Elder Brethren Hold 140th
Sep13

Elder Brethren Hold 140th

The Boston Post Cane was awarded by President Paul Clark to Chris Nahatis at the 140th gathering of the Elder Brethren at Tuck’s Point on Saturday last. Chris has been named the eldest of the elders in attendance four out of the last five years. The responsibility for awarding the cane was transferred from the Town to the Elder Brethren in 1984. Originally the cane arrived in Town in 1909 but the early history is unfamiliar to the...

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MBTS 9/11 Ceremony Held
Sep13

MBTS 9/11 Ceremony Held

MFD Chief George Kramlinger addresses the large crowd gathered at the fire station on Monday for a memorial service held to remember and honor those who lost their lives during the 9-11 tragedy including former Manchester resident Ralph...

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ME Hornets Meet Amesbury Indians
Sep12

ME Hornets Meet Amesbury Indians

ME Hornet #19, Christian Hadeigh moves the ball downfield against Amesbury during Tuesday’s match at Hyland Field. The Hornets dominated when they got off to a quick 4-0 score in the first half. The final score,...

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ME Field Hockey Buries Amesbury
Sep11

ME Field Hockey Buries Amesbury

Freshman Hornet #20 Lily Athanas, controls the ball in the Hornets’ routing of the Indians on Monday the 11th. They turned off the scoreboard in the first half as the Hornets cruised to a 5-0 lead. Lily had two assists during the...

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100th Anniversary Open House at Troop 3
Jul19

100th Anniversary Open House at Troop 3

After an outstanding double float in the 4th of July parade, Troop 3’s 100th Anniversary celebration continues with an open house on Saturday, August 19 from 1-4pm. Former troop members, leaders, committee members and prospective new Scouts and parents are invited to the Scouthouse at 74 School Street to get a closer look at our home base where weekly scout meetings are held and where all our gear for our various excursions and...

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Reverend John Hughes Retires
Jun14

Reverend John Hughes Retires

The Reverend John Hughes and his wife Marilyn cut a cake on the occasion of his retirement from the First Parish Church Congregational. The festivities took place at Tuck’s Point in Manchester. Friends, family, community members and congregants enjoyed an afternoon of food, beverages and congeniality at the iconic venue. Photo by Paul Clark More photos can be seen at...

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