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SEWA volunteers deliver meals to Lamprey

NASHUA – A group of student volunteers and other generous folks delivered 70 meals on July 8 to Lamprey Health Care, 128 NH-27, Raymond and to 22 Prospect St., Nashua. Priya Shokeen, a senior at Nashua High South, orchestrated the delivery through the organization SEWA International. ...

Storm clouds hang over Trump’s attempted campaign reboot

MIAMI (AP) — Friday was supposed to be the day President Donald Trump's campaign reboot itself got a reboot. Instead, it hit another snag. Amid uncertainty over whether he can still draw big and enthusiastic crowds to his signature rallies in the coronavirus era, Trump postponed a planned ...

Lawmaker tells panel about father’s murder

CONCORD – State Rep. Renny Cushing spoke about his father’s murder at the hands of an off-duty Hampton police officer in 1988. Others talked about the need for more police training as the new Commission on Law Enforcement Accountability, Community and Transparency continued taking testimony ...

Chanler at Cliff Walk a spectacular summer getaway

Picture an emerald expanse of lawn, rippling white shade umbrellas, waves breaking along an empty beach, and then imagine being surrounded by purple hydrangea, pink rhododendron, sea rose and daisy, and you have the perfect excuse to travel to Newport for a picnic. After months in lockdown and ...

Nashua motor vehicle, assessing department partially reopen

NASHUA – Nashua’s Motor Vehicle and Assessing Departments partially reopened last week for in-person transactions. The Nashua Public Library also reopened on July 6, offering limited in-person services. All other essential city services will continue to be conducted as they have for the ...

Kuster helps introduce Drug-Free Communities Pandemic Relief Act

CONCORD – U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, N.H.-02, founder and co-chair of the Bipartisan Opioid Task Force, joined Reps. Harley Rouda, Calif.-48, and Ted Budd, N.C.-13,to introduce the bipartisan Drug-Free Communities Pandemic Relief Act. This bill would help ensure Drug-Free Communities coalitions ...

Photographer Chris Bower views the world one frame at a time

NASHUA - The art of photography was something that Chris Bower always had an interest in, but the proverbial flash of the bulb didn’t come until after he had graduated college and moved to Texas with his wife Jennifer in the early ‘70s. “That’s when I started getting serious,” he ...

Trump in battleground Florida, postpones New Hampshire rally

MIAMI (AP) — President Donald Trump made it to the critical battleground state of Florida on Friday to raise campaign cash and tend to issues of high interest there for his base supporters. But his efforts to relaunch travel after a hiatus caused by a surge in coronavirus cases hit a new snag ...

Hassan, Landerman-Garber of Hollis visit N.H. Veterans Home

TILTON – U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan and Laura Landerman-Garber of Hollis visited the New Hampshire State Veterans Home today to drop off cards to veterans that were written by Granite Staters as part of the Cards 2 Connect program. Senator Hassan and Landerman-Garber announced the Cards 2 ...

FBI technicians searching for remain in Methuen; possibly of Manchester man

METHUEN, Mass. – A Federal Bureau of Investigations Evidence Response team continued Thursday to use excavators to move a large amount of dirt and search for what sources say is human remains. The area being searched is behind 100 Milk St., located very close to the Loop Mall in Methuen. ...

N.H. utility regulators grant hearing on halting service

CONCORD — Utility consumers at risk of having their service disconnected for non-payment will have an opportunity to voice their concerns about ending the moratorium July 15. The state Consumer Advocate petitioned the Public Utilities Commission to establish emergency rules after an ...

Sununu scraps news conference raising speculation about Trump rally

CONCORD – Gov. Chris Sununu’s office cancelled his regular news conference on Thursday setting off speculation about why he would not provide a COVID-19 update or take questions from the media with his regular audience tuning in on WMUR. Sununu’s office gave no reason for cancelling the ...

Retired officer questions police shooting in letter to new panel

CONCORD – Citizens from all walks of life are sending written testimony and attending remote meetings of the new Commission on Law Enforcement Accountability, Community and Transparency, people like retired Nashua police officer Tony Pivero. Pivero wrote to the commission detailing what he ...

Two new COVID-19 deaths, 20 more cases Wednesday

CONCORD – The state Department of Health and Human Services announced two additional deaths related to COVID-19 on Wednesday. They are two women from Hillsborough County, both 60 years of age and older. The state also announced 20 new positive test results for COVID-19. There have now been ...

Paid family and medical leave heading to governor’s desk

CONCORD - On Wednesday, HB 712, a comprehensive, bipartisan paid family and medical leave bill was signed by the Senate president. It will next be delivered to the Secretary of State before heading to the governor's desk where he will have five business days to sign, veto, or allow the bill to ...

Sununu to greet Trump, but skip Portsmouth rally

CONCORD – Gov. Chris Sununu said he will not attend President Donald Trump’s campaign rally Saturday night in Portsmouth but will greet him wearing a face mask. The state does not have a requirement to wear masks in public nor a ban on public gatherings, Sununu said, but urged the ...