BUCKLE UP, Manchester voters, another election season is upon us.
Thursday, May 06, 2021
IN 1930, Babe Ruth was asked about making more money than President Herbert Hoover. Ruth’s New York Yankee contract paid him $80,000 while Hoover earned only $75,000.
Wednesday, May 05, 2021
AS PARENTS of young children, my husband and I chose Manchester for our home for all that it had to offer. We recognized it for the vibrant city that it was and saw its yet untapped potential. We saw it as a great place to raise our children as it seemed filled with opportunity.
Tuesday, May 04, 2021
AS ONE of the foremost experts in the field of airborne pathogen transmission, I have a question: Who was the person(s) who recommended the plexiglass barriers in our restaurants, grocery stores, and nearly every other public place?
THE FIRST adult book I ever read was “Kingsblood Royal” by Sinclair Lewis. It’s about a man named Neil Kingsblood who looked into his ancestry to find what he believed was his connection with royalty. Instead, he found he was descended from a Black fur trader. After revealing his discovery t…
Monday, May 03, 2021
BASED ON the Center for Disease Control’s latest provisional data on drug poisoning deaths, it is projected that the United States may be losing 90,000 American lives to drug poisoning every 12 months.
WHAT IS the value of care? Or, to put it another way, how much is it worth to ensure your child is safe, your parent is aging with dignity, and that you can focus on your own health should an issue emerge? For many here in New Hampshire these are not merely theoretical questions.
Sunday, May 02, 2021
VICE PRESIDENT Kamala Harris recently celebrated her one-month anniversary of neglecting our southern border by touring northern New Hampshire — the first time she’s opted to enter our state since her failed presidential campaign in 2019. Reflecting back to her first visit to the Granite Sta…
Friday, April 30, 2021
ON APRIL 21st, a sizeable group of Brentwood residents gathered for a public hearing concerning the future of our town newsletter. Tension about the newsletter has been simmering for a few years, but the controversy came to a head last month when the newsletter published an editorial entitle…
Thursday, April 29, 2021
TO UNDERSTAND the fundamentals of America’s health care system, imagine you are sinking in quicksand, descending slowly up to your chest with only a few minutes left before you disappear. Already the weight of sand against your chest makes it difficult to breathe. Nearby, a man stands on sol…
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