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Polls show Biden and Sanders leading in N.H., Iowa and nationally

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NASHUA – Vermont voters initially elected Bernie Sanders to Congress in 1990 – and the self-proclaimed democratic socialist who wants to spend trillions of taxpayers’ dollars on new public programs has worked in Washington, D.C. ever since. Sanders, however, has nothing on Joe Biden, who ...

Indictments doled for alleged social media riot threats

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NASHUA – A grand jury has handed up indictments against three of the four local men whose alleged online video referring to an alleged plan to “take back this town (Merrimack)” resulted in riot and criminal threatening charges last fall. The video, posted through a popular social media ...

After travel to China, 2 in N.H. tested for virus

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NASHUA – New Hampshire is joining Hong Kong, Shanghai, Australia, France, Canada, Chicago, California and numerous other cities, states and countries throughout the world by warning of the deadly coronavirus. Monday, the same day China’s death toll from the virus rose to 81, New Hampshire ...

Stakeholders study childhood adversity

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NASHUA – Suicide and substance use disorder are only two of the the negative outcomes that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can lead to for an individual later in life. Recognizing the impact ACEs and adverse community environments can have on the city’s youngest community members, a ...

N.H. man arraigned on 14 charges

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NASHUA – A three-month-long extramarital affair a Lakes Region area woman told police she was having with Meredith resident Cameron Riley allegedly turned violent in a Nashua motel room on Jan. 2, according to police. While Riley, 33, admitted to being with the woman overnight at the ...

Town hall puts Bennet in home stretch

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NASHUA – Sunday’s town hall at Nashua’s Dr. Crisp Elementary School was the second of four events on Sunday’s agenda for Democratic presidential primary candidate Michael Bennet – and the one that put him one step closer to accomplishing his goal of hosting 50 town halls before the ...

Girls Night Out event is planned

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With the holidays well and truly over, all we’re left with is the dismal prospect of a couple of months more winter. As we fall into the seasonal routine, cabin fever begins to take over, and staring at the same four walls becomes an increasingly unwelcome proposition. Fortunately, Liquid ...

Former VP hosts campaign rally in Salem

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SALEM – Former Vice President Joe Biden said he wants to return America to national and international prominence by restoring the country’s image that, he said, has been tarnished by President Donald Trump. Biden’s remarks came at a campaign rally Saturday afternoon at Mary A. Fisk ...

Police find no ‘criminal offenses’ at Assessing Dept.

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NASHUA – After investigating a series of allegations Berkeley Street resident Laurie Ortolano made about the city’s assessing department, Nashua police cleared the office of any “criminal” wrongdoing. This is according to a police department intradepartmental communication obtained by ...

Ranking some silly Olympic sports

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The Olympics have gone from Ethiopian barefoot runner Abebe Bikila winning the gold in Rome in 1960, to the miracle on ice in 1980, as the men’s hockey team beat Finland for the goal and then Muhammed Ali lighting the Olympic torch in Atlanta in 1996, to the year 2020 Tokyo games, where ...

A backyard winter run with my Corgi Maisy breaking trail

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CENTER HARBOR – It is true that you can have too much snow. That is if you are a Corgi and you want to keep up with everyone else who is cross country skiing in the back yard or across the street on the lake. You need a snorkel if it gets up to 8 inches or so of new ...

Way Home, Friends of Aine seeking volunteers 

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Many nonprofits in Greater Nashua are frequently in need of volunteers. At the same time, many people in our city are looking for an organization with whom they can share their time and talent. Volunteer Greater Nashua, a website co-sponsored by United Way of Greater Nashua and The Telegraph ...

Kobe Bryant dies in California helicopter crash

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The Associated Press and other news sources are reporting that Kobe Bryant, the 18-time NBA All-Star who won five championships with the Los Angeles Lakers and became one of the greatest basketball players of his generation, died in a helicopter crash Sunday. He was 41. Bryant, who spent his ...

SLIDESHOW: Kobe Bryant through the years

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Kobe Bryant, the 18-time NBA All-Star who won five championships and became one of the greatest basketball players of his generation during a 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, died in a helicopter crash Sunday. He was 41. Following are a selection of photos.

Star Power

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NASHUA – Actress and activist Ashley Judd, known for film roles in “Kiss the Girls” and “Double Jeopardy,” campaigned for Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren on Friday at Liquid Therapy in Nashua. This week, while the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump takes place in ...

Alvirne High grad dies while working as police officer

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Katie Thyne, a 24-year-old police officer in Newport News, Virginia, and 2013 graduate of Hudson’s Alvirne High School, died after being dragged by a vehicle during a Thursday traffic stop. The driver is facing charges that include felony homicide, Newport News Police Chief Steve Drew said ...

Klobuchar looks to make late push in Iowa, N.H.

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NASHUA – Despite being in Washington, D.C., to serve as a juror in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial and also having to run a large campaign ahead of the Iowa caucuses, Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota continues racking up New Hampshire ...

Man indicted for attempted murder in church shooting

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NASHUA (AP) – Dale Holloway, the man accused of shooting a New Hampshire church pastor and bride during a wedding and later attacking his own attorney, has been formally indicted on two counts of attempted murder, among other charges, according to court paperwork. The January grand jury for ...

Foster Woes

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NEW YORK (AP) – Americans who have spent time in foster care are far more likely than other adults to lack a college degree, health insurance and a stable health care provider, according to a new federal analysis that is unprecedented in its scope. One striking finding in the report: Less ...