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Hot Wheels: Mustangs abundant at Grand National Show at brewery

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MERRIMACK - Hundreds of Ford Mustangs took over the Anheuser-Busch brewery in Merrimack over the holiday weekend. Sponsored by the Mustang Club of America and hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England, the 2018 MCA Granite State Mustang Grand National Show was the fourth and final event ...

Bear sighted in Mine Falls

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A bear has been sighted in Mine Falls Park near Nashua South High School. The animal has been observed by several people walking there, and officials with New Hampshire Fish & Game are urging caution. They remind people not to go looking for the bear and to avoid contact if seen on a ...

A Celebration of Labor

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Editor’s Note: To commemorate the upcoming Labor Day holiday, reporters from The Telegraph interviewed employees representing three industries that do not stop for holidays: food service, nursing and trucking. NASHUA – Today is the start of the annual three-day weekend that marks the ...

Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley receiving $625K

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MILFORD – A $625,000 federal grant will help the Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley Community Action for Safe Teens (CAST) program continue working against substance abuse for five more years. “The Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley CAST Committee has been working diligently ...

New Elliot Health System president named

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MANCHESTER – Dr. Greg Baxter is the new president of Manchester-based Elliot Health System, officials confirmed Friday. SolutioNHealth is a new entity serving as the parent firm for both Elliot and Southern New Hampshire Health of Nashua. Sherry Hausmann is president and CEO of ...

Prosecutors staying in Dusty Old Cars case

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NASHUA – Dusty Old Cars owner Stephan Condodemetraky will not get the two prosecutors from the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office removed his case, as he wanted. Hillsborough Superior Court Judge Charles Temple ruled the prosecutors will not be disqualified from the case. ...

Selectman wants defamation lawsuit tossed

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NASHUA – Hudson Selectman Marilyn McGrath wants the defamation lawsuit filed against her by real estate developer Steve Trefethen tossed out, arguing that she did not defame him during a public meeting. “I just don’t think the statements Ms. McGrath made are defamatory,” attorney ...

Overnight parking on streets causing issues

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NASHUA – The city ordinance banning overnight on-street parking has been on the books for decades, but after a slew of public questions and comments this week, many apparently did not realize they would get tickets for leaving cars on the street at night. Many residents who weighed in on ...

Legionnaires’ disease confirmed in Nashua

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NASHUA – Along with the 12 incidents of Legionnaires’ disease at Hampton Beach, including at least one which resulted in death, August saw two confirmed cases of this bacterial pneumonia in Nashua. While officials with the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services’ Division ...

Nashua property values up about $1B

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NASHUA – Property values are skyrocketing, with the city’s total valuation likely going up by more than $1 billion. “It’s going to be somewhere very close to $10 billion,” Mayor James Donchess said of the new total estimated value. Nashua is nearly done with the state-mandated ...

Rivier responds to opioid epidemic

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NASHUA – Rivier University is responding to the ongoing opioid epidemic by adding a new Substance Use Disorders track option to the bachelor’s degree in psychology program, starting this term. “Our program recognizes that each person with a substance use disorder has a unique story and ...

Labor Day visitors expected to increase

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NASHUA – During Labor Day weekend, roughly 660,000 people are expected to flock to New Hampshire for end of summer festivities, a 3.5 percent increase from last year, according to the state’s Division of Travel and Tourism Development. The three-day weekend draws people for hiking, ...

Judge: Audio recording allowed

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NASHUA – A Superior Court judge this week denied assault suspect Ryan MacIntyre’s motion to supress an audio recording made by the alleged victim, who told police she only did it so police would believe her account of the incident. Attorney Anthony Naro, MacIntyre’s lawyer, argued in ...

Nashua, Hudson, Milford residents indicted in Hillsborough Court

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MANCHESTER – Four local residents are among those for whom indictments were handed up this week by the grand jury for the August term of Hillsborough County Superior Court-North. An indictment is not an indication, or proof of, guilt, but represents a determination by a grand jury that ...

Board seeking representatives

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AMHERST – The Souhegan Cooperative School Board is seeking nominations for candidates to represent Amherst and Mont Vernon as community representatives on the Souhegan Community Council. Those interested must submit a letter to the board no later than Sept. 12. This is an opportunity for ...

Mass. man facing felony charges

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NASHUA – Police arrested John Hunt, 22, of Dunstable, Massachusetts, on a warrant for aggravated felonious sexual assault on Wednesday. At 1:10 p.m. July 22, detectives received the report of a sexual assault that took place during the day. The female said Hunt assaulted her at a residence ...

Locals remember Ted Williams on 100th birthday

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NASHUA – Local businessman George Katis knew exactly what he would be doing today. “I’ll be celebrating,” he said. “It’s a very big event around the country.” Why? Well, today marks the 100th birthday of late Boston Red Sox legend Ted Williams. Katis is one of millions of ...

Developer discusses plans for tannery

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NASHUA – Real estate developer Bernie Plante believes he can successfully contain the toxic sludge at the former Mohawk Tannery property – and construct new apartments and condominiums at what is currently a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Superfund site. “I take this very ...