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Texas Rangers hold off Boston Red Sox

BOSTON (AP) – Phil Klein allowed one run in his first major league start, Robinson Chirinos hit a solo homer and the Texas Rangers beat … Full story    

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Placing flags honors fallen Nashua veterans

Thousands of American flags rippling in crisp rows at the gravesites of the city’s fallen veterans mark annual Memorial Day observances to honor the men … Full story    
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Sharing needles ‘very real concern’ in Nashua

The spike in heroin and opioid use in New Hampshire has public health officials on alert for rising numbers of HIV and hepatitis C infection … Full story    
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Harsh winter has silver lining for NH bobcats: Officials call off trapping season

LYNDEBOROUGH – They are twice the size of your pet cat, and sometimes they can take down a deer. They are bobcats, and the brutal … Full story    
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Police: Suspect attempted to take Nashua juvenile

NASHUA – Police are on the lookout for a male suspect who allegedly attempted to grab and forcibly take a child on Friday afternoon. Officers … Full story    
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Senior says NCA provides big experience at a very small school

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one of a series of profiles of seniors graduating from Nashua area high schools. Part of the transition of going to … Full story    
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NCA class prepare to take risks following graduation

When Lindsey Luna woke up at dawn the morning of her graduation from Nashua Christian Academy, she had such a sense of possibility. Luna, the … Full story    
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Downtown Nashua store’s move sparks high level of interest among Telegraph readers

When a cornerstone of downtown for more than 70 years announces it’s moving to a new and larger site just off a nearby major highway, … Full story    
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Arleen W. Osborn

On May 18, 2015 Arleen W. Osborn, daughter of Herbert B. and Sadie A. (Seiswerda) Stegenga, sister of Clarence, Herbert “Bud,” and Irving (all deceased), … Full story    
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Former Swan’s Chocolates building in Merrimack to become bakery for Buckley restaurants

MERRIMACK – Three area restaurants will combine their bakeries into the former home of Swan Chocolates, and their owner says this will improve not just … Full story    
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After 42 years, half-day preschool in Merrimack can’t survive lifestyle changes

MERRIMACK – Plenty of history was on display this week as St. James Preschool sadly wound up its 42 years of educating children, and some … Full story    
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Memorial Day ceremonies set throughout Greater Nashua

People sometimes confuse Memorial Day with Veterans Day, both official United States holidays. There is a difference. Memorial Day honors those who have died while … Full story    
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Advocate: Closure of NH facility for disabled would be good for residents

EFFINGHAM – An advocate for people with disabilities said Friday that the possible closure of a troubled facility for people with brain injuries would be … Full story    
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Nashua church has new minister after three-year search

NASHUA – The Unitarian Universalist Church in Nashua has a new permanent minister, only its third in more than five decades. The Rev. Allison Palm … Full story    
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World War II, D-Day as seen through the eyes of legendary Nashua radio personality

When childhood classmate Margo Lawrie – she was Margo Lecius back then – told me the other day she was resurrecting her project to organize … Full story    
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Motorcycle fatalities in NH remain stubbornly high

Annual motorcycle fatalities in New Hampshire have remained roughly constant over the last decade, both in the total number of deaths and as a percentage … Full story    
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X marks the spot: Mystery marks on roads hint at future turnpike widening

As a retired chemist, Malcolm Forbes, of Merrimack, knows that anomalies are important. So when he spotted an anomaly on his own street – a … Full story    
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