Show Archive – Feb 06, 2012

8 audio clips available

Guests included

  • Manchester Memorial High senior Lindsay Mason joined Rich in-studio to discuss the assault she suffered on Friday on school grounds.  Find out what led to this assault, the role social media played in it, and what is being done both legally and socially about it.  Do not miss this very alarming segment on school violence in Manchester.
  • FairPoint NH Communications’ Director of Government Relations and Economic Development Ellen Scarponi joined Rich in studio to discuss some eyebrow-raising legislation (House Bill 1305) that would prevent a new tax on Manchester consumers from going into effect.
  • Andy Soucy, director of the Londonderry Lancers School Marching Band was in studio with the band’s two senior drum majors, Helen Neiman and Devereux Geiger.  Find out why the Lancers marching band has won awards and been nationally recognized for their outstanding work!

Show Archive – Feb 06, 2012

8 audio clips available

Guests included

  • Manchester Memorial High senior Lindsay Mason joined Rich in-studio to discuss the assault she suffered on Friday on school grounds.  Find out what led to this assault, the role social media played in it, and what is being done both legally and socially about it.  Do not miss this very alarming segment on school violence in Manchester.
  • FairPoint NH Communications’ Director of Government Relations and Economic Development Ellen Scarponi joined Rich in studio to discuss some eyebrow-raising legislation (House Bill 1305) that would prevent a new tax on Manchester consumers from going into effect.
  • Andy Soucy, director of the Londonderry Lancers School Marching Band was in studio with the band’s two senior drum majors, Helen Neiman and Devereux Geiger.  Find out why the Lancers marching band has won awards and been nationally recognized for their outstanding work!

Hour Number One

In the first hour, Rich discusses the Super Bowl with a very dejected Chris and Dave.  Later on in the hour, Rich is joined by Manchester Memorial Senior Lindsay Mason, who was assaulted in the school hallway in between class by a fellow student.  Find out her side of the story and what led up to the attack.

Hour Number Two

In the second hour, Rich continues with Memorial High senior Lindsay Mason, as she continues to talk about the aftermath of the incident, and how she hopes to turn it into a positive experience for herself and other students who have been bullied or attacked.  Later in the hour, Rich was joined in studio by Fairpoint NH Communications’ Director of Government Relations and Economic Development Ellen Scarponi came in to discuss legislation that would allow taxation of Manchester’s utility poles!

Hour Number Three

In the third hour, Rich was joined by the award-winning Londonderry Marching Band Director Andy Soucy and his two senior drum majors, Helen Neiman, and Devereux Geiger!  Don’t miss this great hour!

Local News with Mike Ball

A fugitive wanted for sexual assault on a minor in Weare was arrested in Florida over the weekend, a Manchester law firm is offering a free debt restructuring workshop at their office, Pinkerton Academy comes under fire from taxpayers, Londonderry goes the extra mile to eliminate litter, and more! Don’t miss the news of the day with Steve Messa in for Mike Ball.

Local Sports with Christian Arcand

The Celtics and Bruins win, the Monarchs sweep over the weekend, and there may or may not have been a football game played last night.  Don’t miss sports with Chris Arcand

Interview with Lindsay Mason

Manchester Memorial High senior Lindsay Mason joined Rich in-studio to discuss the assault she suffered on Friday on school grounds.  Find out what led to this assault, the role social media played in it, and what is being done both legally and socially about it.  Do not miss this very alarming segment on school violence in Manchester.

Interview with Ellen Scarponi

FairPoint NH Communications’ Director of Government Relations and Economic Development Ellen Scarponi joined Rich in studio to discuss some eyebrow-raising legislation (House Bill 1305) that would prevent a new tax on Manchester consumers from going into effect. For more info on the bill, check the following links:
HB 1305 – AS INTRODUCED
HB1305 – STATUS
Docket of HB1305

Interview with Andy Soucy/Londonderry Marching Band

Andy Soucy, director of the Londonderry Lancers School Marching Band was in studio with the band’s two senior drum majors, Helen Neiman and Devereux Geiger.  Find out why the Lancers marching band has won awards and been nationally recognized for their outstanding work!  For more on the Marching Band, check out www.lancermusic.org
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