Show Archive – September 4th, 2012

4 audio clips available

Guests and topics included:

  • Today’s show broke news regarding the Hawkins vs. Sanborn push-poll controversy. Plus a little on Facebook and Twitter, Paul Martineau’s salary, and which city officials are taking public health benefits. Don’t forget to vote in our Poll Question and Listener Survey.
  • Our beloved History Lady of the Amoskeag Millyard Museum came in for her weekly visit, and she’s telling us another great story about Manchester’s past. The History Lady is brought to you by PSNH.

Show Archive – September 4th, 2012

4 audio clips available

Guests and topics included:

  • Today’s show broke news regarding the Hawkins vs. Sanborn push-poll controversy. Plus a little on Facebook and Twitter, Paul Martineau’s salary, and which city officials are taking public health benefits. Don’t forget to vote in our Poll Question and Listener Survey.
  • Our beloved History Lady of the Amoskeag Millyard Museum came in for her weekly visit, and she’s telling us another great story about Manchester’s past. The History Lady is brought to you by PSNH.

Hour Number One

Rich discusses his trips to Cremeland and the Bedford Village Inn, and then we discuss how one of the Inn’s chefs was on the TV show Hell’s Kitchen. In the second half of the hour, Rich and the team talks about the controversy regarding Welfare Commissioner Paul Martineau’s salary and why politicians like Alderman Joe Kelly Levasseur shouldn’t be throwing political stones his way. Make sure to vote in today’s Poll Question and Listener Survey.

Hour Number Two

Rich lets us know that the Goffstown Superintendent answered our RTK request, but not really…again. Plus, there’s new information coming to light in the Sanborn v. Hawkins “push poll” controversy. Was the Attorney General’s office told the truth by somone claiming to be a neutral party? In the second half of the hour, our beloved History Lady of the Amoskeag Millyard Museum came in for her weekly visit, and she’s telling us another great story about Manchester’s past. The History Lady is brought to you by PSNH.

Hour Number Three

More about Facebook and Twitter, and then an expose on which Manchester School and Aldermanic board members areĀ  taking health and dental benefits courtesy of the taxpayer. In the second half of the hour, Rich continues his coverage of the heated race between Ken Hawkins and Andy Sanborn and the push-poll controversy. Tune in to find out which candidate is renting property to a porn shop!

The History Lady, Aurore Eaton

Our beloved History Lady of the Amoskeag Millyard Museum came in for her weekly visit, and she’s telling us another great story about Manchester’s past. The History Lady is brought to you by PSNH.