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About: manchester, new hampshire

Manchester is the largest city in northern New England (an area comprising the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont). Pennacook Indians called it Namoskeag, meaning "good fishing place." In 2009, rated Manchester 13th in a list of the 100 best cities to live and launch a business in the U.S. Also in 2009, Forbes magazine ranked the Manchester region first on its list of "America's 100 Cheapest Places to Live."

Population: 108580
Local Newspapers: New Hampshire Union Leader
Local Sports Teams: NH Fisher Cats (Double A Baseball) Manchester Monarchs (AHL)
Local Colleges: Hesser College Southern New Hampshire University

Zip Codes associated with manchester, new hampshire:
Towns/Cities near manchester, new hampshire : South Hooksett Pinardville Merrimack Derry

Manchester News
Fans of Toys a Ra Us worry about fate of company

The father of a New Hampshire woman shot to death along with her two young children in a murder-suicide in Washington state Tuesday says family members are heartbroken over what he calls a... The office of New Hampshire secretary of state is non-partisan but 2016 Democratic gubernatorial nominee Colin Van Ostern's bid to unseat longtime incumbent ... (more)

Londonderry's town clerk named to 'Outstanding Women' list, wins reelection

She won reelection on Tuesday and she was recently selected as an outstanding woman by a local radio station.

Manchester police ask public to help find man missing since Feb. 27

Students across New Hampshire joined their counterparts across the nation Wednesday, walking out of classes to show their solidarity with the victims of last month's school shooting at Parkland, Fla.

Palace Theatre open to discussing the possibility of managing Nashua's new arts center

"They suggest we get a director, but they are also willing to talk with us about being the management entity with a Palace south branch, if you will," said Brian McCarthy, president of the Board of Aldermen.

Former Pembroke Academy dean surrenders teaching license after sentencing on drug charges

The former dean of students at Pembroke Academy has voluntarily surrendered her teaching certificate as a condition of her guilty plea and sentencing on drug-related charges in 2016, the Department of Education announced on Tuesday.

Blizzard baby: Salem father delivers son in middle of snowstorm

If there's one thing to say about Logan John Alexander, he sure knows how to make an entrance.

Police: N.H. man arrested for Methuen highway beating

A New Hampshire man accused of savagely beating a woman on the side of the highway following a minor car accident in Methuen was nabbed yesterday morning in Manchester, N.H., and is now being held pending his return to Massachusetts, state police said. Joseph Falero, 37, of Manchester, was arrested at an apartment at about 8 a.m. by Manchester cops and members of the state police's Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section, state police spokesman David Procopio said.

Erickson, McNaught are wed

Kelsey Erickson and Sean McNaught were married March 17, 2017, at the New Hampshire State House Library. Christian William officiated the double-ring ceremony.

Death penalty repeal debated in emotional State House hearing

The Nashua senator, lead sponsor of Senate Bill 593, told the Senate Judiciary Committee that his experience interviewing death row inmates who were later found innocent convinced him that the risk of killing an innocent person outweighs the deterrent value of capital punishment.

Beauregard's personal story guides her work with Manchester's homeless

Maureen Beauregard, president and founder of Families in Transition, fights back tears while speaking with the Sunday News on Friday.

Jury convicts Wolfeboro woman of animal cruelty charges in Great Dane case

City officials confirmed Monday that a visit to Manchester next week by President Donald Trump appears "very likely," following recent conversations with Secret Service... A Wolfeboro woman accused of mistreating as many as 75 Great Danes was found guilty by a jury Monday of 15 counts of animal cruelty.

Manchester man arrested after struggle with bar owner, police

A state committee isn't likely to decide whether to resuscitate the proposed Northern Pass hydroelectric transmission project until sometime in May, the committee's attorney said Monday.

Trump visit to Manchester next week a very likelya say city officials

The world may never know who won a $560 million Powerball jackpot, according to a court ruling issued Monday in favor of the woman's request to remain anonymous.

Nor'easter: Nearly 500 flights already canceled through Wednesday

Air travelers may want to check the status of their flights if they're flying through the Northeast on Tuesday or Wednesday. Flights are already canceled.

Forecast calls for 8 to 12 inches of snow tomorrow

President Donald Trump will support a modest set of fixes to gun laws, stepping back from some of the more sweeping changes he had considered after the country's latest mass school shooting, senior... MANCHESTER - New Hampshire is bracing for another nor'easter that's expected to drop up to a foot of snow throughout the Granite State this week.

Jonah Goldberg: Hollywood should accept McDormand's dare

In passing the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Democrats created a whole new set of problems.

Downtown: Manchester group aims to fill Hope for N.H.'s Concord gap NEW

When Hope for New Hampshire Recovery announced the closure of four of its facilities, including the location on South State Street in Concord, there was still a chance that state funding could bolster the struggling organization. Earlier this week, the Executive Council voted to do just that by approving a $600,000 state contract with NH Recovery - but that infusion of cash will go to only Manchester, Berlin and Franklin locations.

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