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Eldredge nabbed for alleged burglary

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NASHUA – Aaron Eldredge, 30, of no fixed address in Nashua, has been arrested on one count of felony burglary. At 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, officers responded to the Crown Street Market, 89 Allds St., for a report of burglary in progress. During the course of this robbery, the clerk was pushed ...

New ID to be required for flight

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NASHUA – Those looking to board commercial airplanes may soon be left grounded if they don’t “get REAL.” New U.S. Department of Homeland Security regulations set to take effect in 2020 will also require that anyone wishing to enter a federal facility or a nuclear power plant site ...

Young adults moving to Granite State

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NASHUA – As the myriad of chic boutiques, coffee shops, breweries and loft apartments in downtown Nashua would suggest – and now U.S. Census Bureau data validate – New Hampshire is becoming hip. More young adults are moving to New Hampshire from other areas of the country, according to ...

Thousands salute Bush funeral train No. 4141

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) – Thousands waved and cheered along the route as funeral train No. 4141 – for the 41st president – carried George H.W. Bush’s remains to their final resting place on Thursday, his last journey as a week of national remembrance took on a decidedly personal ...

Merrimack woman sent to prison in drug case

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NASHUA – The Merrimack woman indicted earlier this year on several charges accusing her of possessing, selling, swallowing and hiding within a body cavity heroin or fentanyl, has been sentenced to two to four years in State Prison. Lois Masci, 51, most recently of 246 Daniel Webster Hwy., ...

Jury begins deliberations in Luna trial

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NASHUA – It’s unusual, defense attorney Anthony Naro told the jury in the William Luna drug-death trail, for John Cavaretta’s dogs to suddenly start barking in the middle of the night – unless they heard something going on in or outside his Pelham home. So when they stirred and barked ...

New urban chicken law taking shape

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NASHUA – Hipsters and other pet chicken fans may soon be permitted to keep and raise the fowl, as Nashua city leaders continue working on the ordinance to organize the process. During the Tuesday Planning and Economic Development Committee meeting, Nashua Alderwoman Shoshanna Kelly and ...

New York jazz trio teaching and entertaining Nashua

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NASHUA – The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter has partnered with the Continuum Culture & Art Inc. to bring New York City-based jazz trio 1032K to Nashua through the weekend. Percussionist Andrew Drury, acclaimed trombonist Ku-Umba Frank Lacy, and bassist Kevin Ray are in the midst of a ...

Winter Reading Challenge to kick off

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By MATHEW PLAMONDON Staff Writer NASHUA – The office Mayor Jim Donchess will organize a special holiday party at the Arlington Street Community Center, 36 Arlington St., from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, where families are invited to enjoy refreshments and crafts while learning about the ...

New law partner named at city firm

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NASHUA – Welts, White & Fontaine P.C. is pleased to announce that attorney Michael Fontaine was named its managing partner earlier this year. The firm employs 10 attorneys, along with 15 paralegals and support staff. Fontaine has been with the firm for 33 years, and became a partner ...

Concord man pleads guilty

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CONCORD – Nathaniel Carr, 24, of Concord, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition by a prohibited person, U.S. Attorney Scott Murray said. According to court documents and statements made in court, on Aug. 1, a police officer saw a Chevrolet Trailblazer with expired ...

Belmont man is sentenced

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CONCORD – Joseph C. Callahan, 36, of Belmont, was sentenced in federal court to nine years in federal prison for possessing over five grams of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, U.S. Attorney Scott Murray said. According to court documents and statements made in court, on July 31, ...

Eversource powers up Santa Fund

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NASHUA – Officials for electricity provider Eversource continue recognizing the needs of the community, as they are now contributing to Santa Fund 2018. The fund, a collaborative effort of The Telegraph and the United Way of Greater Nashua, has helped to provide Christmas gifts to families ...

Manchester jeweler helping raise money

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NASHUA – Holidays are about enjoying the presence of loved ones, good food and of course, presents. It’s a time to be thankful. However, some may see the holidays as a stressful time – a time to pick up extra shifts or spend less money on food and clothes to make sure there is enough ...

Nation bids fond farewell to Bush 41

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WASHINGTON (AP) – The nation bid goodbye to George H.W. Bush with high praise, cannon salutes and gentle humor Wednesday, celebrating the life of the Texan who embraced a lifetime of service in Washington and was the last president to fight for the U.S. in wartime. Three former presidents ...

Alleged hospital melee in Nashua results in arrest

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NASHUA – A 38-year-old man who walked into the Southern New Hampshire Medical Center emergency department early Tuesday and allegedly began fighting hospital personnel is under arrest on related charges. Nathan R. Hayes, a resident of Chestnut Street in Nashua, was ordered held on ...

Child sex-assault suspect declines plea agreement

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NASHUA – Although prosecutors offered sexual assault suspect Kimberly Duthie a plea agreement, according to court documents, she elected instead to go to trial on the four felony charges that accuse her of molesting a young boy for several years. After a status hearing on Duthie’s case ...