28, Nov 2014 - Nashua, NH Massachusetts braces for 2 death penalty trials
BOSTON — As Massachusetts braces for the upcoming death penalty trial of the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing, the state's other death penalty defendant is also heading back to court: Gary Lee Sampson, a drifter from Abington who confessed to carjacking and killing two men in Massachusetts and a third in New Hampshire during a weeklong crime spree.
12, Oct 2014 - Florida woman pleads guilty to Nashua-based tax refund scheme
CONCORD — The U.S. Attorney’s office in New Hampshire says a Florida woman has pleaded guilty to conspiracy in connection with a tax refund scheme. Prosecutors say 47-year-old Ann Marie Howard Aguiar, of Jacksonville, admitted she filed false claims for tax refunds from the Internal Revenue Service. The Nashua-based scheme resulted in the filing of 5,000-plus false claims seeking $9.4 million ...
10, Oct 2014 - Nashua, NH Nashua officials want Secretary of State held in contempt
NASHUA – City officials want a judge to hold the New Hampshire secretary of state in contempt over the way he printed ballots that were already the subject of a lawsuit appealed to the state’s highest court. City and state lawyers were in Hillsborough County Superior Court in Nashua on Thursday over whether the absentee ballots the state printed are one or two ballots because they take up two ...
10, Oct 2014 - More allegations made in Nashua suit over ballot against Secretary of State
Nashua attorney asks court to hold New Hampshire's Secretary of State in contempt of court.
09, Oct 2014 - Shaheen: Judge my record in helping New Hampshire
NASHUA – U.S, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen defended her record in Washington at a meeting with the editorial board of The Telegraph, ticking off accomplishments she said demonstrated her success helping New Hampshire, often through bipartisan action. “When people knock on our door, I don’t say to them, ‘Are you a Republican or a Democrat?’ ‘Are you registered to vote?’ ‘Where do you live in New Hampshire ...
08, Oct 2014 - Nashua, NH Amendment will be voted on
CONCORD – New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner said he will abide by a Nashua judge’s order to put a Nashua city charter amendment on the Nov. 4 state ballot – even though he disagrees about its legality – after the state Supreme Court declined this week to grant an expedited appeal of the ruling. Gardner said Thursday he would be “complying with” Hillsborough County Superior Court ...