Manchester, New Hampshire

What is Manchester, New Hampshire known for?


charity quot

adam-sandler-biography.aspx "Adam Sandler donates $1 million to Manchester charity." newhampshire.com. He donated $2,100 to Republican (Republican Party (United States)) Rudy Giuliani's presidential campaign (United States presidential primary) the same year. ref>


prominent television

, California Sacramento ; St.Louis (St. Louis, Missouri); San Diego; San Francisco; Scranton (Scranton, Pennsylvania); Seattle; Tampa (Tampa, Florida); Toledo (Toledo, Ohio); Washington, D.C.; and West Palm Beach (West Palm Beach, Florida). The company's prominent television and web ads feature the recognizable "Empire Man" character. '''Thomas J. Bouchard, Jr.''' (born October 3, 1937, Manchester, New Hampshire) is a professor of psychology and director


family biography

, cosmetic, and industrial icons in the 20th century. Many of the Weiss family descendants exhibited creativity that was tenaciously promoted and underscored by both perfectionism and aestheticism that was evident in Charles Revson's career. Revson, like many other Weiss family descendants, disassociated


classical tradition

classical (Classical education movement) tradition. In September, 2006, the school was named to the Catholic High School Honor Roll, which lists the top 50 Catholic high schools in the United States. It is independently operated within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester. thumb left 1922 map of New Hampshire published in the bulletin of the Brown Company (Image:State of New Hampshire.JPG) in Berlin (Berlin, New Hampshire) The textile


scale including

the November action on a larger scale, including arrests and seizures without search warrants, as well as detention in overcrowded and unsanitary holding facilities. Hoover later admitted "clear cases of brutality." Murray, 227-9 The raids covered more than 30 cities and towns in 23 states, but those west of the Mississippi and south of the Ohio were "publicity gestures" designed to make the effort appear nationwide in scope. States (cities where available): California (Los Angeles, San Francisco), Colorado (Denver), Connecticut (Ansonia (Ansonia, Connecticut), Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut), Meriden (Meriden, Connecticut), New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut), New London (New London, Connecticut), South Manchester (Manchester, Connecticut), Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut)), Florida, Illinois (Chicago, Rockford (Rockford, Illinois), East St. Louis (East St. Louis, Illinois)), Indiana, Iowa (Des Moines (Des Moines, Iowa)), Kansas (Kansas City (Kansas City, Kansas)), Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts (Boston, Chelsea (Chelsea, Massachusetts), Brockton (Brockton, Massachusetts), Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Massachusetts), Norwood (Norwood, Massachusetts), Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts), Chicopee Falls (Chicopee, Massachusetts), Holyoke (Holyoke, Massachusetts), Gardner (Gardner, Massachusetts), Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts), Lawrence (Lawrence, Massachusetts), Haverhill (Haverhill, Massachusetts)), Michigan (Detroit), Minnesota (St. Paul (Saint Paul, Minnesota)), Nebraska (Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska)), New Hampshire (Claremont (Claremont, New Hampshire), Derry (Derry, New Hampshire), Lincoln (Lincoln, New Hampshire), Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire)), New Jersey (Camden (Camden, New Jersey)), New York (Buffalo (Buffalo, New York) and "nearby towns", New York City), Ohio (Cleveland, Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio)), Oregon (Portland (Portland, Oregon)), Pennsylvania (Chester (Chester, Pennsylvania), Pittsburgh), Washington (Spokane (Spokane, Washington)), Wisconsin (Milwaukee, Racine (Racine, Wisconsin)). Others were arrested in West Virginia by agents working from Pittsburgh. Post, 91-2, 96, 104-5, 108, 110, 115-6, 120-1, 124, 126, 131 Because the raids targeted entire organizations, agents arrested everyone found in organization meeting halls, not only arresting non-radical organization members but also visitors who did not belong to a target organization, and sometimes American citizens not eligible for arrest and deportation. Post, 96-147, ''passim'' * T. F. Green Airport in Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), Rhode Island * Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), New Hampshire Retrieved 12-01-2011 The '''Yankee Network''' was an American radio network. It was founded in 1930 by John Shepard III; in 1949, a controlling interest in the network was purchased by General Tire when Robert Shepard chairman of the network's parent company, The Shepard Company, decided that radio and its dependence on the FCC was too risky a business to bankroll any longer. Money was also needed to pay estate taxes following the death of John III's and Robert's father John Shepard Jr. the previous year. The flagship Yankee station was Boston's 1230, later 1260 and finally 680 WNAC (WRKO). The Yankee Network had affiliates elsewhere in Massachusetts (Fall River (Fall River, Massachusetts), Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts)–Lawrence (Lawrence, Massachusetts), New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts)); Connecticut (Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut), Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut)); Rhode Island (Providence (Providence, Rhode Island)); New Hampshire (Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire)), and Maine (Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Bangor (Bangor, Maine), Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine), Portland (Portland, Maine)). - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 -


