Good morning everyone! It’s Monday in Manchester and I’m back in your inbox with everything you need to know about what’s happening locally. Enjoy…
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First, today’s weather forecast:
Partly sunny today; low humidity. High: 85 Low: 64.
Here are today’s top stories in Manchester:
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Today in Manchester:
- Friday is Open Mic night at Manchester’s Angel City Music Hall at 179 Elm Street in Manchester. Everyone is welcome. You’ll hear everyone from professional musicians “to Amy Winehouse wannabes.” Jonny Friday has been hosting open mic nights for 15 years in Manchester. Open Mic Night started at TJ’s Sports Bar (now The Central Ale House) and moved to Angel City Music Hall amid the pandemic in 2021. On Friday nights, you’ll find Jonny Friday hosting a variety of musicians, placing in front of the microphone. to entertain the crowd. You can read more here: (Manchester Ink Link)
- Saturday was a great night for the Fisher Cats! The Manchester team beat the Portland, Maine Sea Dogs in a blistering 16-0 game. Just a day earlier, Major League Sea Dogs star Chris Sale, rehabbing the Red Sox with the team, had won a 15-4 victory over the Fisher Cats. You can read more about this story here: (Manchester Ink Link)
- Manchester Holiday Waste and Recycling Update: There will be no waste, recycling or yard waste collection on Monday July 4, 2022, the City of Manchester announced on its website. For this reason, “the collection of garbage, recycling and garden waste will be delayed by one day throughout the week”. The drop-off center will also be closed. If you have any questions, contact the Department of Public Works at 603-624-6444. (ManchesterNH.gov)
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