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House says no to bill to reduce NH meals tax
House Bill 1597 would have lowered just the meals portion of the rooms and meals tax from 9 to 8 percent while leaving the rate at 9 percent for hotels, motels and rental vehicles.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Hudson voters to decide fate of five union contracts
Among the items appearing on this year's town warrant are Article 2, a seven-year contract with the police union; Article 3, a four-year contract with the town's highway workers union; Article 4, a four-year contract with the police, fire and town supervisors' union; Article 5, a six-year contract with the town's support staff; and Article 6, a ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
School group favors opening JROTC at Nashua high school
Col. Kevin Grady, an ROTC instructor at Alvirne High School in Hudson, presented an overview of the program to the Board of Education's Curriculum and Evaluation Committee this week.
Fred Fuller Oil battling through cold to deliver, attorney says
Fred Fuller Oil & Propane Co. delivered a "huge amount of oil to his customers" in the last few days in an all-out push to meet demand during a lingering weather of "very extreme" weather, the company's attorney said Tuesday.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Opposing views on casino gambling in Nashua aired
During a joint meeting between the Nashua delegation and the Board of Aldermen, the topic of casinos drew criticism and praise from various officials on different sides of the table."
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The beauty of helping your neighbor
Brenda Levesque, right, owner of The Avon Store in Hudson, is donating a portion of her in-store and online sales proceeds to assist the family of McKenzie Lowe, 12, left, with medical expenses.
Hudson police probe suspicious package
On Sunday at 6 p.m., Hudson police were called to the Elmwood Village Condominium Complex on Elmwood Drive for a report of a suspicious item located on a door step.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Soldier targeted by thieves
Hudson police are trying to find two men they believe stole a wallet from an active-duty member of the military.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Hudson, NH PD Trying To Id Fraud Suspects Who Used Serviceman's Credit Card
Police in Hudson, New Hampshire are trying to identify two suspects who used a stolen credit card belonging to an active-duty military member.
Speedway noise hearing planned in Hudson
During Tuesday night's meeting of the Hudson Board of Selectmen, the board voted unanimously to hold a public hearing on the matter next month.
Police say two men using credit card stolen from soldier headed to Afghanistan
Shortly after 8 p.m. Wednesday evening, Hudson police responded to a report of an unauthorized use of a credit card at the Hudson Walmart.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
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Puppies recovered after theft
"We're one of the most crazy dog-loving families in the entire world," Mignosa said.
2 stolen puppies found
Granite State Dog Recovery is reporting two puppies originally thought to have escaped their fenced-in yard in Pepperell on Sunday and now thought to have been stolen have been recovered.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Litchfield mom had a healing motivation to create skincare products
As a young mother, Teresa Paquin and her family's path was paved with challenges when newborn daughter Alyssa developed severe eczema.
Newington airplane parts maker looks to Asia market
If you are an airline company and you need a part, LanAir is your option. It's Federal Aviation Administration approved, less expensive than the part from the original manufacturer and it's probably better made.
Lowell Five names Tierney for Employee Excellence Award
Rachel Tierney, of Hudson, N.H., assistant vice president and Customer Service Center manager at the Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank, is the January recipient of the bank's Employee Excellence Award.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Rallying for one who has helped so many
Officer James Stys, a Hudson patrolman known for always caring most for kids with cancer, now faces a cancer battle of his own.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Nashua police: Woman goes on a rampage at ex-boyfriend's home
Katie Rollins, 34, of 15 Tamarack St., is facing charges including three counts of criminal mischief - two misdemeanors and the other a class B felony - two counts of criminal threatening, both class B felonies, and five counts of simple assault, four of them domestic violence related.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Man hospitalized after apparent heroin overdose in Nashua
The victim, who is expected to survive, was transported to Southern New Hampshire Regional Medical Center.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
For pair of Hudson brothers serving up cocoa, a Big Papaa still inspires
Tyler, 11, said the chilly weather meant his friends and neighbors would be all the more willing to get out of their houses on Sunday and warm up with a piping hot cup of cocoa.