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Elliot Health System Walk For Hope steps off on Sunday

The 5K walk is open to all abilities and they are happy to accept same-day registrations. The event starts at 9 a.m. with registration starting at 8 a.m. Walkers will be treated to a range of entertainment pre-event and snacks and more fun when they return to Elliot’s campus.

Chevy No Va! (Chevy Doesn’t Go!)

English can be an amusing and sometimes dangerous language in the hands of advertising Mad Men, business owners, or a verbally dyslexic columnist such as moi. While ads for the Chevy Nova were met with chuckles in Puerto Rico 60 years ago, one doesn’t have to leave the Manchester environs to get the business funny for your money:

Putts For Pups June 27 Golf Classic to benefit Second Chance Ranch Rescue 

Dust off your golf clubs and come join us for a day on the links! On Monday, June 27 we will be hosting our Putts for Pups Golf Classic at the gorgeous Stonebridge Country Club in Goffstown. Play a round of golf, have some lunch, all while helping Second Chance Ranch Rescue. 

State reports last fall held record number of tourists coming to NH

Last week, the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development reported that the Fall 2021 tourism season brought 4.3 million visitors into the state, an increase of 38 percent over 2019, which had been the year with the largest number of visitors to that point.

Deadline set for Hallsville RFPs

Committee members agreed to the draft evaluation criteria, built upon recommendations gathered from a community listening session at the school.

Transit To Trails program launch May 7: Catch an MTA bus for $5 and hit local hiking trails, parks

“MTA is excited to partner with the Nature Conservancy in order to bring this pilot program to life,” said Mike Whitten, executive director of the Manchester Transit Authority. “Connecting passengers with natural spaces like our state parks and forests offers so many benefits and we’re thrilled to do our part to eliminate transportation as a barrier to access for members of our community.”