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Nashua, New Hampshire is located in Hillsborough County. Zip codes in Nashua, NH include 03062, 03064, and 03063. The median home price in Nashua is $229,900 which is roughly $132/per square foot. More Nashua information.

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3 hrs ago | UnionLeader.com

Nashua panel wants details on proposed site for city's new public health building

An aldermanic committee has delayed voting on a proposal by Mayor Donnalee Lozeau to acquire a vacant church property and construct the city's new public health building on the site.

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4 hrs ago | UnionLeader.com

More details released about Nashua drive-by shooting

Darrion Weekly, 19, of 219 Notre Dame Ave., Apt. 3N, and David Weekly, 18, of 38 Orange St., Apt.

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7 hrs ago | Nashua Telegraph

Weekend yard sale in Brookline to benefit Ukranian peoples

Prominent local sculptor John Weidman, who cofounded the Andres Institute of Art in Brookline and the annual Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, is hosting a Labor Day weekend yard sale with his wife, Nadiya, to raise funds to help the people of war-torn Ukraine.

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12 hrs ago | Nashua Telegraph

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.

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14 hrs ago | UnionLeader.com

Nashua man arrested in violent purse snatching

Police Wednesday arrested a local man in a violent purse snatching incident Aug. 20 in which the victim fractured a bone in her foot and suffered scrapes and bruises.

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18 hrs ago | Nashua Telegraph

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.

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18 hrs ago | Nashua Telegraph

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.

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22 hrs ago | SeacoastOnline

Spotlight: Concert listings

Instrumentalists are invited to join the SEACOAST WIND ENSEMBLE, which welcomes proficient adult and high school musicians.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Nashua Telegraph

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.

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Nashua Telegraph

Nominations sought for Nashua chamber's Citizen of Year award

It's been 10 months since 93-year-old Nashua native and well-known businessman Bob Weisman received the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce's 2013 Citizen of the Year award, and now the Chamber is asking people to nominate candidates for Weisman's successor.

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Nashua Telegraph

Nashua job fair offers veterans resources, a little hope

Dooley, a former U.S. Army tank crewman, wore a kahaki cap and carried a camouflage shoulder bag as he walked around the tables set up at Harbor Homes on High Street in Nashua Wednesday morning during a job and resource fair co-hosted by the organization and Rep. Ann McLane Kuster.

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Nashua Telegraph

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.

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UnionLeader.com

Man's body pulled from Merrimack River

Police are not yet releasing the name of the man who jumped off of the Veteran's Memorial Bridge between Nashua and Hudson around 6:40 p.m. on Tuesday, as family is still being informed of his death, said Hudson Police Chief Jason Lavoie.

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Sys-Con Media

CORRECTION - FirstLight Fiber Agrees to Acquire G4 Communications' Assets

August 28, 2010 -- FirstLight Fiber , a facilities-based telecommunications service provider operating fiber optic networks in Upstate New York and Northern New England with connectivity to Canada, announced today it has signed a definitive Asset Purchase Agreement to acquire substantially all of the assets of New Hampshire-based G4 Communications ... (more)

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Patch.com

Lawrence Man and Nashua, N.H. Man Arrested on Drug Charges

A drug bust in a River Road hotel parking lot on Tuesday turned up 28 bags of heroin and 16 bags of cocaine, according to police.

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Nashua Telegraph

Nearby officer makes quick arrests following Nashua drive-by shooting Wednesday

Two brothers from Manchester were arrested by Nashua police early Wednesday morning in connection to a drive-by shooting downtown.

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UnionLeader.com

Man killed in Pelham motorcycle accident wasn't wearing helmet

A 24-year-old Pelham man was killed Tuesday night when his motorcycle collided with a car pulling out onto Mammoth Road.

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Nashua Telegraph

Long life vs. good life: Income planning in the 21st century

One of the things we frequently do for community outreach and to attract new clients is Social Security workshops.

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Foster's Daily Democrat

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.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Nashua Telegraph

Nashua aldermen weigh $6M city radio upgrade

A city-based entrepreneur who helped found a global communications firm and currently works out of its Spit Brook Road office cautioned the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday night that equipment contained in the $6 million upgrade the city is proposing to its public safety communications system will likely be obsolete in just 3-4 years.

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