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United Way of Greater Nashua personnel are busy matching up volunteers with their list of projects for this year's 23rd annual Day of Caring, and at the same time encouraging groups and individuals to register to fill the vacancies that inevitably come up.
A city painting and contracting company, Corriveau Contracting, is denying federal allegations that it underpaid workers and later "harassed and intimidated workers into signing affidavits which contained false statements."
Nashua painting contractor Kevin Corriveau Painting Inc. has agreed to a preliminary court injunction preventing it from intimidating or retaliating against current or former employees involved in a federal investigation and lawsuit over payment of workers, the U.S. Labor Department announced Wednesday.
The town of Hudson and its police department were sued in federal court Wednesday over the treatment of panhandlers in town and what advocates called a clear violation of protected free speech rights.
While it's not precisely clear why, Nashua has so far avoided the rash of spice overdoses that have plagued Manchester this month, and police say there's no sign of the particularly dangerous brand called "Smacked!" at convenience stores in the city.
Firefighters who found heavy fire on the left side of the third floor of the three-and-a-half story building were able to quickly access and knock down the fire, which also was in the attic of the four-unit building.
Nashua's yarn shop, Twill, is much more than a store to buy yarn and fabric. It is a place in which knitters, crocheters, and sewers come together to learn and grow.
Police were called to the Hess Express station at 79 East Hollis St. a little after 9:30 p.m. for a report of an armed robbery.
Nashua police arrested a Dexter Street woman Monday and charged her with helping her daughter engage in prostitution with a Massachusetts man.
Employers from Mary Kay cosmetics to the Army Reserves showed up at a state-sponsored job fair at Nashua Community College on Tuesday, drawing applicants and interviews from two dozen military veterans and four times as many civilian job-seekers.
It didn't matter. He was a journalist at heart, once saying he'd cover local news if it meant doing the job he loved.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte reiterated her opposition to sending troops back into Iraq but said more aggressive bombing and action in concert with Kurdish and Iraqi forces is needed to stem the threat from ISIS.
Dr. Conor Shea, whose practice as an internist is listed at 168 Kinsley St., previously practiced in Illinois, where he received his medical degree in 2004 from Rosalind Franklin University and did a residency at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital there, 2004-2007.
Police allege that John "Jack" Holland, 74, of 3 Kessler Farm Drive, Apt. 111, sexually abused a 24-year-old male with developmental delays throughout the past two years.
A man accused of shooting his girlfriend this past weekend is claiming it was an accident, while the victim insists she was intentionally shot during a dispute about money, according to court documents.
The Nashua Board of Education satisfied the city aldermen's revised 2015 education budget Monday by approving an additional $60,000 in cuts.
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