opera news

centre. Should the GTAA decide not to build the proposed Pickering Airport, which could prove controversial due to the required expropriation of land, Hamilton may have an increase in passenger traffic and possibly new airlines. This was followed during the summer of 1980 by staging of ''Don Giovanni'' performed under the aegis of the Monadnock Music Festival in Manchester, New Hampshire, which ''Opera News'' hailed as "an act of artistic vandalism". In the winter of 1980, a production of George Frideric Handel's ''Orlando (Orlando (opera))'', again at the American Repertory Theatre, brought him to national attention—perhaps because of the novel conceit of setting it in outer space. Later, Sellars studied in Japan, China (People's Republic of China), and India. He was born in Manchester, New Hampshire, and he moved with his family to Montreal in 1914. This is likely a minor technicality stemming from ESPN being technically a joint venture of Disney (80%) and Hearst Corporation (20%). Disney has long exercised operating control of the network, while Hearst is believed to be more of a silent partner rather than an active participant in ESPN's management. However, this relationship does mean that Hearst's ABC affiliates, such as WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh, WCVB-TV in Boston, WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire, WISN-TV in Milwaukee, and KMBC-TV in Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri), have first right of refusal on the local simulcasts of ESPN-televised Monday Night Football games involving home-market teams, which are very rarely waived to other stations in their markets. Equally, other Hearst stations such as NBC affiliated WBAL-TV in Baltimore have been able to air NFL games from ESPN for the same reason (WMOR-TV in the Tampa Bay Area is also eligible to air these games, but rarely if ever does so). http: www.wbaltv.com r 20348985 detail.html Under NFL broadcasting rules, the league's cable games must be simulcast on broadcast television in the local markets of the teams playing, though the home team's market does not get the game if it does not sell out 72 hours before kickoff - games that are not sold out must be blacked out in the market of origin (NFL on television#Blackout policies). Similar rules and rights were previously in place for ESPN-televised Major League Baseball playoff games, except non-sold out games were not blacked out (MLB does not black out games based on attendance, but rather to protect local broadcasters). ABC O&O's also have right of first refusal for NFL (and previously MLB playoff) simulcasts from ESPN. Biography Born in Manchester, New Hampshire in 1918, Coxe was educated at St. Paul's School (St. Paul's School (United States)) in Concord (Concord, New Hampshire). He graduated from Princeton University in 1940, writing his senior thesis on Edwin Arlington Robinson. country United States metropolitan Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), New Hampshire territory New Hampshire It is led by a prelate bishop who serves as pastor of the mother church, Cathedral of St. Joseph (Cathedral of St. Joseph (Manchester, New Hampshire)) in Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire). The diocese consists of approximately 280 priests, 51 deacons, and 327,600 Catholic faithful in New Hampshire. In 1852 Mother Warde opened houses in Hartford and New Haven to which free schools were attached; later on academies were opened and the works of mercy inaugurated. In 1854 Mrs. Goodloe Harper, daughter of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, donated to the congregation a house and some ground at Newport, R.I., for a convent and schools. Her daughter, Miss Emily Harper, was also a generous benefactor. In 1857 free and select schools were opened at Rochester (Rochester, New York), and later at Buffalo (Buffalo, New York), by desire of Bishop Timon. On 16 July, 1858, Mother Warde and a band of missionaries left Providence for Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), by invitation of Bishop Bacon of Portland (Portland, Maine), and there established night schools for factory children. St. Mary's Academy was opened the same year. In 1861, at the request of Bishop Wood (James Frederick Wood), Mother Warde opened a convent at Philadelphia, where free schools and the works of mercy were instituted. In 1864 a foundation was sent to Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska); in 1865 a branch house and schools were opened at Bangor, Maine; in 1871 a colony of sisters was sent to Yreka, California, and North Whitefield Mission, Maine, was undertaken by Mother Warde, who likewise sent foundations to Jersey City, Bordentown, and Princeton, N.J. (Princeton, New Jersey) In 1857 Bishop Bacon requested her to open an orphanage in Portland, but a disastrous fire delayed the work until 1872, when the Burlington foundation