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Bykowski and Young Funeral Home Inc

Bykowski and Young Funeral Home Inc
285 Manchester Street
Manchester, NH 03103
Phone: (603) 624-4845
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Regional Digest: Rock Cats Win Fourth Straight - Hartford Courant

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Rock Cats, giving up no runs and two hits and getting his fifth save of the season. He struck out two and walked none. Hartfield Sixth In Trials Former Manchester track standout Mike Hartfield jumped 25 feet, 6 ¾ inches to finish sixth in the long jump at the U.S. Olympic trials in Eugene, Ore., Sunday. Marquise Goodwin, William Claye and George Kitchens Jr. earned the top three spots and the chance to represent the U.S. at the Olympics in London. Goodwin took first place with a jump of 27-4. Hartfield graduated from Manchester in 2008 and is currently a senior at Ohio State. American Legion Newington 3-8, Glastonbury 0-5: Sam Tinkham pitched a one-hit shutout with eight strikeouts in the first game, and Newington scored five unanswered runs in the fifth inning of the second game to sweep a doubleheader against Glastonbury at Legends Field in Newington on Sunday. Jeremy Weyman went 3-for-3 with an RBI in the first game; Isaiah Rivera, Mike Rivera and Kyke Bellizi each had two hits in the second game for Newington (10-2). Glastonbury is 0-6. West Hartford 6-11, Hartford 1-2: Matt Leach and Pat Kearney combined to pitch 13 innings, allowing just three runs, as West Hartford swept a doubleheader against Hartford at Kingswood Oxford and Hall High schools on Sunday. John DiNucci went 2-for-4 with an RBI triple in the first game; Nick Miceli and Zack Becker each went 3-for-4 with 3 RBI in the second game for West Hartford (8-2). Hartford is 2-5. —Staff reports and press releases ...

Former Liverpool FC star Ray Houghton says there is no crisis at Anfield as ... - ChesterChronicle.co.uk

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Premier League. First it was Arsenal, for whom obituaries were written in the wake of a sluggish start to the campaign. Arsene Wenger’s past glories were never likely to calm the vultures while Manchester United were busy smashing eight goals past his side. Then there was Blackburn, where supporter dissent towards manager Steve Kean reached new levels of vitriol throughout a surreal autumn, and Sunderland, whose poor form saw Steve Bruce sacked as manager before he could unwrap his Christmas presents. Chelsea had a go, too. Andre Villas-Boas had been built up so high, it was inevitable he would come crashing down once r...

2 goal-line technology systems for soccer OKd - San Francisco Chronicle

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Gareth McAuley's 82nd-minute goal and Arsenal's 2-1 comeback win (Robin van Persie scored his second goal in injury time) at Liverpool left Chelsea three points behind fourth place. ... League leader Manchester City tied a team record with its 19th straight home win, beating Bolton 2-0. -- With Lionel Messi serving a one-game suspension (yellow card accumulation), Seydou Keita scored a tie-breaking goal in the 79th minute, and 10-man Barcelona beat Sporting Gijon 3-1 to close within seven points of first-place Real Madrid. -- U.S. national team forward Jozy Altidore, who had a key assist on Clint Dempsey's goal in a 1-0 win over Italy on Wednesday, scored his 10th Dutch league goal in AZ Alkmaar's 3-1 win over Heracles. Elsewhere Stanford rolls over Fresno State Stanford starter Brett Mooneyham (3-0) tied his career high with 13 strikeouts, taking a no-hitter into the sixth and pitching seven shutout innings in a 16-0 win at Fresno State. Stephen Piscotty fell a homer short of the cycle, going 4-for-5, for the second-ranked Cardinal (9-1). -- Chadd Krist had three RBIs, and Danny Oh and Derek Campbell each had two as Cal be...

Monkees singer Davy Jones dead at 66

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Rhonda Irons of the Martin County Sheriff's Office. The sheriff's spokeswoman said there were no suspicious circumstances. Born in Manchester, England, Jones had stylishly long hair, boyish good looks and a British accent that endeared him to legions of screaming young fans after “The Monkees” premiered on CBS in 1966. Aspirations of Beatles-like fame were never fully achieved, however, as the TV show lasted just two years. But The Monkees made rock ‘n roll history as the band galvanized a wide American following with love-struck hits such as “Daydream Believer” and “I'm a Believer” that endure even today. Jones was born on Dec. 30, 1945, and became a child star in his native England who appeared on television and stage, including a heralded role as “The Artful Dodger” in the play “Oliver.” He earned a Tony nomination at 16 when he reprised that role in the... (Duluth News Tribune)

Dead & buried Arsenal come back to life to trounce Tottenham & halt their own ... - Goal.com

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Wenger’s 15-year-reign at Arsenal. Following titles, cups and the unforgettable 'Invincibles' season, it looked like his number could be up with a string of defeats against AC Milan, Sunderland, Manchester United, Swansea and Fulham since the turn of the year.  Certainly, the manager’s approach to the club has been questioned. Do Arsenal have a ‘Plan B’ when on the back foot? Why doesn’t Wenger spend more money? These questions are understandable, and in fact still remain as they look to rescue their season and press on next year. He has even faced questioning within his own team, as captain Robin van Persie demanded answers on the pitch when Andrey Arshavin replaced Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in their eventual defeat to Manchester United.  They will probably still finish below Tottenham this season, with the gap currently standing at seven point...

