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Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard presented Kim Roy of the Radisson Hotel with the annual Officer Michael Briggs Community Hero Award on June 25, 2017 at the New Hampshire Fisher Cats game. READ MORE
Lauren Percy of Auburn was crowned Miss NH on April 29 during the annual Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Pageant. Beyond her outward beauty, turns out she’s also got a sense of humor and a lofty goal, of working for the Department of Education one day. READ MORE
Saint Anselm College has appointed Ande Diaz, Ph.D., as its Chief Diversity Officer (CDO), a new position which will help the college continue to fulfill its mission as an inclusive, welcoming academic community.
It’s here at last! The long-awaited television show produced for Animal Planet showcasing the work of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Law Enforcement and Biological staff is slated to premiere at 9 p.m. on Sunday, March 5, 2017. READ MORE
On Sunday, November 13, this celebration will formally recognize these young women’s community contributions which embody the Girl Scouts mission of making the world a better place. The ceremony, which will be attended by council and state officials and other dignitaries, will take place from 2 – 4 p.m. at the center, located at 44 S. Main Street in Concord. READ MORE
Late Night host Seth Meyers goes to bat for New Hampshire children at risk of abuse with this YouTube public service announcement highlighting the #iKNOWandTELL campaign, sponsored by Granite State Children’s Alliance. READ MORE
A highlight of the Summer Reception came as Bishop Peter Libasci awarded the Vita et Caritas [Life and Love] Award to George Rousseau of Manchester. The award, given in memory of Ruthie Ford, recognizes a volunteer who demonstrates exceptional service to a non-profit organization assisting women, children and families. READ MORE