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Concord has been home to Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tad Mosel (All the Way Home), folk and blues singer Tom Rush, and the fourteenth President Franklin Pierce. Concord was also once home to Christa McAuliffe, the teacher who died in the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster in 1986. The Christa McAuliffe Planetarium was named for her and is located in Concord. The city also has the oldest golf course in New Hampshire, the Beaver Meadow Golf Course.

Population: 40687
Local Newspapers: Concord Monitor Manchester Daily Express
Local Sports Teams: Nashua Pride (ALPBC)
Local Colleges: Franklin Pierce Law Center Hesser College

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Towns/Cities near concord, new hampshire : Penacock Contoocook Loudon Suncook

Concord News
NH originals: Mary Louise Hancock, George Twigg

Mary Louise Hancock and George Twigg III died last week. Some of their friends might be surprised that we write of them together, but the two were illustrative of what has made New Hampshire special.

In the food service industry, sexual harassment is - the norm' NEW

Veronika Schmitz has been working in the food service business for over a decade, first in West Virginia, and now, in New Hampshire. For most of her time in the industry, sexual comments, unwanted touching and unwelcome advances have been a constant.

You can buy a beer with bitcoin in Concord, but with its crazy rise in value, why would you? NEW

The newest piece of apparatus at Concord bar Area 23 draws less attention that the pool table or dartboards, but co-owner Kirk McNeil says the bitcoin machine he has tucked into a corner serves the same purpose: Attracting customers.

Concord man charged in connection with October gas station armed robbery

Police received reports last year of sexual misconduct involving several current faculty at Phillips Exeter Academy, after the preparatory school and police encouraged such reporting in the wake of... South Dakota State is an 18-point favorite over the University of New Hampshire in the FCS quarterfinals, but one thing UNH fans can feel good about ... (more)

Carman's attorney asks court to toss aunts' probate petition

Dave Altimari Hartford Courant CONCORD, N.H. - Attorneys for Nathan Carman are asking a New Hampshire probate judge to throw out a petition filed by his aunts seeking to have him declared the murderer of his grandfather, arguing that the dead man wasn't a legal resident of the state. In a 12-page response to the petition, Carman, through attorney Hubert Santos, denied any involvement in the murder of his grandfather John Chakalos.


A North Carolina county is working on the lengthy process of fixing its computer systems after declining to pay off a hacker who used ransomware to freeze dozens of local government servers. New Hampshire is the first state to officially opt out of the nationwide public safety communications system known as FirstNet.

Police investigating death of inmate at Concord treatment unit NEW

Department spokesman Jeff Lyons says corrections officers and medical responders attempted life-saving measure on 34-year-old Phillip Borcuk early Wednesday after responding to his cell, where he was alone. They believed he was hurting himself.

Executive council reschedules toll hike vote; sets hearings for Tuesday NEW

Executive councilors voted to endorse a statewide toll hike Wednesday, in a non-binding decision indicating the body's preference ahead of hearings next week. In a 3-2 vote, councilors amended the latest draft of New Hampshire's 10-year transportation plan so that it factors revenue from the proposed toll increases - despite the fact that those increases have not yet been approved by the council- according to Councilor Andru Volinsky, D-Concord.

Man whose relatives died mysteriously denies allegations

This Sept. 27, 2016 file photo shows Nathan Carman arriving in a small boat at the US Coast Guard station in Boston.

Fugitive has ties to Farmington, Dover

A man with ties to Dover and Farmington who is wanted on a bail violation is this week's New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week, according to a press release from the U.S. Marshals district office in Concord. Nicholas Lapanne, 44, is currently on bail for a pending reckless conduct charge and has "a history of assaultive behavior," the Marshals said.

Citing her mother's upbringing, Clinton espouses kindness at Big Sister Boston gala

Hillary Clinton signed books Tuesday in Concord, N.H. She later spoke at the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston's gala at the Museum of Fine Arts. Speaking to hundreds gathered in a large hall at the Museum of Fine Arts for the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston's annual gala Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton espoused kindness, citing her mother's difficult upbringing.

PHOTOS: Goodlife program offers class on making boxwood Christmas centerpieces NEW

Branches of Boxwood lie flat as students start the assembly. Cole Gardens offered the class on making Christmas centerpieces out of Boxwood.

Letter: Raise the tolls

Executive Councilor Russell Prescott is to be commended for his courage in bringing forth the toll increase. He listened to the testimony during the recent 10-Year Highway Plan public meetings and requested the Department of Transportation to prepare a proposal to address the road and bridge needs on the Turnpike System.

Clinton signs books in New Hampshire, demurs on voter fraud

Hillary Clinton smiles during her book signing at Gibson's books store in Concord, N,H., Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017. Hillary Clinton smiles during her book signing at Gibson's books store in Concord, N,H., Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017.

Man to serve 13 years for sexual assault of child in Concord NEW

A woman who suffered repeated sexual abuse as a child told her attacker in court Tuesday that his admission of guilt allowed her to feel relief for the first time after decades of pain. "I lived in a prison mentally for so long.

Announcements for Dec. 2, 2017

If you plan to visit Starry, Starry Weekend in Contoocook Village on Saturday and Sunday, bring along non-perishable food items. You can drop them off in decorated sleighs in the village and the donations will go to the local food pantry.

Boot-headed candidate can bring ponies to Clinton event

US presidential candidate "Vermin Supreme" campaigns near an American Legion post on February 8, 2016 in Manchester, New Hampshire. Vermin Supreme, who does not disclose his birth name, a local political activist and satirist who comments on the political process through surreal public stunts, has been campaigning in presidential primaries since 2004.

Clinton returns to New Hampshire for book signing

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a benefit to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum at the Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, in New York. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a benefit to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum at the Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, in New York.

You know what Concord needs? A gigantic vat of bacteria to eat its sewage. NEW

Wastewater Treatment Superintendent Dan Driscoll stands in front of a primary clarifier at the Hall Street Wastewater Treatment Plant in Concord on Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017. Bubbles cover the surface of an aeration tank at the Hall Street Wastewater Treatment Plant in Concord on Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017.

Books, not votes, bringing Clinton back to New Hampshire NEW

Hillary Clinton is returning to New Hampshire for the first time in over a year, but this time she's selling books rather than trying to win over voters. The former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee will be at Gibson's Bookstore in downtown Concord Tuesday, signing copies of "What Happened," her book about her unsuccessful run for the White House last year.

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