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We asked people on Main Street about their Halloween memories

Since Halloween is right around the corner (not literally, of course, as...

Go Try It: Get Halloween crafty at The Place Studio

Don’t you just love Halloween? Witches, pumpkins, ghosts, you name it, and...

Roundup of live music, theater and movie listings in Concord

We have another jam-packed week of entertainment in the capital city ahead...

25th Making Strides walk brings in $524,528

Thanks to another great fundraising endeavor, the Concord walk to support...

Longtime friends want to show off their art

Dave Wiggins and Doug Prescott have been friends for a long time. They grew...

Rake your leaves to the curb before Oct. 30

The city of Concord’s annual fall leaf collection will begin on Monday,...

These three exhibits are worth going to see

As you’re probably well aware, Concord has art exhibits just about...

NEC Concord to host Tom Petty tribute night

It was a sad time in many respects a few weeks ago. The tragedy in Las Vegas...

Aviation Day is filled with flying family fun

Unless you own a plane or know someone who does, odds are you’ve never...

Ever wanted Matthew Mead’s work props?

Over the last 25 years, Matthew Mead has accumulated a lot of stuff. As a...

Your first car is always a fun topic to discuss

There are just some topics that immediately bring back fond memories. Your...

Concord is a happening place for exhibits

Concord is home to lots of great artists and art galleries. So each week, we...

Concord Young Professionals Network: Caitlin Connelly loves Shaker Road School

The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce’s Concord Young Professionals...

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Festival of Lights at Concord City Plaza Building Community in N.H....

This Week in Concord History

Oct. 17, 1908: Robert Abial “Red” Rolfe is born in Penacook. He will...

Book of the Week: ‘Living Hell’

Living Hell: The Dark Side of the Civil War Michael C. C. Adams 2014, 292...

Making Strides: All the info you need for Sunday’s festivities

Sunday, Oct. 15 Memorial Field 70 S. Fruit St. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. PARKING:...

Making Strides: The Concord walk has quite the history to it

It all began back in 1993. Twenty-five years ago, 29 people gathered to walk...

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