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Alex Sanguily and James Campbell were named the winners of Retro Night for their get-up, which was clearly a great decision by the judging panel. 0

October 21, 2014
Why we’re Making Strides

Why we’re Making Strides

Let these team leaders explain why they got involved in the annual walk 0

October 14, 2014

Making Strides

You know our stance on Concord at this point – we think it’s pretty awesome. But it’s not a bad idea to back up opinions like that with actual facts every now and then. And the 22nd annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk – which will kick off at Memorial Field on Oct. 19 –gives us the perfect opportunity. Why?… 0

October 14, 2014

We welcome your photos with open arms

It’s starting to look spooky out there, and not just because there’s a million leaves in your yard. So we want to see your favorite Halloween decorations! If you spot a cool scene around town, or have one in your own backyard, email some pictures to us at news@theconcordinsider.com. 0

October 14, 2014
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We’ll put some of the best ones in the newspaper. Like this one, which we took at the Towne residence at the corner of South Main Street and Broadway so 100 other people don’t have to. Now get out there and find the rest! 0

October 14, 2014
Leaving nothing to chance

We get schooled on fall foliage facts by forest master Dave Anderson

In the Sept. 30 issue of the Insider, we featured a fall-themed exhibit from the Mill Brook Gallery with a caption that described the process when “trees begin to shed their summer coat in anticipation of winter.”  Apparently that didn’t meet the science accuracy standards of Dave Anderson,… 0

October 14, 2014
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We’ve seen looks like this one from Dave Anderson of the Society For The Protection of N.H. Forests before, and it only means one thing: he didn’t believe that the dog ate our homework. 0

October 14, 2014
Belles of the ball

We found the hottest men’s footwear at Walk A Mile In Her Shoes

The first annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event to raise money and awareness for domestic and sexual violence drew a hearty crowd despite steady drizzle Wednesday afternoon. 0

October 7, 2014
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The first annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event to raise money and awareness for domestic and sexual violence drew a hearty crowd despite steady drizzle Wednesday afternoon. 0

October 7, 2014
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WalkAMile6-CI-100714

Red heels. 0

October 7, 2014