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I haven't seen Comet Neowise yet because the clouds have always been in the wrong place (I don't have great horizon views from my home... [Read More]
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You've read about the spirituality and sexuality of birds and mollusks in H Is for Hawk and The Soul of an Octopus. Now, get ready... [Read More]
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Change comes when we come together. On Thursday at 6:30 p.m., Change For Concord will be hosting "Soccer and Change," a multifaceted event emphasizing voter registration, elected... [Read More]
A Concord man convicted years ago of physically assaulting his infant son, who later died, has now been charged with second-degree murder, accused of shaking... [Read More]
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It used to be common – or at least not rare – for communities to uproot entire buildings and move them blocks or even miles... [Read More]
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Last month, I was laid off from my part-time job as membership coordinator at Red River Theatres, a job I've loved for more than 11... [Read More]
I was shocked to read that Riverbend Community Mental Health and Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association were among major recipients of Payroll Protection Program loans,... [Read More]
Two points in regard to Van Mosher's letter of July 8. First, criticizing Joe Biden's cognition seems fairly absurd when our president thought Finland belonged... [Read More]
As a mother of a child with type 1 diabetes, I am grateful for the leadership of Sen. Dan Feltes on House Bill 1280, a... [Read More]
How far we have fallen when the "headline" is "Trump to wear mask when visiting Walter Reed hospital tomorrow." Holy smokes. This reality-show president continues... [Read More]
America's current fad of doing acts of kindness doesn't convince me that we are a good nation. Many people are still just fine with shredding... [Read More]
I read in the Concord Monitor that a sign outside the Unitarian Universalist Church in Concord has been defaced for the second time. Someone wrote... [Read More]
Craig Thompson, a candidate for Executive Council in District 2, is a man of integrity and someone I had the distinct honor to serve with... [Read More]
As a national conversation erupts over how our country honors historic figures, the Hannah Duston Memorial in Boscawen will remain standing – albeit with a... [Read More]
Central to New Hampshire's long-awaited guidance for schools to reopen in the fall is flexibility. Few of the guidelines will be mandates, but instead, districts... [Read More]
New Hampshire released its set of reopening guidelines for school districts this week, providing some preliminary answers to long-sought questions from parents and staff. But... [Read More]
By Targeted News Service The following patents were assigned in New Hampshire from July 5 to July 12. *** Trustees of Dartmouth College Assigned Patent... [Read More]
Thank you, coronavirus, for creating the perfect tribute to Bill Luti, Concord's late godfather of cross country and track.We need to grab any good news... [Read More]
Protests over George Floyd's killing at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis amplified efforts to discuss racism in the classroom. However, the journey... [Read More]
Hunters killed 77 wild turkeys in Concord during the spring turkey hunting season, part of 5,719 birds taken in the state, a 12% increase over... [Read More]
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