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COVID-19 three years later -- reinvent, reinvent and reinvent again

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Visiting mom
Dawn Chapman: Appreciating life
Liv Brannen: We're resilient
Steven Clutter: Restaurants rebound
Mountain View Church: A heavenly setting
Unplanned intermission: Scott Hayward
Jenn Gillis: 'Stronger together'

We may be over it, but we’re still in it.

Three years after COVID-19 upended nearly every aspect of our lives, people have adjusted to change in ways they never could have imagined.

Scott Hayward

Tupelo Music Hall owner Scott Hayward stands in the parking lot, where the Derry venue held drive-in concerts in 2020 and 2021 when it was unable to hold shows in its indoor theater due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Liv Brannen

Liv Brannen, photographed here during her senior year at Goffstown High School, is now a student at Coastal Carolina University. She plans to go to law school.

Liv Brannen 2023

Liv Brannen of Goffstown is now in her second year at Coastal Carolina University.

Jennifer Gillis

Jennifer Gillis became interim superintendent of schools in Manchester in February 2022, and permanent superintendent in May 2022.

Jennifer Gillis

Jennifer Gillis, Superintendent of Manchester Schools, chats with students at the Jewett Street School in Manchester on March 7, 2023.

Dawn Chapman

Dawn Chapman is changing jobs to work at one of Concord Hospital’s urgent care facilities, after staffing shortages have made inpatient care incredibly difficult.

Steven Clutter

Restaurateur Steven Clutter grills onions at The Kitchen on River Road in Manchester on Monday.

Steven Clutter

Restaurateur Steven Clutter at his latest project, The Kitchen, on River Road in Manchester.