On Monday, U.S. Representative Chris Pappas (D-NH-01) joined with leaders of New Hampshire’s heavy-duty truck and trailer sales community to discuss new legislation aiming to repeal the federal excise tax on heavy-duty trucks and trailers. READ MORE
On Friday morning, the U.S. Supreme Court rules 6-3 in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, granting a request from the State of Mississippi that effectively overturns the 1973 landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, ending unfettered access to abortion across the United States.
In New Hampshire, responses continue to come in following the ruling. Here are those we have accumulated, more will be added as they become available. READ MORE
Hello and welcome to the Grocery Hunt, Manchester Ink Link’s look at prices of grocery items at Manchester supermarket chains. This week takes a look at fruit.
All items are requested by the readers of Manchester Ink Link, with some new items requested from readers in previous weeks that also include price comparisons between this week and when it was requested.
All prices in this week’s column were obtained on Wednesday, June 12 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. When direct comparisons are not available, comparisons per comparable units of measurement will be used. Prices and availability may change without notice. READ MORE
On Tuesday, the Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BMA) received feedback on the winning bid for a request for proposals to redevelop the Pearl Street and Hartnett Parking Lots into mixed-use housing with parking lots. READ MORE
During the public comment section of Tuesday’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BMA) meeting, Ashley Poulin, also known as the “Soup Ladee,” voiced her frustration with the Manchester Health Department after being denied the opportunity to serve food to houseless people in the city. READ MORE