On March 1, 2021, the new Bangor Savings Bank Manchester Branch will open its doors to the public, further expanding the Bank’s regional footprint to better support customers, new and existing, as well as the broader community. READ MORE
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, a disruptor that has permanently altered our sense of normalcy, local restaurant owners can’t say enough about the power of their regulars to keep them going through what has been the darkest of times. READ MORE
Members First Credit Union recently donated $5,000 to Waypoint, the oldest human services/children’s charitable organization in New Hampshire. Waypoint empowers people of all ages through an array of human services and advocacy. Members First recognizes the tremendous needs facing its community right now and is committed to supporting essential nonprofits such as Waypoint. READ MORE
Discover nutrition and joint health tips that will nurture your body and mind with this one-hour Greater Manchester Chamber workshop on Feb. 3 from 12-1 p.m. sponsored by HealthSource of Manchester, New England Nutrition Advisors, and Tufts Health Freedom Plan. READ MORE
Members First Credit Union is continuing its support of the Manchester Police Athletic League (MPAL) by sponsoring the 2020 MPAL Ball with a $15,000 donation as presenting sponsor. MPAL is a non-profit afterschool organization that matches cops with kids to provide coaching and mentoring through athletic, educational and enrichment activities. READ MORE
The Manchester-based property management and development firm, headed up by Shane Brady and Arthur Sullivan, made the gift in recognition of CMC’s commitment to providing compassionate, high-quality health care to the community. The gift will help CMC grow that commitment as it moves into the next phase of a campus expansion project. READ MORE
The Palmisano family was very much hands-on with the Colonial Village community before turning over operational responsibilities to a third-party management company about 10 years ago. Recently, the family has reassumed management of this property and has hit the ground running. READ MORE
Like many local leaders faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, SEE Science Center’s Peter Gustafson began to think on the fly when it became apparent in mid-March that a new normal wasn’t just on the horizon, it was here. Now. READ MORE
When asked by a visitor to the new Solinsky Center for Cancer Care as to what impact the pandemic had on construction of the project, Elliot Hospital’s Kelli Rafferty says that despite the challenges posed by COVID-19, the building project went on” unabated. Cancer doesn’t wait and neither did the many who made this vision a reality.” And was she ever correct. READ MORE
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