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Nashua officials get up-close look at Broad Street Parkway progress

NASHUA – Members of the Board of Public Works got a first-hand look-see at the progress on the Broad Street Parkway Thursday afternoon. Following a … Full story    

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CORRECTIONS Correction Prosecutors in the witness tampering case of former Nashua alderman Kathryn Vitale requested, and were granted by a judge, a delay in the … Full story    
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State commission denies ballot bid by Hollis’ Stawasz

CONCORD – The number of candidates on the Nov. 4 ballot for District 5 Governor’s Council remains at two after a ruling handed down Thursday … Full story    
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En route to job interview, Nashua woman tagged for speeding, then crashes

MEREDITH – A Nashua woman unwittingly became a sort of poster child for the state police’s “Operation Safe Commute” motor vehicle enforcement event Friday morning … Full story    
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Part of 1850s mill building in Nashua torn down to make way for Broad Street Parkway

NASHUA – An excavator began tearing into a millyard building on Friday, making room for a section of the Broad Street Parkway planned for the … Full story    
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Campbell High School celebrates Newsweek distinction

LITCHFIELD – “We’re No. 142” isn’t an obvious chant for a celebration, but at Campbell High School, it was a big deal Friday. Newsweek magazine … Full story    
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Mayor vetoes Nashua Police Patrolmen’s union contract

NASHUA – Mayor Donnalee Lozeau vetoed the aldermen’s recent approval of a multiyear police contract, citing fairness to other city employees and a provision that … Full story    
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LINCOLN – The head of the St. Andrew’s Society of New Hampshire said his heart wanted to see Scottish voters choose independence Thursday, but his … Full story    
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Weather cooperating for good New Hampshire leaf-peeping season

Leaf-peeping season is just about to hit the North Country, and if weather predictions are true, it should be looking good hereabouts within two weeks. … Full story    
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Predictive markets can do better than polls, so what do they say about Shaheen-Brown?

The strong rejection of the Scottish independent referendum on Thursday surprised those who had been reading public opinion polls, but not those who had been … Full story    
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Closing of Nashua hardware store evokes fond memories

Dennis Archambeault knows the history of the Nashua Aubuchon like nobody else, and he should: He has been hanging around the place since he was … Full story    
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5th annual Erica’s Run is Saturday in Merrimack

MERRIMACK – The fifth annual Erica’s 5K Run/Walk, a fundraiser founded in 2010 in memory of the late Erica Pombrio that assists local families battling … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Family, friends mourn ‘Betsy’ Trombly, slain Amherst woman

AMHERST – Betsy Trombly was known for doing nice things for people, like bringing mums and fresh strawberries to her neighbor’s house to thank them … Full story    
Updated yesterday

NH AG’s office investigating ‘ballot selfies’ posted online

The state attorney general’s office has sent an investigator to question at least two people about a state law that forbids posting photos of your … Full story    
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Nashua officials get up-close look at Broad Street Parkway progress

NASHUA – Members of the Board of Public Works got a first-hand look-see at the progress on the Broad Street Parkway Thursday afternoon. Following a … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua pastimes: Floor hockey league is equal parts exercise, good-natured competition

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the final story in a series looking at people’s interesting pastimes in Nashua. The smell of sweat soaked into the rubber … Full story    
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Embattled Litchfield superintendent receives credit for Campbell High School success

LITCHFIELD – While the Litchfield School Board maintains silence on their recent decision not to renew Superintendent Brian Cochrane’s contract, some residents credit the embattled … Full story    
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