Mark Hayward's City Matters
She asks shop owners and employees if everything's OK. She gives dining recommendations to visitors. She encourages people on the margins to improve their lives. 0
The MC2 Manchester charter school and MC2 Monadnock in Keene are the only two schools in N.H. to have a year-round calendar for middle and high school kids. 0
The city bulldozed a homeless camp, cleared homeless from the bank of the Merrimack, and made downtown inhospitable. The result? Homeless sprawl. 0
Sober living houses have opened up around Manchester and elsewhere in the last five years. 0
Because hunger doesn't wane during the summer, SNHS does its best to hunt down a child with an empty stomach. 0
American citizens Andres and Leslie live in Manchester. Their government arrested their father, who was in the country illegally, according to ICE. 0
It's 2002. Wendy Perron, a UNH student on work study, drives a bookmobile around the city. She is about to relive those days. 0
“You never have to ask Elmer to volunteer. He volunteers to volunteer,” writes Mary Farwell, director of the Hooksett Salvation Army. 0
THE CANDIDACY of Barack Obama added a new term into the American lexicon — community organizer. This week, much of Manchester learned we have community organizers of our own. 0
What do you get when you cross blue-collar Manchester with millennial chic?
Doughnuts. With dipping sauce. 0
YOU ONLY GET ONE CHANCE to make a first impression, the adage goes. 0
Wake up at 5 a.m. Consent to random searches of your bags. No physical contact, not even a hug. No talking to volunteers who help at the soup kitchen. 0
Marcel “Mel” and Cecile “Sis” Lessard, two powerful figures in the Manchester-area evangelical community, died within 33 days of one another. 0
Manchester police acknowledge that the body of Douglas Bainbridge was found March 26 inside a tent on the banks of the Merrimack River. 0
LITTLETON – Although he's only had it a short time, Bob Montminy has already driven his Sherp to the top of Mount Washington and in the...
The 1940s-constructed buildings are on the city's main street, within the central business district and exude an art deco feel.
A defense contractor expecting to employ as many as 75 people when it opens a manufacturing plant next year at Pease International Tradeport cited...
St. Joseph Hospital has selected John Jurczyk as its new president.