Nashua, New Hampshire

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flirtations with professional sports. The Quincy Chiefs of the minor league Eastern Basketball Association (the predecessor to the current Continental Basketball Association) played a single season in 1977-78, and was coached and managed by current Boston Celtics executive Leo Papile. The Chiefs finished 12-19 in third place, and lost in the playoffs to eventual league champion Wilkes-Barre. Quincy's professional baseball team, the Shipbuilders, competed in the New England League


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;ref name "The Duel" Newly hired Vice President Charles Miner (Charles Miner (The Office)) implements a rigid managerial style over the branch that causes Michael to resign in protest.

series The Office credits written by Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky and directed by Paul Feig network NBC airdate 2009-03-19 season 5 number 92 Michael opens the Michael Scott Paper Company, enticing Pam and Ryan to join as salespeople, and though his business model is ultimately unsustainable, Dunder Mifflin's profits are immediately threatened.

"Company Picnic" The NHDOT Bureau of Turnpikes is responsible for maintenance of the public toll roads in New Hampshire: ** '''Frederick E. Everett Turnpike''' (also known as the '''Central Turnpike'''), which runs from


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'''Nashua High School South''' is a public high school located in Nashua, New Hampshire. The school's current location was erected in 1975 with its first class graduating in June 1976. The school was remodeled between 2002 and 2004 when a second school, Nashua High School North, was built. The existing high school building was renamed Nashua High School South. - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 - Only a few months after learning to fly, Milling entered and won the Tri-State Biplane Race against a field of experienced fliers. Flying a course that went from Boston, Massachusetts to Nashua, New Hampshire to Worcester, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island and back to Boston, a total of 175 miles, the cross-country race was the longest of its era. Milling flew it in a Wright B Flyer (Wright Model B) without the use of a compass. It was also his first night flight, with several large bonfires providing guidance to the landing field. Milling won the Tri-State Biplane Race in a Wright B against a field of experienced fliers, flying a course from Boston, Massachusetts to Nashua, New Hampshire to Worcester, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island and back to Boston, a total of 175 miles, without the use of a compass. It was also his first night flight, with several large bonfires providing guidance to the landing field. Cheney's father was a blacksmith, and he began working in his father's shop at age 10. At age 12 he began working at a tavern and later a general store in Francestown, New Hampshire. In 1831 he started work as a stagecoach driver between Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire) and Exeter (Exeter, New Hampshire), soon moving to the route between Nashua and Keene (Keene, New Hampshire). The stage did a brisk business due to the dearth of rail lines at the time. Cheney built relationships with some of his passengers at this time, including Daniel Webster, whose friendship lasted the rest of his life. With a reputation for honesty and reliability, he was frequently entrusted with large sums of money destined for banks on his route. In 1836 he became a stage agent in Boston. ''The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography'', Vol. X, p. 214. ''Dictionary of American Biography'', Vol. IV, p. 50. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930.


