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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
Women taking their right to go topless to state's high court

In this Aug. 26, 2017 photo, women go topless as they participate in the Free the Nipple global movement during Go Topless Day at Hampton Beach, N.H. The state Supreme Court is expected to hear a case as early as January 2018 that could settle the debate over whether women should be allowed to go topless in New Hampshire. The case pertains to three women who were ticketed over the 2016 Memorial Day weekend after they went topless at Weirs Beach in Laconia.

Nashua police arrest six on drug-related charges in Granite Shield operation

Two weeks before a Concord woman reported that her dog had been stolen during an assault, police say she and her husband had grabbed the very same dog from relatives in Manchester who claim that Jax... After a weekend of denials, the Patriots have spent this week answering questions on how they deal with distractions.

Police: Dog custody fight led to felony

Christopher McCall of Concord was arraigned Thursday in Hillsborough County Superior in Manchester on charges stemming from a family dispute over a dog.

Efforts underway to provide N.H. crime victims with constitutional rights NEW

A New Hampshire judge cannot proceed with a hearing if the criminal defendant was not notified of the date, time and location as required by law. Similarly, a case would not proceed if a defendant was not notified of his or her right to an attorney, and had not had the opportunity to confer with legal counsel prior to appearing in court.

Democratic rep. calls firearms bill 'most bizarre of year'

CONCORD - A bill that would strike down local laws that attempt to regulate firearms was in the crosshairs Wednesday at the New Hampshire Statehouse. Supporters of the measure cited an existing New Hampshire law, RSA 159:26, which gives the state exclusive power over regulating firearms.

Concord city council nixes Main Street balcony application NEW

A Concord developer is debating whether to move forward with a Main Street apartment project after the city council denied an application to install a balcony hanging over the city's right of way. The council's decision, made Monday night during their regular meeting, ended months of waiting for developer siblings Remi and Dora Hinxhia.

Letter: A piece of history

I couldn't agree more with Jonathan Harris and his view of the Employment Security building on South Main Street . He suggests that preserving the facade would allow the city to retain some of its architectural history.

Roundabouts are increasingly common in N.H., but you have to use them right NEW

The creation of yet another roundabout in Concord - the city's fourth with two more being considered, has once again raised the question of whether we have learned to maneuver our cars through these circuitous intersections. "I think people are still confused about what they're supposed to do," said Doreen McDonald, who lives on Oak Hill in East Concord and wonders how well people understand the new roundabout near Exit 16. The creation of yet another roundabout in Concord has led to confusion over the circuitous intersections, according to a resident near the new roundabout near Exit 16. "People come to the foot of Shawmut and they stop - they just stop.

New Hampshire House gives initial OK to marijuana bill

The New Hampshire House listens to a bill about legalizing recreational use of marijuana on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, in Concord, N.H. The House voted to send the bill to its Ways and Means Committee. If enacted, it would allow adults to possess up to an ounce of marijuana and to cultivate it in limited quantities.

Vermin Supreme Wins Legal Struggle to Include Two Ponies in His...

On December 1, 2017, Vermin Supreme, who describes himself as "a political activist who has run for various elected offices since the 1980's including President of the United States" filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Concord, New Hampshire. He wanted to bring two ponies to his demonstration outside a bookstore at which Hillary Clinton was signing copies of her book "What Happened."

Paid family leave measure finally comes to a vote in NH House today

A years-long effort to bring a paid medical and family leave benefit to New Hampshire workers finally comes to a vote in the House of Representatives today, and state Rep. Mary Gile, D-Concord, is cautiously optimistic.

Our Turn: Bipartisan compromise needed on energy efficiency NEW

Over the past couple of weeks, thousands across New Hampshire struggled to heat their homes and small businesses. From the senior on a fixed income of Social Security in Lancaster, to the small business owner in Henniker, to the family in manufactured housing in East Concord, affording energy is often an ongoing battle, especially in the deep winter.

Former WMUR anchor McElveen decides against congressional bid NEW

After considering a bid for Congress, former WMUR political director Josh McElveen says he's passing on running for the Republican nomination in New Hampshire's Second District. "The reason I'm not running this cycle is for purely personal reasons," McElveen told the Monitor on Monday.

Concord police looking for suspect in stabbing NEW

Concord police are investigating a reported stabbing that is believed to have occurred within a vehicle in the city's north end. Police responded to multiple reports of an injured man in the area of Boutin and North State Streets around 12:16 p.m., according to Concord police Lt.

2018 Country Artist to Watch Kalie Shorr To Release Highly Anticipated EP 'Awake'

Crowned by many as the one to watch in 2018, CMT Next Women of Country artist Kalie Shorr is set to release Awake on January 26. The highly-anticipated project features seven songs that truly showcase Shorr's ability, passion and energy she injects into her music. Awake will be available for pre-sale on iTunes January 15 while the project's first single "Two Hands" continues to be featured on SiriusXM The Highway's "On The Horizon," Radio Disney Country, TuneIn Country Roads and on prominent Apple Music playlists Breaking Country and Cool Country.

Letter: Parking ban confusion

I'd like to respond to Rick Blodgett's letter concerning tows and tickets during winter parking bans. Blodgett argues that, during a storm, "it doesn't take much real intelligence" to know that cars should be off-street; he adds that "anyone who leaves their car on-street, day or night, should be towed."

Powerball ticket sold in NH hits $570 million jackpot

It's been a billion-dollar lottery weekend after a lone Powerball ticket sold in New Hampshire matched all six numbers and will claim a $570 million jackpot, one day after another single ticket sold in Florida nabbed a $450 million Mega Millions grand prize. The New Hampshire Lottery says the winning Powerball ticket was sold at a local convenience store in Merrimack, called Reeds Ferry Market.

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