Top-clicked stories on Manchester Ink Link for April 12-18

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Top stories for this week run the gamut, from crime to new businesses.
Top stories for this week run the gamut, from crime to new businesses.

MANCHESTER, NH – Another busy news week in Manchester, as our top-clicked stories reflect a balanced mix of crime, business and general interest.

Top story was a police rundown about an arrest of two Manchester sisters arrested in Massachusetts after steading five electric toothbrushes from a CVS worth close to $1,000, followed by a shooting on Hanover Street.

Our No. 3 story celebrates Envy, a new health club on the city’s West Side, opened by a Memorial High School graduate and retired police officer dad, and then, always, a smattering of stories from our archives, which collectively took the No. 4 spot.

Taking the No. 5 slot: A preview of two grand openings happening in May in the old Stop & Shop plaza on South Willow, which was also shared heavily via Facebook.

You can click through the stories you may have missed below. Thanks for reading.

Sisters shoplift 5 toothbrushes worth $1,000 from CVS
Man, 64, charged with first-degree assault in Hanover Street shooting
U.S. Marine and his retired cop dad turn vacant banquet hall into a state-of-the-art family fitness center
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New life for old Stop & Shop plaza as Burlington Stores, Michaels, announce grand openings
Parents charged with child endangerment after heroin OD while bathing son, 3
Man tasered after third ‘loud music’ warning on Belmont Street
1 injured in shooting on Hanover Street
Shuttered Golden Bowl plans reopening across from Verizon Arena
Innovative partnership between NHIA, UNH Manchester for student housing
23 Arrests: ‘Major’ drug dealers caught in ‘Operation Dragnet’
Musical Interlude: 22 Manchester students heading to All-State Music Festival
Latest Manchester Police arrest logs and ‘wanted’ list Sept. 26-Oct. 3
Culinary Calendar: Check out these food and drink specials for every day of the week
Manchester: A city with an identity Crisis
Music for the Soul: Anthony Kearns of The Irish Tenors, at the Palace April 18
It’s complicated: City man charged in Concord home invasion and burglary

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