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Woeful attempt?

Past letters to the Editor by this writer have been more deeply researched and considered, but this one is pure response to the decision of the Telegraph to publish Dean Shalhoup’s article covering Indigenous People’s Day.  The article’s slightest reference to wrongs done by European ...

Expect to pay more for fuel

Since 2002, energy efficiency measures have saved New Hampshire customers more than $3.1 billion. Not all households can afford solar panels or a Tesla, but with NHSaves, our statewide energy efficiency program, customers received up to $8,000 to weatherize their home to stay cozy while keeping ...

Keep police commission as is

My background, I was co-chairman of the conservation commission. When I opposed the mayor’s plan to bulldoze Southwest Park for soccer fields, which according to the city’s own survey is the second-most important wildlife area in Nashua (possibly first now that Pennichuck has been ...

How to cope with physical changes resulting from cancer treatment

Among American and Canadian women, breast cancer ranks as either the most commonly occurring cancer or a close second. The World Cancer Research Fund says there were two million new cases of breast cancer in 2018 across the globe, while the American Cancer Society notes the chance that a woman ...

Was this just a coincidence?

Let the games begin. Maybe it was just a coincidence that one team of candidates for Alderman-at-Large didn’t appear at the League of Women Voters Forum on Wednesday night. They all had carefully-crafted statements read by a library staff member, but apparently, all three had prior ...

If it ain’t broke don’t fix it

Mayor Jim Donchess has a solution looking for a problem. For the past 120 years the Nashua Police Commissioners have been appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Executive Council in an effort to keep this bipartisan commission away from local politics. The system has worked ...