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Charges in three cases settled with plea

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NASHUA – A plea agreement that involves only suspended prison time but orders the defendant, Krystal Kenny of Manchester, to behave and enter recommended counseling and treatment programs has settled several charges she accumulated in three separate Superior Court cases within 11 ...

Recount favors Dem in Dist. 5

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MONT VERNON – A recount team in the state archives in Concord recently overturned the Election Day result for House District 5, a floterial district for Mont Vernon and New Boston. The recount gives Democrat Donna Mombourquette the seat, according to media reports. Republican Rep. Gerald ...

Post Office hours

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NASHUA – In celebration of Thanksgiving, Post Offices across the state will be closed on Thursday and there will be no mail delivery. Full delivery and retail operations will resume on Friday. However, the online Post Office is open 24/7.

Ready for More Snow

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Nashua Street Department employees on Monday load a truck with winter sand in preparation for a winter storm expected to last through much of today. The National Weather Service on Monday predicted as much as six inches of snow would accumulate by 2 p.m. today. City officials said they are ...

Harbor Homes works to keep homeless vets safe

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NASHUA – The city’s homeless population includes an uncertain number of U.S. military veterans, but officials with Harbor Homes Inc. are doing their best to get these heroes back in stable housing situations. Nashua received its accreditation for ending veteran homelessness through the ...

Coalition aims to help local families in need

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NASHUA – The Gate City is a known for helping families in need. As the holidays approach, many organizations around Nashua are taking strides to ensure families can be happy this season. GateCity Community Coalition is one organization whose members are working to serve community members ...

Judge grants PR bail in city man’s sex

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NASHUA – A prosecutor recommended jail for city resident Michael Dukette, who reportedly acknowledged performing inappropriate acts in the presence of a 4-year-old girl as she slept. However, Dukette’s attorney, Anthony Naro, worked to thwart the argument that Dukette is a danger to the ...

Migrants are fearful after protests

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TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) – Many Central American migrants camped in Tijuana after crossing Mexico in a caravan said Monday that a protest over the weekend by residents demanding they leave frightened them and left them even more anxious while they try to get into the United States. The angry ...

Year in jail for Woods

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NASHUA – Wayne Woods, one of 29 people arrested in Nashua during February’s statewide drug sweep, which netted 151 arrests in all, was sentenced Monday to a year in Valley Street jail. Woods, 38, of 36 Foxwood Circle in Manchester, entered guilty pleas earlier this month to three felony ...

Nashua business owners partake in Entrepreneurship Forum

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MANCHESTER – Two Nashua business owners participated in the Innovate New Hampshire Entrepreneurship Forum, hosted by U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., in Manchester on Nov. 13. Nancy Pearson, director of the Center for Women & Enterprise Director Nancy Pearson and American Apothecary ...

Nashua solid waste collection schedule

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NASHUA – Normal pickups of recyclables, trash and soft yard wastes will occur Monday through Wednesday. On Thursday, the Four Hills Landfill will be closed and there will be no curbside collections on that day. Thursday’s routes will be picked up on Friday and Friday’s routes will be ...

Hunt Community executive director named

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NASHUA – Silverstone Living CEO Peter Warecki announced the appointment of Gary Zabierek as executive director of The Hunt Community. Zabierek succeeds Susan Meuse who recently retired. “Gary joins Hunt Community bringing with him significant leadership experience in our industry most ...

Granite State Baseball Dinner a hit

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OK, so it certainly isn't often that New Hampshire is at or even near the center of the baseball universe. But with Major League Baseball's 2018 Most Valuable Player, Manager of the Year, and Cy Young Award announcements in the rear view mirror, the annual Granite State Baseball Dinner at the ...

Holiday paper will be stuffed with bargains

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NASHUA – Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of savings are on the way for area residents – courtesy of Saint Nichols, local retailers and The Telegraph – in the newspaper’s special Thanksgiving Day edition. The Telegraph’s holiday edition – set to go on sale a full day early ...

Novemberfest race makes running fun – and funny – for 20th year

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NASHUA – Looking as orange as ever, nary a single strand of his trademark coiffed hair out of place, President Trump lumbered his way toward an opening in the crowd that formed in downtown Nashua Sunday morning, after word got out that he might show off a few of his dance moves with a good ...

Holiday farmers market makes debut

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NASHUA – The fruits, vegetables, breads, cheeses and assorted seasonal foods and goodies featured at the summer Nashua Farmers Market, which went indoors in October, are now joined by holiday-themed gifts as the shopping season gets underway. A steady parade of early shoppers turned out for ...

Merrimack man arrested twice in 12 hours, faces multiple charges

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MERRIMACK – Police say officers arrested Merrimack resident Tyler Thomson twice within 12 hours over the weekend, first for allegedly damaging a person’s property and stealing his or her cell phone, then for allegedly returning to the scene in violation of the newly-issued no-contact ...

Pilgrim Church members host 120th Heritage Fair

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A hundred gift baskets for sale and scores of holiday gifts and edibles were the stars of the 120th annual Heritage Fair recently hosted by members of Pilgrim Congregational Church, in Nashua. The event on Saturday, Nov. 17, at the United Church of Christ affiliate, one founded in 1685 and ...

Lil’ Iguana’s annual craft fair a success; big things on way

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NASHUA – Longstanding nonprofit Lil’ Iguana hosted a large craft fair and raffle Saturday, featuring more than 100 vendors, crafters and area businesses. The Lil’ Iguana’s Children’s Safety Foundation’s Craft Fair and Raffle took over the gymnasium inside Nashua High School North ...