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Good morning, Nashua! Let’s get you started this Friday with everything you need to know going on today in town.

First, today’s weather:

Partly sunny and warmer. High: 71 Low: 45.

Find out what’s happening in Nashuawith free, real-time updates from Patch.

Here are the top stories in Nashua today:

  1. NH Pastor Faces New Charges in Investigation Dating Back Over 5 Years (NBC10 Boston)
  2. After 2 Years, No Solid Leads In Missing Woman Case: PM Patch NH
  3. March 17 NH DHHS COVID-19 update: 109 positive results with 7 in Manchester; 3 deaths reported (Manchester Ink Link)
  4. Manchester Woman Faces 33 Charges In Child Abuse Investigation (Jeffrey Hastings)
  5. Local Irish celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at McCleary’s Pub| (LNP | LancasterOnline)
  6. Jacqueline Gile Obituary (1929 – 2022) – Nashua, NH (Legacy.com)
  7. Amanda Grazewski Case: Cops Say ‘No Sustained Tips’ After 2 Years (Nashua Patch)
  8. NH Chronicle: Gourmet Cotton Candy (WMUR Manchester)
  9. Donald Lussier Obituary (2022) – North Chelmsford, MA – Lowell Sun (Legacy.com)
  10. 3 Arrested In Nashua After Operation Granite Shield Roundup (Nashua Patch)
  11. Kenneth Boyer Obituary (1949 – 2022) – Goffstown, NH – Union Leader (Legacy.com)
  12. Walgreens, VillageMD to open practices in New Hampshire (Becker’s Hospital Review)
  13. Nashua Prospective Homeowners: Check Out 5 New Homes For Sale (Nashua Patch)
  14. The State Of Hunger: A Disconnect Between Need And Available Food (New Hampshire Bulletin)
  15. Nashua Calendar: See What’s Happening In The Area This Weekend (Nashua Patch)
  16. Skillsoft Finance II, Inc. — Moody’s affirms Skillsoft’s B2 CFR and first lien debt rating; outlook changed to positive (Yahoo Finance)
  17. ? Nashua Daily: Gate City Woman Killed In Boating Incident (Patch)
  18. ? Concord Daily: Motorcyclist Killed; New Middle School Project (Patch)
  19. ? Merrimack Daily: Cupcakes For Ukraine; Teacher Gets New Gig (Patch)
  20. Hassan: ‘It’s essential that we allow Medicare to negotiate prices and pass a drug pricing reform package’ (Nashua Telegraph)
  21. Michael Deschenes | News, Sports, Jobs (Nashua Telegraph)
  22. MaryLou McAninch | News, Sports, Jobs (Nashua Telegraph)
  23. Free Stater’s motion cuts Croydon School budget in half (Nashua Telegraph)

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