So, this happened in Manchester.
WASHINGTON – WalletHub, a nationally-focused financial website, named Manchester as the 14th best run city in the U.S. in a recent study. The study looked at the 150 largest cities in the U.S. and constructed READ MORE
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) announces anticipated changes to the traffic pattern for bridge work on Mammoth Road in Manchester beginning on Wednesday, June 23, 2021. READ MORE
“We want to thank Wesley, first and foremost, for dialing up this amazing weather. He greeted us with a rainbow when we first arrived and he’s been supporting us ever since,” said Bill Lavin, founder of Where Angels Play. “Angels is another word for hero. Some people believe in angels. We know there are angels. So if you’re a little unsure, there’s enough of us to believe in angels for the rest of us. I promise you that.” READ MORE
Crowds of people gathered on the afternoon of June 19 to attend Manchester’s Third Annual Pridefest. Unlike last year’s event, which was a bit of a rushed, small affair, this year’s event was much larger in size, occupying most of Arms Park. READ MORE
The market had a soft opening June 17 with a limited number of vendors, as many of the usual vendors were at Laconia Motorcycle Week. The official ribbon cutting will take place on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. READ MORE
Hello! Welcome to Week 24 of the Grocery Hunt, Manchester Ink Link’s guide to Manchester-area grocery stores.
Each week, we ask our readers to give us five specific grocery items and five separate Manchester-area grocery stores so we could find the prices and availability of those items. Last week we looked at spices, and this week we’re looking at food that’s spicy! READ MORE
With all of the uncertainties brought about by the pandemic, the 20th anniversary of the Manchester Rotary Club’s Cruising Downtown event had to be cancelled last year. This momentous occasion will be celebrated this year on Saturday, September 4 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. when Cruising returns. READ MORE
Granite VNA, the largest home health and hospice provider in New Hampshire and formed through the recent merger of Concord Regional VNA and Central NH VNA & Hospice, will hold its annual Passion For Caring auction and fundraising campaign virtually for the second year due to ongoing concerns with COVID-19. The popular online auction will go live at noon on Wednesday, June 9, and end at noon on Wednesday, June 16. READ MORE