had been begun. The Kavanagh School was given to the sisters by Miss Winifred Kavanagh; an academy was also opened at Portland. On the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 1878, Mother Warde sent the sisters to labour among the Indians of Maine at Old Town (Old Town, Maine), Pleasant Point (Passamaquoddy Pleasant Point Reservation), and Dana's Point. The Government built the school houses and paid the sisters salaries for teaching the Indian children. Mother Warde's last works were the opening of an Old Ladies' Home and a Young Ladies' Academy at Deering, Maine. thumb 100px Congressional districts since 2003 (Image:NH-districts-108.JPG) The 1st Congressional District consists of: Carroll (Carroll County, New Hampshire) and Strafford (Strafford County, New Hampshire) Counties; Alton (Alton, New Hampshire), Barnstead (Barnstead, New Hampshire), Belmont (Belmont, New Hampshire), Center Harbor (Center Harbor, New Hampshire), Gilford (Gilford, New Hampshire), Gilmanton (Gilmanton, New Hampshire), Laconia (Laconia, New Hampshire), Meredith (Meredith, New Hampshire) and New Hampton (New Hampton, New Hampshire) in Belknap County (Belknap County, New Hampshire); Bedford (Bedford, New Hampshire), Goffstown (Goffstown, New Hampshire), Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire) and Merrimack (Merrimack, New Hampshire) in Hillsborough County (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire); Hooksett (Hooksett, New Hampshire) in Merrimack County (Merrimack County, New Hampshire); and all of Rockingham County (Rockingham County, New Hampshire), except Atkinson (Atkinson, New Hampshire), Salem (Salem, New Hampshire) and Windham (Windham, New Hampshire). Cities are governed by Boards of Aldermen (in Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire) and Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire)) or City Councils (all other cities). ''WWE Raw'' July 1, 2002 Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH (New Hampshire) - The festival continued at the Boston YWCA five more times. From 1951 onward, it was held in a variety of town and cities near Boston, visiting Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts) several times, and once each in Exeter, New Hampshire, Manchester, New Hampshire, North Kingston, Rhode Island, Brockton, Massachusetts and Lowell, Massachusetts. It was held in Natick High School for the four years ending in 1970, then returned to Natick (Natick, Massachusetts) in 1974 where it was held annually through 2006. In 2007 the festival was held for the first time in Mansfield (Mansfield, Massachusetts) High and Middle Schools. Over the course of 60-plus years, the festival has grown to a three-day affair, with about 5,000 admissions. Whitehead, Donna; and Cathy Gilbertie Knipper. Folk festival could return ''Mansfield News,'' Apr 26, 2007. Retrieved May 1, 2008. terminus_a 20px (Image:I-93.svg)20px (Image:NH Route 101.svg) I-93 (Interstate 93 (New Hampshire)) NH 101 (New Hampshire Route 101) in Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire) junction 20px (Image:NH Route 28.svg) NH Route 28 (New Hampshire Route 28) in Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire) 20px (Image:Everett Turnpike.svg)20px (Image:NH Route 101.svg) Everett Turnpike NH 101 (New Hampshire Route 101) in Bedford (Bedford, New Hampshire) 20px (Image:US 3.svg)20px (Image:NH Route 3A (new).svg) US-3 (U.S. Route 3) NH 3A (New Hampshire Route 3A) in Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire) direction_b North '''Interstate 293''' (abbreviated '''I-293''') is an Retrieved 12-01-2011 The '''Yankee Network''' was an American radio network. It was founded in 1930 by John Shepard III; in 1949, a controlling interest in the network was purchased by General Tire when Robert Shepard chairman of the network's parent company, The Shepard Company, decided that radio and its dependence on the FCC was too risky a business to bankroll any longer. Money was also needed to pay estate taxes following the death of John III's and Robert's father John Shepard Jr. the previous year. The flagship Yankee station was Boston's 1230, later 1260 and finally 680 WNAC (WRKO). The Yankee Network had affiliates elsewhere in Massachusetts (Fall River (Fall River, Massachusetts), Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts)–Lawrence (Lawrence, Massachusetts), New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts)); Connecticut (Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut), Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut)); Rhode Island (Providence (Providence, Rhode Island)); New Hampshire (Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire)), and Maine (Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Bangor (Bangor, Maine), Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine), Portland (Portland, Maine)). - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 -


