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Located in the southeastern area of New Hampshire, the Nashua River roughly bisects the city. Built around the now-departed textile industry, in recent decades it has been swept up in southern New Hampshire's economic expansion as part of the Boston region. Nashua was twice named "Best Place to Live in America" in annual surveys by Money magazine. It is the only city to get the No. 1 ranking two times—in 1987 and 1997.

Population: 87150
Local Newspapers: Nashua Telegraph
Local Sports Teams: The American Defenders of New Hampshire
Local Colleges: Daniel Webster College

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Towns/Cities near nashua, new hampshire : Hudson Merrimack Londonderry Milford

Nashua News
Dusty Old Cars files Chapter 11 amid investigation; owner says company will stay open and reorganize

The classic car dealership under investigation by the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office is seeking bankruptcy protection as it faces the prospect of paying numerous unhappy customers. Dusty Old Cars, located on Airport Road, filed for Chapter 11 protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manchester last week, listing 100-199 creditors.

Six arrested on drug charges in Nashua

The new concealed-carry law upholds the right under New Hampshire law for adults to carry guns onto school property, but also leaves in place restrictions against letting students have the same... I spoke a couple weeks back on the best of the best in Queen City's Division I boys' basketball this season.

Historic Holman; banners would celebrate notable players

The Silver Knights baseball team and representatives from the city are working on a plan to add two banners outside Holman Stadium championing two notable former baseball players - Don Newcombe and Roy Campanella. Newcombe and Campanella are credited with having had a pivotal role in bringing about integrated baseball as members of the Nashua Dodgers in 1946.

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Although she was given a suspended jail sentence a year ago after pleading guilty to first-degree assault for attacking a man with a pair of scissors, Nashua resident Lauren Ivy Munday was also ordered to serve two years' probation which, according to court documents, she began violating just weeks later. Munday, 29, most recently of 93 Marshall St., was sentenced this month to a term of 1-3 years in the New Hampshire State Prison for Women, a disposition that came out of a plea agreement between her attorneys and state prosecutors.

Nashua school officials to host meet and greet with superintendent finalists

After a monthslong search for a permanent superintendent of schools, the Board of Education has invited the public to weigh in on the two finalists on Thursday. The candidates are Dr. Cornelia Brown, the current superintendent in Nashua, and Dr. Jahmal Mosley, the assistant superintendent for curriculum and assessment at Sharon Public Schools.

Good weather allows roofers to work on Hunt Memorial Building

Davis Construction was back at the Hunt Memorial Building on Wednesday, taking advantage of the clear and warm weather to install new roofing on a portion of the building on Library Hill. The Jaffrey company, which has done work on the historic building before, stripped off old roofing and copper flashing before installing rolled sheets over new roof insulation panels.

A taste of Vietnam in Nashua at Saigon Sandwich

You know those hole-in-the-wall places you see that aren't much to look at, but surprisingly reveal delicious food? Saigon Sandwich is one of those places. On Main Street across from CVS, you might miss it if not looking carefully.

A winter wonderland of weekend fun awaits you

I had a fun, tasty weekend; I hope you did, too! Friday, I got my lunch at a new place on Main Street called Saigon Sandwich. The tiny, inconspicuous place across the street from CVS is bringing the flavors of Vietnam to Nashua.

Chamber orchestra holds 2 concerts

The Nashua Chamber Orchestra, conducted by David Feltner, will present its winter concert, "Mozart and Tchaikovsky," at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Nashua Community College's Judd Gregg Hall, 505 Amherst St.; and 3 p.m. Sunday at the Milford Town Hall, 1 Union Square. Pianist Maxine Park will be featured in the Mozart Piano Concerto No.

Nashua explores alternatives plans for one-way streets

Working on a suggestion from a consultant, Nashua officials are considering possible changes to the traffic pattern on some downtown streets that would include reversing some one-way roads. James Vayo, Nashua's downtown specialist at City Hall, will present a plan to Nashua's Committee on Infrastructure during a meeting Wednesday night.

Suspect in chase taken to hospital; Driver faces multiple charges following pursuit

Nicholas Santy, the northern New Hampshire man who allegedly led police on a lengthy pursuit that ended in a two-hour standoff early Monday morning in Nashua, was ordered transported to a Manchester hospital Tuesday morning after he waived arraignment on the series of charges he now faces.

Porch fire quickly contained

Smoke detectors alerted the residents of a second floor apartment at 30 Norton St., who evacuated the residence and contacted emergency services at 2:57 a.m, Nashua firefighters reported. ... Subscribe or log in to read more  Smoke detectors alerted the residents of a second floor apartment at 30 Norton St., who evacuated the residence and contacted emergency services at 2:57 a.m, Nashua firefighters reported.

Bill could drastically change eligibility for food stamps in N.H. NEW

A new bill that would change the requirements to get food stamps in New Hampshire could have dramatic impact on the welfare program. Depending on whom you ask, it's either needed reform or a devastating move that could throw 17,000 people in the state off food assistance.

Pancake breakfast benefits Safe Stations

The city's Safe Stations program is getting a syrupy boost this week, as Harbor Homes will be hosting a pancake breakfast to raise money for the life-saving program. Harbor Homes and Keystone Hall, both part of the Partnership for Successful Living, are teaming up for Friday's pancake breakfast to support Safe Stations.

Damage to home in city blaze

A mobile home in a southwest Nashua park sustained extensive damage late Sunday night in a fire that officials say may have been caused by an electrical problem. Nashua Fire Rescue Deputy Chief Glen MacDonald said Monday that nobody was home when flames broke out shortly after 11 p.m. at 3 Sunset Lane, which is in the River Pines Mobile Home Park off West Hollis Street.

Care Packages; teachers work to fight hunger among local youths

Ensuring that hundreds of students have enough food for February break, Nashua teachers and staff packed a week's worth of food for students who normally rely on free and reduced meals at school. The event was organized by the Nashua arm of the End 68 Hours of Hunger organization, led by co-coordinators Krista Bordeleau and Jenn Morton.

Hearing on hold; Barnaby sessions on break; set to resume in March

With somewhere around 22 hours of testimony in the books, the multi-session hearing on murder suspect Anthony Barnaby's motion to suppress two-thirds of the statements he made to police back in 1988 has taken a break until at least March 1. Barnaby, who turns 50 in April, was returned to Valley Street jail early Friday afternoon to await the resumption of the suppression hearing, which stems from a motion his attorneys, Mark Sisti and Alan Cronheim, filed in September.

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