Mark Hayward's City Matters
Parker-Varney Elementary's "grade banding" system, which is in its second year, groups and regroups children into small bands, depending on their ability to handle the lesson at hand. 0
This cold snap is slowing the plans of muralists Kaitlyn Dine and Aaron Kane. They need another afternoon or two of warm weather to put the final touches on the piece they are painting downtown. 0
City leaders have decided that the Manchester city flag needs a reboot. 0
In Ahmed Abukar's world, you plead guilty and get off with the 216 days you spent in jail awaiting trial. You avoid landing on the sexual-offender registry. You avoid deportation. 0
Ninety-two years ago, a Manchester soldier died from injuries suffered years earlier in the trenches of World War I. Arthur Whitaker was black and laid to rest in an unmarked grave. 0
Parks Operations Manager Tom Mattson said the city closed the public restrooms at Veterans Park several years ago. 0
Sister Jackie is retiring after seven years of running the Holy Cross Family Learning Center, which she opened in 2010. 0
Cops will take on the role of mouthy, uncooperative youth. Somewhat bewilderedly, youths will be given a badge and encouraged to act like bossy, arrest-happy police. 0
“If you want to do it hard enough, you can get out,” said Matt Peterson, 43, who said his last bout of homelessness — it lasted four or five months — ended two years ago. 0
Anne Marie Zanfagna, 62, creates portraits of people who have died from drug overdoses. Forty-one went up at Manchester City Hall last week, and another 52 are scheduled to go up by Sept. 25. 0
For most of us, a flat tire means a visit from a tow truck. For Eleazar Lopez Ayala, it could mean a one-way airplane trip to the murder capital of the world. 0
A church is planning when to send volunteers to Texas, and a school teacher has launched an adopt-a-school effort for Houston-area schools. 0
This is the fourth year of a mental health crisis in NH. No end appears in sight, and quick admission to the NH State Hospital is about as likely as finding a cheap Red Sox playoff ticket. 0
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
Officers from multiple law enforcement agencies converged on Goffstown Sunday afternoon to investigate a suspicious death, after an individual was...
Phillips Exeter Academy alumni with ties to long-serving school minister Robert Thompson intensified criticism of their former school last week...
Town police sent out a warning on social media late Sunday night for residents, especially in the area of Exit 10 off Interstate 89, to "lock your...
Tom Brady threw for 339 yards and three touchdowns and Stephen Gostkowski kicked four field goals, including a franchise-record 62-yarder, powering...
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