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Nashua snow removal nears $1.3 million to date

By KATHRYN MARCHOCKI

Staff Writer

NASHUA – It’s no surprise homeowners and the city alike are paying dearly to clean up after this winter’s punishing series of snowstorms. The city … Full story    

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Manchester police seize 101 grams of heroin

Manchester police seized more than 100 grams of heroin Thursday following a traffic stop the day before. Detectives with the Manchester Police Special Enforcement Division … Full story    
Updated 5 hours ago

Nashua police charge local man with assaulting juvenile

A Nashua man was scheduled to be arraigned Thursday on one count of second-degree domestic violence, a Class B felony, after being accused of assaulting … Full story    
Updated 14 hours ago

Nashua district officials rearrange budget to restore varsity teams, suspension center and staff to budget

NASHUA – After shuffling funds and raising athletic fees, Nashua Board of Education members voted Wednesday to rescue several high school athletic programs from the … Full story    
Updated 14 hours ago

Countdown to Springtime

Hillsborough, Rockingham and Strafford counties bore the brunt of January’s brutal, two-day blizzard and could qualify for federal emergency disaster relief to recover considerable snow … Full story    
Updated 14 hours ago

Nashua area fire departments warn of ice dangers

The ice may look inviting, but area fire departments have a message: stay off. Temperatures that beckon residents suffering from cabin fever to head outside … Full story    
Updated 14 hours ago

Nashua man charged in crash that killed son has new counsel, case proceeding in court

NASHUA – The negligent homicide case against 38-year-old Nashua resident Nghia Huynh appears to be back on course after Huynh and his former attorney had … Full story    
Updated 14 hours ago

Nashua police: 1 store, 50 minutes, 2 thefts land city man in jail

NASHUA – A 53-year-old Nashua man who police said stole items from the CVS pharmacy on Main Street Wednesday and got away before police arrived, … Full story    
Updated 14 hours ago

Brookline school voters pass budget with cuts, as enrollment slips

BROOKLINE – Voters easily approved an operating budget and contracts for teachers and support staff that will lower overall spending by about 3 1/2 percent … Full story    
Updated 14 hours ago

Nashua snow removal nears $1.3 million to date

NASHUA – It’s no surprise homeowners and the city alike are paying dearly to clean up after this winter’s punishing series of snowstorms. The city … Full story    
Updated 14 hours ago

Hudson FD make quick work of small fire

The Hudson Fire Department made quick work of a small fire Thursday afternoon. Crews arrived at a one-story residential apartment connected to Kenny C’s Auto … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Night of Comedy Saturday in Milford to benefit Kimberly Cates fund

MILFORD – A music and comedy night to benefit the Kimberly Cates Memorial Scholarship Fund will be held Saturday, March 7, at the Amato Center … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Correction

A dispositional conference is set for April 2 in the felony theft case of former Amherst EMS director Brian Gleason. The nature of the hearing … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Proposed tax-rise cap tabled at Hollis Brookline Coop annual meeting

HOLLIS – About 160 voters approved a $20.4 million operating budget for the Hollis Brookline Cooperative School District and all related warrants, at Tuesday’s annual … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua considers night valet parking to attract downtown patrons

NASHUA – A proposal introducing valet parking downtown to attract patrons uneasy about using parking garages at night is meeting resistance from some merchants who … Full story    
Updated yesterday

In move for more influence, Merrimack town officials choose to participate in pipeline process

MERRIMACK – Town officials say they have to take matters into their own hands if they want to influence federal regulators in charge of whether … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua sisters come out on top after international math test, advocate for more women in math

After acing an international math competition, two Nashua sisters are now focusing their efforts on an even bigger goal of narrowing the gender gap in … Full story    
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