MANCHESTER, NH — Although crime continues to drive the traffic on our site, this week we had seven “non-crime” stories break into the Top 20, with the top story of the week being the sale sign on the Chandler House, a historic mansion valued at more than half a million dollars, on the market for just under $30,000 – with the stipulation that the buyer also move the mansion from its current location on Walnut Street. Another Top 20 story included a follow-up about how the Chandler House was named one of this year’s “Seven to Save,” a designation by the NH Preservation Alliance for sites with historic value in jeopardy of being lost.
We’ll see how that plays out.
Also showing up strong this week: Operation Granite Hammer, an initiative by Manchester Police to target street-level drug dealers; a change in the city’s winter parking ban process, and a tussle in the Chipotle parking lot involving a police officer, who was aided by a 71-year-old bystander.
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