Mark Hayward's City Matters
South Manchester resident Tamara Duhaime knows first hand about domestic violence and its aftermath in the city of Manchester. 0
Russ Ouellette made $65,000 a year as a letter carrier. He was in his 23rd year of marriage. He owned a 2003 Harley Road King. Then it happened. What he calls “the turmoil.” 0
LAST WEEK'S SWAT raid at 47 Linden St. wasn't an ordinary Manchester drug bust. 0
Gone are the alcoholics, drug addicts and prostitutes who lived in the two-family house at 82 Laurel St. in Manchester. Now contractors are creating a new life for the house. 0
Nar Khatri spends most of his days in his son's West Side apartment.Twenty-seven years ago, the government of Bhutan kicked Khatri, now 74, out of his native country. His bloodline wasn't Bhutanese... 0
The city and a tenant have differing opinions regarding the future of the Genest's Bakery building. 0
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. 0
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. 0
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. 0
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... 0
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. 0
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. 0
A 12-year-old boy quickly dialed 911 before escaping a two-alarm fire that heavily damaged a Sandown home Friday afternoon.
Terry Peder Rasmussen, a former Navy man from Colorado, is the killer known in New Hampshire by his alias Robert “Bob” Evans, according...
Christopher Cantwell questioned why authorities were pursuing him and not those in the anti-white-nationalist camp, who he claimed assaulted the...
Twenty-three Indonesians living in the Dover area for the last two decades have been slated for deportation by U.S. Immigration and Customs...
There are only a couple more weeks until school is back in session. Enjoy the last whispers of summer with fairs and festivals for all ages. This is practically festival season. Naturally, we found...
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