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Committee for assessing Nashua school guidance invites feedback
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
GuidancePreview022515 NASHUA – Nashua school officials are looking for residents’ input about a series of changes being considered that could remake how the district provides guidance … Full story    
Crew shoveling snow of Nashua apartment building roof triggers gas leak, small fire
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
GasLeak030215 NASHUA – A roofing crew clearing snow from a Nashua apartment building Monday loosened ice, causing it to crash down onto a gas meter, sparking … Full story    
Second back-pay suit against City of Nashua to start March 10; jury was empaneled Monday
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
NASHUA – The civil trial of city employee Cheryl Walley, one of two employees who sued the city claiming they were paid less than they … Full story    
Sex harassment suit against Fred Fuller may be resurrected
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
FullerLawsuit0227 HUDSON – Two former employees of Fred Fuller Oil Co. want to reopen a sexual-harassment case against the company’s former president Fred Fuller that was … Full story    
Nashua police make headway in closing $500,000 deficit in this year’s budget
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
NASHUA – Police Chief Andrew Lavoie said the department made significant strides toward closing the $500,000 deficit in the current year’s budget through a series … Full story    
Boston Express bus routes are full enough it’s hard to profit as snow derails commuter trains
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
bostonexpress0302 NASHUA – The snow disaster that has derailed commuter rail throughout eastern Massachusetts hasn’t produced any surge in people taking the Boston Express buses down … Full story    
PayPal to acquire mobile wallet provider Paydient
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
EBay’s PayPal payment unit is acquiring mobile wallet operator Paydient ahead of PayPal’s spinoff as the mobile payment sector heats up. Paydient provides a mobile … Full story    
SNHU graduate honored as part of Navy Reserve Centennial Celebration
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
NavyReserve022815 MANCHESTER – Celebrating its 100th anniversary March 3, the U.S. Navy Reserve has been sharing stories of successful sailors, such as Chief Petty Officer Dan … Full story    
Police track possible suspect in Friday bomb scare at Nashua hospital
Monday, March 2, 2015
BrfBombThreatSNHMC0302 Police said Monday they anticipate making an arrest soon in connection with Friday’s bomb threat at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center. Responding officers were told … Full story    
AARP Tax-Aid site in Nashua taking appointments
Monday, March 2, 2015
NASHUA – The AARP TAX-AIDE program at the Nashua Public Library is taking appointments for Monday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and … Full story    
Nashua native endured Gordon Ramsay invectives in latest season of ‘Hell’s Kitchen’
Monday, March 2, 2015
HellsKitchen0224 NASHUA – He asks on his Facebook page, “Who’s smooth like chocolate, pale-as-a-ghost white, has a kung-fu grip, can dance and sing like Bobby Brown … Full story    
Sentencing now set for March for former Litchfield principal Shannon Dannible
Monday, March 2, 2015
NASHUA – After being postponed or cancelled several times over about four months, a new date for the plea and sentencing hearing for Shannon Dannible, … Full story    


State
NH gasoline prices up almost a dime per gallon in the past week
Monday, March 2, 2015
nhgasprices0302 The market giveth and the market taketh away. Gasoline prices continue to rebound in New Hampshire and the country as a whole after the long, … Full story    
NH elected officials want more public hearing on gas pipeline plan
Monday, March 2, 2015
pipelineHearingRequest0302 WASHINGTON, D.C. – All four of New Hampshire’s elected federal officials want Kinder Morgan to hold more public meetings about its plan to run a … Full story    
As cities become more walkable, pedestrian fatalities become a concern
Friday, February 27, 2015
pedestriandeaths0226 Pedestrian deaths are proportionally less of a problem in New Hampshire than in Massachusetts or the nation as a whole, according to recent data, although … Full story