MANCHESTER, NH – Not surprising that our readers are interested in police news and arrest stories. But as you can see from the top 25 most clickable stories this week on Manchester Ink Link, our readers are looking for news, information, excitement, opportunities and feel-good stories about the city where we live, work and play.
Among the top five stories, our look at NH’s addiction services funding issues, which continues to circulate. We are committed to following this story in 2015 as the fallout from addiction – to families and loss in business revenue – is crushing.
Also popular, a pair of stories about a rare piece of World history – a knife owned by Manchester’s Rene Gagnon, who fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima, was up for auction. When it didn’t sell at auction, Nate D. Sanders auction house announced it was available for public sale. We talked to one local Marine who wishes he could afford to buy it – we will continue to check in on where the knife ends up.
“Manchester, you are Charlotte, you are Ferguson, you are Baltimore. Take it from someone who experienced some of the best years of her life there. Heed my advice and stay true to equality, equity, and justice. Help lead the way, so that cities like Charlotte can find their path.” READ MORE