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Bridges House, the historic east Concord home that has housed civic functions for decades, is getting an addition attuned to a time of...

Pam Smith remembers her son’s 6th birthday. She was in a panic at work because she had no money for a cake, let alone a gift. That’s when a co...

Two Concord brothers achieved the rank of Eagle Scout this weekend. Colin Sheehan, 17, a rising senior at Concord High School and Ryan Sheehan, 18,...

Her wheelchair told one story, that attending the NASCAR Cup race Sunday in Loudon would have its challenges.But the jewelry 65-year-old Cathie...

Teachers pass on a love of chess

7/17/22

Last year, Barbara Cook told her fourth-grade students that once they finished their class assignments they could either read, do homework, play an...

Arlene Fleury of Pembroke, 97, continues to live on her own and even writes daily thoughts to her more than 600 followers on Facebook.She’s the...

Vintage Views: Peaceful cannons

7/16/22

When I was just a young child growing up in Concord, N.H., my thoughts were never far from the history that surrounded me. Our ancestors...

The NH Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) announced last week that it had awarded $5 million in tax credits to projects throughout NH...

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