Nashua Telegraph in Nashua, New-Hampshire
8 Nov 2008

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8 Nov 2008

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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Nashua, New Hampshire Portsmouth Milford 14 Bishop Guertin 45 15 Exeter 9 Nashua South 43 Manchester memorial 13 i 3 i 48b High school football scoreboard full Gridiron coverage in sports and online at . 50 cents i www. no voters break turnout record by Kevin Landrigan staff writer Concord voters set another record with 719,643 turning out in this historic presidential election tuesday. Democratic sen. Barack Obama won the state by nearly 70,000 votes Over Republican sen. John Mccain who had prevailed in two previous presidential primaries Here. The total vote Mark shattered the highest vote of 683,672 that turned out to narrowly hand the state and its four electoral votes to sen. John Kerr of Massachusetts Over president Bush in 2004. Secretary of state Bill Gardner had predicted an even bigger showing of 750,000. A a in a off by Only 4 percent but voting i Page 12 results in for county races by David Brooks staff writer incumbents won All the contested races for county wide offices tuesday according to numbers released by the new Hampshire Secretary of states office. In the 2nd District seat for the three person Hillsborough county commission Democrat Michael Clemons won re election for the county commission winners i Page 12 jury a close to a Call in child murder Case courts i woman faces life if convicted of killing her daughter decision could come monday. By Andrew Wolfe staff writer Nashua after three Days of deliberations jurors indicated they Are making Progress toward a verdict in the trial of a Mother accused of killing her 21-month-old daughter in 2006. Nicole Belonga 27, of 65 Alder drive Nashua could face up to life in prison if convicted of second degree murder though the charge carries no mandatory minimum and typical sentences Are less than life. Her daughter Rylea Belonga died in january 2006 of brain injuries that doctors testified could Only have been caused by violent abuse including shaking and some sort of blow to the head. Prosecutors contend that the timing and Onset of Ryleas symptoms proves that Belonga caused her daughters death while Belonga a lawyers blame a baby Sitters Boyfriend who was with Rylea when she collapsed. Trial i Page 12keeping you connected to your Community a Nashua and Southern new Hampshire new England s 2007 newspaper of the year 176th year no. 181 saturday november 8,2008 Man arrested in shooting Nashua i suspect victim were neighbors in same Concord Street apartment House. By Karen Lovett and Joseph g. Cote staff writers Nashua a woman is in critical condition in a City Hospital after being shot Early Friday morning. Police arrested Juan Mateo Sanchez also known As Sergio Tapia 44, of 151 Concord St., and charged him with attempted murder and felony reckless con air no duct after he allegedly shot the woman a several times during a Domestic dispute around 2 40 . Friday. Pelham police arrested Mateo Sanchez less than an hour later around 3 20 ., after Nashua police broadcast a regional bulletin including a description of his vehicle. Police describe the relationship Between Mateo Sanchez and the victim except to say they knew each other and both lived at 151 Concord St. There Are several apartments at that address according to Nashua police it. George Mccarthy. Police were called to the apartment building around 2 40 . For reports of shots fired. Mccarthy declined to answer several other questions including How Many times the victim was shot or where whether any witnesses were present what Hospital the victim was taken to her age or whether the Calls to police came via 911. Gilbert Vidal lives next door shooting i Page 12 staff photo by Don Himsel police tape surrounds 151 Concord St. In Nashua on Friday. Police arrested resident Juan Mateo Sanchez in the shooting of a female resident of the building. This photo shows the reconstructed c. H. Avery co. Building on factory Street shortly after a mid-1920�?Ts fire damaged a Section of the original store. After 121 years in operation the store is closing for Good at the end of 2008. Courtesy photo today 62 inside today world amp nation. S Nashua amp Region. .3-4 state amp new England .2 religion. 8-9 opinion.13 obituaries. 7 sports. 15-18 comics amp advice. 10-11 television. 19 movies. 19 tonight 42 sunday 57/35 monday 51/32 tuesday 49/33 14 today s Speed read news you need to know in a neat Little package dismantled landmark rebuilt the boards used to build the new icehouse in the Wood Mont Orchards town owned conservation land off route 122, were Cut with a table saw and pieced together to replicate the 1932 original rough Hen lumber of various widths fitted together in no particular pattern and secured with Flathead steel nails. Page 3 pm reports $2.5b loss general motors corp. Reported a $2.5 billion loss in the third Quarter and warned Friday that it could run out of Cash in 2009 if the . Economic slump continues and it does t get government Aid. Pm also said it has suspended talks to acquire Chrysler. Page 5j Obama promises action on Economy inheriting an Economy in peril president elect Obama warned Friday that the nation faces a huge Challenge and pledged he would act to help americans devastated by lost jobs disappearing savings and Homes in foreclosure. But the Man who promised change cautioned against Hopes of Quick solutions. Page 7 lottery numbers tri state Day 3. .4-7-3 tri state Day 4 .1-2-6-7 tri state night 32-3-9 tri state night 4 .3 4-4-2 tri state paycheck .2-4-22-23-33 mass. Day .4-7-0-5 mass. Night .4-7-7-8 mass. Cash 12-15-23-29-31 Mega millions.14-24-32-43-44 b-21 Contact us main number 882-2741 More Contact info Page w internet Jennies provided my comm muons the Telegraph is part of no com a "11003 noose just test drive us and drive off with some Cash. Fat drive or pre owned vehicle from Peters and receive a 2$ rebate Good towards Bass pro shops bad Barit i beyond Bast Bay Hook depot pc Peggy Kab toys Mary a soars Stor Baths target toys r us and to snort. La. I Ven to Turnpike exit 7w i 280 300 Amherst Street Nashua new Hampshire 03063 i 603.889.1 Peters Auto com Peters of Nashua test drive any vahide at Peters of Nashua and receive a $25 rebate. A while supplies lost one rebote Pei customer we sell peace of mind. J Peters employees or their families Are not eligible v a a a a a <�5> i see dealer for details a a up to offer expires 11 /30/08 on an Early june Day Back in 1937, a local Man named Paul Rioux walked in to a sprawling retail store Over near the Mills and plunked Down $2 in Cash a on account. Exactly what he was paying toward Isnit Clear but the stores huge signs said it was a a Complete House furnished a with the a largest assortment. Lowest prices a that carried a everything needful a payable in a Cash or seventy one years and five months later that same two Bucks that Paul probably had to work a half a Day to earn would barely get you a medium Joe at dunking in the morning and if you re willing to suffer through a Coors Light or Miller Lite perhaps a Yarmish Happy hour draft after work. Paul probably went to the store cashier to make his payment and because everyone knew everyone in Nashua Back then he May have said Quot his to two Guys in the office wearing suits George Davis and Dave Pinet. At the time George and Dave were the owners of this landmark Nashua store known then As the . Avery co. Their names appeared at the top of the �?T37 company payroll each worked 44 hours and Dean Shalhoup As City institution reaches Twilight a look Back made $50 a week. The fun Little snapshot of doing business in Post depression pre world War ii Nashua is one of Many that have come to Light in recent weeks As the 121-year life of the factory Street Home furnishings store gets closer and closer to becoming a Long chapter in City history. Current owners Bob and Steve Lavoie a father son team whose roots go Back to another famous factory Street outlet eddies bedding and furniture announced in late september that they a decided to close averys which they bought in 1992 and combined with eddies. Shalhoup i Page 12

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