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Former alderman loses long battle with cancer

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NASHUA – Former Alderman Sean McGuinness, who died this weekend, is being remembered for his his dedicaion to the city. “He was a great Irishman and a great alderman,” said At Large Alderman Michael O’Brien. McGuinness, 60, died at his home Sunday morning following a long battle with ...

Mosley implores board to ‘be better’

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NASHUA – Superintendent of Schools Jahmal Mosley addressed the board Monday night with a plea to the board for more respectful meetings, something he said has kept him up at night during the “most difficult two weeks that I can imagine as a superintendent.” “I know that we are better ...

Holocaust victims to be remembered

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NASHUA – The city is set to honor the victims of the Holocaust Thursday, which marks Yom Ha’Shao, the Holocaust Day of Remembrance. Mayor Jim Donchess, Rabbi Jonathan Spira-Savett and Fred Teeboom, a former alderman and the man behind the New Hampshire Holocaust Memorial, are all expected ...

Dailey re-elected chairman of WLC board

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LYNDEBOROUGH – Harry Dailey was re-elected chairman of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Board, and Matt Ballou named vice-chairman at a recent meeting at the Central School. Cindy Marzella was renamed treasurer and Mary Jane Ryan clerk of the school district. Various committees ...

Arrests tied town’s third OD death in month

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MERRIMACK – As the police investigation continues into the death of a 26-year-old Merrimack man, who was found unresponsive Thursday outside a local motel, police on Friday took into custody three people whose alleged drug possession and sales charges may link them to the death. Police Capt. ...

N.Y. man suspect in $50K Merrimack retail theft

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NASHUA – A New York man with an alleged history of theft arrests from Pennsylvania to Maine is now accused of visiting Merrimack Premium Outlets Mall stores three times over the past month – and stealing upwards of $50,000 in merchandise. Oscar Mosquera, 37, a resident of the Queens borough ...

Plea deal orders Nashua man into treatment

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NASHUA – Although she remains “quite traumatized” by the beating, sexual assault and threats she suffered at the hands of former boyfriend Matthew Martin 13 months ago, the victim supports the terms of Martin’s plea agreement and is still concerned for his well-being, a prosecutor said ...

Merrimack Chamber continues to ‘Plan. Build. Hustle.’

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A vivid array of hors d’oeuvres, ripe strawberries and wedges of creamy brie made for tasty fare followed by cupcakes and other sweets shared by local business leaders celebrating the 90th anniversary year of the Merrimack Chamber of Commerce. The gathering that heralded the founding of the ...

Former BOE head given one-year trespass order

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NASHUA – Former Board of Education president George Farrington’s recent visit to the School District’s central office on Ledge Street to pick up documents he’d requested reportedly began cordially, but soon took an abrupt turn that ended with the arrival of several police officers who ...

Sentencing on tap for contractor guilty of violating labor laws

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CONCORD – The sentencing hearing in the case of Nashua-based painting contractor Kevin Corriveau, who pleaded guilty four months ago to directing his employees to not report worked overtime hours on their payroll records, has been rescheduled to April 30, according to a filing at U.S. ...

Queen city woman arrested

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MERRIMACK – A Manchester woman who was found passed out in a vehicle with a needle in her arm fled the Queen City before being apprehended in Merrimack. A Manchester Police officer was checking the condition of Angela Tremblay, 32, who was parked in a vehicle on Montcalm Street around 8 a.m. ...

Promoting Wellness: Education offered at Health and Safety Fair

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NASHUA – Thirty-five vendors lined the perimeter of Nashua High School North’s gymnasium Saturday, offering a variety of health-related information, education and activities. Nashua’s Division of Public Health and Community Services, along with community partners, hosted the first free ...

Pelham woman pleads guilty to simple assault against elderly mother

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PELHAM – A Pelham woman was sentenced to time in jail after pleading guilty to two counts of simple assault against her elderly mother. Following an investigation conducted by the Pelham Police Department, Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald announced that Stephanie Ntallas, 55, of Pelham,, ...

Granite Shield operation nets two more dealers

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NASHUA – The Nashua Police Department conducted another Granite Shield operation Thursday, where two individuals were arrested for drug-related charges. Kevin Farrington, age 50, of Nashua, was arrested for sale of controlled drug, Oxycodone, and was held on $1,000 pending his arraignment ...

Nashua’s Safe Stations draw NYC visitor

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NASHUA – The city’s Safe Stations program may be exported to New York after Chirlane McCray, wife of New York Mayor Bill De Blasio, took a tour of the East Hollis Street fire station. McCray, a writer and editor, visited Manchester and Nashua Friday, learning about the efforts to combat the ...

Gov. Sununu announces $50M opioid plan

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CONCORD – Gov. Chris Sununu announced a funding agreement Friday that secures $50 million over the next five years to combat the state’s addiction crisis. “This is the single biggest secured financial investment the state has ever achieved in funding substance use disorder programs,” ...

Recycled Percussion visits Merrimack’s Thorntons Ferry School

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MERRIMACK – Justin Spencer has played with his band Recycled Percussion on national television and in front of sold out shows all over the world, but he still makes a point to play for some of his most dedicated fans: school children. Spencer joined 550 elementary school students and their ...

Nashua football not on chopping block

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NASHUA – There are no proposed changes to the Nashua football program, largely, in part, thanks to an outpouring of student support for the program at a recent Board of Education policy committee meeting. BOE member Howard Coffman suggested a change in the district’s football program, ...