Beach Boys, Radiohead, Chili Peppers to play Bonnaroo - Greenville News

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Peppers, Phish and Bon Iver. The always eclectic four-day festival also will include Skrillex, Foster the People, The Avett Brothers, The Shins, The Roots and Alice Cooper on the 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee. Bonnaroo will be held June 7-10. The lineup has something of a ripped-from-the-headlines feel. Several acts had notable nights at the Grammy Awards. The reunited Beach Boys lineup of Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston and David Marks made their live debut at the awards, joined on stage by Foster the People. Bon Iv...

Morning Report: Duke Goes for Newt - Voice of San Diego

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Not bad, considering redevelopment lasted 66 years. • Rob Davis' recent profile of Doug Manchester, the famous hotelier and now owner of U-T San Diego, drew back the curtain and showed San Diegans a touching and quixotic side of Manchester. Davis now returns to the lore of Manchester with a round-up of other profiles that have been written over the years, some recent and some not. Read on for telling thoughts on Manchester, such as this one from 1984: "When Manchester signs a contract, he thinks that's just the start of negotiations." • Our next "Meeting of the Minds" art event is rapidly approaching! Make sure you get all the details and check out the speakers in Kelly Bennett's latest post (with video). • Finally, in August Keegan Kyle fact-checked a claim that by signing petitions, often pushed by signature gatherers outside local businesses, you risk having your identity stolen. He determined some claims were true,...

Cubs trade pitcher Carlos Zambrano to Marlins - San Francisco Chronicle

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
He apparently contracted the mosquito-borne disease while vacationing at a northeastern beach town. -- Liverpool's Luis Suarez issued a partial apology for the first time for racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra in an English Premier League game. The Uruguayan forward was banned for eight matches and fined 40,000 pounds ($62,000) for calling Evra "Negro" or "Negros" seven times in October during a 1-1 tie at Anfield. Suarez said he was sorry if he offended anyone. -- Tim Howard became the fourth goalkeeper to score in the English Premier League when the American put in a wind-blown clearance from about 100 yards during Everton's 2-1 loss to Bolton. Olympics: Organizers of the this summer's London Games said they oversold 10,000 tickets for synchronized swimming. Customers can exchange oversold tickets, and organizers say about 200 will have a shot at tickets for the coveted men's 100-meter final in track. Motor sports: Richard Petty Motorsports hired Aric Almirola to drive No. 43 in NASCAR's elite Sprint Cup Series, and Cole Whitt will replace him at JR Motorsports in the Nationwide Series. Obituaries: Former Notre Dame hockey coach Charles "Lefty" Smith, who started the school's program in 1968, has died at 81. ... Mitch Shirota, a Hawaiian-born trainer and jockey at Churchill Downs and elsewhere, died at 78 after a long illness. This article appeared on page B - 8 of the San Francisco Chronicle ...

Schools objecting to NCAA reform measures - San Francisco Chronicle

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Susan Slusser Soccer: Tottenham beat Norwich 2-0 to tighten its grip on third place in the Premier League, establishing itself as the likeliest challenger to the two Manchester clubs. Also in England, fifth-place Arsenal drew 1-1 at home with Wolverhampton, and the Queens Park Rangers salvaged a point from a 1-1 draw at Swansea. -- Soccer's governing body will not appeal a ruling by a Swiss court, clearing the way for the release of a document identifying soccer officials who took millions of dollars in kickbacks from World Cup broadcast deals. Tennis: Defending champion Spain has hired former French Open finalist Alex Corretja as its Davis Cup captain. Obituaries: Houston Antwine, one of the Patriots' top defensive players in their early years, and his wife, Evelyn, have died, the team announced. Antwine, 72, died Monday in Memphis, Tenn., of heart failure, and his wife died Tuesday of lung cancer. Sailing: Supermaxis Wild Oats XI and Investec Loyal were locked in a tight tactical struggle in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race after trading the lead on the way toward Tasmania. This article appeared on page B - 8 of the San Francisco Chronicle ...

Schools objecting to NCAA reform measures - San Francisco Chronicle

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Susan Slusser Soccer: Tottenham beat Norwich 2-0 to tighten its grip on third place in the Premier League, establishing itself as the likeliest challenger to the two Manchester clubs. Also in England, fifth-place Arsenal drew 1-1 at home with Wolverhampton, and the Queens Park Rangers salvaged a point from a 1-1 draw at Swansea. -- Soccer's governing body will not appeal a ruling by a Swiss court, clearing the way for the release of a document identifying soccer officials who took millions of dollars in kickbacks from World Cup broadcast deals. Tennis: Defending champion Spain has hired former French Open finalist Alex Corretja as its Davis Cup captain. Obituaries: Houston Antwine, one of the Patriots' top defensive players in their early years, and his wife, Evelyn, have died, the team announced. Antwine, 72, died Monday in Memphis, Tenn., of heart failure, and his wife died Tuesday of lung cancer. Sailing: Supermaxis Wild Oats XI and Investec Loyal were locked in a tight tactical struggle in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race after trading the lead on the way toward Tasmania. This article appeared on page B - 8 of the San Francisco Chronicle ...




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