Author: Jan Schmidt

Charter Questions – 2019

The voters spoke loudly on one, and the second not so much Shall the municipality approve the charter amendment summarized below? This amendment changes the way that vacancies are to be filled until the next municipal election  on the Board of Aldermen, Board of Education,  Board of Public Works, and […]

Mature ​Worker Program

The Mature Worker Program is a pilot grant being offered by NH Employment Security (NHES) in collaboration with the NH Department of Business and Economic Affairs (BEA), and in conjunction with Southern NH Services as well as other community action programs throughout the state. The Mature Worker Program designed to […]

Assessing Department Monthly Newsletter

A letter from the Director of Admin Services Good morning, Today. at the August 29th Board of Assessors meeting,  Assessing staff and the Director of Administrative Services, Kim Kleiner  announced the creation of a new assessing monthly newsletter designed to keep residents informed during the 2019 Full Measure & List […]

A Very Special Craft Fair

The Nashua Historical Society’s 2019 Artisan Craft Fair The Nashua Historical Society is sponsoring a juried artisan craft fair on Saturday, October 19, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. We are looking for crafters who make their own unique crafts.  Applications are due by September 17th. More Information

Nashua Community School

Courses offered range widely – from Baking and Cooking, Computer, English for those learning the language, Health & Wellness, Painting and Pottery, Small Engine Repair, to Woodworking.   Classes are during the evening, with the length and time vary depending on the course.Take a look at what’s available! Please contact […]