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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
Senate Votes to Repeal N.H.'s Death Penalty, As Sununu Vows Veto

The state Senate has voted to repeal New Hampshire's death penalty - though Gov. Chris Sununu says he'll veto the measure if it reaches his desk. The 14 to 10 vote Thursday comes after the Senate rejected repealing the death penalty twice in recent years, even as the House supported it.

Third nor'easter strikes N.H. in month's span

Adam Urquhart While many Hudson, NH residents made their way out to the polls to cast their ballots Tuesday afternoon, a couple brave souls stood outside, withstanding the heavy snowfall to cheer voters on and encourage them to cast their votes one way or another. Patty Leone was one of them, dressed head to toe in snow gear, encouraging folks to vote for James Weaver.

Palace Theatre open to discussing the possibility of managing Nashua's new arts center

"They suggest we get a director, but they are also willing to talk with us about being the management entity with a Palace south branch, if you will," said Brian McCarthy, president of the Board of Aldermen.

Cheers, sirens welcome new ambulance

Residents and members of the fire department gathered Thursday at Town Hall to celebrate. Cheers erupted as the bright red vehicle pulled into the parking lot.

Death penalty repeal debated in emotional State House hearing

The Nashua senator, lead sponsor of Senate Bill 593, told the Senate Judiciary Committee that his experience interviewing death row inmates who were later found innocent convinced him that the risk of killing an innocent person outweighs the deterrent value of capital punishment.

Charge upped in broken nose breakup case

A Fairfield University student/ amateur swim suit model, who gained international attention when police said she broke her rugby player boyfriend's nose when he tried to break up with her, just wants to be left alone. "She is asking that her privacy be respected at this time," said Frank Riccio II following a brief court hearing Monday for 19-year-old Kathryn Mahoney.

The Latest: Commission respects ruling on lottery winner ID

In this Feb. 13, 2018, file photo, Judge Charles Temple listens to attorney Steven M. Gordon, who represents lottery winner "Jane Doe", during a hearing in the Jane Doe v. NH Lottery Commission case at Hillsborough Superior Court in Nashua, N.H. Temple ruled Monday, March 12, 2018, that the woman who won a Powerball jackpot worth nearly $560 million can keep her identity private, but not her hometown.

The Latest: $560M Powerball winner 'jumping up and down'

In this Feb. 13, 2018, file photo, Judge Charles Temple listens to attorney Steven M. Gordon, who represents lottery winner "Jane Doe", during a hearing in the Jane Doe v.

The Latest: $560M Powerball winner 'jumping up and down'

In this Feb. 13, 2018, file photo, Judge Charles Temple listens to attorney Steven M. Gordon, who represents lottery winner "Jane Doe", during a hearing in the Jane Doe v. NH Lottery Commission case at Hillsborough Superior Court in Nashua, N.H. Temple ruled Monday, March 12, 2018, that the woman who won a Powerball jackpot worth nearly $560 million can keep her identity private, but not her hometown.

Nashuan's new trial scheduled for June

A Superior Court judge has structured a tentative timeline for motions filings and hearings in the case of Jonathan J. Marden, the young Nashua man who was convicted of rape in September - but then was granted a new trial on the basis of ineffective assistance of counsel.

DCYF leaders say caseloads are high, morale is low and turnover a problem

Students across the state are joining their counterparts nationwide in holding "walkouts" on Wednesday to honor victims of the massacre in Parkland, Fla.

For NH gun sellers, latest massacre triggers higher sales and a familiar political debate

More than a third of the state's 221 towns are facing articles about permitting Keno, the electronic bingo-style game now operating in Manchester, Nashua and five other cities.

It never hurts to get a little nostalgic about Nashua

"The story - from Rapunzel to War and Peace - is one of the basic tools invented by the human mind, for the ... I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself to the community as the new clinical director of emergency services ... When I was a junior in high school, I got the flu.

Skip' Barrett: A man of many civic, public service hats

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Nashua native and lifelong resident Arthur "Skip" Barrett has worn numerous hats over the years, among them a 45-year member of the Nashua Public Library Board of Trustees. The young Nashua alderman was still in his 30s as he neared the end of his second, and final, term on the board.

Walk to stop opioid abuse on tap March 31

Adam Urquhart Ward 4 Alderman Tom Lopez spoke to the crowd on stage at Greeley Park at the start of Awareness is Healing: Walk to STOP Heroin/Opioid Abuse.

Master model maker to speak in Tilton

Dick Zoerb of Nashua, a Korean War veteran who's been into model making since he was a teenager, will present a display of dozens of his large-scale paper models of airplanes, ships, lighthouses and more and speak about his lifetime in the craft in a public talk at the New Hampshire Veterans Home on Wednesday. He'll be donating a couple of his works, large replicas of famous World War II bombers, to the Veterans Home.

Our Back Pages: Notes From the Book Review Archives

This week's cover reviews look at the role of corporations in American life. In a 1954 review of "The 20th Century Capitalist Revolution," by Adolf A. Berle Jr., Seymour E. Harris, an economic adviser to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, reflected on the need to check the increasingly unbridled power of corporations.

Senate backs plan to continue NH Medicaid expansion

The plan to continue New Hampshire's Medicaid expansion program cleared a critical hurdle by winning strong bipartisan support in the state Senate Thursday night.

Appeal considered in Nashua spending cap lawsuit

After squandering a 9-0 lead to start its Division I semifinal, Pinkerton made sure a 12-0 spurt out of halftime stuck on the way to downing Manchester Memorial 56-38 in a Division... CONCORD - A Manchester-based organization is making plans to resume recovery programs in the Concord space vacated last month by New Hampshire Hope for Recovery.

Judge's ruling moves case against city forward

A Superior Court judge has rejected the City of Nashua's argument that the family of Jacob Goulet, which filed suit against the city last year after Goulet's fatal plunge into an uncovered sewer drain, isn't entitled to a jury trial because its paperwork wasn't in order.

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