Letters to the Editor

Letters: It seems to me that what it comes down to is there is ‘us’ and there is ‘them’

Monday, March 18, 2019 Melissa Riley 0
 “Them” have the belongings they can carry, lack of treatment for health and addiction, no stability, and no money. “Us” doesn’t want to see “Them” clustering about as they try and conduct their business, or enjoy a night out.  “Them” are a reminder of what is wrong in Manchester, the state, and the country, and “Us” don’t want to see that. I get it. READ MORE
Letters to the Editor

Letters: Restaurants serve guests and the community

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 Tom Boucher 0
Did you know that 94 percent of restaurants make charitable contributions? Whether to assist with a crisis, boost a community project or start a charitable program of their own (more on this in a bit), America’s restaurants are there to help by contributing food, donating their time, and writing checks. The charitable giving of America’s restaurants adds up to a staggering $3 billion a year. READ MORE
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Letters: One good turn deserves another

Thursday, November 22, 2018 Janet Kelly 0
Ever since Hope for Recovery Manchester moved into its spectacular new quarters at the old Hoitt Furniture building at the corner of Valley and Wilson I have been taking people downtown to the Market Basket because I had a car and it was too cold to walk that far. READ MORE
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LETTER: Seeking support for youth football team, our state champs, against all odds

Friday, November 16, 2018 Renee Rheault 0
These boys finished their season 7-0  no team has beat them. They went on to win the State Championship and further to the regional semi-finals this past Sunday where they beat the Connecticut state champs.  This Sunday they take on a team from Worchester Massachusetts to clinch the Regional Championship!  IF they win this Sunday, the boys are heading to Florida to defend their national championship title. READ MORE