Market Basket neighbor says noise at worker protests 'affecting my mental health'

Off-duty employees, former employees and other Market Basket supporters do the wave along Lafayette Road in front of Store No. 30 in Seabrook. Many passing cars honked and several drivers chatted with the group while waiting for the nearby traffic light to change. One passing driver yelled, "Give 'em hell!" Another said, "Hang in there." (MIKE LAWRENCE/Union Leader Correspondent)

Kristine Wade, a neighbor of Market Basket on Woodbury Avenue in Portsmouth, says car horns blaring in support of protesting workers at the grocery store are "affecting my mental health."



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