Riverstone’s scholarship is awarded to one promising student from New Hampshire in the amount of $50,000 a year, for four years. The recipient of the $200,000 scholarship is Robert Hughes of Manchester. A senior at Memorial High School in Manchester, Hughes will attend Saint Anselm College in the fall as a member of the Class of 2020. READ MORE
The AG’s office has released more details of the May 24 shooting death of Daniel Rabideau, of Manchester, out on a routine heater service call, when he was shot by homeowner Richard Verville. READ MORE
If you’re enthusiastic about bicycles and the need for safe riding routes around the city, you will likely be enthusiastic about the Bicycle Master Plan proposal, an 83-page document assembled by the Department of Public Works. You can read it here. READ MORE
Judith Ashworth, chemistry teacher and alumnus of Memorial High School, has been named the 2016 recipient of the Theodore William Richards Award for Excellence in Teaching Secondary School Chemistry. The award was presented at the 961st meeting of the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society (NESACS) “Education Awards Night,” held at A123 Systems LLC in Waltham, Massachusetts on May 12. READ MORE
Free family fun, food, a bounce house, music, giveaways and other activities will be on tap this Saturday, June 4 as The YMCA of Downtown Manchester hosts its second annual Rock the Block event.
OldSol Music Hall, a proposed Manchester concert venue and community center, will mark the Summer Solstice on June 20 by mobilizing volunteers to package 20,000+ ready-to-cook meals to benefit local families experiencing food insecurity, followed by a concert in the park. READ MORE