🌱 Big plans for the former ‘Blakes’ + fraud exposed + 71 new citizens

welcome all. It’s me, Paula Constance, your host in the Manchester Daily. Let’s get this day started right, with a quick guide to everything you need to know today.


First, today’s weather:

Rain this afternoon. High: 82 Low: 67.


Here are the top stories in Manchester today:

  1. A New Hampshire man and a business partner from Irvine, California, are facing federal charges for fraudulently obtaining $5 million in cash. The indictment accuses Joshua Levitt, 40, of misusing $2 million in payroll protection loans and $3 million in a Small Business Administration program through more than six companies they own and operate. You can read more about this story here: (Subscribe / The Union Leader)
  2. Painters removed “old floral wallpaper” in Blake’s former restaurant in Manchester’s North End where Alexandra Horton was “dreaming of what the place would look like for her second café”. Horton said she was sad to see Blakes soon after 40 years of serving comfort food and ice cream. “I brought my friends here for ice cream,” Horton recalls. It has tender plans to reopen the restaurant as the second location for Café La Reine in Manchester. (Subscribe / The Union Leader)
  3. On the Fourth of July, 71 people were sworn in as new American citizens during a ceremony in Portsmouth, New Hampshire! It was the first time since the pandemic began that a US federal court in New Hampshire held a citizenship ceremony. The party was held at Strawberry Bank in Portsmouth on Monday 4 July. You can read more about this story here: (WMUR)

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