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Connecting LOCAL people, places and things with NEWS from our own backyard! News you're not likely to get elsewhere! Broadcast on WLMW 90.7 FM New Hampshire Family Radio, our mission is simple: To connect local people, places and things. “News from our own backyard” is our motto.
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These segments currently include, but won’t be limited to: 1. Education Issue or Educator/School Profile of the week. 2. Spotlight on Local Sports. 3. Community Focus, sponsored by Bellwether Community Credit Union. 4. The Movers & Shakers in Local Business, sponsored by St. Mary’s Bank. 5. The History Lady Aurore Eaton, Executive Director of the Manchester Historic Association, sponsored by Public Service Company of NH 6. Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas. 7. Congressmen Frank Guinta and Charlie Bass. 8. Public Safety Issue of the Week with Dr. Jeffrey Czarnec, retired MPD. 9. Date Night Done Right with Sarah Matta, sponsored by Jacques Flower Shop. 10. HIGH PWWESSHA WEATHA with Al Kaprielian, sponsored by Motorcycles of Manchester. 11. If only they’d known…Information Security and Management Mishaps with Dan Fawcett, sponsored by Morgan Records Management. 12. Sean Devine the Energy Guy, sponsored by Resident Power. 13. Make your Marketing Matter with Stephanie McLaughlin sponsored by Savoire Faire Marketing Communications. 14. All About Autos with Ron Poirier, sponsored by Bob & Sons Automotive. Note Well: Segments may be added or eliminated at any time based on audience input and potential sponsor suggestions, among other factors. Fun items sprinkled throughout the show include “The Pothole Patrol,” “Weird News,” “Tweak of the Week,” and “Quote of the Day,” among others. Our show and Web site also features music from local artists. We take listener phone calls at 603-672-0573 and conduct web audience polls. Best of all, we encourage and accept nominations from our audience about the people, places and things they believe should be featured on the show. By the way, we know we don’t exist in a vacuum, so we don’t ignore state and national news or news makers. However, we make sure to examine how what happens in Concord and Washington, D.C. impacts we locals and we make certain those “higher ups” know just how we locals feel about it. Most of all, we want what we do to be usable and relevant to you. Our guests are there to share their knowledge to help you. Oh, and if you have an idea for a segment, or you think that one we’ve got just isn’t what you want to hear about, just let us know. Thanks for giving us your attention! We hope you enjoy what we do here and share us with your friends!
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Formerly broadcast on WLMW 90.7 FM New Hampshire Family Radio, our mission remains simple: To connect local people, places and things. “News from our own backyard” is our motto. Led by Manchester native Richard H. Girard, a widely recognized and respected local public figure, Girard at-Large is a unique program that not only discovers and uncovers what’s happening within the Greater Manchester area, but also gives its audience the opportunity to share what it knows. What could be a better source for “news from our own backyard” than from the people who live in it? Once, Manchester was home to several truly local and community-oriented news organizations. Now, the available news outlets have shed their local focus in favor a New Hampshire and or national one. Coverage of Manchester area people, places and things has been left by the wayside. We believe that our unique approach to covering and involving local people, places and things, coupled with our primary focus on local news and events from our own backyard, provides a truly desirable, fun, interesting and effective community media outlet. The city of Manchester – the hub of our region and state - is our primary concern, as it has lost the most locally focused media in the metropolitan area. In addition to Manchester, we cover people, places and things in the towns of Bedford, Goffstown, Hooksett, Auburn, Londonderry, Litchfield, Merrimack, Amherst, Milford, Mont Vernorn, New Boston, Weare, Dunbarton, Bow, Pembroke, Allenstown, Candia, Raymond, Chester and Derry. The total population of our target area is nearly 400,000 people as our radio signal covers virtually all of Hillsborough County, eastern Rockingham County and southern Merrimack County, New Hampshire’s most populous and wealthy counties, and includes the cities of Manchester, Nashua and Concord, NH’s three largest, as well as many of its most populous and prosperous towns. To attract and retain an audience interested in local information, the show features LOCAL news, traffic, weather and sports. In addition, the show offers several segments designed to introduce the audience to the people, places, and things that are right in their own backyard.