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The Co-op has pub grub and craft beer to whet your movie appetite

We all know movies are better with a tasty adult beverage and some food that tastes so good it has to be bad for you. It’s certainly preferable to spending $46 on a fountain soda and a box of Junior Mints. Because make no mistake, this ain’t no concession stand – this is the beer tasting at the Co-op on Nov.… 0

November 4, 2014

Smile, SNOB is back in town

The SNOB Film Festival and the Insider have become a little like peanut butter and jelly – or maybe we should say, like craft beer and awesome flicks. We just work well together. So with the SNOB Festival back for its 13th go-round, we figured we’d hook you up with our annual preview issue with everything… 0

November 4, 2014
America runs on free stuff

Eastern Bank welcomes itself to town by buying everyone breakfast

Eastern Bank purchased Centrix Bank last week, crossing the border from Massachusetts to New Hampshire, and welcomed itself by surprising customers and buying everyone breakfast for a few hours at Dunkin’ Donuts locations throughout the state Tuesday, including two in Concord. 0

November 4, 2014
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Eastern Bank purchased Centrix Bank last week, crossing the border from Massachusetts to New Hampshire, and welcomed itself by surprising customers and buying everyone breakfast for a few hours at Dunkin’ Donuts locations throughout the state Tuesday, including two in Concord. 0

November 4, 2014
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Amanda Thompson of Eastern Bank grabs a free stuff selfie with Alec Tellifson, John Amoli, Andrew Schwartz, Alex Desruisseaux and Jordan Mylod. 0

November 4, 2014
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Alicia Thomas left with quite a haul! 0

November 4, 2014
Check that out

CHS makes the ALS Association Connolly tougher and $20K stronger

You know Concord High School students enjoyed themselves Tuesday morning, because they got out of class and got to stand outside for 20 minutes. But they also got to celebrate the official fruits of their labor in raising money for the ALS Association – $20,000 worth of fruits (imagine if they’d donated it in apples… 0

November 4, 2014
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Show of hands – who thinks it’s super cool that Concord High School donated $20,000 to The ALS Association in support of CHS principal Gene Connolly last Tuesday morning? Susan Farrelly, Rebecca Malloy, Amy Coyne (from the ALS Foundation), Connolly, Lisa Lamb, Sara Pratt and Linda Moulton do! 0

November 4, 2014
Say Cheese

We hit Instagram to let NHTI students give us a look at campus life

We figured there was no better way to get a glimpse of life at NHTI than through the students’ eyes, and since it’s not yet scientifically feasible to look directly through them, we hit up Instagram to find the best shots of campus happenings. 0

October 28, 2014
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We figured there was no better way to get a glimpse of life at NHTI than through the students’ eyes, and since it’s not yet scientifically feasible to look directly through them, we hit up Instagram to find the best shots of campus happenings. 0

October 28, 2014