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- PHOTO: Adopting a dog at the Pope Memorial SPCA
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ConMonitorSport: Field hockey final: Concord 5, Nashua South 0
ConMonitorSport: Steph Resnick makes it 5-0 Concord with 5 minutes to play
ConMonitorSport: Brett Stoddard scores with 8 minutes to play. Concord field hockey leads Nashua South, 4-0
ConMonitorSport: Sarah Ek scores her second goal of the game 3:19 into the second half. Concord field hockey leads South, 3-0
ConMonitorSport: Sarah Ek doubles Concord's lead midway thru the 1st half, 2-0 over South
ConMonitorSport: Julia Ek goal less than 2 minutes into the game gives Concord field hockey a 1-0 lead over Nashua South
ConMonitorSport: Will be tweeting from the Concord-Nashua South field hockey game. Follow along
NHDOTI89: ROADWORK COMPLETE: In Bow, on I-89 Southbound, after Exit 1.
Bow's Tyler Cole hits out of the edge on the seventh hole in the Falcons' match at Canterbury Woods on Thursday. Bow finished first with a score of 160, 10 strokes ahead of runner-up Kearsarge. Cole shot a 43, tied for third for Bow.
Nikki Rivers of Penacook took her late lunch hour to look at some of the dogs at the Pope Memorial SPCA on Thursday and found "Smitty," a beagle mix. Rivers saw him online but it was love at first sight when she and co-worker came and checked him out in person. Rivers was just waiting outside while her application papers were being processed. "Smitty" wanted to go home. The SPCA is celebrating "Less Adoptable" Pet Week through the 23rd. Check http://www.popememorialspca.org for details. (GEOFF FORESTER/Monitor staff Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »
A group of about 100 participants walked down North Main Street for the inaugural Mayor's Walk yesterday morning. Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »
Gerard Desilets of Ashland struts his line dancing moves at the Laconia Senior Center Tuesday. (GEOFF FORESTER/Monitor staff Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »
Skydive New England (SUSAN DOUCET/ Monitor staff)
Mazambi Binita of the Congo talks with a group of friends at the Concord Multicultural Festival on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014. Binita, who was in a refugee camp in Tanzania for 14 years before moving to the United States two years ago, made traditional Congalese food for the festival that included rice and beans, cabbage, beef, chicken and casava. (JULIE BYRD-JENKINS / Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »