With his skills on guitar, he’s played with the likes of Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Pat Metheny, Bill Frisell, Jaco Pastorius, Mavis Staples and Phil Lesh from the Grateful Dead, just to name a few. In fact, the name of his new album, “Uncle John’s Band,” released October 13, comes from one of the Dead’s famous tunes and he also did a rendition of it for one of the record’s tracks. READ MORE
On a very chilly Wednesday morning, city officials and local business leaders gathered near the corner of Merrimack and Chestnut Streets to inaugurate construction on new affordable housing that will be coming to that intersection. READ MORE
Today, Mayor-Elect Jay Ruais announced the hiring of former Ward 6 Alderman, and Manchester City Charter Commission Member, Nick Pappas to assume the role of Chief of Staff in his Mayor’s Office. READ MORE
On Friday, the 2025-2034 New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) Ten-Year-Plan was submitted to New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, including 20 projects in Manchester totaling $450,813,281. READ MORE
After several months of reviewing options and exploring possible sites for a new West Side Manchester community center, the Board of Directors of the Mark Stebbins Community Center (MSCC) and the Board of Commissioners for the Manchester Housing and Redevelopment Authority (MHRA) announced on Thursday the two entities have signed a 75-year lease to build and operate a new facility for local children and residents at Kelley Falls. READ MORE
A legislative report was released Thursday that identifies contributing factors to New Hampshire’s teacher shortage and outlines findings to address the crisis. The publication comes after a bipartisan 2-1 vote in support of the report, with Representatives Rick Ladd (R) and Mel Myler (D) voting in the affirmative and Senator Ruth Ward (R) voting in the negative. The report is the culmination of two years of bipartisan work on the issue. READ MORE
Manchester School of Technology will kick off the graduation festivities, followed by Central, West and Memorial. Seating for graduation ceremonies is on a first-come, first-served basis. Families of graduating seniors will receive further details in early 2024. READ MORE
On Monday night, Ward 6 Board of School Committee (BOSC) Member Ken Tassey initially attempted to force a reconsideration of last week’s decision by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BMA) to give tentative approval to the Manchester School District’s Facilities Plan. READ MORE
The $130 million project to remodel two of Nashua’s middle schools and build a new one is nearing completion — and is “on time and under budget,” according to city and district officials involved in the project. READ MORE
Three people who police described “protestors voicing support for Palestine” were arrested Monday after a disturbance at a defense manufacturing company whose parent company is based in Israel. READ MORE
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