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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
Casey Junkins takes over as city editor of The Telegraph

Junkins, 40, comes to Nashua after a more than 11-year stint at The Intelligencer in Wheeling, West Virginia, a sister publication of The Telegraph. "As something of a political geek, I've always wanted to see what it is like in New Hampshire during the first-in-the-nation presidential primary," "As we head toward the 2020 campaign, we could easily see 20 or more serious candidates spending significant time in the Granite State.

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

Editor's note: During the course of a week, issues are covered that might not lend themselves to full editorial comment, but they are worthy of The Telegraph weighing in - thumbs up, thumbs down or neutral. Thumbs up and congratulations to all area graduates.

Want to come Live United this summer?

Hard to believe with the long winter we had, but summer really is just around the corner. For us, the past few months have been consumed with events including our Community Farming Day of Caring, the Community Baby Shower and two food packaging events just last week which produced 40,000 meals for the food pantries of Greater Nashua.

Nashua's first pride parade slated for June 30

Mayor Jim Donchess and Great American Downtown are making final preparations for the initial Nashua Pride Festival, featuring a parade right down Main Street. On June 9, Donchess and many other mayors visiting from around the country, participated in the Boston Pride Parade.

Legislators evaluate DCYF in wake of two child deaths

State legislators continue working to reform the New Hampshire Division of Children, Youth and Families in the aftermath of two children being murdered, including Nashua's Brielle Gage. Sen. Sharon Carson, R-Londonderry, is a member of the Commission to Review Child Abuse Fatalities.

New starts await adult graduates

The Nashua Adult and Community School honored 38 graduates Thursday night with a commencement ceremony at Nashua High School North. "All of us have our own stories on why we chose this program, some more intriguing than others, but they all mean something to us," Whether graduates go into the military, trade work or any other avenue in life, they now have those precious pieces of paper in hand - their diplomas.

Nashua teacher hailed by her students

A long-awaited review of the FBI's actions during the 2016 campaign concludes former FBI Director James B. Comey and others mishandled the bureau's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails and... At left, Principal Keith Richard presents teacher Catherine Poulin with the Nashua School District's No-Bell Teacher Award on Thursday at Nashua High ... (more)

Voter residency case goes to Manchester

The lawsuit regarding New Hampshire's voter residency requirement law is moving from Nashua to Manchester as a result of Judge Charles Temple's recusal from the case. The lawsuit, brought by the League of Women Voters, the state's Democratic Party, and some individual voters against the Attorney General's Office and the Secretary of State, was originally filed in the Hillsborough Superior Court-South in Nashua.

Concerns prompted investigation of BG hiring

Concerns about staffing and hiring practices at Bishop Guertin High School prompted requests for The Telegraph to investigate the background of Mark Phillips, who has served as the private Catholic school's dean of student formation for grades 11 and 12, as well as the chairman of its social studies department. After a records search revealed ethical and legal issues forced Phillips, a former practicing attorney, to resign from the California Bar Association prior to his tenure with Bishop Guertin, The Telegraph published this information in Wednesday's edition of the paper.

With Laton House still closed, Nashua works to find housing for displaced occupants

Crews are going full steam ahead on a $1.6 million plan to rebuild a bridge over train tracks on Route 107A that's been on the state's "red list" since 2010.

Hidden gems: The Masons, an 1895 organ and Bach

"I take my fundamental cue from John Coltrane that says there must be a priority of integrity, honesty, decency and mastery of craft." At 4 p.m. Sunday, June 24, 2018, in the Masonic Temple located in the Nashua Masonic Building, 200A Main St., organist Michael Joseph will play Bach, Buxtehude, Couperin and more on the historic 1895 Woodbury & Harris Pipe Organ in a concert entitled Masonic scholars attribute the roots of the Masonic tradition to medieval stone mason guilds as the language and symbols used in the fraternity's rituals come from this tradition and era.

Amazon has become the second most valuable publicly traded company in the world.

A Nashua woman did her own investigating and was able to locate and retrieve her stolen Shih Tzu, Nikko, from a Methuen, Mass., residence.

Rotary awards nearly $30,000 in scholarships

Courtesy photo The Rotary Club of Nashua recently awarded nearly $30,000 worth of scholarships to support those seeking to further their educations. From left are Rotary Scholarship Co-Chair Michael Aquino, Anson O'Young, Sithara Nambiar, Madelaine Duda, Molly Plaistead, Candace Gordon and Rotary Scholarship Co-Chair Jane Marquis.

Dognapped: Woman investigates, rescues her dog after it was stolen Source: Cox Media Group

A woman who had her beloved 11-year-old pug-shih tzu mix stolen from her car has been happily reunited with her pet. "He is with me all the time," said Martinez.

Nashua aldermen postpone budget vote

A Nashua woman did her own investigating and was able to locate and retrieve her stolen Shih Tzu, Nikko, from a Methuen, Mass., residence.

Lawyer in Maselli sexual assault case tells judge he's - unable to continue'

The sexual assault case of Edward Maselli, the now 27-year-old Nashua man charged in 2016 with raping a woman he met through social media, took an unexpected turn this week when his attorney abruptly notified the court he cannot continue representing Maselli. No specific reason is given in attorney Adam Bernstein's expedited motion, in which he asked the court to hold a status-of-counsel hearing in place of Maselli's hearing on his motion to suppress, which had been scheduled for Tuesday in Hillsborough County Superior Court South.

Franklin VFW officers removed, post shut down after complaints about canteen

The Franklin VFW post was closed suddenly Monday and its leaders were asked to step down after members of the state organization raised concerns about the bar inside the veterans' social organization. VFW State Judge Advocate Dana Hussey would not go into detail about the exact allegations against the post, but he said operations had not been "run according to bylaws for some time now," and the issues had to do with the VFW's bar, or canteen.

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