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Salvation Army’s 12th annual festival continues at Sullivan Farm

NASHUA - With fresh apples and pumpkins, scarecrows and hay rides, fall is in full swing in the city, and with the season of falling leaves and crisp, cool air upon Nashua the Salvation Army kicked off their twelfth annual AppleFest at Sullivan Farm on 70 Colburn Avenue. Residents and ...

KidsWALK! looking for “AMAZING!” artists

NASHUA – With the upcoming fifteenth annual ArtWALK, which will take place throughout the city from Oct. 19 to Oct. 20, City Arts Nashua is still looking for submissions for the brand new KidsWalk! exhibit to be located in the Telegraph lobby at 110 Main St. With the hope of showcasing the ...

McCarthy holds first fundraiser

NASHUA - Coming together to celebrate the life of Brian McCarthy through the first fundraiser for the foundation in his name, members of the community and the Brian S. McCarthy Memorial Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, gathered at the Holiday Inn at 9 Northeastern Blvd. Saturday to raise ...

Nashua’s Fire Prevention Week begins

If you’re reading this a little on the early side this morning, and you have a little bit of time around 10 a.m., maybe take a ride over to the fork of Concord and Manchester streets, and join a bunch of firefighters past and present in their annual Memorial Sunday service. The ceremonies ...

Nashua Catholic school undergoing changes

NASHUA – In efforts to promote its new values, Nashua Catholic Junior Regional High School will be undergoing several changes over the course of the next few years. For Nashua Catholic Regional Junior High School, change is nothing new, as there have been many over the last 30 years. ...

TIMBER! Tree hits car, flim flam at 11?

If a purported, city-owned tree falls on your car, does it make a sound at City Hall? Last Wednesday night, I was driving up the hill on East Dunstable Road when suddenly a dead tree fell, narrowly missing my hood, but hitting the ground and then bouncing back up into the front and under ...

Vietnamese restaurant expands with arcade

NASHUA – Those of a certain age will remember pumping countless quarters, or tokens, into arcade machines such as Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Donkey Kong, while those perhaps a little younger got the same general experience with Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter and Gauntlet. One can now enjoy ...

Weld stands resolute in challenging Trump

HUDSON – Can a pro-immigration, pro-choice, pro-environmental protection Republican defeat President Donald Trump in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary? Former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld is determined to find out. On Friday, Weld brought his presidential campaign to ...

Pennichuck relocating to Nashua

NASHUA — “It is definitive – we are moving downtown,” Pennichuck Corp. CEO Larry Goodhue told The Telegraph on Friday. The water utility will be bringing up to 70 employees to the heart of downtown, as Pennichuck plans to relocate to the vacant former Nashua District Courthouse at the ...

Huntington residents walk to raise funds for breast cancer awareness

NASHUA — According to www.breastcancer.org, at least one in eight U.S. women will develop breast cancer during the course of her lifetime. The Huntington at Nashua residents acknowledge this and the disease’s prevalence. With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, they set out ...

Legos of Love: Area kid donates toys to sick kids

LONDONDERRY – When faced with the choice of buying a limited edition Lego set or buying Lego sets for sick children, Blake Gustitus, 10, of Londonderry, picks the latter. During the last few weeks, Gustitus has been raising money to buy Lego sets for patients at Boston Children’s Hospital ...

‘Oh, the Places You’ll Go’

NASHUA — If not for the Nashua Drug Court program, its participants would be facing a significant amount of jail time. However, select high-risk, high-need individuals are eligible for the program. After Thursday’s graduation ceremony, 46 people have completed the program. The latest ...

Officials address disorders

NASHUA – As the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) a young person encounters increases, so too does the likelihood that individual will be at-risk for suicide, substance use disorder and even early death. The lasting impacts of ACEs can wreak havoc on an individual as they ...

Positive Street Art provides hope to incarcerated women

CONCORD – While still paying their debts to society, inmates at the New Hampshire Correctional Facility for Women have the opportunity to express their visions for brighter days – thanks to the help of Nashua’s Manny Ramirez and Positive Street Art. With the help of Ramirez, who serves ...

A celebration of teachers at NEFie Awards

NASHUA — Thirteen educators received recognition Thursday evening during the Nashua Education Foundation (NEFie) Awards, a ceremony which seeks to acknowledge outstanding educators in the Nashua School District. For nearly a decade, members of the Nashua Education Foundation have worked ...

BAE partners with city for hybrid buses

NASHUA — City leaders still have a long way to go to achieve the goal of deriving 100% of their energy from renewable sources by 2050, but they are celebrating the debut of two electric hybrid buses that are expected to enter service in the coming weeks. Via a $1.1 million grant from ...

Sen. Hassan educates third-graders on government

NASHUA — U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., may find answering questions from the Washington, D.C. press corps to be a cinch after her Thursday quiz from Dr. Norman W. Crisp Elementary School third-graders. About 75 third-grade students sat eagerly in Ashlee Cataldo’s classroom ...

Jurors begin deliberations in Hudson man’s sex assault trial

NASHUA – The young woman with whom Hudson resident Ryan Reese is accused of having sex – despite, as prosecutors insist, the fact she was way too intoxicated to consent or resist – had been drinking, but she was “fine ... aware,” “coherent,” talking and walking just fine, Reese ...

WWII-era plane, days after visit in Nashua, crashes in Connecticut

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (AP) — Just three days after giving flight tours to those at Boire Field at the Nashua Airport, a World War II-era B-17 bomber crashed and burned at the Hartford airport, killing at least seven of the 13 people on board. Last week, the Wings of Freedom tour arrived at ...

Students promote health and safety on Walk to School Day

MERRIMACK – From distracted drivers, to off-leash dogs, to construction work, some students who walk or bicycle to school on a daily basis encounter many potential perils. Recognizing this, more than 50 James Mastricola Upper Elementary students, along with school faculty members, ...