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Greater Nashua

GMSV Chamber to host 18th annual ‘Best of’ awards

HOLLIS - The Greater Merrimack Souhegan Valley Chamber of Commerce will gather at Alpine Grove on Sept. 27 to honor 300 southern New Hampshire businesses who have proven themselves as the region’s best in their given industry. Chamber President and CEO Liz Calabria said ballots are sent out ...

Ex-Sen. Andy Sanborn hearing on gaming license revocation is Oct. 3

CONCORD — The Lottery Commission scheduled an adjudicative hearing at the request of Concord Casino owner Andy Sanborn to contest the state’s findings that he is unfit to hold a charity casino operator’s license. The hearing will be held before the Liquor Commission and Attorney ...

Christie speaks to college students about tuition and education

HENNIKER - Continuing his run for the White House, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called attention to the rising cost of college tuition and the country’s education system during his Sept. 12 Town Hall at New England College. “The role of the federal government in higher education ...

Eighth annual Water Walk raises $7K for Nigerian wells

NASHUA - More than 100 residents throughout Greater Nashua joined Charles Okorie, chairman of Thank You Project, for his organization’s eighth annual Water Walk fundraiser at Greeley Park on Sept. 16. Participants walked from the park to the Nashua River on Franklin Street where they filled ...

Senate ditches dress code as Fetterman and others choose casual clothes

WASHINGTON (AP) — The stuffy Senate is now a bit less formal. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Monday that staff for the chamber's Sergeant-at-Arms — the Senate's official clothes police — will no longer enforce a dress code on the Senate floor. The change comes after Pennsylvania Sen. ...