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Warren unveils rental housing plan as new poll shows her retake lead in N.H.

NASHUA – If you can think of a political issue – whether it is health care, education, foreign policy, climate change, gun control, or “Wall Street’s stranglehold on our economy” – chances are Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has a plan for it. A CBS News/YouGov ...

Turnpike Turmoil

NASHUA -- At around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, New Hampshire State Police troopers noticed concrete had fallen from the Route 111 Bridge onto the F.E. Everett Turnpike below in the southbound lane in the area of Exit 5 in Nashua. Crews from New Hampshire Department of Transportation responded to ...

Airsoft gun causes alarm at Alvirne

HUDSON – In a politically charged environment that keeps many students, parents and educators on edge, even an airsoft gun brought to a school can create quite the stir. Such was the case Monday morning at Alvirne High School, as a shelter in place condition was declared for more than two ...

PFAS info session scheduled

MERRIMACK – With hazardous PFAS chemicals continuing to cause problems in the community, federal and state regulators have organized a public information session on the subject. The event is set for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the cafeteria of Merrimack High School, located at 38 McElwain St., ...

Home for the Holidays

Navy Petty Officer Chris Shaw, who has been deployed overseas for seven months, surprised his two children, Lillian, 4, and Henry, 2 during their visit with Santa Claus on Saturday at the Pheasant Lane Mall. His wife, Bridget, came up with the idea.

Man facing 10 charges after allegedly battling officer, fleeing

HUDSON – Told by the police officer who pulled him over for speeding early Sunday morning that he was also going to be charged with drunk driving, Nashua resident Michael Derochers reacted by allegedly refusing to exit his truck and physically resisting the officer’s attempts to take him ...

A Popeye’s Affair continues years later

My heart broke when Popeye’s bailed from the Pheasant Lane Mall food court decades ago. As a result, I sought counseling and the healing began. It would be years before reconnecting with my former spicy flame. Fast forward to 2013. As I strolled through McCarran Airport in Las Vegas, my ...

Mass. cops capture man on the run

HUDSON – Seven hours after Michael Pellerin fled into the woods after allegedly breaking into his former wife’s Greenfield Drive residence, triggering a wide-scale manhunt and orders to residents to shelter in place, a regional Massachusetts-based SWAT team found him hiding in an RV at a ...

Alleged domestic assault lands woman in hospital

NASHUA – In an interview with police after his arrest on a dozen domestic violence-related charges, Pavel Novikov allegedly admitted he punched the alleged victim, but he wasn’t able to remember much else because he blacked out from drinking, according to police reports. The only other ...

Police look into stabbing

NASHUA – Few details were available Monday regarding an apparent stabbing that had taken place on Hanover Street, where numerous police officers and detectives converged early Monday morning. Sources said police, firefighters and medical personnel were called to 12 Hanover St., where a ...

Annual Santa Fund kicks into full swing; donations sought

NASHUA – With 11 days left until Thanksgiving, and 37 days until Christmas, the holiday season certainly is on everyone’s mind. Whether it be planning dinner menus, plotting Black Friday shopping strategies or preparing for visits from family members from far and wide, many throughout ...

Telegraph challenges community to ‘Fill the Lobby’

NASHUA – In conjunction with The Telegraph’s annual Santa Fund, the newspaper is challenging community members to “Fill the Lobby.” The Fill the Lobby initiative aims to not only gain donations of toys and other items for the Santa Fund, but its goal also is to collect non-perishable ...

Thanksgiving edition shaping up; savings will be aplenty

NASHUA – Hundreds of thousands of dollars in savings are on the way for area residents – courtesy of Saint Nichols, local retailers and The Telegraph – in the newspaper’s special Thanksgiving Day edition. The Telegraph’s holiday edition – set to go on sale a full day early on Nov. ...

33 Dems File for #FITN

CONCORD – The field is set for New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation (#FITN) presidential primary, as 33 Democrats and 17 Republicans filed to run by the 5 p.m. Friday deadline. In addition to big-name candidates such as President Donald Trump – whose 2020 filing information lists his ...

Warren may be cornered on Medicare for all

NASHUA – Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Friday promised to “eventually” ensure that every American has free health care, as the U.S. senator from Massachusetts backed away from her plan to immediately pursue $20 trillion worth of new federal taxes to enact Medicare ...

Anheuser-Busch hosts annual lighting ceremony

MERRIMACK – With toasty igloos, flickering fire pits and plenty of cold brew and hot cocoa to go around, the Anheuser-Busch Biergarten and Tour Center kicked off the holiday season with its fourth annual “Brewery Lights” on Friday evening. Brewery General Manager Tom Jokerst and Boston ...

White House seeks disclosure of actual health care prices with Trump’s plan

WASHINGTON (AP) — New rules from the Trump administration on Friday would require insurers and hospitals to disclose upfront the actual prices for common tests and procedures to promote competition and push down costs. But the sweeping changes face stiff pushback from the health care ...

Ousted ambassador ‘shocked’ at Trump; he assails her anew

WASHINGTON (AP) — In chilling detail, ousted U.S. Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch described to Trump impeachment investigators Friday how she felt threatened upon learning that President Donald Trump had promised Ukraine’s leader she was “going to go through some ...