US Deaths From Coronavirus Exceed 100,000. City of Nashua Now Requires the Wearing of Face Masks in Public.
Today, U.S. coronavirus deaths passed the 100,000 mark. Within three months. The first U.S. death was reported on February 29th in the Seattle area, though several fatalities not attributed to the virus previously have since been reported. As of today, according to Johns Hopkins University’s global tracker, 28% of the world’s deaths due to coronavirus […]
The filing period for all offices for the September State Primary Election opens on Wednesday, June 3rd. Under state law, the last day for voters who are already registered to declare or change party affiliation before the primary is on Tuesday, June 2nd. RSA 654:34 states that in order to declare or change a party […]
In the May 15th House Calendar, the Speaker of the House announced that the House will next meet in session on June 11th at the Whittemore Center Arena at the University of New Hampshire. The House last met on March 13th, a marathon-like session that began at 9:00 am on March 12th and ended close […]
The following COVID-19 information is publicly available but residents of Ward 2 — and Nashua — may find this compilation useful and convenient. In addition to these state and regional links, the City of Nashua maintains a page on its website that contains, additional guidance, information and resources relative to COVID-19. The City’s web pages […]