Mark Hayward's City Matters
HUBERT AND BATYU SIMWERAYI have lived in the U.S. for 13 years. They're learning that if you're the parent of a mentally ill person in America, you wait. Wait for something bad to happen, that is. 22
About five years ago, the Vietnamese government offered to replace the monk of the Phuoc Dien temple. No thanks - they could be spies, the temple president said. 0
Don't call them drug addicts. That's the message from three Manchester panhandlers after Police Chief Nick Willard warned that money given to a panhandler could end up funding a drug overdose. 47
Oscar Gutierrez Sr. is in the custody of U.S. ICE at the Strafford County Jail. He can't get out on bail, and his opportunities are few, said his lawyer, Johanna M. Herrero of Boston. 44
The 1944 death of Manchester heiress Otillie Wagner Hosser created two legacies that continue to this day in the Queen City: the Edward Wagner and George Hosser Scholarship Fund, and Pretty Park. 0
Sister Florence grew up in a Rochester orphanage. Her first assignment as a nun was at St. Peter's but she bounced around (an orphanage, schools, a nursing home) before returning to St. Peter's in... 2
For about 19 years, the Gendron home hosted foster kids; Lory Gendron estimates that 30 to 40 have lived under her roof. Some stayed for the weekend, others ended up part of the family. 1
In 2016, Isaac Tshibal Munyanya, who lost his eyes to cancer, moved to Manchester from the Congo. Here, Munyanya thinks he's found a pathway to success at the keyboard. 0
When we city residents want nature, we usually hit the highway and head for the mountains, the lakes, or wild and untamed places like Weare. 6
There is a dichotomy that exists at the Manchester airport when it comes to rides for hire. 5
We all know about Manchester Fire Department's Safe Station, the innovative front door to treatment and recovery for drug abusers. But if Safe Station is the doorway to that new life, Serenity Place... 4
One night a week, Mike Harper and Dan LaBossiere try to make life just a little easier for Manchester's homeless. Call it room service for people who don't have a room. 13
An only child, America Carrillo believed she would fail classes and disappoint her parents, hard-working Mexican immigrants whose American dream rested on her success. 2
Working at the Zachary Road Intensive Residential Educational Treatment Facility, you can get hit, spit on or bitten by kids ranging in age from 5 to 21. They may call you fat, or old, or shout... 4
In Granite Hammer roundup number 7, which was announced Jan. 29, 2016, more than half of those arrested were never sentenced to any time behind bars, and the longest sentence served was a year. 37
Twenty-two million Americans would lose insurance over the next decade under the Senate Republican healthcare bill, a nonpartisan congressional off...
A partial ban “is still a ban,” a New Hampshire advocate for immigrants said in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's order Monday allow...
School and city officials are working on a policy to address the public disclosure of crime and public-safety incidents at city schools, following ...
An 80-year-old Georges Mills woman is recovering at home after being jumped by a bobcat in an attack that required 50 to 60 stitches to her face,...
EPPING - Sig Sauer Academy's firing ranges facing Route 101 have been shut down after a state police investigation found that bullets were falling...
A Brentwood man who died in a crash late Monday night likely was suffering from a medical condition related to his diabetes moments before his truck...
The European Commission has hit Google with a record $2.7 billion fine after concluding that the search giant unfairly favored its...
This holiday-ish weekend is all about America. Get your red, white and blue on and go to a concert; the Granite State is filled with music this weekend. Between that and all of the 4th of July...
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