This year was another banner year for Manchester Radio Group at the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters annual Granite Mike Awards.
Over three-thousand people gathered for the event and enjoyed a sun splashed day of music from sixteen different bands, food trucks, local artists and so much more.
Michelle Talwani, Vice President of Marketing and Economic Development and Meaghan Shea, Clinical Director at Families in Transition. How they are fighting the daily battle of helping women who are facing addiction, losing their families and their well-being and the programs they offer to help them recover.
Manchester Fire Chief Dan Goonan on his new role as not only the city’s Chief but a Safe Station and what firefighters and first responders are facing every day in the opioid crisis.
Stephanie Bergeron, Executive Director of Serenity Place explains the daily challenges and programs that Addiction Recovery Centers face in Manchester as well as the growing need for more space and facilities.
Discussion with Dr William Goodman, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Medical Affairs at Catholic Medical Center AND Nicole Pendenza, Director of Maternal Health on CMC’s involvement and programs regarding the opioid crisis.
J. Scott talks about how NH residents can save on their electricity bills and also Town Square Energy’s involvement in Art Jam Bridge Fest.
Let’s face it, if you’re in charge of hiring for your company or small business, it’s a jungle out there.
The Boogie Wonder Band is hitting the Palace Theatre Feb 25 and Boogie Cindy tells us what to expect. Bell bottoms and afros optional!