Shakespeare reading at library on Monday
Jan17

Shakespeare reading at library on Monday

Want to brush up on your Shakespeare?  Please join The Stratford Club members as we begin reading Coriolanus on Monday. We will meet from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the Shakespeare Room, located  on the second floor of the Concord Public Library.  Reading of this play will continue Jan. 30, Feb. 13 and 27, and March 13. A Midsummer Night’s Dream will then be read at biweekly meetings beginning March 22 and ending May 8. For more...

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Senior video pays tribute to  Gene Connolly
Jun14

Senior video pays tribute to Gene Connolly

Since Nick Skafidas was a freshman, he wanted to be in charge of creating the Concord High senior video. He just had to wait his turn. But it finally came this year, when Skafidas took on the project that has been a longstanding tradition at the high school. But this wasn’t just any senior video that typically features a slide show of pictures set to music. This also just so happened to be the final year for retiring principal Gene...

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And the winners are . . .
Jun14

And the winners are . . .

The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce celebrated the recipients of the chamber’s 2016 Pinnacle Awards on June 2. The chamber’s Pinnacle Awards recognize businesses and individuals who have demonstrated professional excellence and commitment to the chamber and the community. And here are the winners: Russell Animal Hospital, PA, Small Business of the Year; Cobb Hill Construction, Inc., Business of the Year; Claudia B. Walker...

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Try BurgerFest at The Barley House
Jun14

Try BurgerFest at The Barley House

It’s no secret that we like food around here. Okay, we love food around here. And despite our enjoyable vegan meal not that long ago, we sure do enjoy meat with our meals – especially if its between two buns with bacon, cheese, veggies and whatever else you can think of. Yes, we’re talking about burgers and if you’re affinity for those kinds of tasty creations matches ours, then you’re going to love this. The Barley House is holding...

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Discovery Center to run summer hours
Jun14

Discovery Center to run summer hours

The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven days a week, starting Friday through Labor Day. Visitors this summer will be able to enjoy the Discovery Center’s new exhibit Eat Well, Play Well, permanent exhibits, daily planetarium shows every hour on the hour, solar viewing in the center’s observatory, breakfast and lunch specials in the Countdown Cafe and aviation- and space-related toys, books,...

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