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League exhibit showcases a bit of everything

The League of New Hampshire Craftsmen is presenting the Art, Craft &...

Parks and Rec hosts movie, concerts

Concord Parks and Recreation, in partnership with Red River Theatres, will...

Bank of N.H. Stage looks to turn on the lights

In order for the Bank of N.H. Stage to reopen indoor concerts safely, it has...

Good food, music and cause

The Concord Coalition to End Homelessness will be holding a Bluegrass...

Looking back: The Wedding Tree

Sometimes I think back to my earliest memories as a young child. The sun is...

Book: Fascinating look at England

The Wild Places By Robert Macfarlane (340 pages, nature/travel,...

This week in history

Aug. 6, 1728: A grant creates the Plantation of Suncook (an Indian term...

City newsletter: First training available to the public

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

Market Month is here

The annual Market Days festival as we all know it has been canceled for this...

Book of the Week: An interesting cast of characters

An Irish Country Doctor By Patrick Taylor (352 pages, fiction, 2007) Barry...

Retelling a fairy tale

Sleeper and the Spindle By Nail Gaiman (68 pages, fiction, 2013)   From...

Chamber golf tournament ends on Aug. 5

Each year, the Funds for Education Golf Tournament raises funds to directly...

Multicultural Fest nixed, alternatives planned

After much discussion and deliberation, the Concord Multicultural Festival...

Be safe and smart with water

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

Making Good Health Simple: Deadbug

While gyms are  open at lower occupancy numbers and at least some social...

Kindness Challenge: Putting others first, no matter the risk

In life, it’s not the ideas you have, or your intentions, or even the...

This week in Concord history

July 30, 1975: After nearly 100 hours of debate over 30 days and 35...

YA fantasy is riveting

Crown Duel By Sherwood Smith (214 pages and on Libby, young adult fantasy,...

Looking back: Concord’s street sprinkler

For many years the city of Concord hosted the Concord State Fair on Clinton...

Get swept up by fantasy and folklore

Dealing with Dragons By Patricia Werede (224 pages, junior fiction,...

Vampires: A Field Guide to the Creatures that Stalk the Night

Vampires: A Field Guide to the Creatures that Stalk the Night By Bob...

This week in Concord history

July 23, 1964: New Hampshire Attorney General William Maynard writes to the...

Poem: Just a Depot

Just a depot to some, the loss of history felt for years,   our...

Book of the week: Teen mediates with ghosts

Shadowland By Meg Chabot (304 pages, young adult fiction, 2004)   Do...

City Newsletter: Protect yourself from mosquito-borne illness

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

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