Katie McQuaid - Scene in Manchester
We are in the midst of some major renovations here at the New Hampshire Union Leader offices, which have required us to go through old newspapers and other stuff we've been hoarding for more than a... 0
Mayor Joyce Craig knows her supporters love her, but she's not about to make them choose between her and the New England Patriots. 0
Drew Goulet has grown accustomed to spending Sunday nights playing the game that he loves in the basement of Strangebrew Tavern, where he launched the Queen City Cornhole League in November. 0
Paul Thompson, a Credit Union Development Educator from Wisconsin, uses a ukulele to tell the tale of how St. Mary's Bank was started by Queen City mill workers in 1908. 0
Adam Steel's sobering message illustrates the desperate need for foster families here in New Hampshire. 0
Palace Theatre President and CEO Peter Ramsey said the fire department made him take down the theater's tree. 0
The fifth annual SantaConMHT begins today, Dec. 9, at 4 p.m. at Shaskeen Pub and Restaurant. 0
Everyone is looking for ways to give back and help kids during the holiday season, and QC Bike Collective has a special community service opportunity that doesn't have to involve your checkbook. 0
Justin Rheaume has unveiled a new design to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his family's tree lot guarded by the iconic 20-foot Santa statue with the eerie stare. 0
If you are one of those annoying people, like me, who starts playing Christmas music and burning pine-scented candles the day after Halloween then you should stop into the Palace Theatre A.S.A.P. 0
There is a Veterans Day parade on Elm Street this morning, Nov. 11, at 10:30 a.m. I know this because I got a Nixle text alert from the Manchester Police Department about it on my mobile phone this... 0
“Our goal is to clean up the campus and then add to the green spaces that we have,” said Manchester High School Central junior Maxwell Nakos. 0
The nation's freshly minted tax law already is delivering financial returns for some Granite State workers.
Nearly 700 members of the New Hampshire National Guard scheduled to drill over the weekend stayed home because of the government shutdown and...
The National Weather Service issued a flood watch for central and southern New Hampshire in anticipation of continued warm temperatures this week,...
A new grass-roots coalition is looking at an approach called harm reduction.
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Mid-January and we've already reached another holiday weekend. Not everyone gets this holiday off but even if you don't, we hope you will find a great reason to get out and enjoy a show or some time...
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