Historically, since the inception of the city’s proposal and adoption of the Yarger-Decker pay scale, cost of living adjustments have been consistently applied to the City’s Unions. This year the City has been reluctant to follow this decades-old practice. Jeff Duval, President of Local 856, has stated repeatedly, “The Fire Fighters in the City are not looking for more than anyone else, we simply want to be treated the same as the other groups. The cost of living doesn’t change based upon what City department you work for.” Continue Reading →
Pathways to Success will feature engaging and insightful conversation with some of the College’s most prominent women graduates. Attendees will learn from alumnae who have excelled in professions as varied as advertising, nonprofit leadership, investment services, the arts, and media. They will discuss the opportunities and challenges they have encountered, the decisions they have made, and the lessons they have learned. Continue Reading →
A memorial gathering will take place at Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, 243 Hanover St, Manchester on Sunday, March 26, 2017 from 2 to 5 pm. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to The New Hampshire Foundation for Teaching and Learning Children’s Fund, 9 South Spring Street, Concord, NH 03301. Continue Reading →
New to the sale this year is a “Get it GONE for GOOD” table of unclaimed workshop pottery from any clay workshop here that is older than six months. Everything on the “Gone for good” tables will be a dollar or less, or open to whatever the purchaser would like to donate. Continue Reading →
Manchester School of Technology’s FIRST Robotics team came home victorious from the New England District Greater Boston competition, just weeks after the first-ever team at MST was established. Team 6763 placed third on its own, then captained the alliance team that won first place in another part of the competition. In addition, Team 6763 received the Rookie Highest Seed Award for scoring the highest points in a match and the Rookie All-Star Award. Continue Reading →
Will Tony find true love? Win the disco competition? Make his dreams come true? Continue Reading →
The Manchester Police Community Policing Division announces the 2017 Spring Senior Walks schedule. These walks allow seniors to exercise, socialize and experience Manchester with an assist from Manchester police officers. Walks are held Monday mornings at 9 a.m. unless otherwise noted. The walks are approx. 2-3 miles and take about one hour to complete. Continue Reading →
A little more than a month after announcing he was taking a leave of absence from his role as state NEA president for health reasons, Sen. Scott McGilvray has passed away. He was 51. Continue Reading →
ArtFront Project’s first-ever pop-up art fusion gallery experience premieres March 23 and continues over three consecutive days – Marcy 23, 24 and March 25, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Brady Sullivan Plaza, 1000 Elm Street, in Manchester. Continue Reading →
Governor Chris Sununu on Tuesday announced that he will nominate Gordon MacDonald to serve as the next Attorney General of the State of New Hampshire. The nomination will be made at the March 22 Executive Council meeting. Continue Reading →
Over the past two years, Jose and Angela Mojica have been on a wild adventure, one which shows no signs of slowing down as they pause for yet another detour: Without warning they’re losing their lease on their West Side Dulces Bakery. Continue Reading →
As an early gum chewer, the cool kid thing to do was to blow a bubble or to pop or snap the gum. No reason for such a thing. You did it because you could. I certainly wasn’t considered a cool kid … but that did not stop me from practicing. It gave a skill to the unskilled. Coolness to the uncool. Cajones to the un-cajoned. Continue Reading →
A fun, informative event highlighting the benefits of exercise for cancer patients and survivors will be offered Saturday, March 25 from 1 – 4:30 p.m. at the YMCA of Downtown Manchester. Continue Reading →
Fish & Game Conservation Officer Chris McKee made a heroic effort to save the turkey’s life, but the injuries sustained by the tom turkey were too extensive. Continue Reading →
The continuing adventures of Dan Szczesny as he bonds with the White Mountains, and lives to tell the story. Continue Reading →
Tickets for the all inclusive dinner theatre on March 31 and April 1 at 7 p.m. and on April 2 at 1:30 p.m. are $42 Friday/Saturday and $38 Sunday.
A former employee of Alpha Bits Learning Center was charged with four counts of simple assault against three different victims, all under the age of 1, following an investigation by the Manchester Police Department’s Child Abuse and Sexual Exploitation Unit (C.H.A.S.E.) Continue Reading →
If you’ve been to a Chunky’s before, you can expect the same stellar waitstaff service and a diverse restaurant pub menu to order from right at your table before and during the movie. That also means we’re hiring (at all our locations, including Manchester). Click for a link to current job openings Continue Reading →
Police have released a photo of a man they believe punched a 67-year-old patron in the face on Feb. 24, causing injuries to the man’s face and lip. Continue Reading →
The documentary is based on the bestselling book by Dr. Atul Gawande, and explores the hopes of patients and families facing terminal illness and their relationships with the doctors, nurses and family members who care for them.
It was the grand opening for Crazy Noodle last week, after soft opening a week earlier for the Asian-cuisine eatery, which is nestled into the Londonderry Commons shopping plaza on Route 102, amid an inviting landscape of other interesting eateries and storefronts. Continue Reading →
Dustin Rousseau, 30, of Manchester, was arrested March 19, charged with assaulting a police officer after a disturbance investigation on Goffe Street.