painting red

, drawing and painting Red Cross and WWII posters. In his senior year of high school, Montana moved to Manchester, New Hampshire. He attended Haverhill High School until 1939, and graduated from Manchester High School Central in 1940. Swiss Re also has offices in Atlanta (Atlanta, Georgia), Boston (Boston, Massachusetts), Calabasas (Calabasas, California), Chicago (Chicago, Illinois), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), Fort Wayne (Fort Wayne, Indiana), Houston (Houston, Texas), Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri), Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Schaumburg, Illinois, and Windsor (Windsor, Connecticut). Swiss Re's Canadian office in Toronto, Swiss Reinsurance Company Canada, was named one of Greater Toronto's Top Employers by Mediacorp Canada Inc. in October 2008, which was announced by the Toronto Star newspaper. Retrieved 12-01-2011 The '''Yankee Network''' was an American radio network. It was founded in 1930 by John Shepard III; in 1949, a controlling interest in the network was purchased by General Tire when Robert Shepard chairman of the network's parent company, The Shepard Company, decided that radio and its dependence on the FCC was too risky a business to bankroll any longer. Money was also needed to pay estate taxes following the death of John III's and Robert's father John Shepard Jr. the previous year. The flagship Yankee station was Boston's 1230, later 1260 and finally 680 WNAC (WRKO). The Yankee Network had affiliates elsewhere in Massachusetts (Fall River (Fall River, Massachusetts), Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts)–Lawrence (Lawrence, Massachusetts), New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts)); Connecticut (Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut), Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut)); Rhode Island (Providence (Providence, Rhode Island)); New Hampshire (Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire)), and Maine (Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Bangor (Bangor, Maine), Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine), Portland (Portland, Maine)). - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 -


personal campaign

can be said about the communal life of the Jews in New England, and their numbers increased but slowly until after the beginning of the great Russian emigration in 1882, when the overflow from New York as well as the emigration through Canada commenced to stream into New England. Early life Sarah Silverman, the youngest of four daughters, was born in Manchester, New Hampshire. Her mother, Beth Ann Halpin, was George McGovern's personal campaign photographer and founded the theater company New Thalian Players. Retrieved 12-01-2011 The '''Yankee Network''' was an American radio network. It was founded in 1930 by John Shepard III; in 1949, a controlling interest in the network was purchased by General Tire when Robert Shepard chairman of the network's parent company, The Shepard Company, decided that radio and its dependence on the FCC was too risky a business to bankroll any longer. Money was also needed to pay estate taxes following the death of John III's and Robert's father John Shepard Jr. the previous year. The flagship Yankee station was Boston's 1230, later 1260 and finally 680 WNAC (WRKO). The Yankee Network had affiliates elsewhere in Massachusetts (Fall River (Fall River, Massachusetts), Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts)–Lawrence (Lawrence, Massachusetts), New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts)); Connecticut (Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut), Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut)); Rhode Island (Providence (Providence, Rhode Island)); New Hampshire (Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire)), and Maine (Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Bangor (Bangor, Maine), Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine), Portland (Portland, Maine)). - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 -


