Milford sets sights on federal grant for 127 Elm St. property
Milford residents overwhelming voted on Sept. 9 to purchase 127 Elm St., which will add a badly needed second entrance and increase the size of Keyes Memorial Park.
Attorney claims illegal phone seizure following Christmas Eve accident that killed Brookline mom
An attorney for Greg Cullen, 32, of 166 Badger Hill Drive, Milford, is claiming that authorities unlawfully seized Cullen's cellphone following the crash that killed Katie Hamilton, 30. "The investigating agencies, Brookline Police Department and the State Police, violated both the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution and Part I, ... (more)
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Driver in fatal Brookline crash the day before Christmas says phone...
Police illegally seized and then searched the cell phone of a man charged with hitting and killing a woman in a car crash just a few hundred feet from her parent's house the day before Christmas in Brookline, according to the man's lawyer. A lawyer for Greg Cullen, 32, of 166 Badger Hill Road, Milford, filed a motion at Hillsborough County Superior Court asking a judge to rule that Brookline and state police illegally took Cullen's cellphone following the crash in front of the Brookline Safety Complex that killed 30-year-old Brookline resident Katie Hamilton.
Humane Society for Greater Nashua to hold community forums
The Humane Society for Greater Nashua will hold the first in a series of community forums from 7-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, in the East Wing of the Nashua Public Library, 2 Court St. The event will offer the Humane Society an opportunity to present information on new animal care services being offered this winter.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
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Souhegan Valley's - Blue Bus' celebrates 15,000th ride
Courtesy photo From left, Souhegan Valley Transportation Collaborative board members Rebecca Crowther, Nate Carmen and Carolyn Mitchell are shown with passenger Mike Ploss and driver Karen Evarts. Courtesy photo From left, Souhegan Valley Transportation Collaborative board members Nate Carmen, Rebecca Crowther and Carolyn Mitchell present Mike Ploss with a gift recognizing him as the passenger taking the 15,000th ride provided through the Souhegan Valley Rides bus program.
Milford's Gary Daniels to face Milford's Roger Tilton in state senate race
The District 11 seat in the state senate will stay Milford focused, after Gary Daniels overcame a disappointing result in Merrimack, which had two residents running to replace Peter Bragdon, and won the Republican nomination in a four-person race. He will face Roger Tilton of Milford, the only Democrat on the ballot in the party primary.
Mooney, in 11th district, takes early lead in state Senate primary contest
Former Merrimack state representative Maureen Mooney won resoundingly in her town of Merrimack, receiving 300 votes more than her closest challenger in the Republican primary for a vacant New Hampshire Senate seat.
Sheehan, Wheeler win primaries in Executive Council race
Ballots from some of the 32 towns that make up District 5 were still being counted as The Telegraph went to press, but Sheehan and Wheeler seemed certain of victory. ... Subscribe or log in to read more  Ballots from some of the 32 towns that make up District 5 were still being counted as The Telegraph went to press, but Sheehan and Wheeler seemed certain of victory.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Pols, patriots, plenty of people celebrate Labor Day in Milford
Labor Day Parade watchers who turned out for Monday's version of the annual celebration probably didn't equal the throng of 12,000 that filled the Oval area way back in 1959, but several longtime attendees agreed it was one of the better crowds in recent memory.
Milford Labor Day Parade draws a crowd
Uncle Sam riding an old fashioned bike was drumming up applause for political candidate Scott Brown who is running for U.S. Senate during the Milford Labor Day Parade.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
A new season of shows in the Boston's theater district opens with 'The Lion King'
Jelani Remy as "Simba" from The Lion King National Tour. Photo/Joan Marcus Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
'Exercise your civic right'
On Tuesday, RiverMead Lifecare Community residents got the exclusive chance to ask questions of the four candidates facing off for the open District 5 Executive Council seat, during the first of two debates that will be held privately at the retirement community as candidates gear up for primary elections on Sept.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Amherst couple charged in sale of lost wedding ring
Police have charged an Amherst couple in connection with the sale of a lost wedding ring to a Nashua pawn shop.