his … Full story    
Prep school grad in court over new trial
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
01 appeal 0222 CONCORD - A prep school graduate convicted of using a computer to lure an underage girl for sex returned to court Tuesday for a hearing … Full story    
No new trial for man convicted of 1971 murder
Saturday, February 18, 2017
CONCORD - The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled Friday that a man convicted of fatally beating an 18-year-old woman more than four decades ago doesn't … Full story