When I was growing up, after my father lost his job, our family entered a world of poverty. Behind closed doors, hushed conversations about “how we’re going to pay the bills,” and “what are we going to do about the car?” and “did you hear that Ed’s getting evicted?” happened frequently. My brother and I would be sitting on the couch, where I pretended to watch cartoons, but instead strained my ears to try to know what was going to happen to us.
For the first time, four individuals at the New Hampshire State Prison for Men in Concord and the New Hampshire Correctional Facility in Berlin were awarded U.S. Department of Labor Journeymen apprenticeships for furniture and upholstery. They completed and graduated from a 6,000 hour program to become eligible. READ MORE
A fire inside a manufacturing plant on Abby Road required assistance from Manchester Fire Department’s hazmat team Wednesday morning. A worker was transported from the scene with chest pains. READ MORE
As part of the process, the DHHS is soliciting public comment. A 30-day public comment period has begun and will continue through March 30, 2018. All comments must be received by 12 p.m. EST on March 30. DHHS will host two public hearings during the public comment period, including March 6 in Manchester. READ MORE
When I got the thumbs-up to launch this column, my heart nearly exploded from my chest. There was no question as to which movie would be the first I would review, the movie that rightfully began my love affair with classic film, ‘Singin’ in the Rain.’ READ MORE
Looking to sell your home and add to your wallet? You don’t have to make drastic improvements or hire a lot of contractors to do so. With some know-how and a little direction, you can DIY and help your house bring in a higher return. READ MORE