Mark Hayward's City Matters
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
In March, the Manchester schools counted 28 children in "unsheltered" situations such as cars and homeless camps. 0
Convicted of nothing, a beer drinker, a petty thief and a poor person sat in the Valley Street jail. 0
TripAdvisor.com released its top 20 romantic getaways in New England. Manchester, Vt., and its arousing, heart-pounding outlet stores made the list. Not Manchester, N.H. 0
The fire department has marked it with a red X, meaning no firefighter is going to put his life in danger should it catch fire. And Manchester SWAT recently used it to practice breaking down doors. 0
Many who know the harsh realities won't get a chance to share their stories. 0
Webster's portrait sits in an art classroom at Central. Webster has been hiding out there for about a year and watches over the art students. Soon, the portrait will leave for restoration. 0
At the edge of the VA parking lot is a 68-year-old manager's residence, where the new VA director, Al Montoya, could hang his hat. Except the VA has drawn up plans to demolish the building. 0
As told by schools' self-reported statistics, the story of bullying in NH's public schools is one of progress. But advocates and state officials say...
"If we find out something is happening, we would act on it immediately. We would never put anyone in harm's way," said Carlo Capano.
The Public Utilities Commission approved the supply charge to go up from the current 7.903 cents per kilowatt hour to 9.412 cents.
A strong economy is fueling record business borrowing for several banks operating in New Hampshire.
The Summer Solstice is finally here! Sound the trumpets because there is plenty of music to be found in the Granite State this weekend. No matter your music taste, you are bound to find it here this...
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Saturday, 10 a.m.