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I notice how Mr. Owers doesn’t respond to any of the specific issues about the Conservation Commission in his recent Letter to the Editor (Monitor,...

I have been a Concord resident for forty four years. I have seen a lot of changes to the city, many, such as our growing homeless population, are...

Last Sunday, I was in line at the Fort Eddy Market Basket. I realized I could save money if I purchased my items elsewhere, so I put back five. I...

In 2017, two young New Americans spoke at my church asking us to sign a petition to city council for lighting at Keach Park which would allow...

Thursday morning I drove past a homeless encampment on Constitution Ave. in Concord and witnessed the NH State Police vacating its inhabitants. The...

Any conversation about solutions for the homelessness crisis that do not begin and end with housing is fruitless. A lack of housing has exacerbated...

When it comes to controlling wildlife, quite often we solve one problem only to create another. Such is the case with second-generation...

Methane pollution from the oil and gas sector is accelerating the pace of climate change and harming the health of our families and communities...

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