MANCHESTER, NH – It was an interesting month for news here in Manchester – most-clicked story by far was the announcement that New England Liberty ladies indoor football league would be coming to the Verizon in 2016.
After that, a traffic accident garnered the most clicks in a month that also saw a major citywide election and some “good news” for a new detox center – why? Because the driver was allegedly under the influence of heroin when he caused a four-vehicle crash. That is one of the many underlying fears that have made solving the heroin crisis our city’s No. 1 focus. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured in that crash.
The Top 20 most-clicked stories are linked below, but feel free to poke around our archives using the handy front page menu on our site. Just go to www.manchesterinklink.com and start exploring.
In a joint effort between the Manchester Police Department Special Enforcement Division, New Hampshire State Police Narcotics Investigations Unit and the United Stated Drug Enforcement Administration, authorities were able to seize over $25,000 worth of spice from a Manchester business. READ MORE
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