The Insider redesigns Main Street

Dec 04, 2012
11:22 AM

The Insider redesigns Main Street

Check out our redesign here:

Dec 04, 2012
12:16 PM
making their mark

Concord Public Library teams with local artist for bookmark series

 The Concord Public Library Foundation is doing its best to make reading a more colorful adventure in the city.The foundation has teamed with artist Melissa Miller – a Concord resident herself – and the Capital Offset printing company to produce bookmarks that will feature snippets of Miller’s paintings themed to the changing seasons. The first of the bookmarks will be available to the public…

Dec 04, 2012
12:11 PM

Martial arts master reaches milestone

 The resume of Matt Brown’s martial arts mentor reads something like a modern-day tough-guy manual.George Dillman has worked closely with Bruce Lee, hung with Chuck Norris, owned two cougars, wrestled a bear and currently owns Muhammad Ali’s training facility in Pennsylvania.He can also knock you out by simply tapping the underside of your jaw. Sound like a gimmick? Brown thought so, too, until…

Dec 04, 2012
11:54 AM
McGowan Fine Art

Assessing the situation

McGowan Fine Art held a free Appraisal and Assessment Day on Friday, with Martha Richardson venturing up from Boston to offer free appraisals of art pieces. Dozens of people came from near and far to have items assessed.

Dec 04, 2012
11:46 AM

The latest offerings at the Mill Brook Gallery

The Mill Brook Gallery is located at 236 Hopkinton Road. For more information, visit or call 226-2046.

Dec 04, 2012
12:13 PM
Retro police log

Chicken thieves and a bunch of drunks

 Here’s another installation of our popular Retro Police Log series, in which we highlight some of the interesting entries from old Concord Police Department logbooks. Enjoy! Jan. 7, 1940: Call to Thirty Pines for a suspicious car. Just a fellow and a girl. All O.K. Jan. 18, 1940: Called to watch for a Schonland truck from Manchester. The driver is drunk. Feb. 26, 1940: State Police called to stop a car that was all over the road. Stopped. He was not drunk enough to hold. Mar. 3, 1940: Complaint that there was some blood in the street in front of Mrs. H. Sleeper’s…


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