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Sunshine Week 2015 to tackle transparency in NH government
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
SunshineExplainer031315 This week, stories by the hundreds will fill newspaper front pages across the country in an effort to illuminate how public officials respond to requests … Full story    
In this series
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
IN THIS SERIES SUNDAY LOBBYING: Exploring who is paid the most to lobby New Hampshire legislators and who is paying them. MONDAY NASHUA’S WEBSITE: Looking … Full story    
Amherst Conservation Commission: Gas pipeline could benefit town
Saturday, March 28, 2015
AmherstPipeline032715 AMHERST – The natural gas pipeline through four miles of Amherst would have a limited long-term impact on the town’s ecology and could benefit the … Full story    
Cruz, now officially a candidate, returns to Greater Nashua
Saturday, March 28, 2015
CruzVisit032715 Texas Sen. Ted Cruz returned to New Hampshire on Friday looking to recruit an “army of courageous conservatives” less than a week after he formally … Full story    
Downtown Nashua readies for spring with new sidewalks, signs, banners, flowers on tap
Saturday, March 28, 2015
DowntownImprovements032615 NASHUA – Winter’s long, slow death should soon be followed by signs of new life downtown, including rebuilding the final stretch of Main Street sidewalks … Full story    
Nashua chamber honors Eminence award winners
Saturday, March 28, 2015
EminenceAwards032715 NASHUA – Paul Hebert was honored Friday with the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Business Person of the Year award, one of six recipients … Full story    
Merrimack Town Council votes to oppose Kinder Morgan pipeline
Saturday, March 28, 2015
MerrimackKinderMorgan032715 MERRIMACK – Just moments after closing a public hearing with the Texas-based company seeking to construct a natural gas pipeline through southern New Hampshire, the … Full story    
Nashua student places first in state science fair, heads to international competition
Saturday, March 28, 2015
ScienceFair032415 NASHUA – A Nashua student placed first in the New Hampshire Science and Engineering Exposition, the state science fair for high school students, last week … Full story    
Gate City Striders bring state’s fifth marathon to Nashua this May
Saturday, March 28, 2015
StridersMarathon032715 NASHUA – The Gate City will be home to the fifth marathon in the state when a local running group brings its signature annual road … Full story    
Nashua’s Union Station would turn 135 this year – had it lived
Saturday, March 28, 2015
ShalhoupColFor0328 If you glance now and then at this, my weekly allotment of space I can fill (within reason, of course) with whatever words and sentiments … Full story    
County prosecutors reindict Hollis woman accused of stealing $200K from her mother
Friday, March 27, 2015
AmyGleneckReindicted0326 NASHUA – The reindictment this month of Hollis resident Amy Gleneck on a felony charge accusing her of stealing nearly $200,000 from her elderly mother … Full story    
Launch owners hope Nashua residents are ready to jump into fun
Friday, March 27, 2015
LaunchTrampolines0325 Launch Trampoline Park is expanding north, bringing its indoor play space concept it started in Rhode Island to Nashua. Operator Rick Arnold, whose son Rob … Full story    


State
Review of campus sexual misconduct policies in NH finds gaps
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Lawyers who reviewed how New Hampshire’s public universities and colleges handle sexual harassment and other misconduct said Friday the schools must address specific gaps in … Full story    
House budget writers delay vote on transportation cuts
Friday, March 27, 2015
APDOTBudgetBrf032615 CONCORD –Top Republican budget writers in the New Hampshire House said Wednesday a tax or fee increase will be necessary to sustain the state’s highway … Full story    
Senate passes bill prompted by Nashua 3-year-old’s death; sponsor sees good chances in NH House
Friday, March 27, 2015
BrielleSenateBill0326 CONCORD – Legislation aimed at giving child-advocacy workers more authority to intervene and take action when they know, or believe, a child is in imminent … Full story