Why I am running for Manchester City Chair

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 Mike Farley 0

I’m running for chairman of the Manchester Democratic Party because we need to open it up for more participation. With more people involved, not only during elections but year-round, we can strengthen the party within the city. READ MORE


I heard the news today: HOPE stays vigilant fighting the good fight, despite lack of funding

Friday, February 23, 2018 Holly Cekala 0

Never mind we are in the biggest health epidemic since the AIDS crisis, and have lost more people to addiction than to the Vietnam War. For the moment, we will just overlook that fact and take the lead from those who had no comment or solution to offer following HOPE’s announcement. What we heard was nothing but “crickets” from our political leaders on this matter. That is eye-opening to some, and validates what many of us in the recovery trenches have been saying for too long. READ MORE


Senate Committee set to ban wine shipments to NH

Monday, February 5, 2018 Tom Wark 1

The most remarkable thing about this bill is that it is trying to fix a problem that does not exist. New Hampshire residents don’t purchase wines from out-of-state sources and pay the heaving shipping costs if they can find what they want locally. READ MORE


When Do We Wake Up?

Sunday, February 4, 2018 Sen. Lou D'Allesandro 0

When a child is lost, a part of your life goes away and you never get over the deep feeling of sadness. Why does this happen in the greatest country in the world? What has caused this to happen? I don’t have a simple answer, but I ask our society to think about this every day. READ MORE

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