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Nashua man accused of sex assault avoids jail
KEENE — A Nashua man facing prison time for sexual assault charges is free after he entered into a plea agreement on Tuesday. Antonio Smith, 29, of 111 Palm St., Nashua, was indicted last year on two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault by a Chesire County grand jury.
Hudson's Still Life Home Consignment to close its doors
HUDSON - Ava Mei Wong is sad her grandparents' consignment shop will soon close, but she takes heart in the countless memories she's made there. But if Wong had to pick her favorite experience while working at Still Life Home Consignment on Tower Street, working with the family dog Elsie is it. A wh
UPDATE: Parents held without bail after police say 1-year-old daughter hospitalized with fentanyl in her body
LAWRENCE — The parents of a 1-year-old girl were held without bail Tuesday morning at their court arraignment on drug charges after their daughter was hospitalized because she had fentanyl in her body.
Suspicious behavior at hot dog stand leads to arrest for fake license plate
MARLBOROUGH — A Hudson man reportedly acting strangely at Doug’s Dogs on Main Street was arrested Friday when police allegedly found drug paraphernalia in his car, which also had a fake license plate attached.
In State of The City address, Donchess says Nashua is expanding and pushing ahead
NASHUA -- Announcing the creation of a new Rail Yard District, improvements to traffic congestion in the south end of the city and a new financial plan for significant middle school upgrades, Mayor Jim Donchess said Tuesday the city is expanding and pushing ahead.
Nashua remembers Brian McCarthy as mentor, friend and servant to the city
NASHUA — Remembered as a mentor, friend and servant of the city, the life of Brian McCarthy was celebrated on Tuesday by Nashua’s leaders. “We had some great captains of our ship,” said Alderman Mike O’Brien, adding McCarthy served as the navigator of that ship for 25 years.
Craig Holt's basketball notes: Defense keeps AMSA boys on target
The Advanced Math and Science Academy boys' basketball team enjoyed a good run last season, winning the Colonial Athletic League Small Schools Division with an 8-0 record and qualifying for the Central Mass. Division 4 Tournament.
Dunkin' Donuts employee saves man's life in New Hampshire
CANDIA, N.H. (WCAX) A New Hampshire man is alive thanks to a Dunkin' Donuts worker who knew exactly what to do when he had a heart attack. Surveillance video shows the moment 29-year old David Wood collapsed in front of his truck at a Candia rest stop after suffering a heart attack.
Harris plans to campaign ‘hard’ in New Hampshire
MANCHESTER – Never once mentioning him by name, Kamala Harris drew sharp contrasts between herself and President Donald Trump during her Tuesday morning speech at Saint Anselm College.
Family of man killed at construction site: 'Our hearts are shattered'
SALEM — The funeral for a construction worker from North Attleboro killed Friday at a Salem condo site will be held Saturday. Daniel McEvoy, 30, who was married with a 4-year-old son, suffered fatal internal injuries when the excavator he was operating slid and rolled over as he attempted to move it
New Hampshire man struck in head with pellets while hunting in Somerset County
PLEASANT RIDGE PLANTATION — A New Hampshire man was injured Tuesday morning while he was out hunting for snowshoe hare and was struck with pellets fired from a shotgun shot by a teenage hunter, authorities said.
DGA eyes Vermont and New Hampshire as top 2020 targets
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City Arts Nashua presents its 9th Annual Psychic Fair – we’ll be expecting you!
NASHUA, NH – City Arts Nashua’s 9th Annual Psychic Fair has expanded hours and has added two new readers, due to the event’s popularity. Each year the Psychic Fair is held in the reading room of the historic Hunt Memorial Building in downtown Nashua, a beautiful and serene setting for the event, dre
Ready for sunshine: Insider’s take on high school trip
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of articles from Nashua High School South senior Abbey Rowe, who is reporting the adventures of nearly 70 local high school students on their trip to Hawaii.
2 more police officers being investigated following audit
SALEM, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Attorney General's Office says it's investigating two more high-ranking police officers in Salem following the release of a department audit.
Used Hot Tub For The Taking on Side of a Road in New Hampshire
Hill, New Hampshire is a town of a little over 1000 people a little over 20 miles from Laconia. You would think not much out of the ordinary would happen here until a hot tub showed up in a snowbank on the side of a road.
New safety alert system for schools
“If we can’t put our kids on a school bus and truly believe that they’re going to be safe, then nothing else matters,” Gov. Chris Sununu said in his State of the State Address, a year ago this week.
Massachusetts Man Wanted For Kidnapping Nabbed In Mexico; Child Reunited With Mother
LOWELL, Lass. — Fillemom De Lima, 37, of Lawrence, MA, who is wanted for Parental Kidnapping, is being held by Mexican authorities after an investigation led the Lowell Police and FBI to Mexico City, Mexico.
Property owner alleges wrongdoing by city
NASHUA – Berkeley Street resident Laurie Ortolano alleges “deceit-fraud-bad faith-unsworn falsification” and several other claims in a complaint filed against the Nashua Assessing Department.
Parents charged after girl tests positive for fentanyl
LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) - Police have arrested a Massachusetts couple whose 1-year-old daughter tested positive for the powerful opioid fentanyl. McDanner Pereyra and Jennifer Ouch, of Lawrence, appeared in court Tuesday on drug trafficking and weapons charges and were held without bail pending a dange