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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, CNNMoney.com 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
Epping honors former McDonald's owner after sale of restaurant

Selectmen recognized the former owner of the Epping McDonald's this week following the recent sale of the restaurant, highlighting his commitment to the community.

Manchester man sentenced to 10 to 20 years in West High sex assault

The New Hampshire Legislature on Thursday approved an $11.7 billion, two-year state budget, ending months of speculation over whether the more conservative factions of the Republican-dominated House... The Bow High School baseball team was not sure what to expect heading into its first Division II season this past spring.

Raises for relatives: Conflicts in the Queen City

There is nothing quite as important as family. Yet that does not justify Manchester aldermen violating the city charter by voting on contracts for their relatives .

Derry drones may monitor construction progress

The woman who was attacked and brutally beaten in a Planet Fitness parking lot last week is asking people to contact police with information about her assailant on social media.

The forgotten taxpayer

To the Editor: On Flag day, a replica of "The Great Flag" that was created by the Amoskeag mill workers, was unfurled and draped down the mill building just like the original flag in 1914.

The Heart of Nashua with Joan Stylianos: I find myself awestruck one...

Eversource PAC-NH, in a finance filing last week with the Secretary of State's Office, gave donations to every single member of the New Hampshire Senate.

Training aims to help clergy support vets

The Bow High School baseball team was not sure what to expect heading into its first Division II season this past spring.

Manchester Family Justice Center now offers services at downtown YWCA

The Manchester Family Justice Center opened its doors Wednesday afternoon with guided tours of the facility from 4-6 p.m. The center is a collaborative project between five Manchester agencies to provide holistic support through services for survivors of stalking, human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault.

Post 2, Red Cross to hold blood drive

Senate leaders on Wednesday were putting the final touches on legislation that would reshape a big piece of the U.S. health care system by dramatically rolling back Medicaid while providing a softer... Jose Marmolejos drove in a run and scored the winning one to lead Harrisburg to a 2-1 Eastern League victory against New Hampshire before 3,556 fans ... (more)

Iraqi officials say Islamic State destroyed historic mosque

New Hampshire Hydraulics, one of the largest hydraulic sales and service facilities in New England, is hoping to double the size of its Merrimack plant.

Strathama s Hantz up for NH Supreme Court confirmation

The Executive Council is set to vote on Republican Gov. Chris Sununu's first nominee to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. The council is expected to vote Wednesday on whether to confirm Manchester attorney Anna Barbara Hantz Marconi, a Stratham resident who is known by family and colleagues as Bobbie Hantz, to replace retiring Associate Justice Carol Ann Conboy.  If confirmed, she will be the third woman in history to hold a seat on the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

Bret Cote elected to Clark Insurance board of directors

Bret Cote of Auburn, N.H., has been elected to the board of directors of Clark Insurance. Cote, a native of Windham, joined the employee-owned agency in 2007 and helped establish an office in Manchester that employs 10 people who provide solutions for business, employee benefits, bonds and personal insurance.

Quilt TourColourful SW quilt to tour America

Harvey artist Yvonne Chapman is packing up her stunning quilt Carousel to travel to America after it was accepted into the World Quilt Exhibition. For the second consecutive year Harvey artist Yvonne Chapman has been successful in representing Australia in the World Quilt Exhibition, this time with her stunning piece Carousel, which will tour the United States.

NH Hydraulics looks to expand its Merrimack facility

A brutal assault in which a man attacks a woman leaving Planet Fitness last week was recorded on surveillance video, police said.

Judge questions state's reluctance to hand over child protection documents NEW

A family suing New Hampshire's child protection division may be one step closer to getting previously confidential documents that show how the state handled their granddaughters' sexual abuse case. At a hearing Tuesday, Superior Court Judge Gillian Abramson questioned why the state hadn't turned over the information sooner.

Police interview of suspected serial killer Bob Evans released NEW

A national child advocacy group has released video clips of a police interview with the man suspected of killing five people in two unsolved New Hampshire cold cases. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children compiled the 4 minute, 20 second video, which shows a man, known locally as Robert "Bob" Evans, being interviewed by California police.

Trinity teacher won't get reprieve

Officials at Trinity High School say a veteran math teacher will not return to teach next fall, because he engaged in "behavior and communications with students that clearly violated diocesan and school policies."

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