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Judge tosses developer’s suit against city

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NASHUA – In denying a Bedford developer’s bid seeking copious documents from the city under the state’s Right-to-Know law, Judge Charles Temple went on to chastise the firm for “flooding” city officials “with a barrage of unreasonable, voluminous and burdensome requests under the ...

Brian McCarthy, longtime city alderman, has died

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NASHUA – Longtime city alderman and current board president Brian McCarthy died early Monday morning, shortly after being stricken in Foxborough, Mass. "Alderman McCarthy served the city as a highly respected member of the Board of Aldermen for 25 years, including five terms as Board ...

Judge weighs murder suspect’s competency

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NASHUA – Experts were questioned and segments of phone calls Devin Tappan made from prison were played by prosecutors, as the sides in Tappan’s murder case addressed, at his most recent hearing last week, the topic of his competency to stand trial. Tappan, who turned 32 last week, is ...

Election Day polling times and locations

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According to the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s Office, polls will be open Election Day as follows: Nashua: All polls open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Locations: Ward 1 - Broad Street Elementary School Ward 2 - Charlotte Avenue Elementary Ward 3 - Amherst Street Elementary Ward 4 - Ledge ...

Solar farm at Brox eyed

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MILFORD – Town officials are looking at two competing proposals for a large-scale solar energy project on the town-owned Brox property. A representative from Granite Apollo, a Manchester-based solar power development company, told selectmen last week the company would like to lease 119.6 ...

Soup’s On: New eatery opens in Milford

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MILFORD – A bowl of hot, perfectly seasoned soup is almost comforting enough to make us forget the cold reality that May is seven months away. That’s the aim of Ellen Muckstadt, who recently opened Wicked Pissah Chowder on South Street, offering 10 varieties of her homemade soups, plus ...

Planning Board OKs Colonel Shepard project

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MILFORD – The historic Col. Shepard House on Mont Vernon Street will be turned into an events center. Last week, the planning board gave conditional approval to Turtle Creek Properties for a change of use for the pre-Revolutionary War residence. Cynthia Dokmo, of Amherst, part of Turtle ...

Milford neighbors donate 30 acres of conservation land

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MILFORD – For almost two years, neighbors worked with neighbors on Melendy Road in Milford to permanently protect 30 acres of land. The jointly owned land abuts Granite Town Rail Trail. Now, thanks to their generosity, the Milford Conservation Commission will protect the land with the ...

Hudson standoff ends with arrest

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HUDSON – A roughly four-hour police standoff with a suspect last seen inside a Barbara Lane residence late Saturday morning ended without incident, police said, when the suspect was located and taken into custody. Police said the incident began around 11 a.m. Saturday, when officers ...

Two killed in overnight Nashua crash

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NASHUA – Officials said early Monday that two people were killed in a crash on Bridge Street in Nashua late Sunday night. Few details have been released at this time, as police and public safety officials continue to investigate the crash. The two people were killed when the car they were ...

Annual gala honors veterans, raises funds

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NASHUA – The 7th annual Nashua Salute Our Soldiers Gala Saturday evening at the Sky Meadow Country Club honored the many men and women protecting the nation’s freedoms. This was the first year the event was hosted at Sky Meadow, which was decked out with red, white and blue lights and ...

The Telegraph’s ‘Wild Wednesday’ edition coming soon

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NASHUA – With the ghosts, goblins and ghouls retreating into the darkness for another year, Tom Turkey has emerged from his slumber, officially ushering in the holiday season. Tom’s annual strut also means Black Friday deals are just around the corner, too, and so is The Telegraph’s ...

Featured Fare: Travel Channel comes to Mr. Mac’s

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TYNGSBOROUGH, Mass. – With local, regional and national awards under its belt, Mr. Mac’s Macaroni & Cheese is moving on to the big screen, as the Travel Channel’s Food Paradise television show filmed a segment there Saturday, featuring two of their most popular dishes. Crews were ...

Milford’s Indoor Farmers Market draws crowd

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MILFORD – The Milford Winter Farmers Market moved inside for the first indoor market of the season on Saturday. Now that cold weather is starting to settle in, operations have transitioned to the Milford Town Hall Auditorium at 1 Union Square. The market features live music, winter ...

Not your average antique shop

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NASHUA – A small business in Nashua is aiming to keep things fresh and fun. Snap! It’s Vintage, run by Regina and Edward Lang, takes antique shopping to a whole new level. The shop, which is located at 33 Main St., has been hanging around for four years now. It started off as a small shop ...

New Hampshire elections set

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NASHUA – Gov. Chris Sununu hopes a balanced budget and a thriving economy will be enough to convince New Hampshire voters to give the Republican a second two-year term. After all, a record 741,480 New Hampshire residents are now working in the state. However, Democratic challenger Molly ...

New Church to conduct services at Nashua school

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NASHUA – Members of a new church will conduct their first service in Nashua this weekend at one of the city’s high schools. Legacy Church officials are launching their first service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at Nashua High School North. They will be renting out space from the school to conduct ...