Aug. 3: Survivor Olympics – get in on the fun with team competitions, win $200, eat BBQ, be happy

read more…: Aug. 3: Survivor Olympics – get in on the fun with team competitions, win $200, eat BBQ, be happy

St. Joseph Hospital is looking for teams for this year’s Survivor Olympics at Holman Stadium in Nashua on Saturday, August 3 from 1 – 4 p.m.   This is going to be a super fun day full of ‘field-day’ style competitions that you may remember from elementary school – during which 20 teams will compete against each other to earn points, both towards raffle prizes as well as a $200 cash prize for the top team!

Banks battle escalating fight against scammers

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Thousands of Granite Staters fall victim to the insidious traps set by scammers each year. From 2019 until April 2024, fraud of various types accounted for losses of nearly $80 million in NH, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The most common type of fraud is imposter scams, where the fraudster pretends to be an official and requests information, money, or a gift card to solve the supposed problem. These account for almost half of all Granite State scams.

Celebrating 10 years of Ink Link – and growth – of independent news in New Hampshire

read more…: Celebrating 10 years of Ink Link – and growth – of independent news in New Hampshire

After years as a full-time journalist, Carol Robidoux in 2014 found herself laid off – for the second time, since the Great Recession of 2008 – and wondering what the future of news was going to look like. That’s when she decided to create her own news publication, and in 2014 she launched Manchester Ink Link, what she called a “community hub and news info site for the city of Manchester.”

St. Joseph Hospital expands cardiology services with grand opening of new clinic in Nashua

read more…: St. Joseph Hospital expands cardiology services with grand opening of new clinic in Nashua

St. Joseph Hospital on July 1 announced the grand opening of their new Cardiology practice at 166 Kinsley St. in Nashua. This exciting expansion marks a significant milestone in enhancing care for the greater Nashua community, offering comprehensive cardiology services that ensure patients receive the highest standard of care close to home.