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Main Street parking tip: Keep tab of parking receipt for reference
NASHUA – A reminder from the Nashua Parking Department is offered here. The pay-and-display tickets issued from Main Street pay stations have a frequently overlooked feature – a perforated, detachable tab that notes the expiration time for the parking space.
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From Nashua, N.H., to Obama’s MBK Rising! in Oakland, Jordan Thompson is a keeper of the community
Sitting in a former Nashua firehouse, Jordan Thompson is fanning the flames of change. For the first time in decades, there’s a city-ordained Black History Month celebration Saturday. And Thompson, by request of the mayor’s office, organized the program.
Gov. Chris Sununu: A budget for all the people of New Hampshire
The voters of New Hampshire sent us to Concord to put people first, and the state budget that I presented to the Legislature last week does exactly that. Built on fiscally conservative revenue estimates, it contains no gimmicks or empty promises. It’s a budget that focuses on prioritized needs, and
On Valentine's Day, sharing the love for Nashua's Safe Stations
NASHUA — It’s the compassion that made the difference. Natacha Davis stood before 300 people at a Valentine’s Day first responders breakfast and told them how the caring she found at a Nashua fire station last year helped her to finally overcome the substance use disorder she had struggled with for
NHIAA wrestling: Bow wins Division III; Hollis/Brookline tops Division II
Eight wrestlers earned top-three finishes to help Bow High School win its first ever NHIAA Division III championship Saturday at Pelham High School. The Falcons finished runner-up to Plymouth both last year and in 2008.
Newly renovated craft brewery site is rich in history
Jason Palmer, co-owner of downtown Nashua’s newest craft beer brewery Liquid Therapy, wondered aloud Saturday what “these walls” might say “if they could talk.” Well, maybe they’d say something like, “c’mon, Daisy … c’mon, Gip, we’re goin’ to a fire.” Or perhaps, “hey, Walt, was that ‘113’ or ‘133’
Woman Killed In I-93 Crash Identified
MEDFORD (CBS) – A crash on Interstate 93 left one woman dead Saturday night. The victim was identified as 58-year-old Florence Bisson of Haverhill. According to Mass. State Police, Bisson was driving a GMC Envoy southbound between Exits 33 and 32 in Medford when she lost control and crashed around 7
Tewksbury Police Arrest Man Following Car Chase
TEWKSBURY, MA -- A Tewksbury Police detective was nearly hit by a man who threw his car into reverse and rammed a police cruiser during a traffic stop Wednesday. Jairo Samuel Andujar, 26, of Lawrence, then put the car into drive and nearly hit another Tewksbury Police car before fleeing. Police even
Nashua man held after police chase, Lowell crash
LOWELL -- A car chase involving police that began in Hudson, N.H., ended with a crash and an arrest in Lowell on Wednesday night. No injuries were reported, and the driver has been identified as Robert Ayles, 36, of Nashua, according to a press release from the Hudson Police Department.
Student discipline data is in
NASHUA – In the last few months, Nashua School District Superintendent Jahmal Mosley has been collaborating with the principals of Nashua’s three middle schools and two high schools to get data on student discipline, as requested by Board of Education member Howard Coffman.
Meet NH's Most Annoying Robocallers
There's nothing worse than seeing your phone buzz, picking up and realizing it's a robocall, where someone is trying to dupe you into giving up your bank and credit card information. With tax season coming up, you can expect even more of those calls to start coming.
33 Arrested In Nashua Granite Shield Crime Sweep
NASHUA, NH — Nashua police arrested 33 people in the latest "Granite Shield" crime sweep this week. The sweep was conducted Wednesday with the help of Hudson police. Twenty-six of those arrested were charged with drug crimes.
Food Pantry at North helps students
NASHUA – Anyone who looked at the food pantry at Nashua High School North 10 years ago would find some non-perishable items such as canned soup, but that was about it. Ten years later, Food Pantry Coordinator Dawn Morton said the pantry has really taken off and provides about 700 meals a month. Tuck
Car's loud exhaust tips off Hudson police to armed robbery suspect
HUDSON - A car's "distinctive loud exhaust" system helped police identify a Hudson man they say robbed a Main Street liquor store at gunpoint on Wednesday. Police arrested Jesse L. Torci, 37, at his 55 Cottage St. home at 12:30 a.m. on Thursday, about five hours after he allegedly robbed Chubby’s Li
Car dealer convicted of theft
BRENTWOOD – The first of what could become a series of Superior Court jury trials for disgraced former classic car dealer Stephan Condodemetraky ended Wednesday with a jury verdict of guilty on one count of felony theft.
Boys & Girls Club working on art exhibit
NASHUA – Members of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nashua have been working hard all year to complete projects for an art exhibition that will take place next weekend at the Nashua Public Library.
NH Detectives Pose As Love Interest Via Text To Catch Fugitive
PELHAM, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A three-state manhunt is over after Pelham Police detectives masqueraded as a love interest to catch a fugitive. Joe Giroux, 41, had a warrant out of the Sarasota, Florida Sheriff's Office for theft, and authorities down south contacted Pelham Police because they belie
WBZ Sources: Three Arrested In Connection To White Supremacy Flyers
BOSTON (CBS) – Three men were arrested in East Boston on Friday night. WBZ sources say the arrests were in connection with the anti-immigration flyers that had been posted around the neighborhood.
Woman struck, injured by hit-and-run driver; police seek suspect
LAWRENCE — A 30-year-old woman was struck by a hit-and-run driver and suffered serious injury while crossing Berkeley Street at around 6:18 p.m. Friday, police said. The woman, who was transported to Lawrence General Hospital, was accompanied by her 3-year-old son, who escaped injury, according to p