Keno, which was approved by the NH Legislature and given the nod by Manchester voters, officially launches Dec. 15. So far, it has been approved at 17 Manchester “pouring establishments,” including Penuche’s.
If you can carve out a pitstop in your busy Thursday schedule, the Helping Hands club members are on standby, ready to collect the following items Thursday Dec. 14. Just drive up to the front entrance of Manchester Community College, located at 1066 Front Street, between 2 and 8 p.m., and they will accept your donation. You don’t even have to get out of the car. READ MORE
Four years ago Henry Demers thought it would be a good idea to organize a Thanksgiving outreach for the city’s homeless. But God had a better idea, and redirected Demers toward something much bigger resulting in one of the city’s largest annual charitable day’s of giving.
To celebrate the team’s 15th season in Manchester, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Blue Jays Double-A affiliate) are encouraging fans to share their favorite ballpark photos from the past 14 years of ferocious fun. READ MORE
Great food and fun will be on the menu as the Queen City Rotary Club hosts its annual comedy bowl fundraiser next month. The annual event, which includes a buffet dinner, comedy show and cash bar, will take place on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at St. George’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Manchester. READ MORE
A swearing-in ceremony for the new slate of elected officials will take place at the Radisson. The public is invited to attend this historic occasion, as Joyce Craig will be the first woman elected to serve the city as mayor. READ MORE
It’s the season of giving, and Manchester women’s community group, Fempower, is giving to homeless women in the community. They collected more than 2,000 pads and tampons at their December meeting, which were donated to Manchester shelters.