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replicated the November action on a larger scale, including arrests and seizures without search warrants, as well as detention in overcrowded and unsanitary holding facilities. Hoover later admitted "clear cases of brutality." Murray, 227-9 The raids covered more than 30 cities and towns in 23 states, but those west of the Mississippi and south of the Ohio were "publicity gestures" designed to make the effort appear nationwide in scope. States (cities where available): California (Los Angeles, San Francisco), Colorado (Denver), Connecticut (Ansonia (Ansonia, Connecticut), Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut), Meriden (Meriden, Connecticut), New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut), New London (New London, Connecticut), South Manchester (Manchester, Connecticut), Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut)), Florida, Illinois (Chicago, Rockford (Rockford, Illinois), East St. Louis (East St. Louis, Illinois)), Indiana, Iowa (Des Moines (Des Moines, Iowa)), Kansas (Kansas City (Kansas City, Kansas)), Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts (Boston, Chelsea (Chelsea, Massachusetts), Brockton (Brockton, Massachusetts), Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Massachusetts), Norwood (Norwood, Massachusetts), Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts), Chicopee Falls (Chicopee, Massachusetts), Holyoke (Holyoke, Massachusetts), Gardner (Gardner, Massachusetts), Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts), Lawrence (Lawrence, Massachusetts), Haverhill (Haverhill, Massachusetts)), Michigan (Detroit), Minnesota (St. Paul (Saint Paul, Minnesota)), Nebraska (Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska)), New Hampshire (Claremont (Claremont, New Hampshire), Derry (Derry, New Hampshire), Lincoln (Lincoln, New Hampshire), Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire)), New Jersey (Camden (Camden, New Jersey)), New York (Buffalo (Buffalo, New York) and "nearby towns", New York City), Ohio (Cleveland, Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio)), Oregon (Portland (Portland, Oregon)), Pennsylvania (Chester (Chester, Pennsylvania), Pittsburgh), Washington (Spokane (Spokane, Washington)), Wisconsin (Milwaukee, Racine (Racine, Wisconsin)). Others were arrested in West Virginia by agents working from Pittsburgh. Post, 91-2, 96, 104-5, 108, 110, 115-6, 120-1, 124, 126, 131 Because the raids targeted entire organizations, agents arrested everyone found in organization meeting halls, not only arresting non-radical organization members but also visitors who did not belong to a target organization, and sometimes American citizens not eligible for arrest and deportation. Post, 96-147, ''passim'' '''Nashua High School South''' is a public high school located in Nashua, New Hampshire. The school's current location was erected in 1975 with its first class graduating in June 1976. The school was remodeled between 2002 and 2004 when a second school, Nashua High School North, was built. The existing high school building was renamed Nashua High School South. - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 - Only a few months after learning to fly, Milling entered and won the Tri-State Biplane Race against a field of experienced fliers. Flying a course that went from Boston, Massachusetts to Nashua, New Hampshire to Worcester, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island and back to Boston, a total of 175 miles, the cross-country race was the longest of its era. Milling flew it in a Wright B Flyer (Wright Model B) without the use of a compass. It was also his first night flight, with several large bonfires providing guidance to the landing field. Milling won the Tri-State Biplane Race in a Wright B against a field of experienced fliers, flying a course from Boston, Massachusetts to Nashua, New Hampshire to Worcester, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island and back to Boston, a total of 175 miles, without the use of a compass. It was also his first night flight, with several large bonfires providing guidance to the landing field. Cheney's father was a blacksmith, and he began working in his father's shop at age 10. At age 12 he began working at a tavern and later a general store in Francestown, New Hampshire. In 1831 he started work as a stagecoach driver between Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire) and Exeter (Exeter, New Hampshire), soon moving to the route between Nashua and Keene (Keene, New Hampshire). The stage did a brisk business due to the dearth of rail lines at the time. Cheney built relationships with some of his passengers at this time, including Daniel Webster, whose friendship lasted the rest of his life. With a reputation for honesty and reliability, he was frequently entrusted with large sums of money destined for banks on his route. In 1836 he became a stage agent in Boston. ''The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography'', Vol. X, p. 214. ''Dictionary of American Biography'', Vol. IV, p. 50. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930.


