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"It is Christmas time folks. Give it to them," said Alderman Paul Chasse, Ward 6. "I am in the giving mood."
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For more information on these and other animals awaiting adoption, visit the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire at 545 Route 101, Bedford, call 472-3647 or visit www.rescueleague.org.
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A former Nashua woman charged by Hollis police with stealing and cashing checks from a family member is now facing similar criminal charges in Merrimack.
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Matt Bergeron, left, and Sean O'Brien check on the snow-making machines at McIntyre Ski Area in Manchester on Wednesday.
Admission ranges from $12 to $48; free for ages five to 15 with paying adult. Call 595-9156 for details.
Looking to take a break from the chaos of the holiday season? Pencil in one of the great literary events around the Granite State this week, December 12-18, 2013.
Nashua police say a car may have been going too fast on slick roads when it crashed into a utility pole, killing the driver.
Elm Street Middle School Principal Mike Frederickson swipes his ID badge against the proximity reader to get into the Nashua school.
The University of New Hampshire has a new logo. If there were a superhero called Captain New Hampshire, it would fit perfectly on the chest of his blue tights.
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The Ad Hoc Goals and Objectives Committee worked throughout the summer to identify some of the needs within classrooms at different levels with the hope of setting some new district wide goals.
Stephen Cunningham, owner of Nashua Flight Simulator, works with Eric Tallberg on the company's flight simulator in Manchester on Monday.
With the state's psychiatric hospitals crowded and local mental health programs struggling from years of budget cuts, police officers across the state have found themselves on the front lines of the state's mental health crisis, police and advocates say.
The Picker Building at 99 Factory St. Ext. is a hidden gem in downtown Nashua. Without searching for the four-story structure behind Clocktower Place, it might be easily overlooked.