Currier Museum of Art – This local treasure’s permanent collection contains nearly 11,000 American and European works of art, representing nearly every medium. The museum has been closed for renovations since 2006 and reopens March 30, 2008. Currier on the Move is an active menu of programs for schools and communities throughout New Hampshire. Look for a Currier Museum of Art van traveling around the state with these programs and to fairs and festivals where they offer hands-on activities and information about the museum. The Museum also offers an online curriculum which provides educators with background information, vocabulary words, concepts and activity suggestions related to works of art in the collection.
The Palace Theatre – This non-profit performing arts center hosts its own professional company, youth and teen program and presenting acts. Built in 1915, this beautifully restored 865-seat professional performing arts center is the sole survivor of an area that once boasted 22 such theaters.
Verizon Wireless Arena – A spectacular sport and entertainment facility, the first event center of its kind to be built in New Hampshire
New Hampshire Fisher Cats – Our professional minor league baseball team offers family-oriented entertainment at affordable prices.
Manchester – Boston Regional Airport – Strategically situated in the heart of New England, our airport is served by Air Canada, Continental Airlines, Continental Connection, Continental Express, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection COMAIR, Northwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, US Airways and US Airways Express.
Intown Manchester – A non-profit 501(C)(3) management company contracted by the City of Manchester to operate a Business Improvement District (BID), Intown Manchester is funded through a special assessment on downtown commercial properties.
New Hampshire Union Leader – This is the daily newspaper of Manchester, the largest city in the state of New Hampshire. Founded in 1863, it is our only statewide newspaper.
National Weather Service – current weather conditions at the Manchester airport.
The Telegraph – The Telegraph, frequently referred to as the Nashua Telegraph, is a daily newspaper in Nashua, New Hampshire. It was founded as the Nashua Daily Telegraph in 1869, although a weekly version dates back to 1832. As of 2005 it is the second-largest newspaper in the state, with a circulation of about 27,000 daily, and 34,000 on Sunday..
Nashua Pride – Managed by former Red Sox third baseman Butch Hobson, the Nashua Pride brought professional baseball back to New Hampshire in 1998. A member of the Canadian American League, the Pride serves the City of Nashua and the surrounding communities. The team plays in the historic Holman Stadium, built in 1937, formerly home to Brooklyn's Nashua Dodgers, the first racially integrated team in the United States, in the 1940s