3 hrs ago
Looking back at 34 years of community health
Lamprey Health Center Chief Executive Officer Ann Hathaway Peters retired Friday from a place that was "like another home and family" to her.
7 hrs ago
43 killers on lifetime parole - but where?
There are 43 killers who have been released from state prison on lifetime parole, but don't expect to find out whether they live next door to you or any other information about their supervision in society.
Sat May 18, 2013
Message to Nashua Community College grads: find strength
Oliver Huck of Merrimack smiles to a relative as she snaps a photograph during Saturday's graduation ceremony at Nashua Community College.
Nashua man accused of sexually assaulting underage girl arrested
Members of the Nashua Police Department Youth Services Division arrested Aldo Batista Dos Santos, 37, of 32 Gingras Drive in Nashua.
Fri May 17, 2013
Mass. residents charged after Hollis man beaten and stabbed
Three Massachusetts residents face multiple felony charges after allegedly impersonating police and attacking a Hollis man in his mobile home early Friday morning.
Thu May 16, 2013
Nashua aldermen approve lease for community garden
This week, the Board of Aldermen approved a resolution authorizing the city to enter into a lease agreement with Gate City Community Gardens.
Saffron Bistro ending Nashua run after six years
Joe Drift, executive chef and owner of Saffron Bistro in Nashua, announced Thursday that his restaurant is closing.
Robin Hood tale gets modern twist in Nashua musical
High School, 6 Bartlett Ave. It's 1961, and life is just swell at Nottingham High for John Prince, class president and big man on campus, who keeps the rich Normans happy by stealing from the poor Saxons.
Watch international sculptors construct works for Nashua
Local sculptor John Weidman helped out the Sculpture Symposium raise money by helping amateur artists create wrought iron casts.
Executive Council rejects Pan Am bid for state-owned railroad track
Councilor Chris Sununu, R-District 3, accused the three-member majority of "trying to play favorites," in a reference to State Rep.
Wed May 15, 2013
Nashua aldermen consider overnight parking in Tree Streets neighborhood
On Tuesday, the Board of Aldermen was presented with a proposed ordinance that - if approved - would enable the one-year pilot program to be launched.
Our Gourmet: Contemporary cool? In a castle, of course
Radisson Nashua Hotel, 11 Tara Boulevard, Nashua; 888-9970; shadebarandgrillnh.com Serving: Breakfast weekdays 6:30-11 a.m., weekends 7-11 a.m.; full menu 11 a.m.-midnight. Cuisine: Pub fare and comfort food Pricing: "Small Plates & Bites" $6-$15; soups and salads $4-$14; burgers and sandwiches $10-$16; entrees $10-$23. Handicapped accessible ... (more)
NH gasoline tax increase not happening soon
The Senate Ways and Means Committee voted 3-2 to send the bill to interim study, which would put off a vote on the bill until next session.
Tue May 14, 2013
Nashua mayor presents budget to aldermen
Mayor Donnalee Lozeau's proposed operating budget of $236,048,064 is about $5.3 million more than the current budget.
American Ambulance Service Wins Emergency Service Contract for the City of Somersworth, New Hampshire
SOMERSWORTH, NH May 8, 2013 American Ambulance Service -New England , the premier New England-based provider of emergent and non-emergent ambulance services at both the basic and advanced life support levels , has made a major statement in New England with the recent win of a three year contract in a very pivotal area.
Mon May 13, 2013
Lamprey Health Care CEO to retire
In her 34-year tenure as chief executive officer, Ann Hathaway Peters has led Lamprey Health Care through exponential growth in services and reach, and major changes in the health care industry.
Nashua man arrested in stabbing outside club
Walner Rodriguez, 19, is the man police arrested early Sunday morning in connection with a stabbing that occurred during a brawl outside the Polish-American Club late Saturday night.
Sentinel & Enterprise
MBTA cop pleads guilty to assault
A suspended MBTA police detective, who is also facing charges that he caused a drunken, armed standoff with Nashua, N.H., police in February, pleaded guilty last week in Lowell District Court to assaulting a former girlfriend in Chelmsford.
Sun May 12, 2013
Nashua mayor set to unveil budget
"I don't think taxes should ever increase more than 3 percent in a year, if possible," said Lozeau.
Nashua police investigate two armed robberies
Police are investigating reports of two armed robberies that occurred about 45 minutes apart in the Gate City Sunday afternoon.