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Senior Center officials mum on rumored partnership with Greater Nashua YMCA

NASHUA – As the Nashua Senior Activity Center ramps up its schedule of fundraising events and focuses on strengthening relationships with its membership base, the … Full story    

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Nashua police seen making arrest during motel room raid

NASHUA – A police SWAT team stormed a North End Nashua motel late Tuesday afternoon, reportedly making at least one arrest and possibly detaining one … Full story    
Updated 33 minutes ago

Nashua principal Keith Richard to be honored for supporting the arts

Principal of Nashua High School South, Keith Richard, is receiving this year’s New Hampshire Art Educator’s Association award “Inside and Outside of the Profession Award … Full story    
Updated 3 hours ago

Hudson family, classmates working to keep Alvirne soccer standout Raul Stedile in US

Raul Stedile was an honor roll student and one of the state’s premier midfielders on the pitch during the 2013-14 school year. Already barred from … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Fire damages Pelham home Sunday evening; no injuries reported

PELHAM – A fire that apparently started in the basement of a Mammoth Road home Sunday evening drew firefighters from Pelham and four surrounding towns, … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

School tax waiver, performing arts venue on Nashua meeting agendas this week

NASHUA – With the holiday weekend behind them, city officials are getting right back to work on Tuesday, starting at 8:30 a.m. with the testing … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Milford votes will ponder a teacher contract along with Sept. 9 party primaries

MILFORD – While voters throughout New Hampshire will be facing a lot of political primary races at the Sept. 9 election, voters in Milford will … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Hollis Brookline schools begin the year with new superintendent

Hollis Brookline students returned to school last week under the leadership of a new superintendent, Andrew Corey, who took the place of interim superintendent John … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Senior Center officials mum on rumored partnership with Greater Nashua YMCA

NASHUA – As the Nashua Senior Activity Center ramps up its schedule of fundraising events and focuses on strengthening relationships with its membership base, the … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Milford has seen more than its share of fatal accidents

Milford’s history as a transportation crossroads helps explain why it had more fatal accidents during the 2011-2013 period than Merrimack, Hudson and Litchfield combined. This … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Saving NH’s only native rabbit means saving some pretty inelegant terrain

What should a wildlife conservation area look like in New Hampshire: Scrubby, nondescript and inelegant, with no big trees to speak of, right? No? Then … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Pols, patriots, plenty of people celebrate Labor Day in Milford

Labor Day Parade watchers who turned out for Monday’s version of the annual celebration probably didn’t equal the throng of 12,000 that filled the Oval … Full story    
Updated 19 hours ago

Police seek public’s help to ID two women suspected in Hudson ink heist

HUDSON – Police suspect two women of stealing $1,300 worth of ink cartridges from Sam’s Club by hiding the cartridges in bags and slipping out … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Full-time city workers moonlighting in Nashua Police Department sue city for back wages

NASHUA – Two city employees who work part-time as communications technicians for the Nashua Police Department are suing the city after an error was uncovered … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Fewer acres of apple orchards in NH, but apple picking remains important to state

With fall nearly upon us, New Hampshire officials will mark the annual Apple Day this week, celebrating the importance of this fruit to the state’s … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Market Basket makes strides toward full recovery

HUDSON – Enthusiasm is good, but lobster is even better. “It’s the first time they’ve been back in a while,” said Dan Desfosses, manager of … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Small but positive news

Forget everything I said about the government’s compulsion to continually cover old ground. The first – but not last – revision of second-quarter GDP is … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago