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Study praises Manchester’s low credit card debt

WASHINGTON – The economic website Wallet Hub has released a study citing Manchester as having the third lowest household credit card debt increase in the United States. The study looked at 182 American cities over 2022, with data obtained from the TransUnion credit reporting agency as well the U.S. Federal Reserve and Bureau of Labor …

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New arts and crafts boutique opens on Elm Street

Just in time for the holiday season, what had been an empty store front on Elm Street has been transformed into a gathering place and shop for artwork, crafts and other locally-themed gifts.

MHT Director: Granite Staters need to support their airport

if New Hampshire residents don’t use Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (better known by its ICAO Code, MHT) for five out of ten of their departing flights instead of other alternatives like Logan International Airport in Boston, airline executives may no longer consider New Hampshire as a viable market on its own for air travel.

Grocery Hunt: #hotgrillsummer Ranch Edition

Hello and welcome to the Grocery Hunt, Manchester Ink Link’s look at prices of grocery items at Manchester supermarket chains. This week’s column honors newly elected Ward 12 State Representative and Manchester Ink Link sponsor Jess Grill, who jokingly talked a lot about ranch dressing on the campaign trail (there are so many different types of ranch out there….)

Aldermen agree to Hartnett/Pearl amendment, Transportation Center agreement

On Tuesday night, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved an amendment to a master development agreement (MDA) between the City of Manchester and Lansing Melbourne Group, the development company that has agreed to new affordable housing units at what is now the Pearl Street and Hartnett Parking lots.