The night before Thanksgiving, a beloved member of our business community, Mamadou Dembele, was assaulted while out in the City of Portsmouth. Sadly, in a statement released last week by Mamadou “The words used by my attacker leave no doubt that this was a racist act." On Sunday, Dec. 3, community, spiritual, and business leaders rallied around him. You can read that account here. A gathering Dec. 3 at the Portsmouth African Burying Ground Memorial supported Mamadou Dembele. Show, from
Members of the PortsmouthNH 400 celebrate with their unique trophy marking their Lighting the Way Award at the Oct. 30 Collaboration Awards held by the Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth. (Photo by Will Zimmermann) High Honors: Businesses recognized for their outstanding work in 2023 by Chamber Collaborative PORTSMOUTH—Capped off by a special recognition of the Portsmouth NH 400 organization called the Lighting the Way Award, the Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth celebrated its
PORTSMOUTH—A moving company that started on a card table in an apartment in Dover has now expanded to the Eastern Seaboard. Mike Carlton, president of Calling All Cargo Moving & Storage has added two tractor-trailers to his fleet to help transport anything and everything from their Dover and Greenland facilities all the way to their brand-new branch in West Palm Beach, Fla. (a city that he now calls home.) Carlton is proud of his company, and also very proud of his military background as a U.S.
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