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Poem: Compassion

As we enter times unknown, social distance a common thought, people draw...

The Yogi: Napkins and 6 reasons to love soap and water

  ‘Napkins!” I grew up in a family of six. We had dinner together...

Book of the Week: Trace Elements

Trace Elements Author: Donna Leon (Mystery, 278 pages, 2020) Commissario...

This week in history

April 2, 2003: After nearly 14 months of searching, the Episcopal Diocese of...

Tackle solo pursuit of planting

Gardening is a great way to practice “social distancing” during the...

Poem: When Life Was Simple

The storyteller told stories, researched across the land, gathered much...

Book of the week: Ghosts abound

A House of Ghosts By W. C. Ryan (372 pages, mystery, 2019) It is the winter...

COVID-19 virus lasts longest on shiny, hard surfaces 

As the COVID-19 shutdown spreads, we know not to get close to other people....

What’s open near you: A resource list

We all know many places have closed. But others remain open for business. A...

This week in history

March 25, 2003: The House votes to require doctors to notify the parents of...

Meet Chamber’s student leaders (part 2)

The Chamber’s Capital Area Student Leadership program encourages students...

Explore maple sugaring

Maple Weekend and Month festivities might have been damped by social...

Celebrating Maple Weekend from home

The annual celebration of the state’s maple syrup industry, featuring...

City newsletter: Parking updates, building closures

The city manager’s office sent out the City Manager’s Newsletter last...

Sing it out like the rockin’ robin

The robin is the punk rock singer of the songbird world. In a world that...

Visit the library virtually

Libraries now offer a wide variety of digital services in addition to...

This week in history

March 18, 2002: At least a dozen top state officials earn retirement...

Meet the Capital Area Student Leaders (part 1)

The Chamber’s Capital Area Student Leadership program encourages students...

Book of the Week: Improve connections

The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts By Gary Chapman (203...

Embrace springtime gardening without back pain

Spring will soon be here, and if you are at all like me, you are more than...

Poem: The Politician

The politicians did gather, on our Main Street they did stand, regardless of...

Events canceled

In an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus, events involving large...

Entertainment: Second Bach lunch of the month Thursday

Live music Wednesday Freese Brothers Big Band at the Concord City Auditorium...

Head downtown for breakfast

For the breakfast issue, we popped in at one of downtown’s newest spots...

Breakfast options in the city

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and with so...

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