Katie McQuaid - Scene in Manchester
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Freshly wedded in a garden ceremony at Bedford Village Inn, Chuck and Sara Vorias greeted their wedding reception guests to the Eddy Grant hit “Electric Avenue.”
Executive chefs from local senior care facilities are busy planning elaborate Hollywood-themed cakes for Easterseals NH's Frosting Frenzy cake competition.
Robb Curry is getting things done around Manchester.
"Argh." It's an expression of frustration, and a fitting name for the city's newest art gallery.
Karin Shea didn't like Manchester when she first moved here, but she decided to stop paying attention to the bad news, and start discovering the city.
The Bike Barn is among dozens of Langer Place tenants being displaced to make room for a growing army of SNHU employees.
I grew up thinking the river was too polluted to even touch. I was wrong.
This summer at Stark Park really shouldn't be missed.
Participants will "wander-at-will" to nine downtown restaurants that have each been charged with building their own mini-golf hole.
It's so hot the Manchester health and fire departments have sent out an advisory with suggestions on how to stay cool and avoid heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
“Minecraft” and “Roblox” are a regular part of the vocabulary in my house. These online multi-player games turn my kids from sweet angels into zombies who lash out the minute...
City police have been called to the campus on Dunbarton Road 135 times since it opened in 2015, including 13 times for assaults and four times for...
As baby boomers close in on the traditional retirement age of 65, Granite State business leaders are carving out multiple approaches to attracting...
He might have been a multimillionaire, former CEO of one of the largest employers in the state, with a mansion on the north end of town, but to a lot...
Several burned out and dilapidated apartment buildings remain vacant and untouched in center city neighborhoods.
The clock is ticking toward the Autumn Equinox this weekend. Soon we'll be watching the trees change color for fun, but this weekend brings motor sports, fairy houses, food trucks, beer, and many...
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Saturday, 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.,
Sunday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Sunday, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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