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‘100 percent fossil free’

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NASHUA – City leaders are throwing down the gauntlet in the battle against coal, oil and natural gas, as they plan to eventually operate all municipal buildings and vehicles with zero fossil fuels. Earth Day may not officially be until Monday, but Mayor Jim Donchess and other Nashua ...

United Way is raising funds for roses

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NASHUA – Organizers with the United Way of Greater Nashua will deliver 100 dozen roses to local homeless and sheltered mothers to put smiles on their faces on Mother’s Day, May 12. The nonprofit is partnering with UPS Inc. to deliver a dozen roses to mothers involved with seven area ...

Nashua woman arrested in alleged knife attack

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NASHUA – Kinsley Street resident Jaqueline Cortes-Montero faces felony assault charges related to her alleged knife attack on another woman. At about 1:30 a.m. March 31, officers reported to the area of 48 W. Hollis St. for a report of a knife assault. Detectives then furthered the ...

South students win economics quiz bowl

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NASHUA – Four Nashua High School South students took the title of champions last week at the Harvard Pre-Collegiate Economics Challenge (HPEC), an economics quiz bowl. The Panther quartet included George Eid, Dev Parekh, Rebecca Zhu and captain Brandon Yan. Every April, teams of up to ...

Five city residents arrested on array of drug charges

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NASHUA – City residents Katelyn Ferguson, Tori Goulette, Justin Greenwood and Jose Torres, along with Exeter resident Jorjiana Rittenhour, face various drug-related charges after their Thursday arrests. Ferguson, 19, of 7 Eric Ave., Nashua, was arrested for on felony counts for the sale and ...

Performing Arts Center on agenda

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NASHUA – A special Board of Aldermen meeting is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Aldermanic Chamber of City Hall, 229 Main St. The topic is the status of the downtown Performing Arts Center, planned for construction at the site of the former Alec’s Shoes building.

Performing Arts Center Revealed

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NASHUA -- This artist's rendering showcases the current plan for the Nashua downtown Performing Arts Center. This space is currently home to the former Alec's Shoes store at 201 Main St. As work moves forward, there may be some slight changes along the way. Nonetheless, this gives residents ...

Former Congressman Beto O’Rourke stops in Nashua

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NASHUA — Drawing on his experience living in the border city of El Paso, Texas, Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke blasted President Donald Trump’s plans for a wall — and for separating migrant children from their parents. “It’s going to take all of us,” O’Rourke ...

Lavoie says Nashua PD needs $113K in funding

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NASHUA – Police Chief Andrew Lavoie may be retiring Aug. 1, but he is not going away quietly. “As chief of police, I find it ridiculous that we budget by attrition,” Lavoie told members of the city’s Budget Review Committee this week. “And a lot of times at the end of the year, we ...

City, foundation team up to make 4-year-old boy’s dream come true

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NASHUA – The Nashua Police Department, in partnership with the Heart Warrior Foundation, swore in a new member Thursday morning in the form of 4-year-old Michael Grover. The child suffers from hypoplastic left heart syndrome. He took his oath from Chief Andrew Lavoie in front of family ...

Former councilor still short after recount

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MERRIMACK – After coming up short in the April 9 Merrimack town election, Mike Malzone requested a recount because he said he just does not trust what is going on in town. “There was a lot of things that went on that I don’t feel comfortable with, so I would love to see some of my peers ...