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to the South (Southern United States) during the Great Depression, with the last mill closing in 1949. Many citizens were left unemployed. But then Sanders Associates, a newly created defense firm that is now part of BAE Systems, moved into one of the closed mills and launched the city's rebirth. Sam Tamposi (Samuel A. Tamposi) is credited with much of the city's revival. The arrival of Digital Equipment Corp. (now part of Hewlett-Packard) in the 1970s made the city part of the Boston-area high-tech corridor. Image:Tremont House, Nashua, NH.jpg Tremont House c. 1908 Image:Canal Street Bridge, Nashua, NH.jpg Canal St. Bridge, c. 1908 Image:The Willows, Nashua, NH.jpg The Willows, c. 1910; the road is now Route 101A (New Hampshire Route 101A) near Somerset Plaza Image:Huntlibrarynashua.jpg Hunt Memorial Library in 2006 Geography thumb right Nashua River Dam in 2006 (Image:Nashua 0509.jpg) Nashua is located at '''Nashua High School South''' is a public high school located in Nashua, New Hampshire. The school's current location was erected in 1975 with its first class graduating in June 1976. The school was remodeled between 2002 and 2004 when a second school, Nashua High School North, was built. The existing high school building was renamed Nashua High School South. - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 - Only a few months after learning to fly, Milling entered and won the Tri-State Biplane Race against a field of experienced fliers. Flying a course that went from Boston, Massachusetts to Nashua, New Hampshire to Worcester, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island and back to Boston, a total of 175 miles, the cross-country race was the longest of its era. Milling flew it in a Wright B Flyer (Wright Model B) without the use of a compass. It was also his first night flight, with several large bonfires providing guidance to the landing field. Milling won the Tri-State Biplane Race in a Wright B against a field of experienced fliers, flying a course from Boston, Massachusetts to Nashua, New Hampshire to Worcester, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island and back to Boston, a total of 175 miles, without the use of a compass. It was also his first night flight, with several large bonfires providing guidance to the landing field. Cheney's father was a blacksmith, and he began working in his father's shop at age 10. At age 12 he began working at a tavern and later a general store in Francestown, New Hampshire. In 1831 he started work as a stagecoach driver between Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire) and Exeter (Exeter, New Hampshire), soon moving to the route between Nashua and Keene (Keene, New Hampshire). The stage did a brisk business due to the dearth of rail lines at the time. Cheney built relationships with some of his passengers at this time, including Daniel Webster, whose friendship lasted the rest of his life. With a reputation for honesty and reliability, he was frequently entrusted with large sums of money destined for banks on his route. In 1836 he became a stage agent in Boston. ''The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography'', Vol. X, p. 214. ''Dictionary of American Biography'', Vol. IV, p. 50. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930.


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, Tyngsborough became a vacation community and had a large seasonal resident population even up until the late 1960s. A notable summer resident was actress Nance O'Neil, whose estate became the campus of the Academy of Notre Dame (Academy of Notre Dame (Tyngsboro, Massachusetts)). Today, Tyngsborough is primarily a bedroom community, part of Greater Lowell and the Nashua, New Hampshire region, as well as being an easy commute to the Boston area. The town is probably best known


