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Event focuses on ‘positive art experiences’ for students with learning differences

Monday, September 1, 2014

Even minor adjustments can help students with learning differences have a positive experience with the arts, and the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire and VSA New Hampshire want to share ideas to make sure all students have such experiences. The two organizations are inviting parents, teachers, paraprofessionals, aides and community providers who work with children with learning differences to … 0

Letter: Ardinger must state her position on Northern Pass

Monday, September 1, 2014

Kass Ardinger, please tell voters your position on Northern Pass. Are you in favor or opposed? This is a critical issue facing our state and people have the right to know where you stand before they go to vote in the upcoming primary. Evading this issue is not acceptable. You have said: “We don’t just put up our hands and say we’re going … 2

Letter: Speak up about cancer

Monday, September 1, 2014

Many important decisions about cancer are made in the doctor’s office, but also in Congress. Government officials make decisions every day about health issues that affect your life. As a cancer victim, I know first-hand how important these decisions are to people here in New Hampshire. Cancer will kill too many people from our communities this year. Lawmakers have the power to fund … 0

Capsule outlook of the area’s high school girls’ soccer teams

Thursday, August 28, 2014

High school girls’ soccer outlook Coe-Brown Division: II Coach: Josh Hils (10th year) Last year: 12-5-2, reached semifinals Returning starters: Molly DeTrude, jr., D; Christen Gallant, jr., MF; Kaitlyn Ross, jr., D; Ariel Clachar, sr., MF/F; Sarah Curtin, sr., D; Kianna Daudelin, sr., MF/F; Ingrid Kinevich, sr., D; … 0

Coming tomorrow

Thursday, August 28, 2014

A look at the Concord High boys’ soccer team, which is coming off a semifinals appearance, as its gets ready to open its 2014 season on the road against Winnacunnet tomorrow. Plus preview capsules for the rest of the area boys’ soccer teams. … 0

A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Golf results Lucille Gage and Madeleine Minard placed first in the latest Mojalaki Ladies Fun League event. Barbara Wiggin and Nancy Guimond came in second place, with Mary Williams and Kathy Kuhn placing third. In the Men’s Fun League, Joe Marceau and Gil Lambert placed first. Craig Smith … 0

Local falcon, her handler and her vet ready to attempt a groundbreaking eye surgery

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

A falconer never wants a bad experience with their bird – no anxiety, no fear, nothing that could disrupt the crucial relationship between human and bird. But a veterinarian who needs to take X-rays and blood tests cares … 5

The Insiders: Listen to some old music without the use of a time machine

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Can you hear that? Those groovin’ sounds filling your ear canals are the very first practice of the newly formed Insiders, a classic rock band that consists of Keith on the keytar and kazoo, and Tim rocking out on the sarrusophone and trongos. And in the case that … 0

City hires new director for Concord Public Library

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Concord has hired a new library director. Todd Fabian, who is currently the library director at Woodbridge Town Library in Woodbridge, Conn., will assume his new job in Concord at the end of this month. He will succeed … 0

Above downtown streets, Concord committee is trying to make development add up

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

It all comes back to the numbers. That refrain set the tone for last night’s meeting of the upper-floor redevelopment committee, which is studying development in the upper stories of downtown Concord and Penacook. Convened this year by Mayor Jim Bouley, the committee asked property owners last night … 13

School sights, sounds mark beginning of a new year

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The new school year got under way this week in most local districts. In Concord, high school students and faculty kicked off the year by honoring a friend and colleague. In Hopkinton, faculty welcomed the town’s first full-day … 0

Concord High golf hopes for tourney return in rebuilding year

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

There’s an extra incentive to the Division I tournament for the Concord High golf team this year. It’s being played at Concord Country Club, the Crimson Tide’s home venue before this season, and a course where some of the team’s top players still hone their game. Playing the … 0

Capsule outlook of the area’s high school golf teams

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

High school golf outlook Bishop Brady Division: II Coach: Ken Gauthier (8th year) Last year: 14-6, 7th place Returning starters: Jack Bryck, sr.; Jackson Bouley, jr.; Danny Bryck, so. Top newcomer : Mary Anne Wiley, fr. Outlook: Coming off last year’s strong season, the Green Giants go into … 0