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Manchester area unemployment down, wages up

The biggest increase in jobs in the Manchester area is in leisure and hospitality, which is up 21.7 percent. Much of that increase came as restaurants, bars, hotels and other businesses in that industry opened back up after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted and the pandemic eased.

Ink Link team earns 10 NH Press Association awards

New Hampshire Press Association last week announced winners in the statewide 2020 Annual Excellence in Journalism contest. The list includes 10 awards for Manchester Ink Link’s team.

Turning grief into gratitude: Johnson family community mask giveaway June 24 at Brady Sullivan Plaza

The Johnson family story went viral when Angela shared pictures on social media showing CMC nurses holding messages up to the window in Rene Johnson’s room for his family, who had gathered in the park below. The family was unable to be at Rene’s bedside due to hospital COVID-19 regulations and relied on messages from the nurses for updates on their father’s condition.

Beeze Tees pivots to make masks and help small businesses

Beeze Tees screen printing has been in business for almost 10 years and when things started to take a turn for the worst due to the novel coronavirus, owner Tim Pipp and his staff came up with some ways to help local businesses and keep some his staff employed.