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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
N.H. Holocaust survivor tells story, discusses how it resonates today

Kati Preston holds up a photo of her father the way her mother held the photo when the two of them met trains returning from Auschwitz at the end of WWII, hoping Preston's father would be among the survivors. Preston told the story of her Holocaust survival and the death of her father from her home in Center Barnstead on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.

Trial in 1988 Nashua murder postponed

The trial for one of two Canadian men accused of killing two Nashua women nearly three decades ago has been postponed.

Three seriously hurt in wrong-way Everett Turnpike crash in Nashua overnight

Courtesy photo by Jeff Hastings Tow truck operators and cleanup crews begin the task of removing the wreckage of two vehicles from the Everett Turnpike early Sunday morning after one of the cars, whose driver was reportedly going south in the northbound lanes, crashed head-on into the other. All three were seriously hurt.

We require more than a parlor trick, Gov. Sununu

Staff photo by Damien Fisher Gov. Chris Sununu touts his meetings with more than 100 businesses in 100 days, though none have yet committed to coming to New Hampshire.

Big things in store for Nashua Country Club curlers, golfers

Courtesy photo A rendering gives a glimpse of what Nashua Country Club's new sports center will look like when construction is completed later this year. The complex is being built on the site of the old curling rink, which was demolished last week.

Nashua state representative switches party affiliation to Republican

Rep. Mariellen MacKay of Nashua, who is seen here speaking at Nashua City Hall recently, has changed her party affiliation from Democrat to Republican.

Curtain call: The circus is in town, but for one last time

Performer Gabor Hrisafis balances a plate Friday at the SNHU arena ahead of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus coming this weekend in Manchester. Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus ringmaster Kristen Michelle Wilson is seen at SNHU Arena in Manchester ahead of this weekend's performances.

NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire celebrates

The region's short track schedule starts picking up the pace this weekend with Opening Day events at Lee USA, Monadnock Speedway and Oxford Plains.

Mercier honored as Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year

Dianne Mercier said she's accepting the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce's 2016 Citizen of the Year award on behalf of hundreds of volunteers who helped her become a soft-spoken powerhouse in... Dianne Mercier, president of People's United Bank NH greets guests as she was honered as Citizen of the Year by the Greater Manchester Chamber of ... (more)

Rotary Club of Nashua has community grants available

The club holds a number of fund raisers throughout the year and 100 percent of all profits go back to the community in the form of scholarships and community grants.

Nashua mom charged in domestic assault on teen daughter

On Tuesday, Manchester aldermen took the unusual step of not taking possession of the property that Matthew Skwozinski owns on the West Side at the corner of Cleveland and Third streets.

Monitor' names new publisher NEW

Heather McKernan, publisher of the twice-weekly Monadnock Ledger-Transcript , will take over as publisher of the Concord Monitor next month, and current publisher David Sangiorgio will shift to a new job overseeing the company's fast-growing business of creating and delivering other print publications. That emphasis for Sangiorgio may sound surprising amid tales of journalism's transition from newsprint to digital, but it reflects the continuing value of the circulation department and the Monitor 's two-story flexo press in its building in north Concord, said Aaron Julien, president & CEO of Newspapers of New England Inc. "People still need to get a printed product, and we can do it in an efficient way that is reliable," Julien said.

N.H. food stamp bill retained until next year NEW

But it will have to wait until next year after a House committee voted to retain the bill Tuesday. Some members that did so called the efforts to cut down assistance for New Hampshire's food-insecure "unconscionable."

Police: Loaded gun tossed near Kensington school was stolen

A longtime New Hampshire educator and former principal of Nashua and Salem high schools was arrested after allegedly firing a gun in an alcohol-fueled incident that brought police and a local SWAT... - Police have learned that a loaded shotgun tossed out near Kensington Elementary School by a homeless man suspected of attempting to break into the ... (more)

The Heart of Nashua with Joan Stylianos: Water's influence on Nashua, then and now

A state employee who used state dollars to throw an office retirement party for her boss ended up with an unpaid 20-day suspension, according to a state appeals board.

Nashua lawsuit claims spending cap charter violation

A former alderman has filed a civil lawsuit against the city claiming aldermen violated the city charter when they recently adopted a city ordinance that will allow the annual budget to exceed the spending cap without the required 10 votes.

New Nashua superintendent plans full involvement locally

"Nashua needs a superintendent that is going to be there," Mosley said recently, adding his family is already searching for a home in the area.

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