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A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Monday, April 21, 2014

Tilton result The Tilton JV boys’ lacrosse team fell to Dublin School, 8-6. Deano Asprogiannis scored three goals to lead the Rams, while Thomas Cavanaugh added two and AJ Rattee also scored. David Guyotte made 16 saves for Tilton. Camp/Clinics/Lessons Granite State Racing Team/Concord’s Running Club is a club of runners of high school age and older of all abilities. … 0

Official: Concord has a track record as a ‘developer of last resort’

Monday, April 21, 2014

If the city council decides to buy the New Hampshire Employment Security site on South Main Street, it won’t be the first time Concord writes a big check to protect future development. It’s just not usually the first choice. “The city might be a developer of last resort,” said Carlos Baia, deputy city … 0

Ultralight plane crashes at Concord airport

Monday, April 21, 2014

A pilot suffered minor injuries when he crashed an ultralight plane on the runway at Concord Municipal Airport yesterday. The Concord Fire Department responded to the crash at the public-use airport about noon, Battalion Chief Rick Whitney said. “The pilot of the ultralight aircraft was making an approach when he was impacted by … 0

Photos: Easter sunrise service

Monday, April 21, 2014

Bow Mills United Methodist Church held a Easter sunrise service at Dimond Hill Farm in Concord on Sunday, April 20, 2014. The church has been going to Dimond Hill for the past nine years after starting the service … 0

Business notes

Sunday, April 20, 2014

RE/MAX BAYSIDE’S Commercial Division was involved in the sale of Waukewan Golf Course in Center Harbor. The property was listed by Anthony Avrutine and Mike LaPierre of RE/MAX Bayside’s Commercial Division and sold by Tom Drouin of the Roche Realty Group. GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND announces … 0

Business people

Sunday, April 20, 2014

TONY GIUNTA has joined Nobis Engineering in Concord to help grow existing environmental engineering markets and expand into the energy and sustainability sectors. Giunta was the founder and president of the American Energy Independence Co. and served 15 … 0

Home Builders Institute to offer training program

Sunday, April 20, 2014

The New Hampshire Home Builders Association announces that the Home Builders Institute, a national leader for career training in the building industry, was recently approved by New Hampshire to begin offering its Pre-apprentice Certificate Training program in the state. The training provides students with the skills and experience … 0

Runner’s Alley to open new location on Main Street in Concord

Sunday, April 20, 2014

The back wall at Runner’s Alley in Manchester is lined with shoes of different styles and colors, from a neon Nike to a New Balance with a spongy sole, a brightly colored Brooks to a sleek and lightweight … 0

Yellow Submarine sub shop closes Loudon Road store, looks for new location on Heights

Sunday, April 20, 2014

The Yellow Submarine location at 374 Loudon Rd. has closed. David Luoma, who has owned Yellow Submarine for 21 years, said he wasn’t able to negotiate a new lease at the former Loudon Road location. The sandwich shop at 192 N. State St. is open, however, and Luoma … 0

Letter: Flawed sex offender registry

Sunday, April 20, 2014

I want to call attention to a problem that exists for specific felons when they are placed back into our cities and towns, namely sexual offenders. They are required to register where they live two or four times per year depending upon the level of offense. But did … 0

Letter: Double inspirations

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Deepest thanks to the authors of two inspiring columns filling the Forum’s front page this past Wednesday. Sindiso Mnisi Weeks’s “Lessons from South Africa” drove home how reconciliation can trump revenge after any human conflict. Nanci Aguiar’s word-painting of her homeless guests at the South Church winter shelter … 0

Boston Marathon: Concord woman knits scarves ‘with love’

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Linda Sims of Concord won’t be at the finish line tomorrow in Boston, but she’ll wrap herself around a runner with all the love she’s got. Sims, a retired nurse, knitted a scarf and mailed it earlier this … 0

High Schools: MV baseball team looks sharp in doubleheader sweep of Manchester West

Sunday, April 20, 2014

As far as Merrimack Valley baseball Coach Sean Wheeler was concerned, yesterday’s doubleheader against Manchester West couldn’t have gone much better. “We were great in all aspects,” Wheeler said after his team swept the Blue Knights by scores … 0