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Book of the Week: Vivid depictions of subterranean

Underland By Robert Macfarlane (Non-fiction, 496 pages,...

City newsletter: Apply for state relief fund

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

Book of the Week: A riotous romp through space

Gideon the Ninth  (Locked Tomb Trilogy Book 1) By Tamsyn...

Making Good Health Simple: The plank

With gyms closed and at least some social distancing precautions expected to...

Kindness Challenge: Teachers go above and beyond

There are so many people going above and beyond for others right now that...

This week in Concord history

May 27, 2003: Daniel Littlefield of Meredith goes to trial in Belknap County...

Poem: Life from our Past

It is that fleeting glimpse, of life from our past, we so deeply...

Looking back: A trip down North Main

Please take a trip back in time with me to North Main Street. This is a...

Theme days

It seems as though we’re headed to a socially distant summer, and while...

Parade for parents

Mother’s Day at Presidential Oaks usually means lots of happenings:...

Look back: Remembering the ‘unknown’ soldiers

As I walk the Blossom Hill Cemetery this brisk day, I stop to reflect on...

Poem: Once a family

Where there was once a family, there is none,   at this simple family...

This week in Concord History

May 20, 1927: Filing his nationally syndicated column from Concord, humorist...

Book of the Week: A YA must read

Alanna; The First Adventure By Tamora Pierce (Young adult fantasy, 288...

City newsletter: Golf returns, survey for businesses

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

Author event: Before and after society falters

Two New Hampshire authors visit Gibson’s Bookstore virtually to discuss...

It’s time to get scoopin’

It’s finally getting to that time of year when more days are warm than...

Children’s book: A bit o’ fun from DePaola

Jamie O’Rourke and the Big Potato Written and illustrated by Tomie...

Book review: Get swept away by great storytelling

The Name of the Wind By Patrick Rothfuss (Fantasty, 722 pages,...

Book review: A WWII tale

The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir By Jennifer Ryan (Fiction, 371 pages,...

This week in Concord history

May 13, 2003: In a bold move, the Senate Judiciary Committee strips the...

Book of the Week: A modern fable

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse By Charlie Mackesy (Fable, 128...

Volunteers shop for seniors, load on bus

For Concord Senior Transit and Rural Transportation Services going with the...

Entertainment

The Screen Red River Theatres is working with Magnolia Pictures so filmgoers...

Neighborhood scavenger hunt

Staying at home and social distancing is a good time to look for those...

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