Nashua man who drowned was most read story at nashuatelegraph.com last week
In a week featuring resolution to the most popular news story of the last six weeks, a story about tragedy was the most read on nashuatelegraph.com.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
River of inspiration: The Merrimack drew Thoreau 175 years ago as it draws us today
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.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
A celebration of business and community at Merrimack Fall Festival September 27
The Merrimack Fall Festival is coming up at the end of September, and includes the annual Merrimack Business Expo as well as an evening celebration, "Merrimack Rocks."
3 years later: Look back on Tropical Storm Irene
RAIN. METEOROLOGIST HAYLEY LAPOINT TAKES US BACK. THIS IS THE SOUND THAT MANY OF US HEARD THREE YEARS AGO TODAY, RUSHING AND RELENTLESS WATER AS RIVERS AND STREAMS OVERFLOWED THEIR BANKS WHEN IRENE CAME BARRELING THROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Body in Merrimack River identified as Ronald Deldotto of Nashua
Hudson police have identified the man who apparently drowned Tuesday after jumping into the Merrimack River as Ronald J. Deldotto Jr., 42, of Nashua, Capt.
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.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Drew Cline: Small sleights of hand in Republican primaries around NH
FORMER REP. Maureen Mooney of Merrimack is running for the state Senate. An energetic conservative, she could lose her primary not for betraying her party, but for serving it.
Fear not: Downtown Nashua favorite Giant of Siam is moving, not closing for good
T he Giant of Siam, the popular downtown restaurant that has drawn generations of Thai food lovers over its 27 years, is closed for the time being, but customers need not fret: "The Giant," as its many fans simply call it, is moving a few blocks north and will reopen in September.
Nashua's Gate City Charter School for the Arts ready for its debut
Among New Hampshire's four new charter schools opening across the state this fall is an arts-oriented K-8 charter school in Merrimack.
Witness: Man killed jumping from Nashua-Hudson bridge didn't appear to be taking his life
Chad Gagnon was watching the bobber on his fishing line after casting into the Merrimack River on Tuesday evening when big splash suddenly caught his attention.
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Man charged for allegedly masturbating while driving
A Nashua man turned himself in to police Tuesday and was charged with indecent exposure and lewdness after he was allegedly spotted masturbating while driving on the F.E. Everett Turnpike the day before.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Merrimack police find car sticking into road, charge man
After a brief investigation, Kevin Cooney, 44, of 115 Amory St., Manchester, was arrested.
Harvey Martel, father of convicted murderer Molly Martel, is sentenced to 5-10 years in prison
Speaking to her father, Harvey Martel, the convicted murderer and former high school sports star tried to explain how the sexual abuse she suffered at his hands affected her life.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Nashua school district reopens alternative school in Merrimack
Now known as The Nashua Program at Brentwood, the facility opened its doors Tuesday along with the rest of the city's schools.
Sun Aug 24, 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.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Obesity: Bedford man has been there; he can help
Before-and-after photos of Bedford resident Jonathan LaMarine show his dramatic weight loss of 210 pounds -- without surgery -- achieved in 12 months.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
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Richard Perkins, a resident of Amherst for over fifty years passed away on June 5th, 2014 after a long illness at Halifax Health Hospice of Volusia/Flagler in Orange City, Florida.
Merrimack best, Hudson worst in area's July unemployment rates
The jobless rate in communities throughout Greater Nashua ranged from 4.8 percent in Merrimack to 5.1 percent in Hudson last month, according to the state, compared to the statewide rate of 4.4 percent.
The bridge on McGaw Bridge Road over Baboosic Brook in Merrimack will soon be reconstructed.
Local and state officials are working to finalize construction plans for a new bridge on McGaw Bridge Road, which has been included on the state's red-list of bridges for several years.
Merrimack to replace bridge over Baboosic River
Local and state officials are working to finalize construction plans for a new bridge on McGaw Bridge Road, which has been included on the state's red list of bridges for several years.