nashua-telegraph

Sat, 19 Apr 2014 18:35:53 -0700
Those old copper lines you use for voice telephone calls, roughly the same way your great-grandparents did, aren’t disappearing from New Hampshire any time soon, but they’re becoming a smaller part of the complicated world that FairPoint inhabits. “Landlines for residential service, throughout the country, are going to continue to go down – probably to some plateau … as wireless coverage picks ...
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 18:35:34 -0700
Attention, brides: If you’re looking for a really, really different location for your formal wedding photo, Cail Bellevance has an idea. “We want to get more weddings, and we were thinking of having pictures with the bride up here,” said Bellevance as she stood amid the workings of the four-faced clock that graces the top of the Hunt Memorial Building on Library Hill. “Of course, they’d have to ...
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 13:35:32 -0700
NASHUA – The natural beauty of Mine Falls Park in Nashua was in good hands Saturday as volunteers of all ages pitched in with Trail Day, which asks residents to volunteer with trash cleanup in the park. “We’re getting the walking trails where people drink and smoke,” said Lucy Hermann, who patrolled the trails in Mine Falls Park with her family. “There’s more trash than we thought there would be ...