Chamber President and CEO Michael Skelton spoke on behalf of six chambers – Greater Manchester, Greater Derry/Londonderry, Dover, Greater Keene, Nashua and Salem, which he noted represents thousands of companies and tens of thousands of employees, showing how broad the coalition of support is for the initiative.
At least that’s the way the saying goes. And for years that was the case between the elderly residents of the Varney School Apartments and the Sacred Heart Catholic Church on South Main Street. READ MORE
It’s been 10 years since the Manchester Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC) began sending out teams of social workers and case managers in an effort to find and help homeless veterans. READ MORE
Interfaith Women of NH along with the NH Human Trafficking Collaborative Task Force will present Human Trafficking: Hidden in Plain Sight April 29 at St. Catherine of Siena School auditorium. READ MORE
The Senate Education and Workforce Development Committee Tuesday voted 5-0 to re-refer House Bill 383, which would prohibit discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, religion, creed, color, marital status, disability or national origin. READ MORE
Legalizing marijuana “is all about the money,” opponents insist, while those in favor said a bill now advancing in the legislature is about ending a failed, 85-year policy on pot prohibition. READ MORE
Playing for the Manchester Central High Little Green are captain senior Tamsin Weissberg, senior Max Nakos, junior Karishma Manchanda, freshman Kellan Barbee, and alternates Jonas Weissberg and Eamonn Ryan. The team is coached by Lorraine Meyette. READ MORE