08/18/2018 THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER Evangelista Kelly, originally from Dominican Republic now living in Manchester as she avoids the rain during the We are One annual ethnic festival held at Veterans Memorial Park in Manchester on Saturday.
(SCENE SETTER)Mark Bolton/Union LeaderManchester Mayor Joyce Craig, left, greets Julia Starr, of Manchester, with the People's Choice award at the Annual Employee & Family Art Show “Art on the Wall at City Hall” at Manchester City Hall Monday.
Mark Bolton/Union LeaderFive-year-old Pascal Dionne, of Litchfield, is held up by his dad Dave Dionne as his mother Laura Dionne takes a photo of the two in front of Pascal's art work entitled "Love" at the Annual Employee & Family Art Show “Art on the Wall at City Hall” at Manchester City Hall Monday. Pascal placed Third in the Youth division.
Girls at Work Inc. recently received a $1,850 grant from the Boston Bruins Foundation to help with its mission -- teaching girls inner strength through woodworking skills using power tools.
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Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig, left, greets Julia Starr, of Manchester, with the People's Choice award for her artwork at the Annual Employee & Family Art Show “Art on the Wall at City Hall” at Manchester City Hall Monday.
The Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire (BHTNH) recently closed on a building at 222 Court St. to establish a visitors center and headquarters. From left: JerriAnne Boggis, executive director of BHTNH; Valerie Cunningham, founder of the Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail; and board president Rev. Robert Thompson celebrate with attorney Jack McGee, who sold the building to BHTNH.
Mark Bolton/Union LeaderSean Delisle, of New Boston, his son Ethan Delisle, and Ella, prepare to cross rt. 114 in Goffstown during a family biking outing Sunday afternoon.
08/09/2018 THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER Jenn Farkas, with Team Market Research in Nashua, will run with her twins Ellie and Ava, 8 months old, during the Cigna/Elliot Corporate Road Race held on Elm Street in Manchester on Aug. 9.