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Longtime New Hampshire journalist Carol Robidoux in 2014 founded and created the Ink Link, and continues to operate and own the site, an online space for news, meeting coverage, happenings, events and more.

Carol Robidoux (and Luna)

Unlike many other local media advertising vehicles, our audience is plugged in and our circulation is growing – currently we average more than 300,000 monthly visits from 200,000+ unique visitors.  From Concord to Nashua and beyond, our readership extends across southern New Hampshire and into the Boston metropolitan area.

But at its heart and soul, the InkLink is about the people and possibilities that make communities tick. Not just the newsmakers, but also our growing number of community contributors who provide content about the things they know and love.

We believe that a news organization that listens to its audience can create real value and change through journalism. Delivering worthwhile local news and reporting is truly a community effort. It takes a dedicated team of reporters and loyal readers working together to make it happen.

Helping local businesses and organizations reach their target audience is what we do best. With our dedicated daily eNews subscribers and a social media reach of 70,000+ via our verified Facebook page and related administrated Facebook pages, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram, there’s no better way to amplify your message than through a partnership with Manchester Ink Link.

The news is powered financially in a few ways: Local and programmatic advertisers, our Virtual Ink Link Patron membership program, and tax-deductible contributions to our Inkubator fund through our fiscal agent, Local Media Fund.

You’ve got questions? I’ve got answers:

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Andrew Sylvia, Assitant Editor

Born and raised in the Granite State, Andrew Sylvia has written approximately 10,000 pieces over his career for outlets across Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. On top of that, he’s a licensed notary and license to sell property, casualty and life insurance, he’s been a USSF trained youth soccer and futsal referee for the past six years and he can name over 60 national flags in under 60 seconds according to that flag game app he has on his phone, which makes sense because he also has a bachelor’s degree in geography (like Michael Jordan). He can also type over 100 words a minute on a good day.





Chris Dugan, Content Specialist and Columnist, Non-Profit Partnerships




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Keith Spiro, Advisor, Business Strategist, Community Builder, Communicast Columnist





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Constance Cherise, Diversity and Community Engagement, Columnist and Content Writer




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Manon Michel, Web Developer




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Pat Grossmith, Freelance Reporter

Courts, cops, housing and other issue stories.




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The Weekender weekly happenings, feature stories.




1634173402327Bill Robidoux, Podcast Manager

Technical support, scheduling and management of operations for the Ink Link Podcast studio.



maureenmillikenMaureen Milliken, Business Editor

Business features, It’s Your Money column



Editorial inquiries, contact Publisher Carol Robidoux

Advertising inquiries, contact: the Publisher, Carol Robidoux

Newsroom partnerships and Community underwriting, contact Keith Spiro

Office Address/Mailing address:

1087 Elm St. Suite 303

Manchester, NH, 03101

Podcast Studio

814 Elm St.

Manchester, NH 03101