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We hit up Market Days, and found these people having tons of fun

Market Days was its usual tremendous self again this year, and we were there to prove it happened. 0

June 30, 2015
We hit up Market Days, and found these people having tons of fun

We hit up Market Days, and found these people having tons of fun

Market Days was its usual tremendous self again this year, and we were there to prove it happened. 0

June 30, 2015
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Occasional Piracy, a band made up of students at Parker Academy, performs in Bicentennial Square. Band members include guitarist and lead singer Talia Grodman, bassist Jack Kretovic, guitarist and pianist Tyler Lawrence, guitarist Logan Guilbert-Neal, drummer and vocalist Hunter Bolduc, and ukulele player and vocalist… 0

June 30, 2015
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Jadyanna (left) and Katelyn Rodgers help Miles Smith Farm owner Carole Soule feed Tazzy the pig on Saturday. 0

June 30, 2015
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How’d that not go in?! Four-year-old Francis Moses just missed the tap-in Saturday afternoon but still converted his par. 0

June 30, 2015
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Hiya! Michael Roche tests his hand at a little karate at Steve DeMasco’s Shaolin Studios tent. Is he doing karate while eating a lollipop? Mad props. 0

June 30, 2015
Reaching new heights and other heights-based puns

Help Heights residents celebrate past and present at Old Home Day

In 2013, a group of former Dame School classmates from 1960-1968 decided it was long overdue to host a reunion of sorts for neighbors and friends that grew up on the Concord Heights. A decade when on any given day there would be a neighborhood pick-up basketball or baseball game, the pool was filled to its limits,… 0

June 30, 2015
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Payson Center gets major gift for LINAC machine

The Telemachus and Irene Demoulas Family Foundation has presented Concord Hospital Trust with a major gift that will help bring the next generation of radiation technology to Payson Center for Cancer Care in 2016. The donation is part of a campaign to raise $2 million to purchase a new linear accelerator (or LINAC) machine that will improve cancer treatment and save lives by precisely… 0

June 30, 2015
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Concord Picks to help share recommendations

Concord Public Library has started a fun, new way for people to share recommendations at the library. There’s now a “Concord Picks” cart near the new books. When people return something they really enjoyed, they can recommend it to other library users. It’s as simple as putting a “Concord Picks” card in the item before dropping it into the book return, with or without… 0

June 30, 2015
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‘Summer Fun’ is next show at McGowan

McGowan Fine Art announces the opening of “Summer Fun,” a group show featuring works that reflect imagery of summertime. This show brings together a selection of artists that McGowan Fine Art represents, with a diverse selection of works that include swimmers, boats and beaches. The show will run in the gallery from July 6 to Aug. 8. Summertime works by familiar favorites will… 0

June 30, 2015