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Hampshire ''Telegraph (Telegraph of Nashua)'' **Nashville, Tennessee ''The Tennessean'' Marsh was educated in Nashua, New Hampshire, which was where he started his working life. As a young man, he served with the 30th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment (American Civil War) and was a part of the Dakota Territory Indian campaigns. The Jewish immigrants to Vermont and New Hampshire have never been very numerous, though there are congregations in Burlington, Vermont and in Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), Concord (Concord, New Hampshire), Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), and Nashua, New Hampshire. Little of importance can be said about the communal life of the Jews in New England, and their numbers increased but slowly until after the beginning of the great Russian emigration in 1882, when the overflow from New York as well as the emigration through Canada commenced to stream into New England. '''Teradyne Connection Systems''', based in Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), New Hampshire manufactures high-density electronic connector (electrical connector)s, complete backplanes, and systems packaging. On 10 October 2005, Teradyne announced that this division was being sold to Amphenol for about US$ 390 million in cash. Boston Business Journal Teradyne selling TCS division to Amphenol Retrieved on May 30, 2007 '''''HippoPress''''' is the publisher of the free weekly newspaper '''Hippo''', based in Manchester, New Hampshire. Hippo, which is independently owned by Jody Reese, Jeff Rapsis and Dan Szczesny, started in January 2001. In 2004 it launched a second edition in Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire) and in 2005 it started a third in Concord (Concord, New Hampshire). In 2007 the editions were combined into one newspaper with a circulation of 34,000. HippoPress.com Early life Tebbetts was born in Burlington, Vermont, but his family moved to Nashua, New Hampshire a few months after he was born. Shortly thereafter, his father died, leaving his mother to raise the family. Some reports state that Tebbetts acquired his nickname as a boy after an aunt observed that his voice sounded like a bird chirping, while other reports state the nickname was acquired while attending Providence College. *All former B&M service that extended north of the Massachusetts border were curtailed by 1967, except for a brief period of experimental service from January 28, 1980 to March 1, 1981. '''Nashua High School South''' is a public high school located in Nashua, New Hampshire. The school's current location was erected in 1975 with its first class graduating in June 1976. The school was remodeled between 2002 and 2004 when a second school, Nashua High School North, was built. The existing high school building was renamed Nashua High School South. - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 - Only a few months after learning to fly, Milling entered and won the Tri-State Biplane Race against a field of experienced fliers. Flying a course that went from Boston, Massachusetts to Nashua, New Hampshire to Worcester, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island and back to Boston, a total of 175 miles, the cross-country race was the longest of its era. Milling flew it in a Wright B Flyer (Wright Model B) without the use of a compass. It was also his first night flight, with several large bonfires providing guidance to the landing field. Milling won the Tri-State Biplane Race in a Wright B against a field of experienced fliers, flying a course from Boston, Massachusetts to Nashua, New Hampshire to Worcester, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island and back to Boston, a total of 175 miles, without the use of a compass. It was also his first night flight, with several large bonfires providing guidance to the landing field. Cheney's father was a blacksmith, and he began working in his father's shop at age 10. At age 12 he began working at a tavern and later a general store in Francestown, New Hampshire. In 1831 he started work as a stagecoach driver between Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire) and Exeter (Exeter, New Hampshire), soon moving to the route between Nashua and Keene (Keene, New Hampshire). The stage did a brisk business due to the dearth of rail lines at the time. Cheney built relationships with some of his passengers at this time, including Daniel Webster, whose friendship lasted the rest of his life. With a reputation for honesty and reliability, he was frequently entrusted with large sums of money destined for banks on his route. In 1836 he became a stage agent in Boston. ''The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography'', Vol. X, p. 214. ''Dictionary of American Biography'', Vol. IV, p. 50. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1930.


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address to the University's 136th graduating class, and also received an honorary doctorate.

articles 2006 05 07 honorary_senselessness title Honorary senselessness last McNamara first Eileen date May 7, 2006 publisher The Boston Globe accessdate May 26, 2010 On October 10, 2005, Teradyne and Amphenol announced that Amphenol would acquire Teradyne Connection Systems, for about USD $390 million in cash. ''Business Week'' article TCS, based in Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), New Hampshire


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is provided by the Nashua Transit System, which runs a bus line. Efforts are being made to extend the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's commuter rail Lowell Line from Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts) to Nashua. The state legislature created the New Hampshire Rail Transit Authority (NHRTA) in 2007 with the goal of overseeing the development of commuter rail in the state. Currently, proposed commuter rail stops include Nashua, Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire) and Concord


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Nashua, New Hampshire

'''Nashua''' is a city in Hillsborough County (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire), New Hampshire, United States. As of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), Nashua had a total population of 86,494, United States Census Bureau, American FactFinder, 2010 Census figures. Retrieved March 23, 2011. making it the second largest city in the state (and in the three northern New England states) after Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire).

Built around the now-departed textile industry, in recent decades it has been swept up in southern New Hampshire's economic expansion as part of the Boston region. Nashua was twice named "Best Place to Live in America" in annual surveys by ''Money'' (Money (magazine)) magazine. "Nashua cracks Money’s top 100", ''Nashua Telegraph'', July 13, 2010. It is the only city to get the No. 1 ranking on two occasions—in 1987 and 1997.

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