Net news is good news for NH citizens

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 Jack Kenny 0
Once every generation or so, a new journalism arises. But with the advent of the Internet, the evolution may be accelerating. An assemblage of online journalists descended on the Derryfield Restaurant in Manchester on Tuesday evening, November 12, to discuss the future of journalism and why it matters. READ MORE

Inside Safe Station: The most difficult part is walking through the door

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 Winter Trabex 0
They are also ready, at any time of day or night as long as the fire station is open, for people to come in and sit on the chairs. If they do, such people will have visited Safe Station, a much talked about yet little understood service that the fire department provides. The most difficult part of Safe Station is walking through the door, which requires participants to admit they might have a problem. READ MORE

The VA Manager Residence: A legacy worth saving

Monday, November 11, 2019 Aurore Eaton 0
The Heritage Commission recently learned that the VA ended the Section 106 process, and that the mitigation will not include saving the Manager’s Residence. The VA is no longer being required to consult with the local community regarding the future of the Manager’s Residence, and efforts to open up a dialogue have been rebuffed.  READ MORE
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Born on Veterans Day, Seamen 2nd Class Roy celebrates his 105th birthday at Manchester VA Medical Center

Saturday, November 9, 2019 Kristin Pressly 0
Family, both by blood and through service, including Retired Navy Cmdr. David J. Kenney, LCDR Kevin Sherman and his wife Theresa and HT3 Angelina Zamora from the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Mayor Joyce Craig and Sen. Maggie Hassan attended the celebration at the Manchester VA Medical Center Nov. 9 to honor Mr. Roy on his 105th birthday. READ MORE