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Merrimack Town Council orders Wildcat Falls closed in its entirety

MERRIMACK – Bringing first-hand reports to the Town Council – backed up by photographic evidence – of illegal parking, vandalism, trash dumping, alcohol consumption, public urination and even sexual activity in parked vehicles in and around the Wildcat Falls Conservation Area, neighbors ...

Nashua library ready for ‘limited reopening’ on Monday

NASHUA – The hours will be a little shorter at first, and no more than 23 customers can be inside at once, but those minor restrictions won’t dampen the enthusiasm over this coming Monday’s “limited reopening” of the Nashua Public Library. Outreach and Marketing Librarian Carol Luers ...

Brady stepping down from post at St. Joseph’s

MERRIMACK – Jon Eriquezzo, for the past year the vice president of Meals on Wheels, a St. Joseph Community Services program, has been named SJCS president, succeeding longtime president Meghan Brady. Eriquezzo, whose official start date as president is Aug. 1, came to SJCS after several ...

Brady Sullivan supports Nashua PAC with donation

NASHUA – Brady Sullivan of Manchester, one of New England’s fastest growing property management companies, recently committed to a leadership gift of $100,000 to the Nashua Performing Arts Center through the New Hampshire Tax Credit Program according to Rich Lannan, president of Nashua ...

N.H. based true crime podcast partners with Facebook

CONCORD – If you’ve ever wondered what your favorite true crime podcast would look like with video, look no further. The New Hampshire-based podcast “Crime Writers On” and Facebook have announced a partnership which will bring a video version of the popular podcast to Facebook Watch. ...

The beauty of nature combined with the works of Beethoven

PUTNEY, Vt. – If you have never walked through the serene habitat of a wooded forest listening to selected works of Beethoven, then perhaps, you have never stepped foot into the woods. In existence for nearly 50 years, Yellow Barn, based in Putney, Vermont, is an international center for ...

100th Birthday Celebration

Jan Hieminga, who turned 100 on Wednesday, points out to his daughter, Ellen Antoinette, a surprise visitor to his "social distance parade party," in which dozens of friends and neighbors drove past his Nashua condo with decorated cars, signs and balloons. (Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP)

No one injured in gas-line mishap in Merrimack

MERRIMACK – Merrimack Fire and Police responded to a call for a gas leak in the area of Killian Court on July 3 2:45 pm. Merrimack Police arrived on scene quickly as the location is directly behind police headquarters. MPD found a vehicle which had driven over an in-ground 1,000 propane tank ...

Sununu ends 14-day quarantine for New Englanders visiting N.H.

CONCORD – Residents of New England can stay at New Hampshire hotels and short-term lodging as of today without the 14-day quarantine requirement and hospitals can start offering elective, non-time-sensitive surgeries with cases of COVID-19 continuing to decline, state officials announced on ...

State police body, dash cams to return, safety commissioner tells panel

CONCORD – Dashcams and body cams may be returning to the New Hampshire State Police cruisers and chests after about a 20-year hiatus. Safety Commissioner Robert Quinn said the state now has the funding and is “moving forward” with returning those recording devices to use. Quinn spoke ...

COVID-19 cases and deaths listed by nursing home

CONCORD – The state Department of Health and Human Services announced 2 additional deaths related to COVID-19 on Thursday. We offer our sympathies to the family and friends. They included a man and a woman from Hillsborough County, both older than 60. The state also announced 21 new ...

Car crashes into house narrowly missing elderly woman sitting on couch

MANCHESTER – A vehicle traveling West on Wellington Road in Manchester had a series of crashes before ending up inside a house and narrowly missing a woman on her couch. The female operating the vehicle rode on top of a guardrail and struck a utility pole that broke with live power lines ...

Better safe than soggy? Wet ballots worry election officials

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — When it comes to this fall's elections, officials are worried about both safety and soggy ballots. The secretary of state's office hosted an online meeting Thursday for town moderators to discuss preparations for the Sept. 8 state primary and Nov. 3 general election. ...

2 new COVID-19 deaths, 20 more cases in New Hampshire

CONCORD – The state Department of Health and Human Services announced 2 additional deaths related to COVID-19 on Wednesday. We offer our sympathies to the family and friends. They were two women from Hillsborough County, 60 years of age and older. The state also announced 20 new positive ...

Black voices resounding across New Hampshire in wake of Floyd’s death

It sadly may have taken the videotaped killing of a Black man by police almost half way across the country, but Rogers Johnson, president of the Seacoast NAACP, said people in New Hampshire and around the world are finally listening to the concerns of the Black community. Johnson’s had Gov. ...

Nashua library ready for ‘limited reopening’ on Monday

NASHUA – The Nashua Public Library is among a growing number of local establishments preparing to reopen for business. Outreach and Marketing Librarian Carol Luers Eyman said the library will go forward with a "limited reopening" this coming Monday, with slightly shorter hours and ...