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Nashua Police cordon off a home on Oak Street where a 3-year-old was seriously injured on Tuesday.

Police investigating death of 3-year-old girl in Nashua


Police are investigating the death of a 3-year-old girl in Nashua on Tuesday. Authorities remained tight-lipped about the toddler's death, but have been to the 14 Oak St. residence she lived at numerous times on complaints of child abuse.

Fred Fuller, center, arrives for his bankruptcy hearing in Manchester on Tuesday.

Rymes takes over for Fuller, deliveries start Wednesday


With a judge's blessing Tuesday, trucks bearing the name of Rymes Propane & Oil will start delivering home heating fuel to customers of Fred Fuller Oil & Propane on Wednesday morning.

Manchester school exec contract squeaks by


The Manchester Board of School Committee narrowly approved extending the employment contract of Assistant Superintendent David Ryan and formally dropped his residency requirement.

Keene Pumpkin Festival issues to get full airing Tuesday


Whether or not the city should allow the 25th annual Keene Pumpkin Festival next year in light of the riots will be up for discussion at Keene State College next week.

Jim Campbell fills buckets of sand at Manchester Public Works for his apartment buildings ahead of Wednesday’s predicted snowstorm.

Holiday travelers will be heading over the river and through the snow


Highway and utility crews prepared for a messy day's work, and Granite Staters rethought Thanksgiving plans as the state braced for its first significant snowstorm on a historically heavy travel day.

Former Plaistow detective George Wickson, 41, was sentenced Tuesday in Rockingham County Superior Court.

Ex-Plaistow police detective sentenced to jail for off-duty threat


A former Plaistow police detective was sentenced to nine days in county jail for holding a knife to another man’s throat at a wedding after-party in Newton last May.


Teen driver dies after being pulled from icy waters in Londonderry


A Londonderry High School junior has died from injuries suffered in a crash into Little Cohas Brook late Monday afternoon.

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Cher cancels rest of tour, including Manchester date

In a statement, the musician said an infection that affects her kidney function requires more rest for a full recovery.

Southern New Hampshire University's McIninch Art Gallery in Manchester today unveils an exhibit by Maine artist Kim Bernard.

Whimsy, physics unite in 'Objects in Motion'

Southern New Hampshire University's McIninch Art Gallery is on the move with its latest exhibition, “Objects in Motion: Survey of Work by Kim Bernard.”

Cultural plan in Nashua promotes new art center

Along with a possible performing arts center, the new cultural plan encourages more public art work, collaboration with other organizations and renovations to existing venues.

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Aubrey Armstrong-Trembley, 6, and dressed as a Pilgrim, is served corn by a volunteering parent during the annual first grade Thanksgiving feast Tuesday.

First graders enjoy early Thanksgiving feast

First graders took part in the annual Thanksgiving feast at Woodman Park School Tuesday.

Manchester Christmas Parade steps off Dec. 6

The Manchester Christmas Parade will take place Saturday, Dec. 6, stepping off on Elm Street at 4 p.m. The parade will start at the Brady Sullivan Tower and end at Verizon Wireless Arena.

Dover will light its Christmas tree Dec. 5 at 5 p.m.

Dover to hold 29th annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony

Dover's annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony will be held Friday Dec. 5 at 5 p.m.

Trauger Groh, Alice Groh, Lincoln Geiger and Anthony Graham were honored with a ceremony of recognition for founding the community supported agriculture movement (CSA). It was proclaimed that Nov. 23 be Wilton-Temple Community Farm Day.

Farm movement founders honored at community agricultural day ceremony

The Wilton and Temple Board of Selectmen, the House of Representatives and the Governor all proclaimed Nov. 23 as Wilton-Temple Community Farm Day in Temple and Wilton with a ceremony presided by the Grange #35 in Peterborough.

Whiskey jacks and camp at Unknown Pond

In the backyard, right in view from the kitchen window, I maintain three bird feeders in the vainglorious hope that I can make a difference with small creatures, of the flying kind. These manage to fly in the worst of weather, in winds that would ground the 1st Airborne.

Author Doris Kearns Goodwin talks Taft, Teddy and journalism

On the 51st anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, famous author and presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin visited Nashua to share her knowledge and passion for great American leaders.

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