BUDGET 2017

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services is the state’s largest department – and it faces some complex challenges.This department...

The city’s parking fund could be nearly $130,000 in the red by this time next year. And the Concord City Council can’t do much about that right now...

On Thursday, the side of the building was just chipped gray paint.    On Friday, the wall was a 12-by-24 explosion of color. Through a scholarship...

By shuffling dollars around in the spending plan for next year, the Concord city council hopes to soften its blow on taxpayers.When City Manager...

The meeting was almost over, but the Concord City Council had one more item to consider. It wasn’t on the agenda for April 11.“I’d like simply to...

In 2015, Concord spent $2.3 million on overtime for nearly 500 employees across all departments.In the same 12 months, the city paid more than...

Concord officials say now is the time to bite the bullet on a price increase for purple trash bags. According to the city’s proposed budget for...

When David Gill started working for the Concord Parks and Recreation Department in the 1990s, the skatehouse at White Park rented ice skates, sold...

Next stop for Concord Area Transit: more money.   For fiscal year 2017, Concord’s budget proposal would increase its annual contribution to the bus...

Concord police Chief Brad Osgood started in the city as a patrol officer 27 years ago.“In 1989, when I started on a typical day shift like today...

A woman who filed charges against her abuser. A parent whose child has been arrested for drug crimes. A person who has been robbed at gunpoint.All...

Karen Pollard moved to New Hampshire in 2003 to fill a newly created position in the city of Rochester: economic development manager. Waiting for...

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