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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

  • NH AG’s Memo Confirms Open Door Policy to Voter Fraud

    (Hour 1a, b) (Hour 1a) Rich read a memorandum from the NH Attorney General’s office that had some interesting instructions for election

  • Greenglass on Keeping Stray Cats Safe

    (Hour 1c) Shelley Greenglass from the Manchester Animal Shelter responded to a Facebook post from our Mom at Large Patrice in this week’s edition of Pet Sense.

  • Tambouris: “It’s Time To Say No More!”

    (Hour 2a, b) (Hour 2a) Manchester 2nd grade teacher Kelley Tambouris stated her opposition to the Manchester Academic Standards (Common Core) in a post on her

  • Auto Care Corner: Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Car Noises

    (Hour 2c) John Manelas of Auto Care Plus understands how important it is to listen when your car starts talking to you. Turn off that radio and

  • High Pressure Testing in MHT; Weekend Weather with Al

    (Hour 3a) We chatted about Kelley Tambouris’s visit to the show in an earlier segment and tossed around the absurdity of “High Pressha” testing for

  • Hutchinson on Energy Needs in NH, Changes Needed in Concord

    (Hour 3b) Win Hutchinson, candidate for NH State Rep. in Manchester Ward 2, was swept into office in 2010 and swept out in 2012. Will the

  • Bouldin on Shire Sharing, Bigger Goals, Biggest Needs

    (Hour 3c) Amanda Bouldin, foundress and expert haggler for Shire Sharing, gave us the details on their efforts this year to help NH folks in

  • On Air News Read for October 24, 2014

    First District Democratic Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter has thrown her weight behind a new financial transaction tax.  A financial transaction tax would apply to

  • Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

    For Immediate release Contact: Wayne Jennings Founder, Chairman, & CEO National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council