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Manchester Employment office closes due to mold spores

The NH Office of Employment Security in Manchester is temporarily closed for the remainder of the week after indoor air quality tests detected a low-level mold spore in the ventilation system.

Shutterbugs: This Photos 360 workshop is for YOU

This one-day workshop is a team-taught, hands-on tours of the DSLR camera and how to take better photos. For beginners or those who would like a review of how to use their cameras and photography technique.

Sneak peek at the Hooksett Welcome Center, opening soon

http://youtu.be/qtEmVlSlpZU “This theme, here, is you can work here, you can live here, you can start a business here; NH is a fabulous state.” – Ward D’Elia, project architect If you’re a frequent driver along Interstate 93, you’ve watched the Hooksett Welcome Center redevelopment take shape on both sides of the highway. It has been a …

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Market Basket: ‘We’re fighting for the cause, to keep our boss’

It was business as usual for employees of the Manchester Market Basket Monday – at least, as usual as it has been for the past nine days, since the boycott began. The new normal is a slow trickle of customers through the door, and employees passing the time inside with little to do, taking breaks …

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Tri-City B2B Expo Coming to Manchester

Take a look at this short video on the Tri-City Expo 2014 from Schall Creative on Vimeo. What’s it all about? Three big-city NH Chambers, one super-big networking event right here in the Queen City on Sept. 18, from 3-7 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel/Center of NH Expo Center, 700 Elm St. The Tri-City Expo, established in …

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Check Out Coffee & Kiddos: ‘The Art of Rest’ July 2

It’s summertime – don’t isolate yourself just because the kids are home. Make Wednesdays your day to connect with others who fully appreciate the joy of coffee with other grownups, while listening in to guest speakers on topics of interest at the City Cafe, 542 Elm Street, in Manchester. July 2: “The Art of Rest” by …

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Dyn: Sign of the (Tech) Times

Next time you’re heading east over the Merrimack River via the Bridge Street bridge, look up, and a little to your left. You will no doubt see the newest sign of the times – a 26-by-53-foot LED Dyn sign, a huge undertaking that was installed in one day by Scott Aubertin and his First Sign crew, June 30. …

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Teachers: Register Now for Next Education Leadership Course

One of the top issues across the board among teachers surveyed is lack of professional development and support as they attempt to educate our kids in a way that will prepare them for their future. Enter the Manchester Chamber Education Leadership Program, which recently graduated its first class of 15 teachers. The thrust is developing …

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Catch a Firefly and a Cocktail at Baked ‘Paint Nite’

  Save $20 on your Paint Nite Ticket with coupon code below! Read on! The only thing better than drinking responsibly is drinking creatively, which is totally possible now that there are so many “paint while you socialize” opportunities available. Like this one, at Baked Downtown Cafe and Bakery on July 8, led by local …

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Alien Fruit Invasion, aka, ‘What’s a Rambutan?’

It was the perfect day to search for local strawberries.  But with no time to pick my own today, I called Farm and Flower Market, 15 Webster St., and was told that they did, indeed, have fresh local strawberries from Hollis. I scored two large containers for $6.99 each, and felt satisfied with my hunt – until …

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