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Community News

Opioid Task Force to convene

NASHUA – The Mayor’s Opioid Task Force will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in the auditorium at City Hall, 229 Main St.

Planning Board meeting on tap

NASHUA – The Nashua Planning Board will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the auditorium at City Hall, 229 Main St. Budget Rev

Budget Review Committee meeting

NASHUA – The Nashua Budget Review Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Aldermanic Chamber of City Hall, 229 Main St.

Chill doesn’t deter young anglers at Nashua fishing derby

It wasn't quite a glorious late April Saturday morning, at least weatherwise, but participants in the Nashua Parks & Recreation's annual Horse Pond Fish and Game Club fishing derby didn't seem to mind a bit. Sponsored by the city, the Fish and Game Club and the Nashua National Fish ...

Souhegan School Budget: Doing more with less

AMHERST – More efficient bus routes, more courses per teacher, more thrifty purchasing. Those are among the possible cost reductions school officials will examine as they try to reduce Souhegan High School’s operating budget by 5 percent next year. Five percent was the target the ...

First Congregational Church organist steps down after 34 years

MILFORD – In 1985 Ben Mague came here to the First Congregational Church and built an organ. At the time, the church was also in need of someone to play the organ, so Mague took the position. Thirty-four years later no one is surprised the organ is still here – tracker pipe organs can ...

One kid’s memories of ‘Jarrin’ John

The kid from Nashua noticed the highways getting busier, the narrow streets becoming narrower and the buildings growing taller as the old station wagon, conspicuous with its New Hampshire license plates and its “normal” driver, crept closer and closer to an open space marked by a sign ...

Spring has Sprung

As warm weather rolls in with the start of spring, trees in the city will start budding, bring lush colors to parks around Nashua.

Adopted road cleaned by CAMP Systems volunteers

Earth Day celebrations throughout the world were echoed in Merrimack by volunteers from CAMP Systems International, a worldwide business aviation industry aircraft maintenance and regulatory compliance enterprise, operational for more than 50 years. The Merrimack firm is based in an office ...

Symphony NH to announce new music director

NASHUA – The 18-month search for the next music director of the state’s oldest professional orchestra, Symphony NH, will end during the annual Maestro Dinner, set for 6 p.m. May 13 at Nashua Country Club. Each year, Symphony NH conducts the dinner to announce the new season’s concert ...

Play Ball: City reaches Holman Stadium use agreement with Silver Knights

NASHUA – The city will receive $1,000 per game, plus 40% of the revenue from concession sales, for Nashua Silver Knights games played at Holman Stadium, according to an agreement officially approved this week. John Creedon Jr. bought the baseball team franchise with the agreement of paying ...

2nd Nature Academy offering scholarships

NASHUA – The 2nd Nature Academy is looking for well-rounded and creative learners. It is offering 12 scholarships to qualifying students for a four-year high school education. As noted in the school’s mission statement, the educational community is “student-centered with core values ...

Community rallies together to support local family

HUDSON – The community of Presentation of Mary Academy has recently come together to serve a local family. Students were challenged by Principal Sister Maria Rosa to make sacrifices during the Lent season. Students were not allowed to ask parents for money, and instead make sacrifices to ...

Girls Inc. auction promotes girl power

NASHUA – Officials at Girls Inc. of New Hampshire continue bringing girl power to the Granite State, and with their record-breaking auction at the Nashua Courtyard Marriott, the organization continues work to provide life-changing experiences to girls at their Nashua and Manchester ...

Fifth annual Spartan Spring Carnival underway

NASHUA – School bells have sounded, releasing the young classroom-bound masses for a week-long spring vacation, but the fifth annual Spartan Spring Carnival brought many of them back to Nashua High School South for carnival games, rides, and warm fried pillows of sugar-dusted dough. Arrive ...

Hepatitis A clinic targets food service workers

NASHUA – As public health officials across the country work to spread awareness and combat the current hepatitis A outbreak, officials with the Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services are targeting a specific population this week: food service workers. The division is hosting ...

Family Fun Day on tap May 11 at Nashua High School South

NASHUA – Lil’ Iguana’s Family Fun Day will return to Nashua High School South next month, featuring Laser Tag, escape rooms, live stage shows and much more. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 11, the high school, located at 36 Riverside St. in Nashua, will be packed with families for this ...

$5,000 Brodsky scholarship prize to be awarded

Some high School journalism students are up for the $5,000 Brodsky Prize, named after Jeffrey Brodsky, a former high school journalist who grew up in Manchester. Nearly 30 years ago, Brodsky was a student at Manchester’s Central High School and was serving as co-editor of the school’s ...

United Way is raising funds for roses

NASHUA – Organizers with the United Way of Greater Nashua will deliver 100 dozen roses to local homeless and sheltered mothers to put smiles on their faces on Mother’s Day, May 12. The nonprofit is partnering with UPS Inc. to deliver a dozen roses to mothers involved with seven area ...