A 20-year-old man died after lightning struck 14 people at a popular Los Angeles beach and a golf course.
Passport Office staff will strike today over staff shortages which they say have led to a serious backlog in processing ...
Commonwealth competitors will get a royal reception today as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive to watch the action ...
NASHUA – A comprehensive redesign and aesthetic upgrade to the campus of Nashua’s Rivier University that began taking shape on paper and slide shows more than two years ago is ... FULL ARTICLE AT Nashua Telegraph
After rolling to a 19-2 regular season record and the top spot in the McKeesport Daily News League baseball playoffs, South Park seems like the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
New Hampshire, it is fair to say, is not known for imposing overly strict environmental standards – “Live Free or Die,” and all that. But when it comes to E. coli ... FULL ARTICLE AT Nashua Telegraph
Cesaro has become a great story of a substitute evolving into a superstar. The company never intended for him to get as far as he ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The downpour began as practice was about to end for the Patriots on Sunday. It was nothing like the conditions in Arizona where four New England defensive backs ... FULL ARTICLE AT Nashua Telegraph
HOLLIS – Cam LaFleur may be known for his pitching skills, but his bat isn’t half bad either. LaFleur hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning ... FULL ARTICLE AT Nashua Telegraph
NASHUA – With Ryan Glendye on the mound for the Hudson Post 48 baseball team, there was nothing Sweeney Post 2 could do. Unfortunately for Hudson, Glendye could only pitch for ... FULL ARTICLE AT Nashua Telegraph
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Their plans for a tickertape parade through downtown Denver scuttled by a miserable performance in the Super Bowl, the Denver Broncos hadn’t heard the roar from supportive ... FULL ARTICLE AT Nashua Telegraph
EDITOR’S NOTE: Neighborhoods by the Numbers is a multipart six-day series profiling Nashua neighborhoods by digging into economic data. To read previous installments, visit nashuatelegraph.com. Like the neighboring ... FULL ARTICLE AT Nashua Telegraph
She’s got a lot of heart ... You can tell by the look on her face coming in that she’s ready and she will lock in on a cow.
With time, the sting of slavery and the triumph of Independence seemed to have worn off . . . . We now hope for someone else – Government, foreigners – will come and deliver us from ourselves
There is an undercurrent that solving problems that affect each and every one of us is somebody else’s responsibility – maybe Government’s . . . [but] a group of elected leaders cannot decide the fate and be tasked with coming up with all the solutions for a nation of near 283 000 people.
If we can register the roughly 500,000 people who voted last time, but never registered, and the 500,000 youth who were not 18 years old at the time, it would mean one million additional registrations
It is important in a case like this where a UN school in which hundreds of people took refuge is hit in this way, that there should be full transparency and accountability