Around Town

Natural Medicine for Flu: Prevention and Healing

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 Cora Rivard N.D. 0
If you’ve already got it, don’t despair. Even if you’re an iron man, or a fitness/wellness guru, eventually your number is up. This is your excuse to stay home, snooze, sip tea and brothy soups, and binge watch episodes of Golden Girls…unless you’re a parent of young children. In that case, it’s just business as usual! Regardless, you want to get through this quickly and here are some tips to get you back in your groove. READ MORE

Banking on the sun: Nashua Soup Kitchen goes solar

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 ReVision Energy 0
A community celebration is planned for Feb. 9 in Nashua, as the city makes the clean energy transition of the Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter during a public solar switch-on event. Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess and U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan will join NSKS and ReVision Energy representatives to showcase the first solar-powered nonprofit in Nashua. READ MORE

Potty patrol: City put on notice about lock-down of public restrooms

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 Carol Robidoux 0
After more than three years of badgering the city to open public bathrooms at the downtown Visitor’s Center – even filing a lawsuit against the city, citing human rights violations – this one-man potty patrol’s persistence may be paying off. Glenn Ouellette has organized a rally Tuesday at Veterans Park. Then, he’s off to fight City Hall. READ MORE