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Community Cookout

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Paul Hebert fixes himself a plate of food during the free cookout Enterprise Bank hosted for customers and friends from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday. It took place at the 493 Amherst St. location. ‘It’s really thanking the community, clients, friends, family and business people,’ Branch ...

Craft beer brings big bucks to local businesses

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NASHUA – Ken Unsworth and Dean Baxter, co-founders of Millyard Brewery in Nashua, are tapping into the continuously growing craft beer industry. “We were number 57 in (New Hampshire), as far as breweries go in April of 2016,” Unsworth said. “Now, there’s over 80 breweries two years ...

Concerns prompted investigation of BG hiring

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NASHUA – Concerns about staffing and hiring practices at Bishop Guertin High School prompted requests for The Telegraph to investigate the background of Mark Phillips, who has served as the private Catholic school’s dean of student formation for grades 11 and 12, as well as the chairman of ...

Nashua woman is reunited with dog

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NASHUA – When Amarylis Martinez drove from her Nashua home to Methuen to confront a possible criminal, she was not afraid. The only thing on her mind was getting her dog, Nikko, back home after someone stole him from her car late Sunday. Nikko is a 25-pound male Shih Tzu mix who is 11 years ...

Cell phone destroyed in domestic disturbance

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MERRIMACK – After responding to a pharmacy Tuesday night, Merrimack police officers arrested Amber Grygiel, 21, charging her with domestic violence-simple assault, criminal mischief and obstructing report of a crime. After receiving a report of a domestic disturbance at a local residence ...

Hudson man killed in crash was postal worker

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Longtime Hollis postal worker Clifford V. Thissell was “an old-school letter carrier ... one of those carriers who really cared about his customers,” colleague Mike Lipkind said Wednesday, several days after Thissell died as a result of a three-car crash on U.S. 3 in Chelmsford, ...

Award given to Merrimack teacher killed in car wreck

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MERRIMACK – In his 16 years as principal of Merrimack High School, Kenneth Johnson has handed out many No Bell Awards to deserving teachers – but never has one been so bittersweet. This year, students selected Nick Seymour, 29, a social studies teacher who was killed in a car accident ...

Business After Hours

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Carolyn Mortellaro talks with Mike Apfelberg, above, as they work their way down the food line at the Wednesday Business After Hours event. Eaton Berube Insurance in Nashua hosted the Souhegan Valley Chamber of Commerce and Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce. Woodwind and Whiskey, left, top, ...

Minor injuries in wreck

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HUDSON – Police say no charges have been filed as yet, but the investigation is continuing into the two-vehicle rollover crash that tied up a major town intersection Tuesday afternoon. Officers, along with firefighters and medical personnel, were called shortly after 5:30 p.m. to the ...

School dean was disciplined in California

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NASHUA – A long-time teacher and coach at Bishop Guertin High School, Dean of Student Formation Mark Phillips, is a former California attorney who allegedly took money from clients without performing services, according to records obtained by The Telegraph. Before moving to Nashua, Phillips ...

Nashua considers $262M budget

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NASHUA – City leaders agreed to delay a final vote on the city’s $262 million budget for fiscal year 2019, as members hope to first view a clearer picture on the city’s property valuation. The budget was scheduled for a vote during the Tuesday Nashua Board of Alderman meeting, but the ...

Local response to nuclear summit with Kim Jong Un

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NASHUA – Members of New Hampshire’s congressional delegation responded with cautious optimism after the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., pointed out that the joint statement following the leaders’ meeting ...

Rotary awards nearly $30,000 in scholarships

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NASHUA – The Rotary Club of Nashua is pleased to announce the following scholarship awards for 2018 to deserving recipients in the Nashua area:  Madelaine Duda, Nashua High School South: Faucher/Arsenault scholarship of $10,000 over four years. She will be attending Springfield College ...

Two Nashua women facing multiple charges in unrelated incidents

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NASHUA – Two unrelated incidents of alleged domestic assault, one in the city’s Crown Hill section and the other in a downtown residential area, led to the arrests of two women who both now face a series of charges, police said. Andrea Luciani, 38, of 41 Newbury St., Apt. Three, and Sarah ...

Board greenlights project

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NASHUA – With floors described as “undulating,” outdated mechanical and plumbing systems, and a lack of athletic fields, Elm Street Middle School needs about $50 million worth of work. Therefore, the Nashua Board of Education on Monday voted unanimously to move forward with plans for a ...

Judge recuses self from SB 3 case

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NASHUA – As the New Hampshire Supreme Court prepares to consider whether he erred in ordering the release of information from the statewide voter database, Hillsborough Superior Court Judge Charles Temple recused himself from the voter residency requirement case. Temple issued the ruling ...

Hudson man killed, Nashua man facing charges after crash

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CHELMSFORD, Mass. – A Nashua man faces charges for driving while drunk and other offenses in connection with Sunday’s three-vehicle crash on U.S. 3, which claimed the life of a 63-year-old Hudson resident, police said. Massachusetts State Police as of late Monday hadn’t released the name ...

Minor injuries in rooming house blaze

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NASHUA – Although activated sprinklers assisted firefighters by holding in check an overnight apartment fire in the four-story Laton House downtown, fire officials expressed concerns Monday over the “large number” of residents who “ignored the sounding alarms” and failed to evacuate ...