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Community preparing to honor Capt. Ryan Phaneuf, USAF

HUDSON – Preparations are underway for the wake and funeral of Capt. Ryan Phaneuf, with services happening this week in Hudson. Currently, the Hudson Fire and Hudson Police departments are working to support the family during this time and are asking if the businesses in town would assist in ...

Hudson Community Calendar

MONDAY, FEB. 24 • TOWN HALL: Citizen’s Traffic Advisory Committee — 7 p.m., Town Hall - Board of Selectmen Meeting Room, 12 School St. • TOWN HALL: Sustainability Committee — 7 p.m., Town Hall - Buxton Room, 12 School St., agenda available at hudsonnh.gov. TUESDAY, FEB. 25 • ...

Alvirne senior backs Article 1

Editor’s note: The following is a guest column that addresses the upcoming March 10 vote in Hudson as it relates to the annual school district election ballot. Hello, Hudson. I have debated writing this, but I have decided to go for it. I know many people are still against the renovation to ...

Publisher embraces Hudson-Litchfield community; new pages launch

Welcome, dear readers, to the first installment of our Greater Hudson Hub pages, which debut in today’s Sunday Telegraph. We hope this will become your community connection to Hudson, Litchfield and beyond. The Telegraph long has provided home delivery service along with an e-edition and ...

Scientific exploration

A first grader at H.O. Smith Elementary School Early Learning Center in Hudson work with lasers during an on-site visit by Xploration ALC. Xploration provides STEM enrichment learning to elementary school children throughout southern New Hampshire. Led by an experienced STEM (Science, ...

Club: Rotary speakers engaging, relevant

HUDSON – The past few weeks, Hudson-Litchfield Rotary members have heard from a diverse selection of dynamic speakers from several organizations, including the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire, the Homeland Heroes Foundation and the New Hampshire Department of Safety. More recently, on Feb. ...

Library Fun

Jacob Brier and Aria Lessard, top photo, work on a puzzle Friday at Rodgers Memorial Library, 194 Derry Road, Hudson. Hudson schools are on Winter Break Monday through Friday this week, and the library is offering a variety of activities. More information and a complete schedule of activities, ...

Street Pianos 2020

NASHUA – Darrell’s Music Hall, Forever Amber, Great American Downtown, and North Main Music are proud to announce that participants in the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua’s Future Fine Artists program has been selected to paint a piano for the 2020 Nashua Street Piano ...

Nashua woman leads local Girl Scout troop

NASHUA – Described as a “super Girl Scout” who is an asset to her troop, community and council, Jacie Crump of Nashua has been named the Volunteer of the Month for February by Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains, the council serving all of New Hampshire and Vermont. Crump, 41, ...

Late Friday fire displaces family

NASHUA -- Fire officials received calls from a neighbor of 14 Traders Way at 9:15 p.m. reporting the neighbor’s house was on fire. Several other people in the area also called 911. When officials reached the scene, they saw heavy fire. They set up lines and ladders, while performing searches ...

Merrimack exploring school complex renovations

MERRIMACK – Town officials are evaluating designs for a potential future upgrade of the campus surrounding Merrimack High School. Planning and Building Committee Chair Rich Hendricks said rather than looking at the single need of a building as has usually been the case, they are looking at ...

The Jenny Fund sets third annual ‘Fun’raiser’

NASHUA – Community members are gearing up to celebrate The Jenny Fund’s third annual Fun’raiser, in honor of former Nashua resident Jennifer Gureckis, who lost her life after a six-year battle with brain cancer on April 23, 2017. Shortly after Jenny’s death, her family started The ...

Clean Water – Nashua school helping Nigerians

NASHUA – While teaching children empathy and compassion for those who don’t have access to clean water, organizers with the Thank You Project teamed up with students at Nashua’s 2nd Nature Academy on Thursday to raise money to provide resources to the Nigerian communities of Ututu and ...

Judge directs Nashua man with a criminal history toward treatment program

NASHUA – Due to a criminal record that allegedly features some 24 convictions, including numerous failures to appear in court, setting 37-year-old Robert Ryan’s bail at $50,000 cash or surety is quite appropriate, a Hillsborough County prosecutor told a Superior Court judge ...

Hollis Old Home Sept. 13-14

HOLLIS – It’s time for Hollis Old Home Days. Enjoy delicious food, place your bid at the silent auction, buy unique items at the artisan market, hop on a carnival ride and watch the fireworks – fun for the entire family. Last year’s free shuttle was such a hit, fair officials have ...

City makes plans for $5.2 million surplus

By ADAM URQUHART Staff Writer NASHUA – From allocating $150,000 toward the cost of a new boat ramp, to spending $65,000 for flashing signals at downtown crosswalks, Mayor Jim Donchess is making big plans for the $5.2 million surplus the city has left over from the fiscal 2019 ...

New thrift shop opens today

NASHUA – Many teachers in the U.S. have to spend a portion of their paychecks to stock their classrooms with extra supplies, such as pencils and notebooks because those costs are often not figured into budgets. This may soon change for teachers in the Greater Nashua area, however. Teacher ...

Preliminary Riverfront lighting plans unveiled

NASHUA – Lights on the underside of the Main Street Bridge could soon create a glimmer in the Nashua River, thanks to the city’s tax increment financing plan for the Downtown Riverfront lighting project. Commonly known as TIF, tax increment financing is a system that allows governments to ...

25+ nonprofits to benefit from United Way ‘Over the Edge’ fundraiser

NASHUA – Looking down over a 24-story building is likely to lead to excitement, uneasiness, fear and number of other human emotions. Those daring enough to stand at the top of the Brady Sullivan Tower, 1000 Elm St., Manchester, on June 27 and 28 in support of more than 25 nonprofits during ...

Donchess files for re-election

NASHUA – By submitting 135 petitions at the City Clerk’s Office on Monday, Mayor Jim Donchess officially filed for re-election, seeking his second consecutive term in office – and his fourth overall term. Opening for petitions for election to the Mayor’s office started at 8 a.m. Monday ...