The 2012 Hunkettes issue

Dec 11, 2012
12:12 PM

Concord's hottest hunkettes

It's our annual roundup of the hottest hunkettes in all of Concord!

Dec 11, 2012
10:39 AM

Deck the halls with dodecahedrons

Giving birth to your first child tends to dominate your thoughts in the moments immediately after the delivery, so Heather Philbrook can be excused for not thinking 12 years into the future.Thankfully, she had a nurse for that.It was a nurse who first informed Philbrook that her son, Joshua Raymond, would turn 12 on Dec. 12, 2012. And Philbrook is the first to admit that her child turning…

Dec 11, 2012
11:22 AM
a smile and a wave

Sewalls Falls Bridge, also known as the ‘No Road Rage’ zone

 Sewalls Falls Bridge is a rusty, dinged-up, beat-up old bridge spanning the almost-mighty Merrimack River. It’s within eyesight of the Concord Monitor and Insider offices, and a route probably used by many Monitor employees to cross the river.But beneath that battered exterior which has often been slated for repairs or  to be replaced, there is something special about…

Dec 11, 2012
11:35 AM

Local authors band together in writers group

 The Concord Writers Group certainly could have picked a meeting room with lower implied expectations. But for more than 26 years, members have gathered twice a month in the Concord Public Library’s Shakespeare Room.No pressure, right?In fact, a pressure-free environment is precisely what the group strives for – and, according to its members, achieves. Though attendance…

Dec 11, 2012
11:15 AM

This week in Concord history

 Dec. 11, 1979: Public Service Co. of New Hampshire will be insolvent by mid-January unless it gets an emergency 5.5 percent rate increase, its chief counsel, Martin Gross, tells the state Public Utilities Commission. The company, Gross says, has severe cash problems both long and short term. Dec. 11, 1999: Two Catholic priests whose recent marriages disqualify them from clerical service in the Roman Catholic Church become Episcopal priests in a liturgy at St. Paul’s Church in Concord. The service marks one of the first such clerical conversions in the state’s religious history. Dec.…


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