called games

Sports (USA) Fox Sports New England. He also called games for the Boston Breakers (Boston Breakers (WUSA)), New England Revolution, and America East basketball telecasts. Frede also has called sports nationally for Oxygen (Oxygen (TV network)) (WUSA (Women's United Soccer Association) and Women's college basketball), http: findarticles.com p articles mi_m0EIN is_2001_Nov_14 ai_80059716 SPEED (Speed (TV channel)), and CSTV (CBS College Sports Network) (College Hockey). http: www.businesswire.com portal site google index.jsp?ndmViewId news_view&newsId 20050906005736&newsLang en Early career Wyman was born in Manchester, New Hampshire on March 16, 1917. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire at Durham (Durham, New Hampshire) in 1938 and from Harvard University Law School in 1941. He was admitted to the bars of Massachusetts and New Hampshire in 1941, and of Florida in 1957, and commenced the practice of law in Boston, Massachusetts. Birth, early career, and marriage Smith was born in Bridgewater, Vermont on July 24, 1816. After completing an eighth grade education, he was trained as a cabinet maker and set up shop in a former tannery (Tanning) building. Smith left the Woodstock District in 1846, taking with him Eveline Verona English, whom he married in a civil ceremony in May 1846, in their Boston hotel room. Smith and his wife moved first to Manchester, New Hampshire, where Smith made a living carving wooden patterns while learning the machine business. In July 1846, their first child, Ella, was born. In the spring of 1847 in Manchester there was a scarlet fever epidemic known as 'ship fever', and Eveline took the child Ella and returned to Woodstock. They would never again live together as husband and wife. The Neville site is located on the east bank of the Merrimack River in Manchester, New Hampshire. The site was occupied during the Middle Archaic period from ca. 8000-5900 BP and is located close to the Amoskeag Falls, at Retrieved 12-01-2011 The '''Yankee Network''' was an American radio network. It was founded in 1930 by John Shepard III; in 1949, a controlling interest in the network was purchased by General Tire when Robert Shepard chairman of the network's parent company, The Shepard Company, decided that radio and its dependence on the FCC was too risky a business to bankroll any longer. Money was also needed to pay estate taxes following the death of John III's and Robert's father John Shepard Jr. the previous year. The flagship Yankee station was Boston's 1230, later 1260 and finally 680 WNAC (WRKO). The Yankee Network had affiliates elsewhere in Massachusetts (Fall River (Fall River, Massachusetts), Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts)–Lawrence (Lawrence, Massachusetts), New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts)); Connecticut (Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut), Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut)); Rhode Island (Providence (Providence, Rhode Island)); New Hampshire (Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire)), and Maine (Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Bangor (Bangor, Maine), Lewiston (Lewiston, Maine), Portland (Portland, Maine)). - 4 align "left" Boston-Providence-Worcester align "left" Boston, MA; Providence (Providence, Rhode Island), RI-MA; Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), MA-CT; Barnstable Town (Barnstable Town, Massachusetts), MA; Leominster (Leominster, Massachusetts)-Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), MA; New Bedford (New Bedford, Massachusetts), MA; Dover (Dover, New Hampshire)-Rochester (Rochester, New Hampshire), NH; Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), NH; Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), NH; Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), NH 6,692,295 -


huge population

in 1814 and still in operation, and the closed Adams Female Seminary. The post-war suburban (Suburbia) boom, the town's proximity to Boston (Boston, Massachusetts) in the south and Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire) to the northwest, and the construction of Interstate 93 through town led to a huge population boom. Although this growth has slowed somewhat, the population of Derry still increased by 15 percent during the 1990s. File:Mikegravelmanchester.JPG thumb right

Manchester, New Hampshire

'''Manchester''' is the largest city in the state (U.S. state) of New Hampshire, the tenth largest city in New England, and the largest city in northern New England, an area comprising the states of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. It was first named by the merchant and inventor Samuel Blodget (after whom the ''Samuel Blodget Park'' in Manchester North is named). Blodget's vision was to create a great industrial center similar to that of Manchester in England, which was the world's first industrialized city. Manchester, New Hampshire Publisher: CityTownInfo.com Retrieved: 4 March 2014. It is located in Hillsborough County (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire) along the banks of the Merrimack River, which divides the city into eastern and western sections. Manchester is near the northern end of the Northeast megalopolis. As of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), the city had a population of 109,565,

Manchester often appears favorably in lists ranking the affordability and livability of American cities. In 2009, CNNMoney.com rated Manchester 13th in a list of the 100 best cities to live and launch a business in the United States (United States of America). From textiles to high-tech: No. 13, Manchester, N.H. - Mar. 26, 2008. Mutualfunds.info (2008-03-26). Retrieved on 2013-08-02. In addition, Kiplinger voted Manchester the second most tax-friendly city in the United States, second only to Anchorage, Alaska. Also in 2009, ''Forbes'' magazine ranked the Manchester region first on its list of "America's 100 Cheapest Places to Live." Forbes, "In Depth: America's Best Cheap Cities" (July 13, 2009) According to the Equality of Opportunity Project, released in 2013, Manchester ranked as the seventh best metropolitan area in terms of upward income mobility in the United States. http: www.businessinsider.com 10-cities-where-the-american-dream-is-still-alive-2013-7

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