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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

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Towns/Cities near manchester, new hampshire : South Hooksett Pinardville Merrimack Derry

Manchester News
Looking Back with Aurore Eaton: The Manchester Cornet Band joins the Fourth NH Regiment

The two newest members of Pease Development Authority's board of directors say the business and aviation community is an economic engine of the Seacoast.

Furniture by famed New Hampshire woodworker coming to auction

Walker Ten Eyck Weed II was one of New England's most esteemed craftsmen of the 20th century. Introduced informally to woodworking at a young age, Weed went on to study at Dartmouth College where he was heavily involved with the Outing and Canoe Clubs.

Beyond the Stigma

During commencement ceremonies at the University of New Hampshire on Saturday, star student athlete Elinor Purrier was asked to run up to the stage by UNH President Mark Huddleston.

Women power at full throttle with USS Manchester

The strength and force of the 608-ton, 421-foot future USS Manchester is undeniable. But perhaps one of the most historic aspects of the U.S. Navy's newest littoral combat ship is the clout of the women behind it.

Fallen officers honored at 26th annual memorial ceremony

State Trooper Megan Walsh salutes while leading a drill team during the New Hampshire Law Enforcement Officers Memorial ceremony in Concord on Friday.

Death penalty foes petition Sununu with 50K names

Police arrested 14 people Thursday on charges related to drug activity as part of Operation Granite Shield, according to a news release.

Nashua Granite Shield operation nets 14 arrests

In its two most recent reprimands, handed down in March, the state's Judicial Conduct Committee found that rude comments Seabrook district court Judge Sharon DeVries made to litigants threatened the... Mason Adams is proof that two hands aren't required to play baseball.

Organization Unveils Program for First-Generation Immigrants

A New Hampshire nonprofit is going to announce a new economic program for first-generation immigrants to encourage business development and job creation. The Regional Economic Development Center is talking about the program Friday in Manchester.

Nashua moves forward with boat ramp improvements, new pedestrian bridge

The Hawks took a lead in the first inning and kept the Pioneers down en route to a 3-1 win in Game 1 of the best-of-three-series.

Another View -- John Cataldo: Manchester needs to get control of salaries

After deliberating for less than an hour, a jury on Thursday found Richard Moore guilty on all counts in the brutal slaying of Jo-Anne Boucher inside her Danville home.

A large sign alerted Atkinson resident that there would be no voting...

A large sign alerted Atkinson resident that there would be no voting at the Community Center in March 2017 when a snowstorm postponed town meeting, CONCORD - House and Senate negotiators have agreed on the Senate version of a town election law that gives the Secretary of State, not town moderators, authority to postpone voting due to bad weather or ... (more)

Marshals: Fugitive is armed, dangerous and impersonates police, military

A man considered to be armed and dangerous who is known to impersonate law enforcement and military personnel is this week's New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week, according to the U.S. Marshals Service in Concord. Julion Adamski Parker, 26, is wanted on an outstanding federal arrest warrant dated April 19 for being a felon in possession of a firearm and making false statements during the acquisition of a firearm, the Marshals said.

NH Firefighters Rescue Boy Stuck in Sewer Pipe

Manchester firefighters helped an 11-year-old boy who became stuck in a sewer pipe behind a middle school on Wednesday afternoon. Manchester, NH, firefighters at the moment they freed an 11-year-old boy who became stuck in a sewer pipe on Wednesday, May 17, 2018.

Laconia company crowned winner of NH Start Up Challenge

A new regional nonprofit corporation is being developed to collaboratively deliver health care on the Seacoast.

Governor sounding more amenable to election law changes

Sununu had previously suggested he would oppose the bill, HB 1264 and a related measure, HB 372 .

Al Heidenreich's Veterans Views: Memorial Day on the mind

The woman who supplied a Dover man with a lethal dose of fentanyl will spend six to 12 years in prison after pleading guilty at Strafford County Superior Court Wednesday morning.

Manchester DPW to renovate city basketball, tennis courts

Public works officials are preparing to renovate basketball and tennis courts at several parks across Manchester this summer, after learning the city will receive $75,000 over the next three years... A city official said tennis courts at Pulaski Park are among those "at the top of my list" of locations he'd like to see benefit from a donation from ... (more)

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