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Byline: By CASSIDY JENSEN

After nearly a week of deliberations and the departure of multiple jurors, a judge has granted the defense’s motion for a mistrial in the murder...

William Barton of Elm Street and incumbent Councilor Brent Todd are facing off to represent Ward 1 this fall, giving residents a choice between an...

In the race to fill the city council seat left by outgoing Councilor Rob Werner this November, Ward 5 will have a choice between former At-Large...

A new cable company might be coming to Concord. Concord residents and councilors will hear from Atlantic Broadband on Monday at 5:30p.m. on how the...

Seniors at Concord High School are asking the school to restore privileges that have traditionally allowed fourth-year students to leave campus...

As early as October, evacuated Afghans could begin arriving in Concord to make the area their new home.Ascentria Care Alliance in Concord is...

Concord City Councilors will consider changing the name of Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the city’s Code of Ordinances after a heated...

A higher price tag than expected for asbestos removal will add to the city’s investment into the downtown building formerly used by the New...

The woman calling herself Zelda wears pink eyeshadow and doesn’t want to be living in the tent in the woods along the Merrimack River. If she had...

How 9/11 changed the NH National Guard

9/9/21

Twenty years ago, retired Maj. Gen. John Blair was on a morning conference call with Governor Jeanne Shaheen when the Department of Transportation...

With a few days left in the filing period for Concord municipal elections this November, Mayor Jim Bouley is facing a new challenger while council...

Concord Police are investigating a two-vehicle accident in the city’s downtown Tuesday that took out a traffic light, left one car on its side and...

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