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  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Milford High School's Scott McCallum celebrates with fans after Milford pulled out a come-from-behind win over Portsmouth High School during their semifinal game at UNH in Durham on Tuesday night. Milford won 60-56 in overtime.
  • photo by Don Himsel

    Harry Argeropoulos pauses while sweeping up trash on the F.E. Everett Turnpike in Bedford Tuesday, May 25 2010. A trash truck caught fire on the highway and the garbage was kept in a pile until it could be removed.
  • Staff photo by Don Himsel

    Rockingham Ambulance EMT Karen Scott gives oxygen to a guinea pig named Rodney who was rescued from a fire on Peele Road.
  • Staff photo by Don Himsel

    A Nashua Fire Rescue firefighter carries a plastic bag of personal items from an apartment destroyed in the Labine Building fire.
  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom

    Eighteen-month-old Axel Gray was the life of the audience as he clapped for the band in style at Amherst's Town Picnic August 18, 2010.




  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom

    Seven-year-old Maeve Murphy of Nashua takes a break atop a railing outside the Dublin Public Library as she waits for an event to begin during Bloomsday in Dublin June 16, 2010. The day was celebrated by James Joyce fans worldwide.




  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom

    Taking advantage of the warm weather, PC Connection employees Lindsey Watson, left, and Angela Huszar stroll under the blooming trees by their parking lot April 14, 2010, in Merrimack.




  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom

    Titans Courtney Mailloux dismounts from the balance beam during her routine at the "Think Pink" gymnastics meet January 11, 2010, at Nashua High School North.




  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom

    Titans Kevin Rosenberg makes a throw in the shot putt event during a track meet at Manchester Memorial High School.




  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom

    Necole and Michael Tompkins look through football pictures March 18, 2010, of their late son, Zach, who died unexpectedly in his Hudson home March 8. The 11-year-old was a avid New England Patriots fan and a stand out on the Hudson Bears football team.




  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom

    Chris MacArthur of Concord is welcomed home by his family as members of the National Guard return to their families December 9 at the Manchester State Armory.






  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom

    Covered in a blanket, 17-year-olds Sam Bailey and his girlfriend Sofia Lackiram, both of Nashua, cuddle on a cold swing at Greeley Park January 27, 2010.






  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Knocking on doors and talking to neighbors is one way that the officers of the POP Unit gather information and contacts for an investigation. Jim Stone, bottom, and Danny Ostler, top, go floor to floor of an apartment building in Nashua filling them in with information so if they see something that might help their investigation, they might reach out to them and help them solve their case.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Sergeant Dennis Linehan walks through a dark alleyway near Whitney and Tolles Streets in Nashua past a car on which police suspect had many stolen parts installed.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Eleven year-old Allie Flaherty explains to POP officer Danny Ostler that a group of boys were beating on a group of girls and calling them whores near the baseball fields behind Holman Stadium. Ostler and fellow POP officer, Jim Stone were in the area and responded to the call for a disturbance in the park. Wearing plain clothes often times makes it easier for the general population to open up to police.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Nashua High School North Junior, Gladys Velez looks through a telescope at the moon as the Big Dipper hangs in the sky behind her, Tuesday evening on the fields at Nashua North during a Star Party, which was organized by the members of the Nashua Science Honor Society, of which, Velez is a member. The proceedes from the sale of food, glow sticks, silly bands and other glow in the dark paraphanellia will go benefit both North and South Science Honor Societies.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Moira Conley, left, hugs fellow fifth grade Charlotte Avenue Elementary School teacher Jillian Brickley after she's announced the winner of the Milken Educator Award, Thursday afternoon at a school assembly. The Milken Award, which has been called "the Oscars of Teaching" by Teacher Magazine is awarded to 55 teachers nationally with each teacher getting a check for $25,000 and a all expenses paid trip to California for a professional development conference in Los Angeles.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    After reenacting the fight scene from the latest Harry Potter film, Jordan Dempsey, portraying Harry, lies motionless as Wesley Maddox, portraying Tom Riddle, stands victoriously over him in front of The Cinemagic Theater in Merrimack, Thursday evening just before the midnight showing of the latest in the Harry Potter series premiers, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    People stand outside waiting to be called into The Salvation Army's Community Annex in small groups, Tuesday evening, Nov. 9, on the last evening of intake for The Santa Fund. The Salvation Army and Pastoral Care combined expected more than 1,000 people to take part in the program this year.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Mickey O'Keefe stands for a portrait in the corner of one of two rings at Ramalho's West End Gym in Lowell, Mass., Saturday morning, Dec. 11, 2010. O'Keefe played himself in the recent movie, "The Fighter" where he played Mickey Ward's trainer, which he was in real life.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Joe Parks, right, talks to his wife, Jeanne in the bedroom of their Nashua home. The Parks' were once homeless, but with the help of homeless advocacy groups, the were able to save some money and pull themselves out of their tough situation.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Moira Conley, left, hugs fellow fifth grade Charlotte Avenue Elementary School teacher Jillian Brickley after she's announced the winner of the Milken Educator Award, Thursday afternoon at a school assembly. The Milken Award, which has been called "the Oscars of Teaching" by Teacher Magazine is awarded to 55 teachers nationally with each teacher getting a check for $25,000 and a all expenses paid trip to California for a professional development conference in Los Angeles.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Katherine Lambert, middle, cheers for her father with her little sister, Grace, left, and Ryder Sullivan outside of the Amherst Street School in Nashua, Tuesday evening.
  • Staff Photo by Grant Morris

    Milford High School's Scott McCallum celebrates with fans after Milford pulled out a come-from-behind win over Portsmouth High School during their semifinal game at UNH in Durham on Tuesday night. Milford won 60-56 in overtime.
Sunday, January 2, 2011

2010 Photos of the Year

The Telegraph’s 2010 Photos of the Year selected by Staff Photographers Don Himsel, Bob Hammerstrom and Grant Morris.