nashua-telegraph

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 02:41:04 -0700
NASHUA – After stumbling over small changes to the city budget earlier this month, members of the Board of Aldermen rallied Monday behind a string of cuts suggested by Ward 9 Alderman Ken Siegel, trimming more than half a million dollars from the annual spending package. The board voted 11-4 to approve an overall city budget of about $256 million, with a general fund appropriation of close to ...
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 20:56:27 -0700
NASHUA – With a revolt by workers continuing to interrupt its distribution system, Market Basket has started donating perishable goods to food banks in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, hoping to prevent it from becoming another casualty of turmoil at the grocery chain. Nancy Mellitt, director of development for New Hampshire Food Bank, said the organization began receiving meat, produce and ...
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 20:56:16 -0700
Gov. Maggie Hassan vetoed a bill Monday aimed at preventing bullying of state employees calling it “unworkable’’ legislation that would lead to expensive lawsuits and hinder government productivity. “Among its most onerous provisions, this legislation defines abusive conduct in a broad and unworkable manner based on an individual employee’s subjective perception, not on an unbiased objective ...