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The Capital City may soon have one of the more unique solar ordinances in the state.After months of talk, revision and a lengthy public hearing...

The second downtown Concord sign visible from the interstate has run into some roadblocks.Tom Balon, the landlord for the Concord Antiques Gallery,...

If you’re looking for hardwood floors made from Brazilian cherry, a brand-new stove or a government-made generator, you might want to head to the...

Concord’s teachers’ union isn’t ready to say goodbye to any of the district’s special education coordinators without a fight.District...

The lobster outside Christa McAuliffe School was about the size of a car, with unwieldy claws and prominent googly eyes.It was also made of metal...

He called himself Ace, and he came looking for young vulnerable girls that he could sell for sex.He rode into Haverhill, Mass., in a shiny black...

The public will have two chances to speak on the Concord School District’s $85.3 million budget this week.The meetings will be Monday at 7 p.m. at...

Ashley Jones had trouble saying it.In fact, she wasn’t even quite sure what to say.She had been a cheerleader in high school, back about 15 years...

It was the end of the Concord City Council’s monthly meeting in July, and councilors had cleared through all of the items on the agenda.But the...

Graeme Crowther, once an executive team leader at Target, lost his mobility after a car crash more than 10 years ago.His passion for life, however,...

For years, Guy Woodland has struggled to feel equal to his fellow citizens.Originally from Canada, Woodland, a legally blind Ward 7 resident, has...

The city of Concord remains a male-dominated group when it comes to its highest-paid employees.None of the top 25 earners on the city payroll for...

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