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Analysis of NH rail, transit alternatives available

Preliminary findings of the New Hampshire Capitol Corridor rail and transit analysis are available online. The site, details the New Hampshire Department of Transportation’s proposed … Full story    

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Nashua 3-year-old dies after serious injuries; autopsy set for Wednesday

NASHUA – A 3-year-old girl died under suspicious circumstances Tuesday, shortly after she was rushed from her Oak Street apartment to a local hospital suffering … Full story    

Nashua man charged with trying to hit another man with his car

NASHUA – Police arrested a local man on a felony reckless conduct charge early Tuesday morning, shortly after he allegedly drove his vehicle at another … Full story    

Fraud, prostitution-related charges against Nashua woman settled

NASHUA – Charges have been settled in two of three cases pending against Nashua resident Amy Beth Manzi, accused earlier this year of credit card … Full story    

Rivier planning first online degree

NASHUA – Rivier University has been granting degrees in ways to improve the health of the public since it was founded in 1933, but perhaps … Full story    

Rain, snow could mess up Thanksgiving travel

Thanksgiving travelers scrambled to change their plans and set out early ahead of a storm expected to bring snow, slush and rain to the crowded … Full story    

Thanksgiving trumps Black Friday for deals

NEW YORK – Thanksgiving could be the best day to shop all year. An analysis of sales data and store circulars by two research firms … Full story    

Fuller Oil sale to Concord-based Rymes finalized; service to begin Wednesday

MANCHESTER – Concord-based Rymes Home Heating Oils Co. Inc. bought out Fuller Oil & Propane Co. Inc. on Tuesday for $12 million-$13 million in a … Full story    

Statehouse eyes turned toward O’Brien’s style in second go as House Speaker

Local Democrats are hoping – and Republicans are predicting – that Rep. Bill O’Brien, R-Mont Vernon, will show a more conciliatory style as he wields … Full story    

Online or in class, public health is a new focus of degrees at Rivier

NASHUA – Rivier University has been granting degrees in ways to improve the health of the public since it was founded in 1933, but perhaps … Full story    
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Nashua’s sewer, gas line upgrades to close some French Hill streets

Utility work in the French Hill area continues as crews upgrade sewer and gas service under a handful of downtown streets. “We’re making good progress,” … Full story    
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Nashua chief to ask aldermen to pull licenses for pawn shops cited in fencing scheme

NASHUA – Nashua Police Chief John Seusing wants to pull two city pawn shop licenses following this month’s arrests of their owners for allegedly taking … Full story    
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Nashua BOE: No alcohol at Keefe Auditorium

NASHUA – Nashua school board members refused a proposal to allow alcohol sales at the Keefe Auditorium inside a city middle school at a meeting … Full story    
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Internal Revenue Service liens snag Fuller Oil sale to Rymes; two other potential buyers in the wings

MANCHESTER – Fuller Oil & Propane Co. is in “deep conversations” with two other prospective buyers should its proposed sale to Rymes Oil & Propane … Full story    
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Nashua Habitat volunteers recovering from fall; agency plans safety review

NASHUA – The 47-year-old Greater Nashua habitat for Humanity volunteer who suffered serious injuries Saturday when he and another volunteer fell from the roof of … Full story    
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Salvation Army kettle season is officially underway in Nashua

NASHUA – Bells have been ringing and generous donors have already been dropping dollars and coins into those little red kettles, but as of Monday, … Full story    
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State police prepare for Thanksgiving weekend with more highway patrols

State police will fill New Hampshire roadways with troopers and special patrols over the Thanksgiving weekend just as they did last year when they arrested … Full story    
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