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  • MHT teacher: “Angry, frustrated but most of all sad!”

    We have published this Facebook post as published with permission.  ~Publis Does Anybody Hear Me, Will Anybody Listen?

  • Manchester PD releases Halloween safety tips

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers the following safety tips for Halloween.

  • Police release Trick or Treat Tips for safety

    With the announcement of when Halloween would be observed in its town, The Londonderry Police department also released a list of helpful hints to keep Halloween safe.  We reprint them below as released. ~  Publis

  • Why Is Lee Nyquist Ignoring Voters In His District?

    By Ann Marie Banfield Elections have consequences. Those who are elected to represent us make important decisions we all have to live with. This is why I decided to ask Lee Nyquist, candidate for New Hampshire Senate in District 9, important questions on Common Core. Common Core is the newest education reform being pushed by […]

  • Assessing Keene State Punks, Mosca’s Blog, MHT Teachers Union Priorities

    (Hour 1a) We kicked off another Manic Monday in high gear with discussion on the Keene State College riots and

  • MHT Residency Requirement Wrangle: Political Payback?

    (Hour 1b) Rich read between the lines of a story that has been brewing in Manchester for a couple of weeks.  Is the MPD in violation of

  • Landies on Underachieving NH Economy, Democrats’ War on Women Mantra

    (Hour 1c) Eileen Landies is challenging incumbent Lou D’Allesandro for the NH Senate seat in District 20.

  • Tambouris on MAS: Teaching to the Test in Manchester

    (Hour 2a) Rich’s purple sweater pic on Facebook garnered a comment from Aimee Sherman of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.  Don’t forget their

  • NCDAC: A Civil Discussion on Civil Rights, Cultural Diversity

    (Hour 2b) Wayne Jennings of the National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council (NCDAC) joined us for a very civil,

  • Courtemanche on Positive Impact at Merrimack Chamber

    (Hour 2c) Deb Courtemanche filled us in on the busy calendar of events at the Merrimack Chamber of Commerce. It hasn’t

  • Discussing MPD Residency, Response Times, Riots in Keene

    (Hour 3a) In this potpourri segment (Jacques Flower Shop reference), we discussed residency requirements in MHT, response times for MPD,

  • Morin on Open Dialogues for Liberals: For Liberals Only

    (Hour 3b) Whether you agree with “Fighta” Kimberly Morin of Examiner.com or not, she’d probably still give you a seat at the table.  Before