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Jacobson Farm project stalled

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AMHERST – The plans for a major land development in Amherst have hit a temporary legal hurdle. Several abutters of Jacobson Farm, located at 17 Christian Hill Road, have won a temporary solution to a growing community problem. TransFarmations, an organization that has two failed projects ...

McClain family holds onto hope for son’s safety

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NASHUA – Almost six months ago Michael McClain went missing while with friends in Nashua, and while no further details have been released by the Nashua Police Department, his family continues to hold out hope that he is still alive. Saturday morning, with the help of the nonprofit ...

Community is gearing up for United We Sleep

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NASHUA – In efforts to shed light on the many layers of homelessness, The United Way of Greater Nashua will be hosting its fourth annual “United We Sleep” event next week. Those who attend will be able to learn about the major causes of homelessness within the community and learn about ...

Miles of streets remain on 2019 paving schedule

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NASHUA – As temperatures start to cool and summer turns to fall, officials with the Nashua Division of Public Works hope the infrastructure work they have performed for the last six months will mitigate the harsh New Hampshire winter. Whether it be paving roadways, repairing sidewalks, ...

N.H. ranks lowest in poverty, but some say more to story

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NASHUA – The juxtaposition of wealth and poverty in New Hampshire is often as clear as someone parking a Porsche along the Main Street sidewalk – and then walking past a homeless person as soon as he or she exits the foreign luxury vehicle. New U.S. Census Bureau Data show New Hampshire ...

School officials discuss vaping challenges

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NASHUA — As nearly half of students in Nashua High Schools North and South admit to trying vaping, district officials continue examining ways to curtail use of the products. “Fourth and fifth-graders are doing this too,” Board of Education member Susan Porter said. “If they learn it ...

Pennichuck welcomes new administrative duo

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NASHUA – With a new school year comes two new administrators at Pennichuck Middle School. Recently, Gabriel Falzarano assumed the role as principal at Pennichuck and has been joined by new interim Assistant Principal Craig Hardimon. Both administrators bring more than a decade or more of ...

City is making plans to save money with solar projects

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NASHUA – City officials continued working to cut Nashua’s carbon footprint by passing two resolutions this week. Those include Resolution 19-171 and Resolution 19-172, which relate to undertaking a solar project in conjunction with the Fire Department and Conway Arena. ReVision Energy was ...

N.H. Attorney General: Harbor Homes is low on cash

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From Wire and Staff Reports NASHUA – The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office said Harbor Homes is low on cash and needs to simplify operations to stay afloat – at the same time state documents show CEO Peter Kelleher collected a salary of $336,000 last year. The Nashua-based ...

Veterinary student makes Humane Society donation

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NASHUA – A local woman recently decided to merge her passion for dance and animals into one performance, during which she encouraged animal advocacy to about 150 – while raising more than $6,500 for the Humane Society for Greater Nashua. Nashua High School North graduate Anjana Mangalat ...

N.H. House members host Nashua town hall

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NASHUA – A veto by Gov. Chris Sununu left New Hampshire’s minimum wage of $7.25 per hour lower than those enforced by states such as West Virginia and Arkansas. Three more recent Sununu vetoes shut down gun control bills that would have established background checks and waiting periods, ...

Nashua Children’s Librarian retires after 43 years

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NASHUA — Nashua Public Library Children’s Services Supervisor Kathy Bolton is turning a new page in her life, as she retires after 43 years of instilling a love of reading in the community. Bolton walked through the library’s doors on Sept. 15, 1976 and never looked back. She began as a ...

Man arrested and placed on ICE detainer

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NASHUA – The possibility that Sarbelio Lorenzo-Zacarias may be staying in the U.S. illegally, along with the “concerning” nature of the allegations lodged against him Wednesday by Merrimack police, prompted a Superior Court judge to set the Massachusetts man’s bail at $10,000 ...

City’s diversity to be on display at festival

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NASHUA – As Nashua prides itself in being a “Welcoming City,” it is only fitting the second annual Multicultural Festival will be building on last year’s success. Organizers from the Mayor’s Office and the Nashua Multicultural Festival Planning Committee said, last year, the ...

‘United We Sleep’ is next weekend

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NASHUA – For the fourth year in a row, the United Way of Greater Nashua is planning its “United We Sleep to End Hunger and Homelessness” event. This is set for 5 p.m. Sept. 20 to 9 a.m. Sept. 21 at Nashua Community College, 505 Amherst St. The participants raise money to support the ...