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(SUSAN DOUCET/ Monitor staff)

    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)

    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 »

  • NHARNG 197th Field Artillery Brigade personnel Pelletier, Michael J LTC USARMY
giving out school backpacks, with school and road building projects and the
like in OIF2 in southern Iraq.

(PHOTO COURTESY OF Pelletier, Michael J LTC USARMY)

    NHARNG 197th Field Artillery Brigade personnel Pelletier, Michael J LTC USARMY giving out school backpacks, with school and road building projects and the like in OIF2 in southern Iraq. (PHOTO COURTESY OF Pelletier, Michael J LTC USARMY)

  • Dan Feltes delivered a victory speech at True Brew in Bicentennial Square at about 8:30 last night, where friends, family and supporters were gathered.

(SUSAN DOUCET/ Monitor staff)

    Dan Feltes delivered a victory speech at True Brew in Bicentennial Square at about 8:30 last night, where friends, family and supporters were gathered. (SUSAN DOUCET/ Monitor staff) Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

  • Scott Brown and his wife Gail after his acceptance speech after winning the primary to face Senator Jeanne Shaheen in Novermber.
(GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff

    Scott Brown and his wife Gail after his acceptance speech after winning the primary to face Senator Jeanne Shaheen in Novermber. (GEOFF FORESTER/ Monitor staff Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra »

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