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Hollis Brookline schools begin the year with new superintendent
Hollis Brookline students returned to school last week under the leadership of a new superintendent, Andrew Corey, who took the place of interim superintendent John Moody.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Front Door Agency in Nashua names new board members
Kate Binder, of Nashua, is a publishing and graphics expert who has authored several books on Mac computers and graphics technologies.
Customers, employees delighted as area Market Baskets struggle to get back up to speed
"It's like a grand opening, " is how Paul Walper of Nashua, a 15-year Market Basket veteran and meat clerk, put it Thursday morning as he and Gail Gauthier of New Boston stocked frozen chicken patties into a cooler that has been empty for the past six weeks.
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.
Police: photographer arrested for trespass after using Hollis home for photo shoots
A Manchester-based photographer who allegedly used a Hollis home for photo shoots without the owner's permission was arrested Tuesday and charged with three counts of criminal trespass, police said.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
On the Web, it's was a week all about grocery stores
News about grocery stores dominated the list of most read articles on nashuatelegraph.com last week, as high-profile national food chain Whole Foods opened its first New Hampshire store in Nashua and the long-time regional favorite Market Basket struggled to return to normal.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Some students head back to class before Labor Day, others after
Schools in Nashua, Milford, Hollis and Brookline stand apart from other schools in the area for scheduling the first day of school the week before Labor Day.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
New Hampshire Public Radio -
9 Things You Didn't Know About Movie Making In N.H.
It's crazy-serial-killer-in-the-woods time of year in New Hampshire. You might not know it but right now location scouts are scouring our lakes and campgrounds for the picture perfect backdrop for movies, TV shows, and commercials...and we're in the thick of horror film season.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Nashua driver hits police cruiser in breakdown lane of Route 101A
A Nashua man ran his car into a police cruiser Saturday evening while the cruiser was stopped in the breakdown lane of Route 101A, but nobody was injured.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Confusing principle with ideology
It seems that Executive Council candidate David Wheeler and Senate candidate Bob Smith agree in at least one area: There is too much bipartisan cooperation in Washington, and there needs to be more heel-digging and absolutism.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Haitian children's choir to perform in Hollis
Sixteen girls and boys from Haiti, singing and dancing in a high-energy, meaningful concert, will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 17, at Faith Baptist Church, 43 Wheeler Road.
Hollis Parks Project meets $50,000 fundraising goal
In just over three months, the Hollis Parks Project has exceeded its initial fundraising goal of $40,000, triggering a $10,000 allocation from the town.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Court log: Aug. 14, 2014
George Marwanga, 41, Manchester, following too closely, matter not prosecuted on condition Marwanga be of good behavior for three months.
Fulchino Vineyard in Hollis hosts Italian food, wine and music event Sunday
Looking for a swingin' event to take your best gal to? Like classic Italian food, local wine and the Chairman of the Board? Well, pally, I've got the place for you.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Hollis to hold special town meeting about natural gas pipeline plan
Residents will get a formal chance to express their opinion about a proposed natural gas pipeline through Hollis at a special town meeting, next month.
Sheehan gets Executive Council endorsement from NH firefighters group
The Professional Firefighters of New Hampshire endorsed Nashua Alderman Diane Sheehan for Executive Council District 5 on Monday.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Two men arrested following early morning melee in Nashua
Two people were arrested during the weekend after a gun was fired early Saturday morning in the area of School and Walnut streets.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
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Hollis Parks Project exceeds fundraising goals for town parks
In a little more than three months, the Hollis Parks Project has exceeded its initial fundraising goal of $40,000, triggering a $10,000 allocation from the Town of Hollis, bringing the total raised to improve the town's public parks to more than $50,000.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
NH mourns general with ties to Granite State
New Hampshire residents who knew Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene are shocked and saddened by the two-star general's death.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
Bacteria levels lead to swimming bans at state beaches
The head of parks for the state of New Hampshire said he and park managers are discussing strategies about how to reduce contamination at park beaches, after bacteria levels prompted a no-swimming advisory at Mount Sunapee State Park this weekend.