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Nashua alderman trim half a million dollars from city budget; board votes 11-4 to approve an overall spending plan of about $256 million.

NASHUA – After stumbling over small changes to the city budget earlier this month, members of the Board of Aldermen rallied Monday behind a string … Full story    

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Nashua alderman trim half a million dollars from city budget; board votes 11-4 to approve an overall spending plan of about $256 million.

NASHUA – After stumbling over small changes to the city budget earlier this month, members of the Board of Aldermen rallied Monday behind a string … Full story    
Updated 6 hours ago

Man stabbed in the back at Brookline house party

BROOKLINE – A 21-year-old Nashua man who traveled to the Brookline Police Department on Sunday to ask about a missing cell phone was instead arrested … Full story    
Updated 10 hours ago

Nashua SWAT activated Saturday for false claim of hostage situation

What turned out to be incorrect information about a woman being held at gunpoint summoned the Nashua police SWAT team to a quiet city neighborhood … Full story    
Updated 10 hours ago

Scott Brown cuts ties with former Nashua supporter over ‘deeply offensive’ letter

NASHUA – Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown distanced himself Monday from a local supporter who used racial slurs and other profanities in a letter to … Full story    
Updated 10 hours ago

Lawyers for Mass. man accused of killing fiance in 2012 Nashua crash want blood tests excluded

NASHUA – Lawyers for a man charged with killing his fiance in a 2012 crash in Nashua want a judge to throw out evidence, arguing … Full story    
Updated 10 hours ago

Wilton farmer discusses growing techniques with Nashua community gardeners

As the sun sets, cooling the hot summer day, all eyes and ears are fixed on Lincoln Geiger. Even the plants in the garden seem … Full story    
Updated 10 hours ago

Market Basket has started donating perishable goods to food banks

NASHUA – With a revolt by workers continuing to interrupt its distribution system, Market Basket has started donating perishable goods to food banks in New … Full story    
Updated 10 hours ago

Workers encouraged by Market Basket customers support, hopeful for resolution

HUDSON – Cheryl Lutsko found a use for a Market Basket shopping cart outside of the mostly vacant store Monday. It became a convenient playpen … Full story    
Updated 10 hours ago

Nashua man charged with January sex assault on woman

Nashua police arrested a man Friday and charged him with sexually assaulting a woman in her apartment during the early morning hours more than six … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Manchester restaurateur found guilty on indecent exposure, sexual assault charges

A well-known Manchester restaurateur was convicted of indecent exposure and sexual assault following a two-day jury trial last week. The jury convicted Neville Pereira, who … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua man accused of calling woman while in jail, violating order

Nashua police charged a homeless city man with violating a protective order by contacting an alleged victim while still behind bars. Police were called to … Full story    
Updated yesterday

This week's weather forecast with Al Kaprielian  videocam

Al Kaprielian says conditions improve after Monday's storms.  … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Amherst, Milford more receptive to gas pipelines than their southern neighbors

AMHERST – Plans for a natural gas pipeline that have caused an uproar in Hollis and Brookline and towns to the south might get a … Full story    
Updated yesterday

SWAT team deployed to Nashua home

NASHUA – Nashua police deployed officers and at least one tactical team to a house in the city’s southwest quadrant Saturday evening, closing down streets … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Latino-American Festival draws community to Nashua church

NASHUA – The Latino-American Festival drew about 500 people to the parking lot of St. Aloysius of Gonzaga Church on Sunday afternoon, regardless of some … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Senate GOP leaders cool to Medicaid expansion

Does anyone else get the idea that Senate Republican supporters of Medicaid expansion may be getting buyer’s remorse? Several GOP Senate candidates are opposing incumbents … Full story    
Updated yesterday