Summer is almost officially here and that means al fresco dining, new menus and bright, local flavors. Count on Manchester Ink Link to bring you food scene news from in and around Manchester. READ MORE
It’s hot so cool off with pho or a sundae bar. Take a class and get your crew together for authentic tacos with BYOB. Enjoy the weather and when you visit one of these food gems, tell them Manchester Ink Link sent you. READ MORE
Food scene news this week includes a new Indian restaurant, CSA information, a throwback summer party and more. Check us out every Wednesday for food scene news from in and around Manchester.
On Thursday evening, the Manchester Food Co-op invites the public to learn more about the next steps we are taking towards opening our new community store and about growing our local food economy. READ MORE
On Tuesday, June 7 at 6:30 p.m. and on Wednesday, June 15 at 6:30 p.m., The Majestic Academy of Dramatic Arts will hold auditions for The Big Bad Musical. Teens ages 13 – 19 years are invited to Audition for The Big Bad Musical at The Majestic Academy of Dramatic Arts . The production will tour community venues in July and August 2016. READ MORE
The work being done in local Manchester schools was showcased on an international stage this week. Granite United Way was awarded the prestigious United Way Worldwide Common Good Award Honorable Mention for their work with community schools at the Community Leaders Conference on May 11, 2016 in Vancouver, Canada. READ MORE
Nashua Police said they got a report on Monday that Lanctot had sent the photos to a student. During their investigation, they said several juvenile victims told them Lanctot contacted them over Grindr and identified himself as a teacher at Nashua High School South and engaged in sexually explicit conversation with them. READ MORE
NH Attorney General announced that his office has begun a criminal investigation into the facts and circumstances surrounding yesterday’s arrest of Richard Simone, Jr., 50, to determine if the force utilized by any of the police officers violated any provisions of the READ MORE