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Aug 26, 2014
4:24 PM
How things have changed

Looking at the Granite State from really old (and newer) lenses

A photograph exhibit, entitled “New Hampshire Then & Now,” is currently on display at the N.H. Historical Society’s Park Street location. Using old prints by a variety of photographers and more recent snapshots by Peter Randall, the collection shows just how much the Granite State has changed over the years.

Aug 26, 2014
11:42 AM

We’re volunteering at the Granite United Way Day of Caring – are you?

Granite United Way will host its annual Day of Caring events this September, with several in Greater Concord, and guess what? The Insider will be out there pitching in with the rest of the volunteers this year. That’s right, we’re jumping in to get behind the annual effort, which will be Sept. 10 in Concord and Merrimack Valley. Granite United Way works with community…

Aug 26, 2014
11:22 AM
The buddy system

Local high school students meet new Best Buddies on trip to Indiana

Eighteen delegates, including 13 high school and college students from New Hampshire attended the Best Buddies International Leadership Conference this month at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. And guess what? Concord-area schools were well represented, with Hannah Bourdeau of Concord High School, Cheyenne Boucher of Pembroke Academy and Tucker Johnson of Bow High School making…

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