Tag Archives: Nashua

Judge declares plaintiffs in Nashua spending cap suit have no standing

NASHUA — The city’s spending cap violates state law and is unenforceable, according to a judge who has dismissed a lawsuit brought against the city by two former aldermen. Hillsborough County Superior Court Judge Charles Temple ruled Tuesday that because the … Continue reading

Posted in Budgets, Debt/Spending, Local NH Politics | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Woman gets 18 months in prison on identity fraud charge

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A woman who pleaded guilty to identity fraud after she attempted to work with the city of Nashua, New Hampshire, as a volunteer grant writer has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. Court documents say … Continue reading

Posted in Crime | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Nashua Alderman Vote Unanimously to Spend Other People’s Money

A Rhode Island Company has convinced the city of Nashua to spend your money. According to NHPR’s incorrectly named article “Nashua Alderman Unanimously Approve Commuter Rail Memorandum,” The Tuesday night unanimous approval of the memorandum of understanding means the city can begin work … Continue reading

Posted in Local NH Politics, New Hampshire News, taxes | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Nashua Mayor: Proposed Commuter Rail Project Win-Win for City

The Nashua Board of Aldermen gave an initial nod Tuesday night to a plan to bring a commuter rail stop to the city. The commuter rail line would run from Worcester, Massachusetts to Lowell and then up to Nashua and … Continue reading

Posted in Around New England, New Hampshire News | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

No New Performing Arts Center In Nashua

NASHUA — Despite pleas from dozens of city residents eager to have a new downtown performing arts center, aldermen on Tuesday rejected a proposal to spend $15.5 million to convert the former Alec’s Shoes building into an arts venue. The … Continue reading

Posted in Around New England, Budgets, Debt/Spending, Local NH Politics | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Nashua ‘Safe Stations’: 800+ Opioid Addicts Get Help

The Nashua Safe Stations program, which connects opioid addicts with recovery help at city fire stations, recently reached another milestone. As of the end of August, the program has served more than 800 people since launching in November, according to … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Drugs | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Nashua Teachers’ Union Plans Actions In Contract Dispute

The Nashua Teachers’ Union says teachers might cut back on their responsibilities if the Board of Education doesn’t come to a contract agreement this week. Teachers started the new school year without a contract. Union president Adam Marcoux says the board … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Unions | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Nashua, NH Man Posed as Counselor, Sexually Assaulted 18-Year-Old Woman

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Police in New Hampshire have charged a man who they say sexually assaulted an 18-year-old woman after giving her alcohol. WMUR-TV reports 46-year-old David Greenblatt, of Nashua, has been charged with two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault. … Continue reading

Posted in Crime | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Would Nashua Mayor Donchuss bring TSA-Style Searches to his choo-choo plan

One of their reasons is that rail is so much better than flying – just look at the comfy seats that are shown when Amtrack does its ads.  Sure looks like the lap of luxury, right? Easy-peezy, just buy your … Continue reading

Posted in Local NH Politics | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Michelle Levell: Nashua Wants More From Homeschoolers

With the next school year right around the corner, some families are filing a Letter of Intent to begin home educating their children. They have a choice to file with their local school district (SAU) office, a private school that … Continue reading

Posted in Education, NH School Choice, School Choice for NH | Tagged , , | Leave a comment