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A police SWAT team stormed a North End Nashua motel late Tuesday afternoon, reportedly making at least one arrest and possibly detaining one or two additional people.
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Principal of Nashua High School South, Keith Richard, is receiving this year's New Hampshire Art Educator's Association award "Inside and Outside of the Profession Award for Outstanding Service."
Henry David Thoreau and his brother set out 175 years ago today on a two-week expedition that took them from Concord, Mass., to north of Concord, N.H., and which became the subject of his first book, "A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers," published in 1849.
Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country's largest and fastest-growing workplace law firms, is pleased to announce that Nashua native Shareholder Thomas M. Closson has been named to the 2015 Edition of Best Lawyers.
But on Sept. 20, things will be a little different at the Nashua Police Department.
Two city employees who work part-time as communications technicians for the Nashua Police Department are suing the city after an error was uncovered in how much they were compensated for overtime work over several years.
Meat Dept. manager Dan Martell and meat cutter Brian Firoenza of Market Basket Store 13 in Nashua fill out a warehouse order Thursday morning in the hope of having shelves stocked for Labor Day weekend shoppers.
All of these properties, the city or the state purchased - on behalf of the city - for the Broad Street Parkway," said Tom Galligani, the city's economic development director.
Two Nashua residents accused of being involved in a burglary, a fake burglary and a robbery are among the indictments handed down by a Hillsborough County Superior Court grand jury this week.
Frank Moore admits he had sex in a gritty abandoned parking lot with a 14-year-old girl last summer.
The warrants were the result of investigations conducted by the Narcotics Intelligence Division.
Nashua, NH - In response to President Obama's press conference this afternoon where he admitted "We don't have a strategy yet" in reference to Iraq and ISIL, U.S. Marine Corps Colonel released the following statement: "The President's admission today that he has no strategy for dealing with ISIL is outrageous and irresponsible," said Lambert.
Nashua police have arrested a city man who allegedly threw a stolen firearm into the Nashua River, where it was found by police divers.
Town officials have agreed to stop telling panhandlers they can't ask for money on public property while a lawsuit by the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union plays out in federal court.
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