The NH Humanities Council invites you to come out on Constitution Day, Sept. 17, to hear retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor speak. O’Connor will be appearing at Capitol Center for the Arts in READ MORE
David St. Onge, 46, of Manchester, was arrested just before noon on July 30 after police say he walked into Uncle Bob’s Market, 435 Kelley St., on the city’s West Side, took a gallon of milk and READ MORE
UPDATE: 10:30 a.m. According to Jay Davini, Chief of Street Operations for the city, the Thursday morning work that snarled traffic at Bridge and Mammoth was a temporary repair of pavement in anticipation of next READ MORE
The following statement was issued by the Market Basket/Demoulas Board of Directors on July 30, according to a post on the We Are Market Basket daily blog: “We want Market Basket associates back to work READ MORE
Some days are busier than others, and July 31 is one of those days. Below you’ll find links to all kinds of happenings and events. Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce Lunch in Veterans Park – Meet every READ MORE
Manchester Police are reporting a spike in thefts from motor vehicles, up 3 percent over the past three months compared with previous quarterly statistics. As a result they are reminding residents to secure their car doors, regardless of READ MORE
Manchester Police Officer Scott Ardita, a 15-year veteran of the force retired, his trusted K-9 partner last week. Lou, a seven year old German shepherd. Officer Ardita and Lou attended and graduated from the Boston, Mass., READ MORE
On Tuesday afternoon the Demoulas Board of Directors, currently holding the cards in the Market Basket supermarket boycott drama, issued the following statement, according to a post by the Boston Globe: “As the Board has READ MORE
These two individuals are wanted by Manchester Police detectives in connection with several local thefts. Do you recognize them? Please share this post. According to police, the two are wanted based on the following READ MORE
A Hooksett man was arrested July 29, charged with criminal mischief related to alleged graffiti after a city police officer saw him jump from the roof of a Franklin Street bar. According to police, Joseph READ MORE
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