Community News

No major injuries in Hudson crash

HUDSON – Police say there were no major injuries in a three-vehicle accident Friday afternoon. Members of the Hudson police and fire departments responded to the area around Central Street and Sullivan Road shortly before 5 p.m. for reports of a multi-car collision. Upon arrival, officers ...

Seniors learn about local services

NASHUA – The Nashua Senior Activity Center was bustling Saturday morning for The Telegraph’s Boomers & Beyond event to grab information about different programs and services offered in the region for baby boomers. Multiple organizations hosted informational tables or exhibitions so ...

Register for AARP Smart Driver Program

The AARP Smart Driver Program is the nation’s first and largest classroom only refresher course designed for all drivers, but with an emphasis placed on older drivers. It provides the latest research-based information to help you update your driving knowledge and skills. No driving test is ...

Locals traveling US with drum corps

NASHUA – Three city residents and an Amherst woman are touring this summer with the nationally ranked Spartans Drum and Bugle Corps. Timothy Moreau, who performs in the front ensemble, is in his sixth year performing with the Spartans. A 2013 graduate of Nashua High School North, he ...

Nashua native named Global Learning Fellow

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The NEA Foundation named Karyn Burgess, a Nashua native and special education educator at Hillside Middle School in Manchester, as one of the 48 public school educators to become a member of this year’s class of Global Learning Fellows. Burgess will spend a year building ...

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Nashua Dean completes Air Force training U.S. Air Force Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Jordan Dean graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military ...

Pennichuck student entrepreneurs give back to school

NASHUA – The Coffee Program at Pennichuck Middle School recently donated their year’s profits of $1,200 from the sale of coffee, popcorn and DVD sales back to their school in a presentation to their principal Lynne Joseph on June 20. On Fridays during the school year, student members of the ...

Academic Achievements

Pennichuck Middle School Pennichuck Middle School in Nashua has announced its honor roll for the third trimester of the 2016-17 school year. ALL A’s HONOR ROLL GRADE 6: Divijasri Anuga, Christian DiVernieri, Isabella DiVernieri, Matthews Ferreira, Emery Frost, Emma Gott, Jordan Hill, Sam ...

Presentation of Mary students complete DARE Program

HUDSON – Fifth-grade students at the Presentation of Mary Academy met with Hudson Police Department officer Cassandra Avery every week during the 2016-17 school year as part of the DARE program. Each class covered many life lessons, including the danger of cigarettes and peer pressure. The ...

Rotary Club of Nashua announces scholarship recipients

The Rotary Club of Nashua is pleased to announce the following student scholarship awards for 2016: 1.Olivia Montine, a 2017 graduate of Nashua High School South received the Faucher/Arsenault scholarship of $10,000 over four years. She will be attending Seton Hall University in New ...

Lions celebrate host annual charity golf tournament on July 24

Merrimack – Members of the Merrimack Lions Club and guests will take to the fairways at the Amherst Country Club on July 24 to raise funds as part of the 15th annual “Swinging for Charity” tournament. Funds raised by golfer entry fees and business sponsors will be used to restock ...

$265,000 raised for CASA Cares

WINDHAM – “You need to have hope.” That was the message from former CASA youth Hunter, who spoke to the attendees gathered at The Castleton Conference and Banquet Center for CASA Cares, an Evening of Giving for New Hampshire’s Children, presented by CruCon Cruise Outlet. Hunter’s ...

Shining stars: Nashua, Hudson students wins $1K Comcast scholarship

At a special ceremony held recently in New Hampshire, Comcast was joined by Gov. Chris Sununu to award Udit Sharma, of Nashua, and 100 other graduating high school seniors from across the state each a $1,000 college scholarship. The Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program, one of the ...

Birth: Addison and Aria Thibeault

Brian and Brianna Thibeault, of New Ipswich, announced the birth of their twin daughters, Addison and Aria Thibeault, on June 12 at Elliot Hospital in Manchester. Addison weighed 5 pounds, 8 ounces, and Aria weighed 4 pounds, 2 ounces. Grandparents are Larry and Laurie Thibeault, of Brookline, ...

Teens participate in self-defense class

NASHUA – Officer French and other members of the Nashua Police Department offered a RAD course as part of the Adult and Community Education program at Nashua High School South. R.A.D. is a women’s self-defense training course that is an acronym for Rape Aggression Defense Systems. The ...

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Nashua Vehicles sought for Wheels & Wings event NASHUA – What child doesn’t love the chance to climb aboard a fire truck, big rig or bulldozer? Or check out the inside of an airplane? This summer, area youngsters will have that opportunity as “Wheels & Wings” returns to the ...

Scholars

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE Kevin Donohue, of Litchfield, received a Master of Education degree, majoring in secondary education, this spring from American International College in Springfield, Mass. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY Monica Zack, of Brookline, graduated summa cum laude from American ...

Child care center receives $10K grant

NASHUA – DCU for Kids Foundation awarded Marguerite’s Place, Inc.’s Childcare Center with a $10,000 grant as part of the foundation’s efforts to help children in need. Marguerite’s Place, Inc. has an onsite child care center licensed by the state of New Hampshire as a License Plus ...