It’s hard not to feel sad as I belly up to the bar at Camp Enoteca one last time. Owners Ed Aloise and Claudie Rippee are with me, taking a break from kitchen prep for an exit interview. Tonight will be their last dinner service – New Year’s Eve 2022, for “Auld Lang Syne” and all of that sentimental stuff. READ MORE
Anyone that follows the Manchester Ink Link Facebook page knows that I like to take cell phone pictures just outside of Margaritas on Elm Street looking southward toward City Hall.
One of the reasons for that is this year-end video of all those pictures, showing the changes that occurred throughout the year. READ MORE
The high of 61 yesterday was a record, the old record was 50 in 1891 & 2003. The record high today is 56 in 1932 and with a high of 57, we’ll break another record for the second day in a row. Tonight, for the New Year’s Eve celebrations a few showers around midnight with a temperature of 50. READ MORE
“We’re trying to do everything we can in the immediate. We feel a great sense of urgency. It’s heartbreaking and upsetting. Every time something happens like it has been here in the past week, it’s unbelievably heartbreaking for those of us working on this issue. We can’t get there fast enough and we don’t want anyone to suffer that way. There should be no deaths. That’s unacceptable,” says Adrienne Beloin, Director of Homeless Initiatives. READ MORE
The warming trend continues today as high pressure to the south continues to support a deep southwest flow over New Hampshire. High temperatures break 50 degrees this afternoon. A frontal system brings rain New Year’s Eve Night into early New Year’s Day. The warmest low-temperature record for New Year’s Eve Night could be approached or broken. READ MORE